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Tap Duvarney lost his innocence in the War Between the States and then put his skills to the test as a soldier in the frontier army. Now he has settled on the Texas coast, working a ranch as the partner of his old friend Tom Kittery - and finding himself in the middle of a feud between Kittery and the neighboring Munson family. Around Matagorda Island, most people are either backing the Munsons or remaining silent. But the danger from outside Kittery's camp is nothing compared to the threat within, as Duvarney begins to suspect that Kittery's woman isn't everything she appears to be. Now Tap is discovering that he must go to war again. But will it be with the Munsons - or with his closest friend?
©2017 Louis L'Amour (P)2017 Random House Audio
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By jb on 01-21-17

Fantastic story. Riveting.

This is just my second Louis L'Amour book. Truly entertaining listen. Great story, setting, characters. Highly recommended.

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By Rebecca Louthan on 05-15-17

Wonderful depictions of gulf coast Texas

Thos story is of love of the country and sea for cattle driving and fighting in the south. wonderful depictions on land and seas how men and women would struggle ag assinst the elements to get the job done and fight for their right to do so.

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