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Old 12-16-2012, 12:28 AM   #26
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They Rode Good Horses [Kindle Edition] D. B. Jackson (Author)

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THEY RODE GOOD HORSES is the 2012 winner of the Will Rogers Medallion Award for Western fiction.

It's the epic story of Brady McCall and Franklin T. Stilwell, aged 10 and 15, who witness their families die in a brutal attack. Orphaned and alone halfway across the American frontier, they face the harsh reality that their own ordeal has just begun and their very survival is at stake. With no time for mourning, and only their horses to provide them a lifeline, the boys embark upon an adventure that takes them on a journey that spans half a century.

As old men, they reflect back on a friendship forged in blood and tempered in honor, and they plan one more grand crusade before they are willing to go quietly into a life where only memories define who they are.
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