TuckerLarge Print - 1971
His father always said that he hung with the wrong crowd. . . that he was a boy headed for trouble. Now with his father's leg broken and a horse carrying twenty grand run off by outlaws, Shell Tucker had something to prove. That money belonged not just to his family, but to the neighbors who trusted the Tuckers with all they had. Shell would get that money back, but he would need help. That help came in the person of Con Judy. Con would show Tucker that there are better ways to win a battle than with gunfire. Yet, if a gunfight was called for, you wouldn't find a better partner than Con. Together they would track down the thieves. Shell Tucker would go off on this journey a boy. He would come back a man -- or not at all.
Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., c1971
Edition: Center point large print ed
Branch Call Number: LPF LAM NVD
Characteristics: 238 p. (large print) ; 23 cm