BROKEN LANCE – Frank Gruber, 1976 PB

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Broken Lance by Frank  Gruber. From the First Printing by Signet / New American Library in 1976.

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From the Book Back
Hellbent on revenge. That was John Leach, a man who rode across the West of the 1870’s, relentlessly tracking the desperadoes who had gunned down his sweetheart. The chase began in Chicago, where he caught the first killer. It led to Fort Lincoln, Nebraska, where he enlisted in the 7th Cavalry, biding his time, fighting the Indians, and finding a new love. But Leach was determined to go on until he found those he’d sworn to kill. And he met them at last, in the midst of a deadly massacre that threatened to wipe out his entire regiment—Broken Lance.

Publishing Info
Broken Lance by Frank  Gruber. From the First Printing by Signet / New American Library in 1976. This paperback book measures 7″ x 4-1/8″ and has 156 pages inked in yellow on three sides.

See scan above. In good condition for age with creases on the covers, one reading crease near the back, and pages that are toning from age and show storage on some of pages. Last name at top of first page, and possible remainder marks on spine and bottom of page edges. From clean, smoke-free home.

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