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The Hash Knife Outfit Hardcover – 1961


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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 323 pages
  • Publisher: Walter J. Black (1961)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0007HVR08
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.3 x 1.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,889,963 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Charles Wheeler on March 1, 2012
Format: Hardcover
Before you read this book I suggest you read The Drift Fence first. You don't have to, as they are independent enough stories to stand alone, but for the full effect and enjoyment they need to be read in order. In this story, Jim Traft's sister, Glorianna, arrives to visit her still tenderfoot brother, but there is trouble on the range as the Hash Knife Outfit is rustling cattle and terrorizing the Basin. As Glorianna is seeking adventure and excitement, she fully expects and wants to meet a "real desperado". When she does, she regrets her wish and becomes captive of the outfit. Her resolve and her growth as she faces this ordeal makes the book. There are enough fist fights and blazing guns to make this a "real" western--a Zane Grey western. And they are the best!
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Format: Hardcover
Before you read this book I suggest you read The Drift Fence first. You don't have to, as they are independent enough stories to stand alone, but for the full effect and enjoyment they need to be read in order. In this story, Jim Traft's sister, Glorianna, arrives to visit her still tenderfoot brother, but there is trouble on the range as the Hash Knife Outfit is rustling cattle and terrorizing the Basin. As Glorianna is seeking adventure and excitement, she fully expects and wants to meet a "real desperado". When she does, she regrets her wish and becomes captive of the outfit. Her resolve and her growth as she faces this ordeal makes the book. There are enough fist fights and blazing guns to make this a "real" western--a Zane Grey western. And they are the best! My title comes from the title used when this novel was serialized in Collier's Magazine in 1929. And I say, if you can buy a 1st edition Harpers for 5 bucks that is in good conditon, buy it.
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Format: Hardcover
Before you read this book I suggest you read The Drift Fence first. You don't have to, as they are independent enough stories to stand alone, but for the full effect and enjoyment they need to be read in order. In this story, Jim Traft's sister, Glorianna, arrives to visit her still tenderfoot brother, but there is trouble on the range as the Hash Knife Outfit is rustling cattle and terrorizing the Basin. As Glorianna is seeking adventure and excitement, she fully expects and wants to meet a "real desperado". When she does, she regrets her wish and becomes captive of the outfit. Her resolve and her growth as she faces this ordeal makes the book. There are enough fist fights and blazing guns to make this a "real" western--a Zane Grey western. And they are the best! And a Walter J Black edition will stand up to repeated readings with no problem.
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Format: Paperback
I just finished reading the third printing (1976) of this 1933 Western.
I've been reading Westerns since I was ten years old (Red Ryder in the small, thick books for example) and got this book from a relative's estate. I had forgotten why I didn't like Zane Grey's writing, but quickly remembered he wrote in dialect or whatever it's called: daid, cain't, thet, gawd, are examples.
That's my only negative response to this story, and the fact it was more about man-woman relationship than an action-type Western.
But it was a good story, good characters, and enough action to make it a pleasant read. With a typically good ending that matched the Western genre of the time!
Norm
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