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When Miguel Merrano first came to Mirror Valley, the land was green and lush...and off limits to Mexicans. Ranchers such as Tom Drake and Joe Stangle tried to drive Merrano out, to fence him out; and when he warned them that greed and overgrazing would ruin their land, they refused to listen.

Now Merrano's predictions have come true. Mirror Valley is so dry it's about to blow away. The cattle are hollow-ribbed and dying. And the ranchers are broke . . . flat broke. Only Merrano's ranch is still thriving. As the ranchers watch him pay for goods in gold and sell his cattle at a mighty profit, their hatred grows and festers . . . until they draw their guns in a desperate act that will pit daughter against father, friend against friend - an act that could tear the valley apart forever.

©2003 Louis L'Amour (P)2008 Random House Audio

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Great book

Very easy read great audio for the first timer, I enjoyed how the families were transformed some from bad to ugly others from bad to humbled I also really enjoyed the authors knowledge and the Mexican work ethnic & wisdom !

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Realistic Western

This story incorporates the classic range war story with the not often mentioned displacement and unwelcome of the native Mexicans in New Mexico. I enjoyed the story it was more realistic than others I have heard or read.