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By: "Johnston, Joan"
Seller ID: 9781551669137
After inheriting her uncle's ranch, Harriet Alistair moved west to Montana to build a new life for herself. She was convinced that even though there would be obstacles -- in particular the age-old feud between the Alistairs and the Hazards -- she's ready for the chance to prove herself to the world.From his neighboring ranch, Nathan Hazard counts the minutes until desperation drives the stubborn and beautiful female off his land, but he soon starts to realize that putting an end to the feud may mean a new beginning...for both of them. View more info
Seller ID: 9780373184910
A new life, a second chance Inheriting a practically derelict sheep ranch in Montana wouldn't be considered a windfall for most people. But for Harriet Allistair, it was perfect. The exact challenge to prove to her family and herself that she wasn't a failure, that she could be someone. And she didn't need help, particularly from Nathan Hazard. He might be charming and handsome and a successful sheep rancher in his own right, but Harriet didn't trust his motives. Yet facing the house falling apart, the business in bankruptcy, the land and animals needing attention and her own heart bet... View more info
By: "Katz, Jon"
Publisher: Random House Trade Paperbacks:
Seller ID: 9780812972504
"Dogs are blameless, devoid of calculation, neither blessed nor cursed with human motives. They can't really be held responsible for what they do. But we can."-from "The Dogs of Bedlam Farm" When Jon Katz adopted a border collie named Orson, his whole world changed. Gone were the two yellow Labs he wrote about in "A Dog Year, " as was the mountaintop cabin they loved. Katz moved into an old farmhouse on forty-two acres of pasture and woods with a menagerie: a ram named Nesbitt, fifteen ewes, a lonely donkey named Carol, a baby donkey named Fanny, and three border collies. Training ... View more info
Publisher: "Danville, IL", The Interstate Printers & Publishers: 1962
Seller ID: 7-6T042
"Tight, bright, clean and square. Age tanning to spine. Owner's name inside front cover. No other markings. Light age soil to exterior page edges. Softened spine bottom. No dust jacket. 392 indexed, thoroughly illustrated pages. Sections with check list and breed association lists for: Beef Cattle; Sheep; Dairy Cattle; Swine; and, Stock Horses (Quarter Horse, Palomino and Appaloosa)." View more info
Publisher: NY, c1898
Seller ID: 1NT012
Condition: NEAR FINE/ Very Good-
"Book as new except for slight softening of spine ends. Red cloth with black titles and silver embellishments. Dust jacket in very good condition except for shelfwear to top and bottom edges. ""Many a long year had passed since the famous Shepherd's Trophy had been won by one of the renowned Gray dogs of Kenmuir. And now here was the puppy, Bob, Son of Battle, beginning to show signs of promise in the effortless way he seemed to gain the sheep's confidence and handle them like an old master..."" 306 pages with black and white drawings." View more info
By: "Swann, Leonie"
Edition: LARGE PRINT
Seller ID: 0DH002
Condition: VERY GOOD/ Very Good
"Book is as new except for slight corner bump. DJ is clean, shiny and intact but has wear to spine ends. ""In the Irish hamlet of Glennkill, a herd of sheep wander out to the pasture one morning to find their shepherd pinned to the ground with a spade through his chest. George may not have been the best shepherd in the world but he was kind and often read detective novels to them in the evening. Now the flock won't rest until they find out who killed him...""" View more info
By: "Swann, Leonie"
Publisher: Broadway Books:
Seller ID: 9780767927055
A witty philosophical murder mystery with a charming twist: the crack detectives are sheep determined to discover who killed their beloved shepherd. On a hillside near the cozy Irish village of Glennkill, the members of the flock gather around their shepherd, George, whose body lies pinned to the ground with a spade. George has cared for the sheep, reading them a plethora of books every night. The daily exposure to literature has made them far savvier about the workings of the human mind than your average sheep. Led by Miss Maple, the smartest sheep in Glennkill (and possibly the world), t... View more info
Publisher: "Hickory, PA", 1971 (approx.)
Seller ID: 85M004
Condition: VERY GOOD
"Tight, bright, clean, square. Slight corner crease and some foxing. 20 pages (5.25x7""). History of the Breed; Dorsets in America; Polled Dorsets in America; Description of the Breed; Cross-Breeding with Dorsets; Rules & Regulations: Scale of points. Illustrated with many black & white pictures. Also include a 1971 list of Active Members in the US & Canada." View more info