Zane Grey THE LAST TRAIL (Pocket Book) 1943
THE LAST TRAIL. Zane Grey, Triangle Books, New York, 1943.
A vivid chronicle of frontier days along the Ohio, when a cocked rifle and a soft step were the surest ways to long life. An Easterner and his dark-eyed daughter had lost their way in the shades of the forest. They had failed to reach Fort Henry as night fell. Their guide had deserted them. Hostile natives and border desperadoes might lurk behind the trees. Then a figure of a man in fringed buckskins stepped noiselessly into the light of their campfire. He was Jonathan Zane, the most celebrated scout on the border.
Light brown cloth with dark brown over spine title. Secure binding with clean pages, one corner tip lightly bumped and some rub/fading to cover. Jacket has worming to spine head/tail/extremities. Pocket Book edition. About 7-1/2 x 5 with 300 pp.