Boston & Toronto: Little, Brown & Co., 1964. x,305pp. Index. Illustrations by Tome Lea & Ben Carleton Mead. Notes. Photographs. First edition, eighth printing. With an inscription by Ben Carlton Mead: “My drawing of Jack Potter on page 253 was one of memorable occasions (of many) in my life time.” He adds that one time Mead: “…got me dead drunk on pure foolery.” Externally, a fine copy. Internally, small ink ownership signature. The spine of the dust jacket shows some fading and rubbing with general light wear, in all, very good-. Reese, Six Score 31: “The last book written by Dobie before his death, this volume is pure cow country, with sketches of Ike Pryor, Ab Blocker, Shanghai Pierce, and many other lesser known cattlemen.” Dobie & Dykes, 44&44 (Dykes 55): “This is one of Frank’s best books—the character sketches of Ike Pryor, Ab Blocker, Shanghai Pierce, Charles Goodnight et al are true to the range life of a day just past. In addition, there are many delightful yarns of cow people that never hit print before—little gems.” Adams, Six-Guns 601: “Contains some information on Billy the Kid and Henry Brown.” Dobie, because he was one of them, was at his best writing about men of the range. A great read.