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Lewis Byford Patten (January 13, 1915 – May 22, 1981) was a prolific author of American Western novels, born and died in Denver, Colorado. A Death in Indian Wells (1970). Red Runs the River (1970). Six Ways of Dying (1970). Showdown at Mesilla (1971). He often published under the names Lewis Ford, Lee Leighton and Joseph Wayne. He used the last two names when writing in collaboration with Wayne D. Overholser. Massacre at White River (1952). Gunmen's Grass (1954) (writing as Lewis Ford).
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Rifles of Revenge - Red Runs the River. In two western novels in one, a hardworking cattleman struggles to protect his ranch while facing down the territory's deadliest gunman, and a tiny band of army scouts must face down both hostile Cheyenne and three traitors. Patten (page 5). ISBN 9780816136247 (978-0-8161-3624-7) Hardcover, .
Death of a Gunfighter" Walt Street is on a stagecoach bound for Escalante, Colorado, where he hopes to reunite with his wife after two years of living without violence at her request
Death of a Gunfighter" Walt Street is on a stagecoach bound for Escalante, Colorado, where he hopes to reunite with his wife after two years of living without violence at her request. But when fellow passenger Ben Rawlins recognizes him as a man with a bounty on his head, a struggle ensues and Rawlins ends up dead. Walt switches identities and all is well until he finds out that Rawlins has inherited a small ranch that the neighboring Gunhammer Ranch wants.
The Adventures of Jim Bowie (1958) (Big Little Book). Ride the Red Trail: A Western Trio (2001). Guns of Vengeance: A Western Duo (2003). Tomahawk (1958) (writing as Lee Leighton with Wayne D. Overholser). The Man Who Rode Alone (1959).