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Old-school writer J.P.S. Brown learns new tricks with his latest book, 'The Spirit of Dogie Long'

I first read the cowboy-writer J.P.S. Brown's "Dogie Long" story when it ran as serial fiction in Western Horseman magazine several years ago. I thought, "Hey, this is good reading." Then the Horseman was sold, and the new buyer ditched fiction entirely…

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