Even though Mike McLean was on the run, he couldn't keep his nose out
of other people's troubles. To begin with he was dodging a posse; but,
between the gang in Robbers' Roost and the land-grabbing Eastern
syndicate in his hideout country, he wa also ramrodding a red-hot range
Add to that a drunken tinhorn friend and getting too cozy with
another feller's gal, and Mike had more trouble than he knew what to do
Mad Morgan's Hoard
By Philip Ketchum
Mad Morgan was the meanest, stubbornest, most ornery cuss in all of
Rio Moreno. His granddaughter was a double-dealing, ambitious hellion
who always got her own way. Even his dog held grudges.
And the Morgans were drawing in gunhands, bounty hunters, and general
riffraff. It might have something to do with the $50,000 Mad Morgan was
supposed to know the whereabouts of - only he wasn't saying, even if it
Brad Collier was there to see that it didn't.
TheKetchum side has crinkles, a rather large sticker scar, and
tearing along bottom edge (taped from within. Spine is also taped. Looks
like there was at least one split corner. Pages are white. Binding is
flexible but intact.
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