Sam Benson had lost his inheritance when twelve thousand in gold had been allowed to slip through his fingers. But he'd never regarded that bit of clumsiness as anything but unfinished business. Now he'd returned to the scene of his folly with a quick gun and a purpose: to find out what really happened on that fateful day.
By Giles A. Lutz
"Set an outlaw to catch an outlaw," was the principle on which Dan Eakin based his manhunt. To make it real, he took the part of a wanted gunman himself, with only one friend in the know, the man who was to pretend to be a lawman on his trail.
But the game became too dangerous to stay under control; particularly with his quarry, the real killer, tangling the play. If Dan didn't watch out, there's be a real noose waiting for his neck and a real lawman siding with his enemy!
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