He had almost made it! Just one more dark alley to go, and then freedom. Suddenly a figure came out of a side street, recognized him, and started yelling.
Stobie threw a fist into Dale Edwards, jumped on his horse, and hoped he could make it out of town before anyone could follow him. But he wasn't going to go too far.
In a few hours' time, Nick Catron had framed Stobie with a killing, turned the town and his old friends into a lynch mob. The former shotgun guard had no idea why, but you could bet he was going to stick around and find out!
Ride Of Fury
By Tim Kelly
It was known as Miller's Massacre: two dead, two carried off by Apaches, and one survivor. Now the boy had grown to manhood, never having lost the conviction that his sisters could be found.
Cos Fury was hired for the job. A man who had fought and loved the desert all his life, the Apaches had taken something from him too - an auburn-haired girl he had loved. In her picture in his locket, Ann Miller had auburn hair too.
So Fury rode against the heat of the desert, against the violence of the Apache, against all odds.
First printing for both novels. Covers are clean and bright with no creasing or wear. One faint crease in the middle of the spine. Pages are brown. Binding is tight and square.
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