Matt Starr had hired out to guide the wagon train west or one reason
only - to get Linzy Bishop, the man who had murdered his father and
brother. Linzy knew it, and had made his own plans for Matt. He had his
men set up ahead of the wagons' route with orders to pick off Starr the
first chance they got.
When Matt reached the Bozeman Trail with the gold fields of Montana
at its other end, he knew he was on the trail which would finally lead
to a meeting with his nemesis. But now there were two foes: Linzy Bishop
and the Indians. He had never seen so many Sioux in one place before,
and he reckoned they had no intention of letting his wagon train through
By Rod Patterson
Chance Connery was through taking the chance that had earned him his
nickname. So, when an uncle he hardly knew left him a ranch smack in the
middle of a bunch of trouble, Connery vowed to stay there only long
enough to sell out.
He didn't care that the neighboring Sultana crew was terrorizing the
neighborhood; he didn't give a hoot that his own ranch hands thought he
was a coward. Everyone figured that the little guy who toted no gun was
not worth reckoning with.
They were right - until the Sultana riders shot down a sheriff and
until on eof Connery's own men had his face blasted open. Then Chance
picked up the dead boy's Colts and headed for the Sultana with blood in
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