Dick Curtis promised old Jerry Singleton that he would look after the
old man's daughter, and her interest in the Pincers spread. He found he
had bitten off more than he could chaw, for redheaded Melicent
Singleton had some ideas of her own. One was that she didn't need any
cowboy to give her advice on her own ranch.
Once the news was out that a stubborn tenderfoot was just waiting to
be fleeced, the buzzards started to flock. Sooner or later things were
bound to get rough, but even Dick hadn't expected murder!
Someone robbed the bank, someone who was a killer. And all the evidence pointed straight at Dick Curtis.
The Man From Barranca Negra
By Ray Hogan
What with a raging snowstorm and his horse lost over a cliff, Ben
Jordan was desperately in need of shelter. When he spotted a cabin
through the blizzard, he was in no position to be choosy. But his
troubles didn't end at the shack's door - they were just beginning.
Inside the cabin was a dying man whose last wish Ben could not bring
himself to refuse. He had to deliver $20,000 in cash to the stranger's
widow, while a band of ruthless outlaws, who would stop at nothing to
get their hands on the money, were dogging his trail.
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