By Louis L'Amour
Whilst Gaylord Riley walked clear of the Coburn gang, he had funds and a dream. He labored tough and outfitted a cabin, collected a herd of livestock, and fell in love with Marie Shattuck.
But whilst he's faced with fake accusations of rustling and homicide, Riley is compelled to safeguard his new law-abiding lifestyle. Outnumbered and dealing with a lynching occasion, Riley is shocked whilst his previous buddies go back to lend him a hand. yet how can they assist him and maintain themselves out of penal complex? With the neighborhood marshal already suspicious of Riley, the Coburn gang should plan good and movement quick. yet that shouldn’t be an issue. Their popularity used to be equipped by means of doing simply that.
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Kehoe brushed the ash from his cigarette. ” “Him? ” Weaver was angry, but curious, for Kehoe was no fool. He was cannier than most, when it came to that. ” “Watch him. Nobody makes a move that he doesn't see, and he never gets that right hand tangled up. When he takes hold of anything it's always with his left. ” Grudgingly, Weaver accepted him. Parrish sometimes rode beside him, but it was only to Colburn or Kehoe that he talked. When they crossed the border to spend what they had taken, Riley bought drinks but did not drink, and he spent little.
Jim Colburn knew of this place, and could find his way here if he was in any condition to do so, and he would use his head about making himself known. Riley was thinking now about Cruz. He found himself liking the lean, whiplike Mexican. The man missed very little, and he was a good worker. He was altogether a different kind of a man from Darby Lewis, who had ridden to Moab for the cattle. Lewis was a casual, lackadaisical sort, an efficient cowhand, but the sort who would one day draw his time and ride into town, simply because he had enough money saved, or was tired of working.
The problem of the vanished people intrigued him, but there was little time for his mind to dwell long on such things. Among the whiteface cattle that had been driven down from Moab were a few good ones, but most of them were no better than average. The bull was old, but showed evidences of good breeding. They kept the cattle close herded on the mesa close by, letting them get acquainted with their new home and the route to a seep in nearby Dark Canyon. During the first week they killed two mountain lions, one of them while it was engrossed in feeding on a young deer.
Dark Canyon by Louis L'Amour