By Louis L'Amour
They attempted to inform him that his father had killed himself, yet Kearney McRaven knew greater. it doesn't matter what lifestyles had dealt him, his father could move down struggling with. And as he delved deeper into the secret, he realized that previous to his father died, the elder McRaven had skilled a impressive run of good fortune: he’d received approximately 10000 money and the deed to a farm animals ranch.
Not but eighteen, Kearney was firm adequate to trace down his father’s assassin and declare what was once rightfully his. Now, each step of ways via a shadowy determine, Kearney needs to remedy the secret of his father’s hidden past—a previous that hid a cold-blooded killer who might cease at not anything to maintain a chilling mystery.
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If it came on to snow before I got off the mountain—and there could be heavy snows up yonder—I’d be in trouble. If a man got snowed in up there at this time of year, he might never get off. It was slide country and all the trails in or out were subject to snowslides. The year had been an open one with little snow. Cold as it was, the grass was good, cured on the stem, and the cattle had done well. I’d kept alert, ready to move them fast if need be, and there were some valleys close by that offered shelter.
He didn’t like it, but he could see my thumb was holdin’ back the hammer, and if I was so much as nudged that gun would tear a hole in him big enough to drive a Conestoga wagon through. Backing to the door, I stepped into the street, pulled the slipknot on the tie rope, and stepped into the saddle. That roan was tired. He was plumb beat, but he sensed I was in trouble an’ he taken out of there like a scared rabbit. There was a road into town and there was a road out of town, and it stood to reason I had to take one or the other, so I took neither.
It just left me an’ pa, an’ we’d gone from one cow camp or minin’ camp to another. Now pa was dead an’ I was alone. Pa wasn’t much account, I guess, as men went, but he was pa, and a kindly man most of the time. We’d never had much to say to one another but hello or good-bye or how much money was I holdin’? Nonetheless, he was pa an’ I loved him, although that was a word we’d have been shamed to use. Pistol, he was my half brother, ten year older’n me, an’ he’d taken off a long time back, six or seven years back.
The Proving Trail by Louis L'Amour