An authentic, cleverly plotted Western by the author of Devil's Wind. Big name gunfighter and secret cavalry agent Able Gate is laying low in Montana, under cover as a mild-manner artist. swears revenge against Able over his brother's death, Gate is forced to trade his brushes for a six-gun and face McClain in a showdown.
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