For the first time in paperback comes two of Overholser's prime examples of his unique take on the Western novel. In the title novel, when Dan Larsen learns his father may have stashed stolen loot on a ranch he once owned, Dan aims to fight for the ranch now claimed by a lawman. In "High Valley", Joe Talbot works on a ranch in the Big Bear Mountains where the owner mysteriously dies. Now Joe is under attack by outlaws in the valley.
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