Western Writers of America member Frederic Bean continues to be a big gun with his latest adventure of fortunes and fortune hunters. Ranch foreman Hob Shedd finds a dead man hanging from a tree--with instructions about how to locate a hidden fortune across the Rio Grande tucked away in the corpse's boot.
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