Rem McAllister, toughest living legend of the Old West, was caught.
Caught between his loyalty to the Indians and his loyalty to the Army. He found himself walking a tightrope
-and if he fell, death was waiting below on both sides...
Another gunsmoke-filled Rem McAllister adventure
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