Johnny Delaney - sometimes referred to as "the orphan" because he was a maverick without family or home spread - looked like a harmless youngster. But in Mesquite Junction, men soon learned that the salty youth feared no one, including the town marshal, and that men who tried to fight him with fists came out even worse than those who matched him in a shoot-out. A host of colorful characters enliven this exciting tale of the rambunctious West.
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