Tippette is one of today's freshest Western storytellers--and the author of the tie-in novelization of the motion picture Tombstone. Here he tells the story of horseman Warner Grayson, who becomes engaged to his partner, Laura Pico, and gets a job with rancher Justa Williams, one of Tippette's most memorable characters.
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