"A hundred rifles make a powerful and ungodly noise to a man caught in the blazing center of an ambush - especially when an angry renegade Indian is behind each barking gun. Tough Rick Lindquist wasn't afraid to die, but he'd just as soon avoid it if he could. Suddenly the idea of death seemed much more real - as real as the canyon walls, the vengeance-hungry tribe he faced, and the beautiful savage woman who stood behind them..."
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