Desperados enforce their own brand of justice in this novel in the USA Today bestselling Ralph Compton series.
Bandit Gus McCord may have only one good eye, but his partner Doyle Hill has the nose for sniffing out a golden opportunity. And that’s just what he does when he discovers a black case guarded by the mysterious Mister Mason. But instead of a fortune, Gus and Doyle uncover scraps of fancy cloth smeared in blood. They belong to Abigail Swann, the youngest daughter of a wealthy shipping mogul. And it turns out Mason is an accomplice in a high stakes kidnapping.
But even Gus and Doyle can't just stand by while a girl is in danger. So they're about to give the kidnappers a run for their money—and their lives…
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