The Tenderfoot Trail
In this Ralph Compton western, even the most rugged trailsman has to watch his steps...
It’s called the Whoop-Up Trail. It’s a two hundred mile stretch of rough terrain between Montana and Canada, littered with spiky brushwood, crawling with clawed and fanged critters of all shapes and sizes, and traversed by hostile Indians and vicious outlaws.
But for Luke Garrett—framed for a murder he didn’t commit, saddled with five mail-order brides, driving what’s left of his cattle herd, and pursued by vigilantes—it’s the only chance for survival…
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Abbie ahead ain’t Annie Spencer Annie’s arroyo Benton Blackfoot blood brides buckskin bullet Carter Charlie Cobb chest close Cobb’s coffee Colt cottonwoods coulee cowboy Damn darkness dead Deke didn’t dust eyes face fast feet fire Fort Benton Garrett asked Garrett knew Garrett nodded Garrett saw Garrett shook Garrett stepped girl girl’s grinned grulla gunman hand he’d he’s heard hell herd horse Indians Jenny Jenny’s Johnny Gibbs Kane’s kicked kill lips looked Luke Garrett man’s McGee mesquite Milk River miners Mingan mouth moved mustang night Paloma pony prickly pear Ready’s Red Angus reins riding rifle rode rose saddle saloon shirt shook his head shot shoulder stood Sweet Grass Hills swung talk Temple Yates There’s Thetas Kane told turned vigilante voice wagon walked Weasel whispered WhoopUp Trail wolf wolfer woman women you’re young rancher Zeb Ready