The Doomsday Marshal and the Mountain Man
John Rye, the Doomsday Marshal, is on the trail of a merciless seven-foot tall brute, a murderous outlaw responsible for the deaths of a lawman and nine Utah-bound pilgrims, and the kidnapping of an young Kiowa girl. Rye finds others on the bloody trail: the Kiowa who are after the criminal's scalp and the return of their young woman stolen from their land.
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