The Devil's Lode: A Western Trio
These three short novels are T.T. Flynn at his best, combining mystery, suspense and action. In "Gallows Breed," young Jerry Carson is raised on the outlaw trail by the man who made him an orphan. Years later, Jerry tries to close the door on his past and assume a new identity as a small rancher. "Old Hellcat" is the story of Shack Anderson, a widowed rancher who has retired to allow his daughter and son-in-law to run the ranch that took him a lifetime to establish. The final and title story tells of the Concho, a high-grade gold mine just north of the Mexican border. Paso Brand, hired to work as a guard at the mine, finds himself on the same stagecoach as the mine owner's daughter-and his job starts early when the stage is attacked by a gang of outlaws.
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