When Spencer Stanton left Virginia for the New Mexican badlands, his family called it madness. There were times when he would have agreed. With the Yanqui-hating Mexicans to the south, the blood-hungry Utes to the north, and a sub-human breed of drifters, tramps, and land grabbers everywhere else, the Corona Grant was a no-man s-land. But it belonged to Stanton, and he would kill, maim, cripple -- or die -- to keep it that way.
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