Dell Publishing, 1980 - 191 pages
DeWitt's Strike was a boomtown with gold fever -- the easiest kind of place for a man to end up dead. Ridge Parkman was there to do a job: get the little mining town's gold to the railhead at Adobe City. When he found out there were almost as many robbers as rocks along the trail to Adobe, he knew the job was going to be tough. But then marauders made the mistake of killing his friends and stealing his horse and it wasn't a job anymore. Ridge was riding for revenge, and these hombres were going to pay the price -- in blood.
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