The Trailsman #328: Texas Triggers
Some call it hell. Others call it home…
Sky Fargo is high, dry, and about to die in the heart of Apache country when he stumbles on a ramshackle ranch worked by a family of hard-headed hill folk who own the most valuable thing in the sun-baked hell of west Texas—a water spring. But if they want to hold onto it, they're going to need more than cold liquid. They'll need hot lead, courtesy of…
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