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HANLEY COULDN’T BE THREATENED OR FRIGHTENED OFF. BUT COULD HE BE KILLED?
The scent of gunsmoke and sagebrush spice this western novel by Louis L'Amour. When drifter and gunfighter Ross Hanley rode into the Ruby Hills range, the land claimed his heart at once. He knew this was the kind of place he’d dreamed of, one where he could end his wandering ways, build his own ranch and live content forever.
What Hanley didn’t know was that he was riding straight into the middle of range war, where he would find enemies, friends and a woman who would stir him as no other ever had. 'Chalk' Reynolds owned the biggest spread in the Ruby Hills Chalk was a man determined to own all of the range. Chalk was already at war with the smaller ranchers and he didn’t need a new one, like Ross, complicating matters. And Chalk Reynolds was a man who liked to simplify things with gunpowder.
Chalk Reynolds was about to find that Ross Hanley was not a man who could be threatened or frightened. The only question that remained was whether he was a man who could be killed? The uncut, unrevised original text, as L'Amour intended it.