Dave Flood, riding for a rancher- Tom Raine, and romancing with his niece, is robbed of their trail herd money (some...

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HELL IN HIS HOLSTERS

Dave Flood, riding for a rancher- Tom Raine, and romancing with his niece, is robbed of their trail herd money (some $25,000) by three outlaws whom he had uneviously known- to his sorrow. Faced with the suspicion of Nell- who later pegs him an outlaw, Dave goes out alone to retrieve the money and execute a revenge which will clear his name with the law and with Nell.... Light artillery, but steady fire.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1952