What this story is about The stranger in town would have been in a bad way had not Blue Pete intervened. Bruiser Salmon, who was dealing out the punishment, didn't take kindly to Pete's action but the 'forty-five' the half-breed nonchalantly fingered commanded obedience. Salmon swore to get even with Blue Pete. But Pete, scarred from a hundred fights, was not the man to be cowed by threats, especially when he heard the stranger's tale of a missing heir and of Salmon's part in a stick-at-nothing plot to gain a fortune. How Blue Pete settled the score and meted out his own kind of justice, is told in this action-paced story of flaying fists and burning bullets.
Used availability for Luke Allan's Blue Pete and the Kid
May 2017 : Paperback