The half-breed Blue Pete and Rance Hewitt were old enemies and Rance was not the man to allow a debt of vengeance to go unpaid. Determined to get even with Pete, he laid a trap to take the half-breed across the border into Rance's own territory. The trick succeeded, and the two men came face to face in the way Rance liked to meet his enemies-he armed with a quirt, and his adversary securely trussed up against any possible reprisal. Pete took his beating with sullen hatred; silently swearing to return blow for blow until Rance cringed for mercy. The unofficial arrival of Mahon of the Mounties speeded the moment of retribution as he and Pete fought their way to freedom. But before they left, Pete levelled the score in a quick and ruthless reckoning.
Used availability for Luke Allan's Blue Pete in the Badlands
June 2017 : Paperback