Jim Ames arrived home to discover that Laurel Bergen, his intended bride, had become involved with his old enemy, Rex Mills, he could have forgiven that, but after his father was murdered Laurel went riding off into a stormy evening. Ames followed her on to the Medicine Bow. There he sat in the darkness of the forest night and heard Laurel and some badmen talking. What they said made little sense, but light did finally dawn when Ames learned of the kidnapped Mary Frayleson.
Used availability for Jeff Blaine's The Day of the Hellion
August 1992 : UK Hardback
December 1994 : UK Paperback