Fane was just a quiet storekeeper in a small Montana rangeland town who had a hobby. He was a gun collector and an amateur gunsmith. But he was no gunman. Nevertheless when a call came from an old friend, Fane packed up one of his best shooting irons and joined up with a couple of gunslicks to clear up the trouble. His killer companions didn't think much of Fane. He was a deadshot, sure, but he had a real slow draw. And in their business, a slow draw was a ticket to Boot Hill. But there were a lot of other professional gun throwers around who were to test their skill against this amateur - and come out second best, even with a gun out first.
Used availability for Merle Constiner's Rain of Fire
August 2012 : UK Paperback