Red Sutrow in Back-Trail Bondage is an ex-convict, working as a blacksmith in Hardrock. As a provision of his parole, Red is not allowed to carry a gun. But when two hardcases start shooting up the saloon, the sheriff cowers in the blacksmith shop... In Death Rides Out of Yuma Trent Stone returns to town with the hope of changing his son's mind about him. But rancher Fred Quinn, whose son Trent supposedly killed, now wants to kill Trent's son. Clay Whitehead in A Badge for a Tinhorn is known for his adeptness at cards and quickness with a gun. U.S. Marshal Bill Marsden is able to convince Clay to carry a badge and get to the bottom of the murder of a deputy U.S. marshal. Even Money He Dies at Noon is the way the wager is going against small rancher Bill Nichols when he rides into town and an ambush set by Guy Mooney, owner of the Slash M. In Bullets Are My Destiny Steve Ash's partner is killed as they bring their small herd onto land open for filing. Steve knows who the murderer is and devises a strategy to catch them without firing a shot. In Longriding Lawman outlaw Blaze Hefflin rides into Coyote Wells to hire out to Deuce Morgan, and he recognizes Sheriff Len Hammer as a man wanted on an open warrant from twenty years before in Montana.
Used availability for Peter Dawson's Longriding Lawman
February 2017 : USA Hardback
September 2012 : USA Hardback