In this western from Clarence E. Mulford, Jim Meeker came down from Montana to run Texas cattle—only to find that Hoppy's Bar-20 ran the water. So when a trio of snake-mean rustlers started themselves a cattle war, the powder was primed, the guns cocked, and Hoppy was smack in the middle. Friend against friend, brother against brother, gun against blazing gun. And time's running out.
Cassidy could fan a gun like Billy the Kid. Six rounds in three seconds was his slowest time. No one in Texas could beat him…until he met Slim Travennes, head of the Sandy Creek Vigilante Committee. Slim was snake-fast. None could go up against him and live. Hoppy could stand or die. He had no other choice.