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Two men come together in a violent act—yet develop a bond of trust and respect. Curly Flandrau has embarked on a career outside the law. He is young and wild but not mean. Luck Cullison is a former sheriff, now a struggling rancher. After Kate, Cullison’s spirited daughter, saves Curly from a certain lynching, the lives of all meet a new danger. While the nation beyond is rushing forward into a new century, their part of Arizona is clinging to a time when dangers must be faced by men and women willing to take matters into their own hands. Curly Flandrau and Luck Cullison join forces to face a challenge the law proves ill-equipped to handle.
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William MacLeod Raine (1871–1954) was a prolific writer of Western novels, some of which were adapted for the screen. In 1959, four years after his death, he was inducted into the Hall of Great Westerners of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum.
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