Tap Andrews has left his past behind. He's no longer a Wyoming lawman backing down any mobs, nor a Brand Inspector dodging rustler's bullets. He has loaded up the wagon and is moving the very pregnant Pepper and their 11-year old ward to a seemingly perfect new family life in Montana. His old friend Stack Lowery has invited him to partner on the 50-thousand acres of timbered range land called the Slash Bar Ranch. There are a few surprises though, such as cows in the front room and Indians camped in the back yard. Then there's the pack of outlaws raiding the neighborhood, and two inept bank robbers bumbling through. Of course the pacifist neighbors could use some help with the people wanting them off the land. Tap again takes up his guns, steels his courage, and hits his knees to help settle this part of the Old West.
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An active member of the Western Writers of America, award-winning author Stephen Bly spent his early years working ranches in the San Joaquin Valley of California. He and his widow, Janet Chester Bly, have published more than 120 titles. Currently, more than two million Bly books are in print. "Bly does a lot of things right for lovers of the traditional western novel. … (he) clearly knows the country he writes about. … Luke Short and Frank Gruber come to mind.” - Library Journal
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