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Buck Maxwell buys a hardware store with his life savings and finds he also owns a $9830 debt to a church building committee, money which had been in the care of the previous owner, and been stolen by Snake Ed McFee. Buck was ramrod of a spread in Bighorn country until the big die-up finished off the outfit, and he is used to dealing with problems the direct way. But now it Buck Maxwell buys a hardware store with his life savings and finds he also owns a $9830 debt to a church building committee, money which had been in the care of the previous owner, and been stolen by Snake Ed McFee. Buck was ramrod of a spread in Bighorn country until the big die-up finished off the outfit, and he is used to dealing with problems the direct way. But now it’s town rules, and the more he tries to go by them, the more things go wrong—and people die. In the end Buck lines up a row of coffins in front of his store and starts filling them. ABOUT THE AUTHOR E.R .Slade is the pen name under which Bruce Clark writes Westerns. He is also the author, under his own name, of DEATHSTALK, and TALES OF MARITIME MAINE. He lives on a farm, where he grows a large vegetable garden, cuts firewood for the stove, and writes on an old manual typewriter.


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Buck Maxwell buys a hardware store with his life savings and finds he also owns a $9830 debt to a church building committee, money which had been in the care of the previous owner, and been stolen by Snake Ed McFee. Buck was ramrod of a spread in Bighorn country until the big die-up finished off the outfit, and he is used to dealing with problems the direct way. But now it Buck Maxwell buys a hardware store with his life savings and finds he also owns a $9830 debt to a church building committee, money which had been in the care of the previous owner, and been stolen by Snake Ed McFee. Buck was ramrod of a spread in Bighorn country until the big die-up finished off the outfit, and he is used to dealing with problems the direct way. But now it’s town rules, and the more he tries to go by them, the more things go wrong—and people die. In the end Buck lines up a row of coffins in front of his store and starts filling them. ABOUT THE AUTHOR E.R .Slade is the pen name under which Bruce Clark writes Westerns. He is also the author, under his own name, of DEATHSTALK, and TALES OF MARITIME MAINE. He lives on a farm, where he grows a large vegetable garden, cuts firewood for the stove, and writes on an old manual typewriter.

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