Call Me Hazard / The Rincon Trap Author:Frank Wynne, Dean Owen An Ace Double western book. — Call Me Hazard: — A mile away, at the bend in the road, he watched the six horsemen thunder forward. Where the road widened, the riders fanned out and drummed ahead six abreast, Hazard walked out exactly into the middle of the road and spread his feet a little way apart and stood that way, facing the onrushing six. — "... more »Canreen is mine. you two watch the others," he said. When Hazard glanced at his two partners, he saw sweat beads on their faces. His own eyes were bright as he watched the riders bear down on him. For a moment it seemed they did not intend to slacken pace. "Good luck boys," Hazard said, and dug in his heels. (126 pages)
The Rincon Trap:
Cleve Trevor came down into Texas with a thousand cattle on the hoof. He'd stuck a deal with the owner of the giant Anchor Ranch in the bend of the San Felipe and he rode ahead now to see if the way was clear for his herd.
But Cleve was a Yankee, a former officer of the Union Army, and the old war feelings were still strong in that Texas land. And they were especially strong for him personally, as he discovered when the Rincon trap was sprung.
For Cleve then, it was war all over again, but war without help, was with everyone in the land, war against former comrades and brutal vengeance seekers alike, and it would take every ounce of his fighting guts, powder smoke and riding ability to get him out of it, if that were even possible.« less