Trail's End Author:William MacLeod Raine Jim was filling in as editor of the Powder Horn Sentinel after the former editor and owner, Carl Rogers, had been shot down from ambush because he dared to buck the mighty Hat T gang. And Jim was carrying on Rogers's fight against dictatorial Russ Mosely in the feud over the conflicting land grants to former Spanish landholders which affected th... more »e lives of nearly all the settlers on Tincup Creek. He had carried it to the point where his own life was worth not much more than a dime.
Pretty Anne Elliot, slender and spirited and a complete lady, as well as Carl Rogers's niece, arrived in Blanco just in time to see Jim Silcott engage in an unequal gunfight with three of the Hat T roughnecks. After she learns some of the recent local, Anne decides to take over the Sentinel and Run it herself. For a time she is undecided whether Jim Silcott, whois reckless and daring and charming, or Russell Mosely, who looks like a Greek god and speaks with a silver tongue, sits at the head of the table -- or which one she would like to have at the head of her own table.
This exciting and believable Western is one of the best tales ever told by one of the best Western writers. William MacLeod Raine knows the old West like the back of his hand, and his novels are not only blood-tingling, but absolutely authentic.« less