This paperback actually contains two western novels: "Trouble in Tombstone" by Tom J. Hopkins and "Brand of a Man" by Thomas Thompson.
Back cover provides on "Trouble in Tombstone": "Sam Chalmers was the only man with enough guts to run the outlaws out of Tombstone, Arizona. So even though he risked losing the woman he loved-and winning a bullet in the back-he hurled an ultimatum at the renegades who ran the town. It read GET OUT OR GET KILLED, and it was backed up with blazing guns!"
Back cover provides on "Brand of a Man": "In Ten Mile, Casco Weber was the law. A brute of a man with eyes hard as bullets, he got his nourishment from a whiskey bottle, his exercise in brawls. Casco had licked every man in town-except Owen Delaney. The weary young cowboy had drifted into Ten Mile hoping to escape trouble. But Casco goaded him into a fight and Delaney beat him to a pulp. That was Delaney's mistake. Because then and there Casco vowed they'd meet again. Only next time things would be different. Next time he'd kill Delaney...!"