From the back cover: "At long last Stuart Brannon hit the homeward trail to his Arizona ranch. But if he had hoped to settle down to the quiet life of a cattleman, he had miscalculated.
When he rode into his spread, he found it already occupied by gunmen. The Casa Verde Land Corporation claimed to hold a Spanish land grant on the property. Enraged, the ex-lawman drove the intruders off.
Before the gunmen could return with reinforcements, some of Brannon's friends and neighbors descended on the ranch. The party included a small contingent of soldiers tracking down a band of Apaches and Miss Harriet Reed, who was finding the Triple-B's owner increasingly attractive. They all hunkered down to defend the ranch from the fifty hired guns and cannon Casa Verde sent to take back the property.
Now Brannon found himself fighting for the only thing in his life worth holding onto - his ranch, the burial place of his wife and son. For Brannon, right and wrong were perfectly clear, but the price of being right staggered him, especially when innocent people might have to pay." 188 pages, medium-sized print.