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By William W. Johnstone, J. A. Johnstone

Born and bred within the Texas Pandhandle city of Comanche Crossing, William "Wild Bill" Longley gunned down a dozen of its males in chilly blood earlier than he received round to the sheriff and deputy--so he may take over the task himself. Then he chanced on the ideal sidekick in a vicious occupation felony named Booker Tate. together with his remorseless center set on a gorgeous younger girl, Wild invoice and Booker take the total city hostage until eventually the younger girl has the same opinion to marry a guy she despises.

That's while a cold-eyed stranger involves city with a lifeless guy strapped to his saddle. In a city the place violence and homicide rule the day, a terrifying conflict is ready to explode--between ruthless Wild invoice Longley and a bounty hunter named Tam Sullivan, who's performed quite a lot of killing of his own...

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He fears nothing that walks, crawls or swims. Upon his loyalty you may depend. " The subject of this conversation approached and spoke volubly for two or three minutes to his master in a language unknown to the white men. When he had finished Li Chi turned to Biggles with one of those faint, subtle smiles that they were beginning to know. "Ayert has just given me interesting news," he said smoothly. "Ten miles away, on the mainland, has come a man, a Japanese, who is not only my greatest enemy, but would give his arms to catch me alive.

Secondly, I know the country from Rangoon to Singapore, as I know my face. I know every island off the coast, although there are hundreds. I know the Indian Ocean, every current in it and every wind that blows. I even know the bed of the sea, for I have walked on it, seeking pearls. " A slight frown creased Biggles' forehead. " "Your question is reasonable. I should have told you that when the war began I returned to China to stand by the side of my honourable father. I was too late. He was dead, brutally murdered by the invading barbarians, against whom I at once resolved to wage war in my own way.

Please proceed. Knowing the East as you do, anything you say will be worth hearing. "Thank you," acknowledged Li Chi. Sitting back, with his fingers together, he went on. " Britain needs rubber. Before the war most of the rubber of commerce came from Malaya. " "That is something all the world knows," assented Biggles. "My plan is to provide Britain with rubber from Malaya," said Li Chi blandly. Biggles waited for a moment. " "I have not forgotten. " Li Chi smiled. " "I see," murmured Biggles thoughtfully.

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