When John Coburn hired on at Jim Bullock’s Ruby Thicket ranch, he didn’t anticipate trouble. Coburn knew his old saddle pard had a temper, knew Bullock was in competition with a neighboring ranch, but what he didn’t know was the real reason Bullock hired him. And when the killing starts, Coburn doesn’t know who’s doing it, or why.
Neither does anybody else.
Logan pulled his gun and aimed it at Coburn. “Drop your gun. And I mean slow.” He nodded. “How’d you say it to me back at the line shack? Inch by inch?” “And how’d you say it?” said Coburn. “I’d rather not?” Baylor moved up and took Coburn’s gun. Coburn clenched his jaw, figuring on what would come next. “I’m so gonna enjoy this,” said Logan. Before anybody could stop him, he pulled the trigger and sent a bullet flying toward Coburn. Ride with The Peregrine in Devil You Know, a traditional western adventure as rugged as the western Nebraska landscape.
Also includes a second Coburn story: “Devil’s Bargain.”
Third in a series of John Coburn novellas.