A Pocomoto adventure story
Pocomoto followed the tracks all that day, even through the heat flare
of the noonday sun, with no tree or shade twixt parched earth and brassy sky . . .
He is tracking a mustang, to capture and sell it in a border town - in order to raise some money to help his adopted parents . . . but he is in for a surprise when a bullet whistles overhead . . .
Like the first two it is illustrated by four monochrome illustrations.
Unlike the earlier ones the artist Harry Bishop is,
like the author Rex Dixon credited on the story's first page.
The artwork is similar to that in the previous stories but there seem to be slight variations in style which make identification of the artist in the earlier stories unsure.