To Angeltown Keeps and Doc Hennessy jogging slowly through the cattlelands of the Pecos Plain,
the "Prairie Dusters" were just a name. But to Sav Hollowdown's cowmen the Dusters represented
the slickest, toughest Shorthorn snatchers in the West - an outfit which left few cattle and no tell-tale tracks.
Small wonder, then, that the cowmen took no chances with strangers, and that Keeps and the Doc found
themselves the unwilling guests at a lynching party.|
But, thanks to Mel Kincaid, the party ended abruptly and the partners themselves took a hand against the rustlers.
When the shooting began in earnest , Angeltown and Hennessy showed they could ride harder and
shoot straighter than the next man - useful attainments in a country where hot lead was more eloquent than honeyed words.
2nd impression 1953:
Hardback, with dustwrapper; red boards with black blocking; picture of cowboy and 'Western' on spine; 127x190mm; 190pp; not illustrated; dustwrapper picture wraps to include the spine; front flap has 'blurb' reproduced above; cover price not known but adverts for others in series give 8/6 net.