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CHAPTER 2 - INDIAN TRAIL

cover and then, if luck helped, drop down to the mesa behind the shack. He knew that unlike many Indians, Pasco and White Eagle kept no dogs. It might be that he could come to the shack itself undetected. After that everything would depend on circumstances which he could not forecast.
It was a courageous scheme and one deserving success. Yet it failed, even before the first phase had opened. Rocky was not destined to make the circuit of the mesa.
He came to the foot of the outcrop and turned north, moving cautiously. Here were no tracks and the going was very rough. He made progress, however, reached a point from which he obtained a new view of the shack and the outhouses, halted to make sure that still there was no movement. And then, without warning, he heard a movement behind him.
He began to swing round but was too late, too late to save himself and too late even to catch a glimpse of who attacked him. Something hit him across the back of the head and he slumped to the ground. Blackness, shot at first with vivid streaks of light, closed over him, a searing pain seemed to split his skull. Then he was unconscious, knew nothing else for some time. Rocky Bruce had taken on too much and had reaped the reward.
He came to himself in darkness, in darkness and pain, pain that seared his head, nausea that swept over him. He tried to move but couldn't for wrists were bound behind his back and ankles were corded. His lips were dry, parched. The nausea was terrible, so that as he fought its onslaught he could not think, lay there in agony, gasping for breath.
For minutes on end he fought the sickness-and then it passed and he could use his mind. It all came

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