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CHAPTER 5 - FOOTHILL TRAIL

Jake pulled up, gave an exclamation but then adjusted himself rapidly to the unexpected. Jake was pretty good at that. He didn't know what had brought Bill here, but for the moment the important thing was that he had come.
" Ned's up there, havin' a bit o' trouble," rasped Jake. " I got to look after the kid, he's out-tell you about it later."
Bill didn't argue, didn't waste time making enquiries that could keep. He left Jake at once, making up the slope.
As he reached the summit and looked down the other side of the hill he saw a movement some two hundred yards away. The moon was strong again now. It revealed the vague, shadowy figure of a man, crawling over broken ground, taking cover behind boulders. The moon glinted on a gun in his hand ; for a brief moment on a neck-scarf covering his face.
It was evident that he wasn't worrying about the possibility of being seen from behind. His attention was concentrated on something ahead of him. Bill had a perfect view, unsuspected by the masked guy.
His keen eyes swept the terrain ahead of the man. Then he picked up another figure, crouched motionless behind a rock, but not under cover from where Bill was watching, nor from the masked man making his stealthy way forward.
The set-up was becoming clear. The masked man was coming in to attack the other from behind, had foxed his enemy, who was watching the wrong quarter, and who was himself swiftly coming into view, into the masked guy's view. The latter was still moving forward cautiously, was still unsuspected. Then the other moved slightly, and as he did so something white flashed for a moment in the moon

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