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CHAPTER 5 - FOOTHILL TRAIL

always better than a dead one, a rule that Deakin insisted should be observed whenever possible. Jake's bullet had struck the man's gun, had sent it clattering to the ground, the guy himself reeling.
He had recovered miraculously quickly, had dived for cover and had fired back. Then Ned had fired, but by then the bandit was safely behind a rock. Those were the shots Bill had heard earlier.
After that there was confusion. There were other bandits hanging around, two at least, the rangers reckoned, though there might have been more. Ned had left Jake, had made a detour aiming to divert attention while Jake went for the boy. No more shots had been fired because both the rangers had then been out of sight, and the enemy hadn't been able to spot them.
Ned had diverted attention by shouting and that had given Jake his chance. He had reached the boy, cut the cords that bound him and brought him to safety.
The enemy had got after Ned. He had thrown them off the trail, he thought, but in fact had been foxed by the guy Bill had spotted. It was a near certainty that by now the gang had split up and cleared. There wasn't a sign of them. Nor had Jake or Ned any idea of the identity of the man who had been with the boy, or of the others glimpsed during the affair. All had been masked.
All this Bill knew at the end of five minutes, as well as the incidents of earlier in the day, on the trail and at Black Creek itself. He had been thinking quickly while the story was told. He and his buddies had ridden into a queer set-up here. Bill didn't propose to leave it like that. It was impossible, with the limited information he possessed, to work out anything in detail ; and he needed to know more details of the

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