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CHAPTER 6 - RENDEZVOUS

this connection, but they could wait. For the moment action was necessary. Bill badly wanted to know who had laid for him. The reason was somewhat more obvious-he represented a danger to whoever was behind the trouble here at Black Creek, to whoever had '.t in for Indian Range.
The shots had been fired from only some fifty yards away on the other side of the trail. Bill had pin-pointed the position from which the flashes had come, a good spot for an ambush. He reckoned the attacker wouldn't anticipate swift counter-measures. Thus the swifter the better.
He left the boulder and still under cover moved up the trail to the west, reached the first bend, passed it and then dodged across the trail where the shadows lay thick. Now he was on the attacker's side of the trail. He moved east stealthily, making for the place from which the attack had been launched.
He halted by a small outcrop, crouched close to the ground, his gun ready. He was now within fifty yards of his target, a steeple-shaped rock towering above all the others. The flashes of the gun had come from that rock. All was silent-but then he heard a movement. Maybe the guy was wondering what had happened to his intended victim ; his patience exhausted, he was going to find out. That was O.K. by Bill who was now in position slightly behind and to the west of the rock, unsuspected. He was emulating the unknown masked man who had foxed Ned earlier-but he hoped he would be more successful.
The sound of a movement by the rock, the scrape of feet on loose stones-and then abruptly a man's figure came into sight moving round the rock, facing towards the trail, half-turned away from Bill.

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