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CHAPTER 6 - RENDEZVOUS

Cautiously he advanced, using other smaller rocks as cover.
There was a gun in his hand, Bill could see its outline ; but at that distance and in that light it was impossible to identify the guy. He was just a man, vague in outline, who might have been anyone.
Between where Bill was watching and the unknown man spread an area of rough ground thickly overlaid with small stones. Bill knew that if he set foot on this he would be heard. To make a detour might result in losing the unknown attacker. He brought up his gun and took careful aim-not to kill but merely to wing. He badly wanted to know who the guy was. There was too much mystery here in the Black Creek-Indian Range area. Bill didn't want any more.
The man offered a perfect target, crouched behind a small rock but plainly in Bill's view from where the ranger was positioned.
Bill drew a bead and fired. As he did so the man half-turned, whether by sheer chance or because he suspected something Bill couldn't know. The bullet struck home, but it didn't bring the guy down. He clasped his left arm above the shoulder and then was away, out of sight round the other side of the rock.
The ranger plunged forward, not bothering now about the loose stones. He had intended to render the man helpless long enough for him to get up with him. Instead he had only winged him in the armand guys don't need their arms to escape.
Bill raced forward, but when he was still twenty yards from the rock he heard something that pulled him up short. It was the noise of a pony's hooves on hard ground. The guy had reached his beast which must have been tethered near and was away. Bill

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