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CHAPTER 6 - RENDEZVOUS

"He's O.K." replied Bill briefly, "must be, Deakin don't make mistakes."
Then Ned spoke, bringing forward an important point. Somebody was laying for Bruce, was conducting undercover war against Indian Rangewhy ? There must be a reason and a good one. To Ned it didn't make sense that Tuck Werner would go to this trouble and run risks simply because he didn't like old man Bruce. Nothing as yet had been learned of any injury inflicted on Tuck by the owner of Indian Range to justify revenge measures. In any case if one guy had something serious against another it wasn't usual to conduct a war-a brawl or even shooting was more likely.
It was the same thought that in fact had occurred to the boy Rocky ; and Bill himself had thought along the same lines. But Ned's query couldn't be answered. There were two problems, two fundamental problems to be solved-not only the identity of the man behind the trouble but the motive, too.
Ned squatted on his haunches balancing his Colt across his first finger. He reckoned the answer to the second problem might be of even more importance than that to the first ; and the second answer might lead to the first. But there was no sense in trying to work out either answer right now ; not enough was known.
" What do we do ?" he asked briefly.
Bill had worked that out. The fact that he had been attacked, presumably by somebody who considered him dangerous, didn't prevent the operation of his scheme to bluff that he had left the area. His reactions to the attack had been normal enough ; he had done nothing to lead the unknown to suppose that he had changed his mind or was bluffing. It still

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