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CHAPTER 7 - RECRUITED

" Any other reason ?" he asked, " besides what you've given ? "
Again Callahan was silent for a moment before replying. Then it came, though somewhat reluctantly.
" Two months ago I saw Tuck handin' over some dough to Rod. That was up here in the hills-they were both a bit anxious when they saw me. I didn't let on I'd noticed the dollars bein' passed. It kinda made me wonder, that an' the fact Rod ain't got a lead in all this time." He paused and then added, " But don't get me wrong. I'm not sayin' Rod is crooked, there's nothin' hard against him-maybe I'm too careful."
Bill Rankin stared out across the outcrops. The moon had almost set and it was as dark as it ever was at this time of the year in Arizona. No darker, though, than this Indian Range affair. Bill couldn't see his way yet. Rod Canter in with whoever was behind the business ? There surely couldn't be anything in that. Rod was Deakin's man, well trusted. Deakin didn't often make mistakes. But the possibility had to be kept in mind. There were a whole lot of others, too.
" Keep that to yourself, too, Callahan," said Bill after a few moments.
" Sure, I don't talk."
" O.K. see you don't. I guess we've talked enough right now. Tomorrow there's things I want you to do. Nobody knows you've been interestin' yourself in what's goin' on here ? "
Callahan was sure of this-he had been very careful. That made it easier for Bill. He wanted everything he could get about Tuck Werner, Jeb Schultz and Spike Borden. He couldn't investigate them himself,

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