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CHAPTER 8 - NEW MOVES

" What's it mean to you ?"
" Nothin' except I like old man Bruce. I'm glad Spike is comin' round. Yes, sir, mighty decent of him to go to Indian Range. It made him late home, I guess-well after midnight it was when he got back they tell me."
Nobody had told him anything of the sort, but Callahan was playing his cards carefully. Flash was tough, but he wasn't bright. Now he glared at Callahan.
" What's it matter to you what time Spike gets home ? " he rasped. " He's his own boss, ain't he ? He got back after midnight-so what ?"
Callahan covered up, didn't mention Spike again. But when Flash had gone he felt pretty satisfied. Spike Borden hadn't got back to the Block Diamond until after midnight. Rankin would be interested to hear that.
Then Callahan fetched his pony and rode out to the Bar-20. If he realised that he might be running his head into danger, he didn't reveal it. Callahan had a poker face. In any case he had been very careful up to now and reckoned that Tuck Werner hadn't an idea he had been interesting himself in the Indian Range affair.
He found Tuck at home, watching some steers being brought into the corral. With him was Bud, not at school today, leaning on the corral fence, his square face and thick fair hair so like Tuck's. Tuck himself turned as Callahan rode up. His little eyes, like Bud's set too closely together, surveying his visitor.
He nodded briefly.
" What you want, Callahan ? "
Callahan had his excuse ready. He was looking for

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