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CHAPTER 8 - NEW MOVES

selected. It could be, though this was only a possibility, that though Spike Borden had attacked him he had been tipped off that the ranger would be using that trail-tipped off by Doc Grant or Rod Canter ?
Bill still didn't think that Rod was crooked, but Grant was a different proposition. Grant had seen the man Tuck called Charlie but had denied it ; Grant had left Indian Range a few minutes after Bill himself. There were possibilities there.
The other information Callahan had brought was important, too. It looked as though Tuck Werner and his foreman had been away from the Bar-20 on the previous evening. And there was the mystery man called Charlie, Tuck's old buddy, now staying with him at the Bar-20.
A lot was now known, but still there were mysteries, plenty of them. It seemed certain that Spike had laid for Bill, but that was about the only concrete fact Bill had. Spike might well be the man behind all the trouble, but there was no proof of this. Nor was there as yet any indication why he, or somebody else, was laying for Indian Range. Like Ned Duvene earlier, Bill reckoned that the answer to this question was as important if not more so than the solution to the riddle of who was organising the war against the Bruce set-up.
For another hour Bill questioned Callahan, getting from him everything he knew about the suspects in the affair. He got Tuck Werner's background, his reputation as a tough guy but a good rancher, unscrupulous but hitherto keeping within the law. He had Callahan give his reactions to Jeb Schultz, also known to be tough but not suspected, until now, of anything illegal.
There was Doc Grant, too. Callahan recounted

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