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CHAPTER 8 - NEW MOVES

what he knew about him, how he had come to Black Creek ten years before, a rolling stone, and had stayed ever since. Bill secured a good picture of life at Black Creek and the reputations of the principal figures in this present affair, including that of Spike Borden, morose, unpopular, reckoned a mean guy.
At last Callahan himself put a question.
" What's the next move ?" he asked.
Bill came to his feet. He had worked that out during the day while he had waited for Callahan to arrive at the hide-out. He wanted a look at Pasco's holding, maybe a look at Pasco himself. Callahan hadn't been able to help him much regarding the young Apache or his grandfather White Eagle. The Indians kept themselves to themselves, were inscrutable folk, living only on the fringe of civilisation.
" Guess we'll get down to the holding," said Bill. " You want to come along ?"
Callahan nodded. Sure he wanted to come. He could help for he knew the district intimately and could give them the low-down regarding the terrain.
They left the cave and an hour later, with the sun once more setting, came near to the horse-raising holding.
Bill didn't know what to expect, hadn't very high hopes of getting anything important, came only on the off-chance. He was still very much in the dark, couldn't see his way clear. But Pasco and White Eagle must be investigated ; and the first move was to explore their holding.
Bill hadn't much hope of getting anything significant at the holding, but as it happened he was luckier than he had anticipated. In the long run even luckier than at the time he realised.
Callahan and Jake were left amongst the outcrops

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