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CHAPTER 9 - ROCKY TAKES A HAND

night of adventure. He knew, too, that the ranger had pulled out, had ridden for Phoenix, not bothering about the Indian Range affair. Rocky was bitterly disappointed, not only because now he could not thank the guy for what he had done for him, but also he had cleared. Rocky had heard of Deakin's rangers, knew something by hearsay of Rankin's abilities. There was a guy who might have come to the rescue of Indian Range. But instead he had gone on his way.
The boy was moody, kicking his heels aimlessly.
He wandered about the dingy living-room, unable to rest. He had been reared here ; the thought of leaving it was more than he could bear, even though the place was not particularly attractive. If only the ranger had stayed on something might have been done, some lead secured which would clear up the mystery of the attacks. Rod Canter, the sheriff, was getting nowhere. Rocky wasn't so sure that he meant to get anywhere. He knew now that Tuck and Pasco had been followed immediately before the abduction two nights before, but as far as Rocky knew, or his father, the sheriff had done nothing about it. Why didn't he tackle Tuck and the young Apache ? It was certain, the boy thought, that he had been attacked because he had been found watching the holding. There was a lead-why didn't Rod follow it up ?
Maybe he had, but was keeping quiet about it. Rocky didn't know, see-sawed between suspicion of the sheriff and trust in him. He felt helpless, thwarted. Nobody seemed to be taking any definite action to clear up the mystery, to lend a helping hand. What would be the next move by those laying for Indian Range ?

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