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CHAPTER 11 - LEADS

were implicated. Bill was backing that hunch and another-that the young Apache did indeed have a good reason for appointing this rendezvous.
The three rangers dismounted and waited, though not without taking precautions. The territory near the outcrop was under close observation. Not even Pasco would arrive without being seen well in advance.
Behind Bill and his buddies by some miles lay Indian Range, now gutted. Old man Bruce was in despair and so was his son. Whoever had struck had this time dealt a decisive blow. Bruce told Bill that he must sell now, for whatever price he could obtain. The rangers left chaos and despair behind them when they rode into the hills.
The Doc, before he was packed off home to Black Creek to recover from the attack made on him, had described again, for the benefit of Ned and Jake, his actions before the fire. Stationed at some distance from the spot where Tuck and the others had been arrested, he had glimpsed a rider, had followed and eventually had arrived at the ranch. He hadn't been able to contact anyone else, had been forced to follow alone. He'd reckoned that he had to follow, for the chances that the unknown was innocently employed were very slight.
He had lost his quarry near the ranch-house, had dismounted and investigated on foot. He had come upon something that interested him quite a lot-an open drum of oil placed against the wooden wall of the house, a fuse leading from it. Then, as he was peering at this, he heard a noise behind him, started to turn but was too late. He was hit across the head, collapsed-but even as he fell he saw the guy who had hit him. Without any doubt it was Rod Canter.
Waiting now for Pasco to show up, Bill was thinking

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