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CHAPTER 11 - LEADS

their heads. Of Bud there was no sign. But Bud didn't matter, he was small fry.
Bill Rankin gazed at the group, his hand gripping his gun steadily. The wounded man he also recognised. He was Quietta, the renegade Indian from the Reservation, who had attacked White Eagle to learn the secret of the Black Land's whereabouts, who might well have had a hand in the Indian Range troubles. There wasn't much doubt that the Tuck Werner outfit had shot him, that this was the significance of the two shots heard earlier. It also looked as though Spike Borden and Charlie had ridden into the hills to contact Tuck and Jeb. Maybe word had been slipped to them at the Bar-20 and the Block Diamond during the night. The boy Bud might have been the messenger. He might be returning from the mission even now. He could have been delayed.
It didn't matter. Here was the bunch about to fall into the rangers' hands like ripe plums. No mistake was going to be made this time. Bill jerked his head at Jake in a signal. This was the moment to pounce.
JAs for Jake, he had noted something else. On the floor of the hollow, spread out on a sack was earth, black-purple earth, a little heap of it. As Jake gazed at it a memory came back to him, a memory many years old. When Pasco had shown him the Black Land, Jake had been vaguely conscious that it should mean something to him. Now he had it. In his time ake had played many parts. One, played fifteen years before, came back to him. In that brief moment of time he reckoned he'd got on to the motive behind the Indian Range trouble.
Then Bill was going into action. Ned, realising what the next move must be, had by now moved stealthily and silently round the lip of the hollow, was

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