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CHAPTER 12 - SHOW-DOWN

gave his audience everything that had happened in the right order to the point when Doc Grant had told him about Rod laying for him.
" I fell for that at first," said Bill, " but after a bit I realised the Doc must be lyin'. He made a bad slip that gave me the truth."
Callahan, who had been told something of events, when Bill had asked him to help at the shack, but not everything, broke in.
" How did you get on to him ?"
" Easy-he told me not to fall for Rod's tale he'd been slugged. But how did he know Rod had told me he'd been attacked ? The Doc was supposed to have been knocked out himself by Rod, he didn't see Rod or anyone else, or rather he didn't talk to anyone else, before he contacted me after he'd come round. So how did he know what Rod had told me ? I reckoned it stuck out a mile-he must have known Rod had been slugged and guessed he'd told me about it. He knew, because either he'd seen Rod go down or had slugged him himself. There weren't two ways about it. If he'd witnessed the attack it couldn't have been innocently or he'd have told me himself, and anyway, how could Rod have slugged him after he was knocked out ? So I reckoned the Doc was lyin' about the attack on himself. That meant a whole lot."
He paused and then continued slowly.
" I worked out how the Doc could be the guy behind the trouble, the boss. Everythin' fitted in that he was our guy puttin' suspicion on Rod deliberate. You can reckon out the timin' of everythin' yourselves from what you know. The Doc could have worked everythin' granted he was usin' other guys as assistants."
Bill had reckoned he was using Tuck & Co. and

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