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The Way West (1955)

watching the camp. He was holding to his perch and watching.
Mack stopped his horse. The Indian had no gun and no bow that Mack could see. He would have a bow though, if not a musket, hidden by his body or the folds of his blanket.
Mack dismounted and tied his horse and walked ahead, stepping soft. He began to feel the blood beating in him, and the breath light and quick in his throat.
At this range he couldn't miss. He had only to raise his rifle and line up the sights and squeeze the trigger. He couldn't miss, not if he chose to shoot.
He looked around for other Indians and saw none, and listened and heard, far off from pulse and breath, the voices of women cooking breakfast and the deeper tones of men catching up their teams.
Even with the blood thumping in him and his lungs working, he couldn't miss, not if he fired. There was the barrel lifting and the sights lining up and the finger waiting on the trigger.
The Indian turned, his sharp face composed but watchful, and his eyes ran over the back country. Mack saw them nearing, saw them widen and fix in the shocked instant of finding him. They cried out. The eyes, the wordless mouth, the whole face cried, "Pleasel Pleasel"
The Indian dropped as the rifle cracked. He didn't shout or fling out. He hung for a bare instant, the please fading from his face, and then he dropped.
Mack ran up. The Indian was dead all right, dead as a damn doornail. He lay crumpled in the bushes with his old blanket and his proud wisp of hair, face

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