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The Way West (1955)

West that had molded him. Tadlock walked up to him. "I can't understand you, Summers," he began.
Summers half turned, his two hands clasped on his rifle, the butt of which rested on the ground. "Countin' buffler, is all."
" I don't mean that," Tadlock answered, knowing Summers knew that he didn't. "We ought to be traveling."
Summers looked at the sun, now well above the eastern horizon. "Could've made three or four miles, I reckon," he said, his face grave. In his eyes, though, Tadlock caught a gleam that exasperated him.
" Goddam it1 This isn't a thing for fun."
" Not sayin' it is," Summers answered, the gleam in his eyes fading, "nor for thinkin' miles instead of IVIartin."
" One man isn't a train."
" I didn't figure you knew that."
" What do you mean?"
" Ain't you the whole shebang?"
" You're the pilot, Summers. That's all." Tadlock spoke deliberately, wanting to irritate the man, wanting almost to bait him to a fight that would relieve the feelings in himself. He waited, the butt of his whip held tight in his hand.
Summers turned and looked across at the river and the island that stood wooded in it. "That there's Brady's Island," he said so casually that Tadlock was unprepared for the rest. "A man named Brady got himself rubbed out. That was back in 'thirty-three."
Summers' gaze came back to rest on Tadlock. In it, Tadlock thought, was the cool, the deadly expression of an animal waiting for a kill. Not until then had he

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