Fury of the .44
It was drought country. The land was little more than dust, the cattle slowly but surely dying on the hoof. For most of the ranchers in those parts, it had been a year-long disaster. But for local businessman Harp McPhee, it was a situation he aimed to exploit for all it was worth.
Knowing the drought couldn't last forever, McPhee aimed to buy the land and the stock at rock-bottom prices, and he brought in a bunch of hired gunnies to back him against any opposition.
The situation seemed hopeless. And yet banker Finch Rogan had an idea that his old friend, Buck Halliday, might be able to challenge McPhee and his army of gunslingers.
Halliday didn't want trouble. But the settling of trouble was how he made his living. So he tied down his .44 and came to deliver salvation to a town called Redemption.
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