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Boyd McMasters, troubleshooter for the Cattlemen's Protective Association, is in Smoke Tree, Arizona, investigating numerous complaints of cattle rustling. A copper mine robbery, a pair of illegal lynchings and several other deadly confrontations all lead to a showdown in, of all places, the town cemetery. Violence. 4th novel in the "McMasters" series, 1995.
Boyd McMasters, after three months of wandering aimlessly around the country, drunk, finds himself in Oklahoma City. He has suffered a great personal loss, the death of his wife and unborn child at the hands of a gang of ruthless outlaws, and is drowning his sorrow in whiskey. He dimly remembers that his brother, the president of the cattleman's protective association, lives and works in the city and goes to see him. His brother, shocked at both Boyd's mental and physical condition, takes him to a very special woman friend who quickly nurses him back to health. Fully recovered, physically at least, Boyd then begins a new career-troubleshooter for the cattleman's protective association. And in Kansas, where Boyd draws his first assignment, there is big trouble brewing. Violence. 1st novel in the "McMasters" series, 1995.
Down near the Rio Grande, Captain Boyd McMasters of the Cattleman's Protective Association is on the trail of a bunch of moonlight rustlers. Word is, the boss of the robbers is a powerful honcho across the border. Folks say this midnight cowboy has some mean hombres in his employ. But McMasters has the big .70 working for him.
Captain Boyd McMasters, of the Cattleman's Protective Association, is through with taking prisoners. He has already put Curly and Frank Dobbs behind bars once, for murder and rape. When he catches up with them for their latest crimes he has resolved to get rid of them permanently.
Cattleman Protective Association Captain Boyd McMasters is sent to Silver Creek, Texas, to investigate a case of cattle rustling involving four prize bulls worth about $20,000. That's enough money to kill for, it seems, because someone keeps drawing a bead on McMasters every time he goes into town. When McMasters figures out who's behind it all, he's going to lay down the law.
A twisted bunch called the Hell Killers kill and mutilate cattle before moving on to the ranchers and their families. The Cattleman's Protective Association is fighting back, and has sent McMasters to collect the bounties on the heads of the killers.