The answer was a wild yell and the gleam of gun barrels in the moonlight. The Ranger’s hands flashed up and down. His first shot boomed before the outlaws could open fire. Then there was an explosion of noise and flame and smoke. The Ranger heard a choking grunt, a cry of pain and saw two men fall. His big Colts bucked in his hands and a third saddle was emptied. Now there was only one outlaw to be reckoned with - and Ranger Walt Slade knew he was finally face to face with the killer who left alive no man who stood in his way.