Parade—a magnificent stallion worth twice his weight in cold cash. And many men had set out to capture this legendary prize. Some never returned. Some came back stony-broke. Others were ruined by desert heat and mountain winters.
But Silvertip was not an ordinary man. He was a dangerous cowboy who could rip out the heart of a mountain lion with his bare hands and shoot quarters out of the air.
When Silvertip hunted Parade he took only a rope and raw courage. But trailing him, guns at their sides, were two killers—who wanted Silvertip as badly as they wanted Parade!