His old friend Stack Lowery has invited him to partner on the 50-thousand acres of timbered range land, called the Slash Bar Ranch. There are a few surprises though, such as cows in the front room and Indians camped in the backyard. Then there's the pack of outlaws raiding the neighborhood, and two inept bank robbers bumbling through. Of course, the pacifist neighbors could use some help with the people wanting them off the land. Tap again takes up his guns, steels his courage, and hits his knees to help settle this part of the Old West.
©1997 Stephen Bly; (P)2000 Books in Motion
Great in tying up loose ends but and still leaving room for imagination for possibilities for the characters in the future. It saddens me that the series is over.
Roundhouse. The untrustworthy horse that proved his worth and even allowed Tap to pull a bullet out of him.
Yep, but all in this series were.
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