The Wild BreedLarge Print - 2002
As Ben Webber drove his buckboard into the town of Red Peak, he reflected that it had been just three years since his son had run away from home. Rumors about the headstrong boy with the hands of a gunman had reached Ben, but nothing had prepared him to bring home the body of the son who had been hanged for shooting a man in the back. But when Ben arrived in Red Peak, he found the locals on edge. Some even thought he had come to Red Peak for revenge. But most puzzling was that the gravedigger -- the only witness to the murder -- would not tell Ben where his son was buried. Something was wrong in Red Peak, and Ben Webster wouldn't rest until he had some answers.
Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., 2002, c1960
Branch Call Number: Western
Characteristics: 184 p. (large print) ; 22 cm