Ride Tall, Hang High (The Outlaws)

| November 9, 2013


Ride Tall, Hang High (The Outlaws)


They were the youngest-and some said the most dangerous-gang in history. They were just kids, but the savagery of the untamed West made men real fast.
Willy Boy: Small, wiry and dangerous, he watched his father get shot between the eyes by bounty hunter Deeds Conover when he was 14. He had been on Conover’s trail ever since, leaving a string of bloody corpses in his path.
Gunner: Six-feet-four inches of rock solid muscle, he was calm and strangely quiet. But inside him was a powder keg waiting to explode.
The Professor: At 24, he was the oldest of the gang. A college man. he had spent the last few years using his talents to knock over some of the biggest banks in the country.
Eagle: A full-blooded Comanche, he lived for the day when he would destroy the Army troop that had slaughtered his family in cold blood.
Johnny: Tough as leather and snake mean, he was an expert gambler and gunman who didn’t think twice about cutting down anyone who got in his way.
Juan: As fast with a knife as Johnny was with a gun, he made his first-and almost last-mistake when he sliced up a mayor’s son in a fair fight.

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