One More Hill to Hell concerns Dan Grimshaw‚ who rides for Caine Pomeroy. Pomeroy’s Kingpin Ranch is in the process of ruthless expansion. Melissa Olmstead‚ an attractive widow‚ has been holding out against Kingpin’s eviction notice to her. Grimshaw‚ at the risk of his own life‚ breaks ranks and makes one last effort to get Melissa to give in. When again she refuses‚ Grimshaw is confronted with a moral dilemma‚ one that could put him in as much jeopardy as she is.
In Against the Law Marshal Mark Kennicott has kept the town of Cameo Crossing peaceful. He shoots Billy Ringo in a saloon when he believes Ringo has a hide-out gun. Although no hide-out is found on Ringo‚ the town council demands that Kennicott resign. But if Kennicott does quit‚ the entire town will once more be at the mercy of lawlessness.
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