Panhandle Justice: A Classic Western (The Crocketts Book 5) by Robert Vaughan
Best-selling author Robert Vaughan shows the human side of the wild west.
Riding through Texas, Will and Gid Crockett approach a cabin with the hope that the occupants will be friendly. But their welcome is rifle fire. Forced to return fire, they kill their assailant, then find, in the cabin, a beautiful young woman, bound and gagged. This is Victoria Westbury. Her father is Robin Westbury, an English Lord who owns Camelot, the largest ranch in the area.
When they return Victoria safely, her grateful father hires them to help him deal with a crooked government project that cuts off his water by damming up a river, cattle rustling, and treachery.
To Westbury and the other innocent ranchers of the valley, Will and Gid are godsends. To Will and Gid, it’s just another adventure, before they ride on in their endless journey.