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The One-Way Trail

Ridgwell Cullum

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .You’ve got a man to deal with. Do you understand, eh? A man.”

“A devil,” Elia muttered, his eyes gleaming.

“Well, at this moment, perhaps, a devil!” Will retorted, giving the boy’s arm a cruel twist. “How’s that?” he inquired, as the boy gave one of those curious cries of pain of his, which had so much likeness to an animal’s yelp.

“Oh, that’s nothing to what you’re going to get,” his persecutor went on. “We do the same here to boys who kill chickens as we do to those who kill and steal cattle. We hang ’em, Elia, we hang ’em. How would you like to be hanged?”

Will watched the working features. He saw and appreciated the terror he was causing, the suffering. But he could draw no further retort.

As a matter of fact he had no definite idea yet as to what he should do with his captive. He was Eve’s brother, but that did. . . Read More

Community Reviews

A great Western

There’s gold digging, cattle theft, cousin rivalry over a woman, love, honour, betrayal… even a saloon with swing doors where fights occur. Ridgwell Cullum’s novel set in a sleepy Montana village circa 1900 offers everything - and more - that one would expect in a Western. For me thi

Great book.

GreAT book. This is ridiculous that we must write a review before we can remove a book from my kindle.

Life in small towns

Nice little read. Very pleasant book and captures the imagination quickly and keeps you there. After watching numerous westerns and reading them as well it's not hard to guess the outcome but it's still a good read, more importantly there's a message throughout I believe applies t

Good book,

Lots of hardships ,in a small town just south of the Canadian border near Edmonton. men in town were in competition for leadership and liking to hang to suit their own laws.