If the lynch mob didn't get him, a hanging judge would. Even though he was innocent! Matt Campion had come to Harmony to begin a new life as a rancher, only to find himself unjustly accused of murder. Now, even if he could escape from this jail cell he would have to outrun Albert Toon, the lawman they called "The Mantracker." He was a human bloodhound. And he'd follow Campion to the ends of the earth if he had to. Because the man Campion was accused of murdering was Albert Toon's brother.
by Ray Hogan
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