|Incident at Butler's Station (1967) [Novel]|
by Richard Wyler
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The West's worst criminals pass through the isolated outpost of Butler's Station before being moved onto Yuma prison. Today there's a special welcome planned here for the deputy marshal who's bringing in the notorious badman Sid Reece. Four other Reece boys are gathering to set their brother free, and a lawman will probably die in the process. U.S. Cavalry Sergeant Ed Blaine, already recovering from near-fatal wounds, is going to have to stop them somehow. But he knows there's even worse trouble riding their way. An Apache war party wants Butler's Station burned to the ground and everyone in it left dead, forcing Blaine to choose two kinds of poison. He can take on the Apaches alone... or he can join forces with five ruthless outlaws who have sworn to see him dead.
Original title: Incident at Butler's Station
Genre: Fiction→ Western→ Law and Lawmen