Frank and Press Rannigun were drifting cowhands – two-fisted men who loved a fair fight, raw whiskey and fiery women.
Then Press won a two-bit spread in a poker game and settled down to the life of a rancher. Frank moved on to wear a tin star in a rough mining town.
Life looked good – wild and free the way Frank liked it – until the day he learned Press was to die at the end of a rope. He rode hell-for-leather back to the town that had framed Press on a murder charge.
And the townspeople were waiting – guns in their hands, hate in their hearts. Frank had no choice. He took the law in his fists and threw down a six-gun challenge to save his brother from the Shadow Of The Rope!
Title: Shadow Of The Rope
Author: Ray Gaulden
Imprint & Number: Permabook M-3095
Cover price: 25¢
Publication date: 1957
Cover artist: Tom Ryan