Having kicked up dust that will take far too long to clear, Benjamin and his gun-slinging companions choose to make amends rather than flee from the law which has finally caught up with them; a decision that Benjamin is sure is the right one to make.
However, what Benjamin hasn't accounted for is that their atonement would call for a foray into the notorious Walling Moor to rub shoulders with people who bring back bitter memories of his past. Having rejoiced that he was finally free to live his life as he wished with the man he loves, Benjamin is disappointed that he must be separated from his partner Morris, but he is determined to do anything he must to find his paradise.
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There's an uprising on the Indian reservation, and only one man can stop it.
Renegades have been selling rifles and firewater to the Sioux - and a rebellion is imminent.
Ex-army scout Lance Costigan is deputed to act as a detective on the reservation, tasked with putting a stopper in the local arms trade and preventing the uprising.
He rides into Black Boulder to confront Eben Shaintuck, a notorious gunrunner.
But what about the other two men, menacingly armed with six-guns?
Even if Lance survives this encounter, his job has only just begun.
There's only one certain thing in all this: it will be a long, hard struggle to restore peace on the reservation.
Mystery at Black Boulder is a gun-slinging, high octane Western in the classic tradition.
Praise for A. A. Glynn
'A classic story of adventure and courage in the Old West.' - Tom Kasey, best-selling author of Trade Off.
Anthony Arthur Glynn was born in Manchester in 1929, and had a disrupted wartime childhood, including enduring the Luftwaffe's blitzing of the city in 1940 and 1941. Drawn to art and writing from an early age, be quickly became interested in all kinds of books and devoured popular fiction. He started work as a textile designer in Manchester at sixteen and studied the subject at Manchester Regional College of Art in the evenings. After two years' National Service in the army, he became a reporter on a weekly newspaper in Cheshire during his early twenties. Since retiring, he frequently visits the US, researching authentic backgrounds for new Western novels. His other western adventures include, Sixgun Showdown, Guns Across Red River and The Lonesome Gun.