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Some said the man they'd cloud-danced from the tallest cottonwood in the Panhandle was innocent. Ty Stoddard knew that takin' the law into your own hands could get a man a parcel of land on Boot HIll and the law in Oldham County happened to be Ty's brother-in-law. But when two Diamonds D beeves were found buried on the sheriff's spread, Ty figgered that the only law that worked was the kind each man enforced himself. Two wrongs didn't necessarily make a right, but with his .44s belted at the waist and the Henry rifle in his saddleboot Ty bowed to send one last message to that sorry bunch of cow thieves and this time he'd write the message in blood.