Revenge on the Mogollon Rim: A Peter Ott Western

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Young Peter Ott gets entangled with a rancher's wife and is forced to leave home. He becomes a deputy in Durango, only to be shot during a gunfight. He learns the rudiments of becoming a fast gun from a gunman whose future death he is sworn to avenge. As a deputy in Globe, an Eastern manufacturer pays Ott to avenge the death of his son who was hung along with two other cowboys by vigilantes on the Mogollon Rim. Ott learns who killed the cowboys, but cannot bring them to justice, but he reports most outlaw deaths ...
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Young Peter Ott gets entangled with a rancher's wife and is forced to leave home. He becomes a deputy in Durango, only to be shot during a gunfight. He learns the rudiments of becoming a fast gun from a gunman whose future death he is sworn to avenge. As a deputy in Globe, an Eastern manufacturer pays Ott to avenge the death of his son who was hung along with two other cowboys by vigilantes on the Mogollon Rim. Ott learns who killed the cowboys, but cannot bring them to justice, but he reports most outlaw deaths to the manufacturer as Rim assassins. For each, he gets paid. Also, Bull Davis, who owns mining and agricultural interest, pays Ott to avenge the death of one of his ranch foremen. Ott arrests a man named Champion for the bushwhacking of Bull's ranch foreman. Ott tries every strategy to egg Champion into a gunfight, but Champion is too clever until Ott tricks him in Globe. The final revenge is acted out on the Mogollon Rim.


Author Bio: Utah born Taylor Jones, holding BS and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Utah, was Associate Professor of Engineering at Iowa State University, an executive in the ceramic industry, and former editor of Ceramic Industry Magazine. He lives with his wife in the mountains of Arizona.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780595092796
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/17/2000
  • Pages: 212
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.48 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 25, 2000

    Description by Taylor Jones, the Author of Revenge

    REVENGE ON THE MOGOLLON RIM (ISBN 059509279) by Taylor Jones Deputy Peter Ott, forced to leave his father''s ranch due to an indiscreation with his neighbor's wife, uses his badge to pursue his own goals. Description: Young Peter Ott gets entangled with a rancher¿s wife and is forced to leave home. He becomes a deputy in Durango, only to be shot, because of his inexperience, during a gunfight. He learns the rudiments of becoming a fast gun from a gunman whose future death he is sworn to avenge. He becomes a deputy in Globe, chasing down various outlaws throughout Arizona. An eastern manufacturer pays Ott to avenge the death of his son who was hung along with two other cowboys by vigilantes on the Mogollon Rim. Also, Bull Davis, who owns mining and agricultural interest, pays Ott to avenge the death of one of his ranch foremen. Ott learns who killed the cowboys, but cannot bring them to justice, but he reports most outlaw deaths to the manufacturer as Rim assassins. For each, he gets paid. Ott arrests a man named Champion for the bushwhacking of Bull¿s ranch foreman. He is acquitted by a fearful Lincoln County jury. Ott tries every strategy to egg Champion into a gunfight. Champion is too clever until Ott tricks him in Globe. The final revenge is acted out on the Mogollon Rim.

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