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The Two-Gun Man – Stafford is a cattleman from the Two Diamond ranch whose herds are being devastated, so he goes to the town of Dry Bottom in order to find help. He meets Ned Ferguson who starts working undercover as a stray-man at the ranch, with an assignment to dispose rustlers, but his attention is being sidetracked by Mary Radford, a lovely neighbor who lives near the ranch. The Coming of the Law – Kent Hollis is a young journalist who lives on the East, but when his father dies Hollis returns to Dry Bottom, where he inherits the ranch, and also his father's newspaper – Dry Bottom Kicker. Soon he finds out that the whole town, the county, and sheriff are being controlled and intimidated by a crooked cattleman named Bill Dunlavey, and he starts a decisive and dangerous campaign against him. "Firebrand" Trevison is a cowboy, an owner of the Diamond K ranch and a stand-up guy who isn't afraid to speak his mind and fight for what is right. Expanding of the railroad from the town of Dry Bottom gets him in conflict with Mr. Corrigan, who is trying to cheat landowners of the county. As always, there is a pretty woman involved. Charles Alden Seltzer (1875-1942) was a prolific American author of western novels. He wrote his westerns from the experience of living on his uncle's ranch in New Mexico. Seltzer's best works include The Two-Gun Man, The Boss of the Lazy Y, Drag Harlan and West. Many of his novels were turned into Hollywood movies.