EYE OF THE KILLER
by Gardner F. Fox
Originally written for MANHUNT #11 (1948) and published by Magazine Enterprises
HE had come to Buckskin City to kill a man. He looked around the little town, his face bent over a flaring cigarette, the weight of his holstered six-guns low on his thighs. Dave Kelvin had ridden his paint pony in and out of a lot of cow towns from the Chisos Basin to Deadwood, killing men. Sometimes he wore a star-badge, but more often he did not.
Buckskin City was just one more frontier settlement with five times as many saloons as there were general stores. Maybe here his luck would change. Maybe here he would find the man who'd gunned down his father when he was only a button. Maybe—Read More