Where a Good Wind Blows
There was a momentary lull in the shooting and he heard a woman scream. “Oh my God! They’ve got Rosita!”
John Meadows has been forced off his Wyoming ranch, shot and left for dead by gunmen working for Harold Wayne Winston. Jake Summers of the Box T discovers Meadows just barely alive, and sets in motion an undercover plan to win back the Meadows Ranch. First, Summers and his friend Tom Scott must convince Winston and his gunmen they are simply down and out cowhands needing work. What they discover is an assault on their sense of right and wrong. Getting Meadows his ranch back won’t be easy and they could die trying. Things get complicated by the sudden return of Sarah Meadows, the old man’s daughter. She assumes everyone working for Winston is behind her father’s disappearance and not to be trusted, in fact in the case of Jake Summers should be shot on sight. She has her own plans for discovering the truth and securing justice. This nail-biting western set in the late 1800s is as big as the Wyoming landscape where the story unfolds. Sooner or later good must stand up and there can only be one outcome. However, cattle stampedes, prairie fires, gunplay and some unsavory characters stand in the way of justice.