The man who lost this horse musthave been working for you. I should have known. But you changed your brand, Ethan.
McKendrick’s tone is different now —
A lot of things changed when my father died.
Emmett lays the reins of the pinto across the front of McKendrick’s saddle, but they might just as well be a gauntlet. McKendrick picks them up. He and his men move down the street. Emmett walks over and takes Augie beneath his
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Cobb sits with his boots up on his desk. McKendrick sits in the shadows across the room.
He must be pretty good.
He’s good, all right. Too good for my men. That’s why you’ve got to take care of it.
What about his brother?
We’ll handle that. He’s careless.
Cobb looks out the window.
Things are getting messy around here.