by Richard Dawes
In Black Rose, the Tucson Kid battles his way out of a town run by and for outlaws. Hoping for a rest, he rides into the sleepy village of San Ignacio. There he meets an old friend, a lawman who persuades Tucson to help him transport a murderer and a shipment of gold through bandit territory. Unknown to the lawman, Tucson is carrying a map to a silver mine worth millions of dollars.