McAllister 2: McAllister and the Spanish Gold
by Matt Chisholm
The Comanche Crossing—the dreaded width of the Staked Plain between the Texas brasada and Colorado. McAllister and a handful of men, with three thousand cattle, would challenge distance, thirst and the most dreaded Indians if they were to make it across in one piece. Easier said than done, because the Comanche reckoned McAllister owed them a life, and they were determined to collect in full.