by Edgar Wallace. Originally Published in The Grand Magazine August, 1927. No matter where he goes, Don Murdock finds it impossible to escape the ghosts of the past! Don Murdock came to the territories with three guns and a breaking heart. At least he had tried to keep the rifts wedged open and still preserved the similitude of hopeless grief and .unconquerable despair. It had been easy enough that night when the New York skyline was falling astern and he had looked over the side of the Berengaria and had seen, almost on the verge of tears, the pilot's hazardous climb to the waiting boat. Continue reading