Craig Harlan was a city man and he hated the West. But his father, who had struck it rich on the old frontier, was determined to change that. His will left Craig only one asset: a ranch. At first despised as a tenderfoot, Craig had to buck the schemes of men who tabbed him as an easy mark. The West was out to break him. But Craig Harlan matched shot for shot to prove he was not just a green kid who would tuck tail and quit when the going got rough.