Riders of the Purple Sage - Chapters 4 - 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 4 - 6 Summary

Chapter 4: When Judkins thunders to a stop in front of Jane, Venters, and Lassiter, Jane can see he's been shot. Judkins assures her it's only a graze, but tells her that rustlers have made off with her red herd. Jane's first thought is for the safety of the other night riders guarding the red herd. Judkins says there were no other riders; everyone except Judkins failed to report to work. At daybreak the rustlers showed up and chased Judkins for miles, trying to kill him. He informs Jane that none of day riders have shown up this morning. Jane worries that the rustlers have killed all her riders, but Venters suggests her riders failed to show for work because of behind-the-scenes pressure from the church Elders. Jane will not believe this, insisting that Venters is merely bitter about Mormons. Venters vows...

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