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Riders of the Purple Sage - Chapters 22 - 23 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 22 - 23 Summary

Chapter 22: Black Star and Night ride swiftly down the trail. Bess calls Venters' attention to approaching riders. Bess recognizes Tull's white horse amid the band of horses and men. Venters shouts for Bess to ride and she spurs her horse into action. Venters spurs Night and follows her through the sage. Tull's men drive their own mounts at top speed in a desperate race to catch the blacks and their riders. Venters is surprised at how quickly Bess draws away from him. He had forgotten the legendary skill of Oldring's Masked Rider. Tull's men fire at them but it is too late; he and Bess have outdistanced them. Tull's men give up the chase. Venters knows they will follow Lassiter's trail now, into Deception Pass. He and Bess slow their horses to a trot and find their way back to the trail again. Together they...

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