In paperback for the first time, restored from his own transcripts, here are three prime examples of Brand at his best. In "Little Sammy Green, " a son has a difficult time living up to the reputation of his gunslinger father, until fate forces him to prove himself. "Black Sheep" is the story of a nine-year-old tomboy who comes up with a scheme to win an outlaw his freedom, even though it puts her own life in jeopardy. And "Safety McTee" tells of a gunfighter who earned his nickname by merely wounding his opponents. But when he's forced to shoot an old man in self-defense, he finds himself haunted by a lynch mob that doesn't appreciate his past mercies.