A crotchety old recluse hires Clay to get an injunction against trespassers coming onto his property. In the process of doing that, Clay is astounded to run into a famous general who was ... See full summary »

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A crotchety old recluse hires Clay to get an injunction against trespassers coming onto his property. In the process of doing that, Clay is astounded to run into a famous general who was supposed to have died heroically in battle, but is now very much alive. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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A Woman's Perspective
9 December 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I will admit I was tired last night when I watched this episode, but it was putting me to sleep! This isn't one of the better episodes. From what I got out of it, there was a fight over some land. Lucas Broun wanted Clay to do something about it since Marshal Scott couldn't. But when Clay came to the cabin, he learned that the man there was a general who was supposed to have died. Clay was sworn to secrecy over the fact. But soon trouble came.

One of the men, Ernie Weems, I think, was killed. Slack blamed Lucas Broun, and Lucas Broun blames Slack. We know the truth but I'll let you find that part out for yourselves, as well as the end results to this.

In the end, three people were dead and one wounded.


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