Britt finds himself being asked to add his voice to the church choir. It’s not the quality of the voices that is in need, but the organ. It has given up the ghost, and driven the organist to walking out. The town just has to have a proper Easter musical program, and everyone looks to Britt for help. But what can he do?
The pastor has more in mind than just hitting him up for a donation. Being put in charge of canvassing donations, Britt happens on a hideout for a gang of bandits. What? A gang of bandits in these parts? Why hasn’t the sheriff gone after them already? Britt’s name raises the hackles on the outlaws, but they aren’t quite sure what game he’s up to. Is he trying to shake down the aledged Mr Jones for cash? Not exactly, but listen in for the twist to the plot that raises all the money Britt needs for that church organ. A cute story, and proof that even a bad man can turn a good deed.
With a good deed done, the bad man gets a taste for it, and though the organ is long paid for, he just can’t stop. Still, what would a respectable Western story be without a little excitement? Will Britt find himself in danger before it’s all said and done? I’m not spilling any beans, but the twists won’t stop.