U.S. Marshal. David Crockett Hall and Texas Ranger, John Barclay Armstrong have set out chasing men, each for their own reasons. When their paths converge in Kansas, they discover the men they were following separately have now joined together and are heading for a giant payday somewhere,, but where the two lawmen don’t know.
This story is about camaraderie, friendship, hardship and an unerring desire to complete their jobs at any and all costs.
Set against the background of the late 1870’s, the story takes us across the mid-west, southwest and into Colorado, unfolding a tale of two strangers becoming friends.
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What the reviewers are saying:
“In the tradition of L’Amour. Concise, vivid sentences. Multiple plot lines cleverly woven together. Brilliant visual imagery in concise words. Looking forward to more books by this author. Exciting without being crude. Inventive death scenarios. Quality wrap-up at the end. No loose threads. Shows knowledge of Old Weather. Excellent geographical orienteering without being wordy.”
“Darn fine western. I don’t read much westerns except for lying Louis L’Amour. This had a L’Amour feel with some updating. I really enjoyed it and recommend it heartily.”