A stunning novel of justice and survival by acclaimed western storyteller Giles Tippette.
Wilson Young got his stretch of Texas hardscrabble fair and square. Now a bunch of lowlife carpetbaggers have stolen it from under him. Taking his case to the law taught him one thing: justice was best served by pointing his gun and shooting—until every last miscreant was squashed under the heel of his boot. Now he’s a legend. That’s the easy part. Staying alive is going to take a lot more bullets . . .
“Like True Grit . . . a small masterpiece . . . brilliantly written.” —Newark News
“Spine-jarring, bullet-biting intensity.”—Houston Post
“Tough, gutsy, and fascinating.”—NY Newsday