Acclaimed western storyteller Giles Tippette delivers a truly exciting novel of family pride and frontier violence . . .
As boss of the Half-Moon ranch, the biggest along the Gulf Coast of Texas, Justa Williams is a chip off the old man’s block. But when the old man ups and asks him for a dying man’s favor, it’s Justa’ s duty to honor his words. Even if that means taking $25,000 of company gold and riding blind into the blood-soaked Cherokee battleground of Oklahoma Territory—to look for a man who may not even be alive and settle an old score. Odds are high things won’t end up well, but son of a gun, at least this son knows how to point his and fire off bullet after bullet . . .
Now, will a son pay for his father's past—in blood?
Praise for Giles Tippette and The Bank Robbers
“Like True Grit . . . a small masterpiece . . . brilliantly written.” —Newark News
“Spine-jarring, bullet-biting intensity.”—Houston Post
“Tough, gutsy, and fascinating.”—NY Newsday
“His fiction is taught and gripping.”—Houston Spectator