When it comes to Western fiction, acclaimed writer Giles Tippette hits the bull's eye every time . . .
Saloon owner Wilson Young doesn't need the law to take care of business. But when he takes a train down to Galveston to look up a gambler who owes him a fat debt, he gets paid with a bullet in his chest. After getting out of the scrape alive--barely--Young heads back to San Antone to mend up. And plan his revenge. And draw on his outlaw past to settle a score--one bullet at a time.
Praise for Giles Tippette
“Tippette can plot away with the best of them.”--Dallas Morning News
“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
“Tippette can write rough and tumble action superbly.”--Chattanooga Times