"e;Spillane is a pioneer of tough-guy ethics."e; --"e;Washington Post"e;
In the west legends are made one bullet at a time
Trinidad, New Mexico, is an oasis of civilization in an untamed desert ruled by outlaws, bank robbers and horse thieves.Sheriff Harry Gauge rules his town with an iron fist, a fast gun, and an unbridledthirst for power.
George Cullen sweated blood to carve a ranch from the wilderness.He'd rather take a bullet to the gut than give in to the greedy sheriff's land grab. Buta cattle empire isn't all Gauge wants--he also hashis eye on Cullen's beautiful daughter, Willa.
Cullen gets word out that he's hiring the fastest gunslinger money can buy to take on the sheriff. When a stranger rides in, townsfolk wonder if this is the rancher's hired gun. Wherever he came from, wherever he's going, two things are clear--the stranger won't be pushed . . . and his aim is deadly.
"e;Spillane is a master in compelling you to always turn the next page."e; --"e;The New York Times"e;
"e;Collins displays his mastery of Spillane's distinctive two-fistedprose."e; --"e;Publishers Weekly"e;"e;
The Legend of Caleb York
Kensington Publishing Corporation