Thirty years ago, they came together on a war-torn frontier.
Now, they'll stand together once more—to honor one of their own...
It's a thousand miles from snowbound Montana to the Arizona Territory. But for Trap O'Shannon and Clay Madison, it's a journey they're duty bound to make—for the bravest man they'd ever known had made it clear: Captain Hezekiah Roman wanted to be buried in Arizona's dusty red soil. A train takes the fallen hero south, along with his two fellow Scout Trackers and a Nez Perce woman who once fought by their side. But as the veterans recall a tale that begins with a moment of blood and agony decades before, they cannot know that death is stalking this train... or that to a bury a hero, they'll have to risk their lives one more time.
Mark Henry brings the violence and raw beauty of the frontier to life in a bold and brilliant new saga that takes us on an unforgettable journey across the American West.
"Crackling with authenticity and page-turning tension. Mark Henry will become a legend."
—Richard S. Wheeler, 2005 Spur-winning author of Vengeance Valley