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...? small masterpiece...?rilliantly 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
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