After setting the time and period issues, Mr. Guinn tells a fascinating tale of how despite the great distances, hard living conditions, and personal ambitions of the participants, death and destruction could not be avoided. Justice has nothing to do with the OK Corral. The tale brings such realism to mind that you feel like you have to kick of the dust from your boots when you are done and get a shot of whiskey. In the final analysis, this was not a story about good vs. bad, lies vs. truths, or laws vs. the lawless. It is a solid story about who could shoot first to kill and and then live to justify it.
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