The Trail Dust story continues as Joshua and his deputies set up a base camp for operations in Cheyenne, Wyoming. He enjoys his time with Mac and his nephew. But a lawman has no time to rest. He and his deputies get a plea for help from a local rancher whose cattle are being rustled and finds out there is more going on than meets the eye. Joshua discovers how men can change their ways for good and bad when he is accused of a crime he didn't commit. Can an outlaw be the answer he needs for help in clearing his good name with the people of Cheyenne? Joshua learns that revenge can reach beyond the grave when a dead man wants it bad enough.
©2015 John Miller (P)2016 John Miller
This book pick up right where the previous book ends. It is loads of fun to read, and I really felt immersed in the book. The author John Miller gives deep and rich character development, and I really got to know and understand the characters. The vocal talent Mark Clason really brings a vibrancy to all the characters and made listening a real treat. Definitely recommend this book.
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