The crash of twin shots faded away in the quiet air. Cameron stood, tall and hulking, above the crumpled body of Tobin Ringo, the fastest man with a gun in Texas - until 30 seconds ago. With Ringo dead, Jonathan Corey's trap had failed. Now Corey knew it was up to him to get the lone man standing there in the street, the man who meant to wreck his empire. Corey moved toward him, his men following slowly, closing in. Cameron waited, gun in hand.
Protected by smuggled rifles, Black Cat, dreaded Seminole chief, leads his tribe across the Mexican border into Texas - and into bloody warfare with the US Cavalry.
There were hard times in Texas in 1875 and plenty of trouble, fights and killings in this tale of ranchmen and cattle rustlers which sees good men pitted against bad.