Faced with a dwindling land mass to patrol, the US deputy marshals have concentrated the outlaws into the twin territories, Oklahoma Territory now given over entirely to white settlers and Indian Territory still inhabited by the original tribes. In this third book of the They Were Lawmen trilogy, Charley and Abe Barnhill struggle to keep white gangs out of their area and to adjust to the onset of a culture bent on wiping out tribal rule. Dragging in more and more criminals, the deputies find the Fort Smith jail bulging to the seams.
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In this second book of the They Were Lawmen trilogy, the brothers strive to make sense out of random murder and the greed of the whiskey peddlers. Who will succumb to the inevitable ambush or shoot out: the prey they seek or the man fighting beside them?
Civil War veteran Colson Rodgers leaves the Union Army in the closing days of the Civil War to return to his hometown of Black Ridge. As he battles his way home he saves the beautiful, but mysterious, Kanya from a group of carpetbaggers intent on robbing him.