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Gilman James comes home from Iraq - the last of three childhood friends to return. His brothers-in-arms are mere shadows of their former selves - Gil, unmarked, determines to take care of them. But how far should a man go for the people he loves?

Stepping across the line between right and wrong, Gil finds himself stranded in the Texan desert - as a bank heist he's planned goes horribly wrong. Pursued into the badlands by US Marshal John Whicher, a moment of violent reckoning is set in train.

What makes an outlaw? Marshal John Whicher thinks he knows. But can natural justice ever outrank the law?

©2014 John Stonehouse (P)2018 John Stonehouse

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A great listen and a great story!

I enjoyed this book very much. The story was interesting and the characters and their flaws were well written. I loved the narrator. He did a fantastic job bringing this story to life. It kept me guessing as to how it would end.

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Narrator's voice appropriate for this story

This is the first audio book I have listened to. I enjoyed it and the narrator's voice was appropriate for the story. His voice is deep with a Texas accent. He spoke slowly but fast enough to keep the story rolling along. I could understand who was talking when there were conversations. This audio book was very relaxing to listen to. This is an interesting story set in Texas desert country.