There was just one law in Shelby County, Texas: Draw first, shoot straight or eat lead
Hanging was too good for Ma Foley and her outlaw sons. Cold-blooded killers and proud of it, this homicidal family would gun a man down as soon as look at him. Folks in Shelby County knew they were under Ma Foley's heel, and there was nothing they could do about it and expect to live.
But then a federal marshal by the name of Jim Gantry rode into town with one of the Foley boys as his prisoner. Luke Foley had murdered an innocent man in cold blood, and Gantry aimed to see him swing, not just for justice but to show Ma that he was the law here, not her.
Of course that meant an all-out bloody war, in which the fate of law and order in the Texas Redlands would be determined.
AN OLD WEST CLASSIC BY THE POPULAR AUTHOR OF SUCH NOVELS AS REVENGE IN LITTLE TEXAS, FRONTIER ROAD AND THE GUNMASTER