Trail Town Justice
Anyone would have trouble keeping the peace in the Nebraska cowtown known as "Little Texas"-even Marshal Clem Brackett. With whiskey-drunk drovers shooting up saloons, roughing up whorehouse girls, and generally raising hell every night, the lawman keeps his guns loaded and his cells full.
But that was nothing compared to the trouble riding in with Texas cattle baron Tyler Kane. Two years ago Kane's brother got himself killed in a fight with a local cardsharp named Stanhouse. Now Kane is back with a passel of tough wranglers to even the score, Texas-style.
Kane finds the man he wants to kill locked up in the marshal's jail for pumping a greenhorn full of lead. Waiting on circuit justice is not what Tyler had in mind, and suddenly Brackett is facing off against Kane's crew, who are hell-bent on either lynching the gambler or turning Little Texas into ashes.
ONE OF THE EARLY WESTERN CLASSICS BY JASON MANNING, AUTHOR OF THE BESTSELLING FRONTIER NOVEL HIGH COUNTRY AND THE GORDON HAWKES MOUNTAIN MAN SERIES.