Synopses & Reviews
Borden Chantry never wanted to be a marshal. His plan was to wear the badge until he could raise enough money to buy cattle. But he was good at his job of riding herd on horse thieves, drifters, and drunken cowpokes. Now, a well-dressed stranger lay dead in the street, seemingly the victim of a cold-blooded murderer. With few clues to go on, Chantry knows only one thing for sure: the killer lives in this town. But who can it be; The ruthless saloon owner . . . the greedy banker . . . the town courtesan; The closer he gets to the truth, the closer Chantry gets to becoming the next victim.