JOHNSTONE COUNTRY. WHERE PEACE COMES FROM THE BARREL OF A GUN.
Whether serving justice as a Pinkerton agent or serving drinks as a saloonkeeper, Stoneface Finnegan always lines up his shots to kill . . .
GONE TO DEADWOOD
Allan Pinkerton believes Rollie “Stoneface” Finnegan was the best agent to ever wear the badge. So he’s sent dewy-eyed sleuth-in-training Tish Gray to convince the ex-lawman to get back on the horse for justice. As co-owner of Boar Gulch’s Last Drop Saloon, Stoneface is content slinging booze into guts instead of bullets. But when his partner Jubal “Pops” Tennyson needs help to rescue his daughter, Stoneface saddles up to take a hard ride into hell.
Their destination is Deadwood, South Dakota, the notorious mining town and outlaw haven where folks can dig up a gold fortune or dig their own grave. Pops’ daughter is being held captive by the infamous Al Swearengen, owner of the Gem Saloon, supplying whiskey, wagering, and women to the desperate, the destitute, and the dangerous. As naïve, young Tish goes undercover at the Gem to find Pops’ daughter, Stoneface and his partner are pinned down in the Black Hills by every trigger-happy gunslinger looking to collect the dead-or-alive bounty on Stoneface’s head . . .