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A cattle baron seeking to expand his empire targets a Texas town only to run across a pair of lawmen who can’t be bought—and prefer to deal in lead—in an electrifying Old West adventure that can only come from national bestselling authors William W. Johnstone and J.A. Johnstone.
TINHORN, TEXAS. HOSTILE TERRITORY.
To wealthy rancher Ira Dunellen, the frontier prairie land surrounding his spread is his for the taking. His cattle need room to roam and the one-horse town of Tinhorn, Texas is standing in his way. On the bank of the Neches River, the small community of merchants is just wasting a precious resource that Dunellen’s growing range needs.
As stray cattle wander into town, followed by rowdy cowboys, Sheriff Flint Moran and partner Buck Jackson start corralling up any man or beast disrepecting the citizenry and breaking the law. It’s clear Tinhorn’s law dogs are doing their jobs a little too well, so Dunellen hires deadly gunslinger Cash Kelly to put the blast them–all the way to Boot Hill.
But unknown to Dunellen, Cash Kelly hashis own reasons why he wants Flint Moran dead. . Bullets will fly. And the dusty streets of Tinhorn will be awash in blood . . .