Alone, these justice fighters are dangerous enough. Together they’re a wild bunch known as the Jackals. Now, national bestselling authors William W. and J.A. Johnstone are turning them loose . . .
Holed up in a West Texas way station after a savage Indian massacre, ex-cavalry sergeant Sean Keegan, bounty hunter Jed Breen, and ex-Texas Ranger Matt McCulloch are making good on a promise to a dead man: deliver his blood-soaked stash of $50,000 to his kin . . . especially when the dying man promises them five grand.
The trio, soon to be known as the Jackals, aren’t all that honest, but they have one thing in common: they keep their word, and they gave their word to a dying man. It’s rough enough backtracking over warpath country. Worse, turns out the loot they’re hauling is the stolen property of the vengeful Hawkin gang, and these prairie rats are merciless stone-cold killers. But McCulloch, Keegan, and Breen aren’t riding for their own lives. They’re protecting a prisoner in tow, a hot-as-a-pistol female who can shoot with the best of them. The Jackals are ready for a showdown, and may not live to spend that $5,000.