The gunfighter known as Brolin was thought to have been dead for the past ten years. That was until Red Mike Stall and his outlaws hijacked the westbound train and attempted to murder everyone on board. Stall recognized Brolin from the old days and left him to burn in the abandoned church with the other passengers.
He should have shot Brolin then and there because the gunfighter managed to escape and now is dogging the bloody trail Stall has left in his wake.
With the help of Emmett King, a greenhorn storeowner who lost his son to a stray bullet from the outlaws, the pair eventually catch up to Stall in the town of Miller’s Crossing.
In a final bloody showdown, can a dead man win the day? Or will a killer continue his murderous rampage across the high country?
And what is the secret Brolin is hiding?
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About the Author
Brent Towns writes under the pen names of B.S. Dunn, Sam Clancy, and Jake Henry. Brent explains, "My passion for all things western started at a young age when the first movie I saw was “How The West Was Won.” From there it was mostly movies until I was 13 and a close family friend gave me a small bag of western books to read. And as they say, the rest is history. "I would devour authors such as George G Gilman, Louis' L'Amour, and Marshall Grover. That though was only the tip of the iceberg. Australian authors such as Keith Hetherington and Paul Wheelahan were also on the menu. "I would consider myself a late starter to the western genre because my first book, “Last Stand in Sanctuary” wasn't written or published until 2015. "Since then other titles have come along such as “High Valley Manhunt”, “Fury At Bent Fork”, the soon to be published “Brolin”, and the all new, action-packed “Drifter” series.