The love of the right woman can make a good man even better. When it is cut short, it can set off events that will take a disastrous toll. In a place where it is easier to die than live, former U.S. Deputy Marshall, Clay Bardoe, has everything taken from him by the lowliest of outlaws. Bardoe goes on a manhunt in 1893 Oklahoma Territory, to right the greatest of wrongs.
When words like bad, horrendous and abominable can't capture the true nature of the evil Bardoe faces, he realizes that every angry moment of his life must be used to get revenge. But anger has consequences and those consequences take Bardoe down a path with no return.
In Killing Bardoe, Book One of The Calamitous Breed Trilogy, International Indy Book Award Winner for Fiction, Keith Remer, brings a Western saga so gut-wrenching it will leave you questioning if, in the deepest parts of man, there may be something even worse than evil.