What sort of men rob a train, and after they have their loot and can make a clean getaway, start shooting everyone on board? Billy Young doesn't know the answer to that question. But one of the passengers they kill is his brother, and Billy intends to do whatever it takes to find out. Once he does, he'll exact his vengeance. He'll do it with pleasure. And he'll exact it in blood.
Wyoming is now a state and the legislature down in Cheyenne is making plenty of brand new laws. But not much has changed out on the range. The big outfits still make the rules, and if the little operators and the lawyers and the politicians don't like itwell, there are ways to convince them otherwise. That is a lesson they plan to teach everyone who needs to learn it. They try to teach it to nineteen-year-old Billy Young, but Billy is stubborn. And a slow learner. There's only one rule Billy cares aboutthe most basic rule of all: Blood for Blood.
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About the Author
Robert McKee has had a number of jobs, including service in the military, radio announcer, disc jockey, copywriter, court reporter, and municipal court judge.
After school in Texas, Bob settled in Wyoming, where he lived for over thirty years. He and his wife Kathy now make their home along the Front Range in Colorado.
His short fiction has appeared in more than twenty commercial and literary publications. He's a recipient of the Wyoming Art Council's Literary Fellowship Award, as well as a three-time first-place winner of Wyoming Writers, Incorporated's adult fiction contest, and a two-time first-place winner of the National Writers Association's short fiction contest. One of his stories was selected to appear in the prestigious annual publication Best American Mystery Stories.