When Will Perry was killed by the notorious Clell Kingston gang, the outlaws had no idea that Perry was a friend of Clint Adams … or that the Gunsmith would come after them, fixing to arrest them and make sure they stood trial for the murder.
In any case, Kingston and his men were safe enough, weren’t they? They were holed up in a place called Exile.
Exile was a myth, a legend, not a town exactly, but a place that rivaled The Hole-in-the-Wall and Robber’s Roost as a hideout for outlaws to spend the winter.
Which left Clint with a problem.
How was he going to get close to Exile without getting his head blown off? As far as Clint can see, there was only one answer … and that was to pose as an outlaw himself.
With the help of a sexy journalist who also wanted to see justice done, the Gunsmith set his trap. And he caught Annie Bolt, a female outlaw who also hid out in Exile. Annie was a black-haired beauty who would handle any man as easily with her undoubted charms as with her swift-as-lightning gun.
But when Clint’s cover gets blown, there’s a very real chance he might join Will Perry six feet under …
About the Author
J.R. Roberts is the pseudonym for Robert J. Randisi, an American author who writes in the detective and Western genres. He has authored more than 500 published books and has edited more than 30 anthologies of short stories.