Take two men who have been friends for 25 years, have ridden many trails together, and are now possibly on one of their last. One is a "money" gun or gunslinger, the other a tracker and bounty hunter. The one a deadly shot, while the other can track anything moving day or night. Both are educated one from back east college, the other a half-Indian, agency educated by his school teacher mother. And there you have a combination of personalities that will entertain you through the 260 pages of this most recent western from the pen of Robert J. Randisi.
Faulkner is the 'money' gun and Henry Tall Fellow is the tracker, both are being paid to be on the the trail of the Jack Sunday gang, a bunch of no goods who have been raiding and murdering at will. Though many law officers have no love for either a gunslinger or a bounty hunter, several have wished both Faulkner and Tall Fellow the best of luck, with one even telling the duo to be sure and put an extra bullet in Sunday when they catch up to him.
Robert Randisi is an excellent writer who writes excellent westerns. This one is right up there with his best.
Recommended by this ole western bookaroo. And if you like this one, his newest release, TEXAS IRON, will be released soon from Leisure Book westerns.