Three brothers lead the outlaw life. The eldest wasn't a killer and he knew he had to step in and stop Joe, the youngest who was a vicious killer. Fate brought them together in Arroyo Seco: Logan as a cowman, Joe as a hired gun for a sheep rancher and Emmett caught in the middle. Now it was brother against brother in a desperate fight to the death ... and which brother would Emmett have to join?
Dan Sweet promised Ben Gaultt to drive four thousand head of beef across the blazing Arizona desert. But there were too many people who didn’t want that beef to market. Nate Ringabaugh gave Sweet his first warning. Miles Littlejack had grimly fought Sweet for authority and Owen Mingo was doing his best to whip the crew into a mutiny. On waited in the shadows knowing Dan sweet had to die!
Colonel Mallory loved busting young lieutenants like dried sticks. So when he arrived at Fort Dragoon, he gave every lowdown, scum-eating duty in the outfit to Lieutenant Ben Hannibal. The colonel's orders were get Apache chief Togomasai: dead or alive. But Mallory and Hannibal knew they'd be looking down each other's gun barrels long before that!
John Paradise arrived in town the same time as a government payroll amounting to sixty-five thousand dollars in gold. And then Harry Rose arrived with his entourage in Spanish Flat. The gathered talent in town made the marshal itch. Then as four men were shot dead and the payroll disappeared, Marshal Jeremy Six knew he was refereeing a free-for-all between two bands of professional bandits.
“If the law’s only wanted when it’s convenient, then you can find yourself a marshal who thinks that way.” Jeremy Six took his badge off, mounted his horse, and rode away from Spanish Flat. So when Jeremy fell in with an odd pair—a greenhorn newspaperman and bespectacled ex-con—and the three were ambushed on the road to Rifle Gap, it proved beyond his ability to keep out of the action.
Jeremy Six, marshal of Spanish Flat, knew it was going to be tough enough to silence four drunken gunslingers raising the devil in a local saloon. But the blizzard brought the chilly-eyed killer riding in from the outlaw trail and the two-legged wolves from their rangeland hideouts. They’d all be playing hell in Spanish Flat. It would be up to Jeremy to survive … the night it rained bullets!
It was a hot, summer in Spanish Flat, and Marshal Jeremy Six figured on the usual amount of trouble. Until Ben Sarasen rode into town...Where Sarasen walked, so did trouble. Jeremy knew, there would have to be a showdown – and either he or Saracen wouldn't come out of it alive.
This is my personal account of meeting my twin flame. Initially our meeting struck penetrating fear into my heart. Simultaneously my powerful draw to him had me wondering if I had a death wish. Ultimately the intensity of our encounter catapulted me into spiritual awakening and a journey of self discovery.