by Carl Randal
It was the fall of 1890, a mere decade away from the twentieth century. But some parts of the west were still as wooly as they’d ever been.
Fairshot, Wyoming, is just such a spot. Jackson Haines is a household name in America, known far and wide as a dandy, a high-stakes gambler, and a sometimes lawman who’ll tame the wildest town—for a price.