Fiction » Western
When the odds were the greatest Larry and Stretch, those trouble-shooting Texans, were at their formidable best. They were ambushed and wounded by a proddy posse of volunteers. First Larry made his break, then Stretch broke out of the Ketchtown calaboose. The Texas drifters were reunited for the final showdown with the lawless - a company of bank robbers masquerading as clergymen.
The Texans' defeat at the Alamo had embittered their bloody rebellion with the gall of revenge. Major General Sam Houston was determined to meet Santa Anna's superior forces on his own terms. It fell to three men of the Texas Light Cavalry to even the odds. At their lead was the "Ole Devil" himself, Jackson Baines Hardin. If anybody could pull off a behind-the-lines mission - he could.