It was the deadliest weapon in the West--a gun that could down a whole regiment, a whole Indian tribe of a whole town without even trying. They called it the Devil Gun.
Captain Dusty Fog of the Texas Light Cavalry had orders to capture that gun from a pair of Union Army fanatics--and out to stop him was the entire strength of the war-crazy Indian nations. The odds were not good. But Dusty had no c
Amid the rage of civil war, Captain "Dusty" Fog laid down his arms in truce for the sake of an enemy soldier. Fog felt that it was a matter of honor that he should challenge the charges. Dusty soon made a shocking discovery—Union fanatics were experimenting with barbaric forms of warfare. Should he break the truce and expose the horrific plans? It was a matter of honor ... and time was short!