A Josiah Wolfe, Texas Ranger Novel
From the blood he spilled during the Civil War to his beloved wife, who died in childbirth, and his daughters, who were taken by the flu, ex-Texas Ranger Josiah Wolfe thought he had seen enough death for one lifetime. Now, with an infant son and a heart full of pain, he's rejoining the Rangers as part of the Frontier Battalion. But first, his captain needs him to escort Charlie Langdon to trial.
Wolfe and Langdon had a long history together as both lawmen and soldiers—until Langdon's lust for blood and money made him an outlaw. Wolfe knows his old friend has to pay. But the ride to the hangman's noose isn't going to be easy. Langdon's friends aren't going to give him up without a fight. And Wolfe's killer instinct may be his only chance to see his son again...
Praise for Larry D Sweazy
"Combines the slam-bang action of a good Western with the sensitivity of style and depth of character that used to be the hallmark of literary fiction."
—Loren D. Estleman, five-time Spur Award-winning author
"Raw, wild, and all too human...a thundering testament to just how good the Western novel can be."
—Johnny D. Boggs, Spur Award-winning author
"A character-rich story about a Texas Ranger haunted by dark memories, on the hunt for a former comrade-in-arms turned killer."
—Elmer Kelton, seven-time Spur Award-winning author
"Ris[es] to the level of a classic."
—Loren D. Estleman