Three of Wells Fargo’s top investigators died on the same day. It could have just been coincidence, of course, but Clay Nash didn’t think so. Not only were they colleagues of his, they were also friends, so when Jim Hume gave him the job of finding out the truth behind their murders, it was just about as personal as it could get.
But the trail ahead was fraught with death and danger. And when Clay finally overstepped the mark and had to quit Wells Fargo before Jim Hume could fire him, he suddenly found himself vulnerable to all the enemies he’d made during his long career as a troubleshooter.
No longer protected by Wells Fargo, a whole bunch of outlaws with a score to settle tried to ambush him, blow him up and generally hound him to hell. Before the truth of the case was revealed, he came frighteningly close to a slow, agonizing death behind bars … but when all the chips were down, he came back with all guns blazing!