Folks looked upon Clint Christian as a kind of Robin Hood—the kind of outlaw who robbed from the rich and gave to the poor. They couldn’t have been more wrong. Christian was a cold-hearted killer who was sacrifice anything—and anyone—to get what he wanted.
When he pulled off a seemingly impossibly robbery and left a pile of bodies behind him, Wells Fargo detective Clay Nash figured to be the one who brought Christian to book. One of the victims had been a friend of Clay’s, and that made it personal.
But Clay’s boss, Jim Hume, wanted Christian brought in alive, to hang for his crimes. And to guarantee just that, he partnered Clay with Dakota Haines, a shotgun-wielding range detective who was willing to play even dirtier than the man they were out to catch.