When the legend becomes fact, kill the legend.
The saga of gunfighter Samuel Pritchard continues in this violent story of blood and bullets from acclaimed Western author Sean Lynch.
THE DEVIL CAME DOWN TO IDAHO
As both a former Confederate guerilla and Texas Ranger, and now a U.S. marshal, no one knows the dangers of the frontier and cowtowns like Marshal Samuel Pritchard. A couple of wagon trains traveling the Oregon Trail have vanished and Pritchard’s got miles of bad road across hostile territory to investigate. But he must also reckon with a price on his head. Bounty hunter Captain Laird Bonner is the greatest manhunter throughout the west—and he’s as ruthless as he’s relentless in pursuing his prey.
Then the trail for both Pritchard and Bonner ends in an Idaho mining town named Whiskey Falls. Ruled by a man who earned his stripes in Andersonville, the town is a literal hell for everyone who lives there, slaving and dying to satiate their captor’s lustful greed. To escape, Pritchard and Bonner must declare an uneasy truce and take on an army of gunmen.
This is the story of Samuel Pritchard. A frontier-town peacekeeper who left many outlaws dead in the dust . . .
“ Riveting . . . bristles with hard-boiled authenticity.”
—Bestselling author Mark Greaney on Thy Partner’s Wife
“Sean Lynch spins a tale that is fast, fun and realistic.”
—Bestselling author James O. Born on Like Hell