By William W. Johnstone, J.A. Johnstone
The maximum Western author Of The twenty first Century
An epic saga of the O'Briens, father Shamus and his sons Shawn, Patrick, Jacob, and Samuel, homesteaders combating to outlive the untamed Western desert. . . A USA at the present time bestselling writer whose novels ring with authenticity and gear. . . an exhilarating experience around the border of Mexico--up opposed to an enemy extra strong and lethal than any the O'Briens may ever envision. . .
New Mexico Territory is not any stranger to undesirable males. yet south of the border, at the wild Mexican sea coast, is one other form of depraved: a murderous Arab with a boat packed with stolen women--to be bought as intercourse slaves within the 4 corners of the realm. between them is a lacking neighborhood university instructor Shawn O'Brien has been looking for--a girl with a prior she's stored conscientiously hidden. Now Shawn, besides a half-mad undergo hunter and a pro hangman struggle their option to the coast for a blood-soaked conflict among the slavers and the U.S. army. while the motion runs aground, O'Brien will get his probability: to stand down an Arab sheik who gains from human distress. . .and makes a activity of slaughter. . .