(From the publisher):
Despite Iowa's statewide prohibition against liquor, Sioux City refuses to stay on the wagon. The saloon owners give a share of their profits to the city treasury to stay in business - and keep the newly established police force off their backs. But no amount of money can sway the Reverend George Channing Haddock from his fire-and-brimstone sermons against the evils of alcohol.
The city's police commissioner has asked Clint Adams to protect the preacher from those seeking a different kind of retribution. Although not a teetotaler, Clint cannot stand by and allow the holy man to get riddled with holes. And when the good reverend survives some attempts made on his life, he's grateful to have the Gunsmith as his own angel of vengeance...
Original title: The Sioux City War
Genre: Fiction→ Western→ Bad Men and Good
Fiction→ Western→ Gunfighters