(From the publisher):
It was called No Man's Land, a notorious stretch of hell on the eastern end of the Oklahoma Territory. This was Indian country, and it was where Caddo Pierce and his gang of Indian outlaws had chosen to roam. Pierce knew the law - federal lawmen could not arrest Indians unless they committed crimes against whites - and he took advantage of it. Cutting a swath of murder and rape through Oklahoma, Caddo knew he could not be pursued by federal marshals or Texas Rangers. The only thing he hadn't counted on - Quint McCannon.
McCannon has reached a dark point in his life. Troubled by the loss of his wife and son, his failure as a cattle rancher, and the endless bitter trail he seems to be riding, Quint is looking for a way out. He sees that exit when a judge informs him that a chief of the Indian Police has asked for help in stopping these killers, assistance that cannot be officially supported by the law. McCannon knows it is a suicide mission - one man without a star against a cadre of murderers - but he can't refuse the call for help. Either he will bring back Caddo Pierce or his days of pain will be over.
Original title: Return to No Man's Land
Genre: Fiction→ Western→ Bad Men and Good
Fiction→ Western→ Hired Man on Horseback