Ranger J.T. McCutchen is as black and white as they come. He likes his law with a long arm and short trial. He delivers the verdict via Colt .45, up close and personal. But protecting his Texas borderlands against the increasing turbulence of the Mexican Revolution pushes him to the brink.
South of the border and alone, he’s blindsided and left for dead. Fractured, both physically and emotionally, the once singular man is forced to either reinterpret himself or the world around him. His decision will imprint the history of nations.
TRIGGER WARNING: McCutchen’s origins are that of a racist, self-righteous SOB. He behaves accordingly in this story.