This is the first book, written in the style of Louis L'amour, in the five book saga of: Dean and Egan, the Story of Two families. These two families, drawn together by friendship as well as desire to give justice to the small communities in a raw Wyoming. They dealt it as it should be done, swiftly and surely.
They had little time or patience with those who wold take and waste lives of those who would strive for life in the harshest of environments.
The Deans and Egans were epitome of hard work, endurance, and justice in the late 1870.
To write as well as Olin does, there has to be research. He does very well and in some important depth. Too bad others don't write with as many hard images, almost touch and smell them, as he does.
— Kenneth Donaldson, engineer