RIDE ON THE WILD SIDE
They came of age in a lawless land—former cowboys and wage earners who'd found another way of life. Now they were the most famous outlaws in the West: the Wild Bunch, led by' Gentleman Bill Doolin and sparked by the nerve of Sam Dalton, known as the Choctaw Kid. The Wild Bunch held up banks and trains across the Territories and Kansas. But the boys lived by their own code, proud that they'd never killed during a robbery— no bank clerk, train crew member, lawman, nor bystander.
The Oklahoma Territory town of Ingalls turned a blind eye to the outlaws, who spent their money in the saloons and whorehouses. But while Sam Dalton wavered between giving up the outlaw life to marry a pretty teenaged prostitute and busting his brother Emmett out of federal prison in Kansas, the U.S. Department of Justice was massing an army of lawmen to raid the outlaw town...and shut the Wild Bunch down for good.
"Max McCoy is one of the finest of today's new crop
of western writers."—Don Coldsmith. author of Runestone
THE SEQUEL TO THE AWARD-WINNING NOVEL THE SIXTH RIDER
THE WILD RIDER
HE WAS ONE OF THE LAST SURVIVORS OF THE INFAMOUS DALTON GANG…
NOW HE’S RIDING TO DESTINY WITH THE WILD BUNCH
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