By T.D. Zummack
Two brothers on opposite sides of the law . . .
Life is hard in 1869 Nebraska for the Warner family and brothers Colt and Brick. After the tragic loss of their mother, their father decided to take his sons west to California–but he dies along the way, leaving Colt and Brick, aged just twelve and ten, to finish the trip and fend for themselves in the Wild West.
With the help of a former gunfighter, Jim Borden, the pair forge their way together–until Brick decides to become an outlaw. After years on opposite sides of the law, the two find themselves locked in a showdown where they must decide what matters more: following their own paths or their shared bond of brotherhood.
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