Last Stand at Redwood

Last Stand at Redwood by Jesse Storm


Ace Knight is a small farmer in Ector County, following his late father’s credo – kill not for killing’s sake.

Not beholden to any other man, Ace accepts to be a lookout on the county’s annual cattle drive. Outlaws have been roaming the lands picking off as many cattle and goods as they can. Ace is confident there will be no trouble.

But things go horribly wrong. Escaping with his life, Ace is forced to reconsider his philosophy. Outlaws led by Black Eye Joe Baxter besieged towns, slaughtered men and defiled women, leaving no hope for anyone except in Ace Knight.

Struggling with his father’s teachings, and falling for Rose Baxter, an outlaw’s daughter he can’t completely trust, Ace will have to face his demons head-on, and come out guns blazing.

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