Though years have passed, James has not given up on finding his mentor’s murderer. When he is caught in the middle of a train robbery, he sets out after the outlaws to recover the money they’ve stolen from him. Tracking them leads him to the small town of Eaton, where a bank robbery takes place minutes after he rides in.
With the town’s lawmen killed and wounded, Stone takes over temporarily, but all hell breaks loose with the arrival of Ike Langley’s gang of thieves—and James Stone finds he’s been PUSHED TOO FAR…
Branson stepped forward and shook out a gunny-sack. “Toss everything in here.”
An elderly woman seated in the front row, hiked her chin in defiance. “What if I don’t choose to give up my possessions?” When she looked behind her at the men, hoping for support and not one moved, her hopes sagged.
Clint Easy pointed the six-gun at her. “Then I’ll just shoot you. Now, follow orders.” Color drained from her face. Her hands trembled as she dug into her bag.
Murphy Branson stepped in front of her holding the sack and jiggling it until she dropped in a small wad of bills and some coins.
Branson spied the gold band on her finger and or-dered, “The ring, too!”
Tears pooled in the woman's eyes as she worked the wedding band off her finger then dropped it into the sack.