Ever since Will Clay's wife and newborn son died in childbirth, he's been riding away from his past. Then he takes up residence with a rancher and his family, finally finding a sense of belonging. But when disaster strikes, Clay takes to the trail again. Only this time, he has a sense of purpose--seeking justice.
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