"Darnell Baynes and his sons had left their Louisiana farm to escape the carnage of the Civil War. Darnell had raised his boys to shoot fast and work hard and treat a lady with respect. But living day-to-day, never settling down in one place, takes a till on the strongest of men. And surviving on the frontier is a long, lonely battle... After so many dark years, the future finally looks brighter for Ward Baynes. He has a beautiful wife, a prosperous life, and a two-year-old son to tend. But their peace is about to be torn away by the Trampes, a ragged band of outlaws riding out of the Baynes' past. They plan to settle an old score-and make some cash in the bargain-by kidnapping Ward's son for a stiff ransom. But they forgot one thing...Ward has family. And they would never let a Baynes ride alone. Before the smoke clears, the Trampes will wish they'd never so much as touched the blood kin of the Baynes Clan..."--BOOK COVER.
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