Cedar Rapids in 1884 was a place where Les Graves had a chance to finally earn the respectability he always wanted and to marry the woman he loved. Then his brother T.Z. came into town, bringing with him trouble with a capital T. It seemed that T.Z. and his friend Neely had a big plans for the local bank where Graves happened to work. And they were counting on graves help to pull off the heist. All Graves got in return for his loyalty was a hard cot in a drafty cell until a rivalry between two local sheriffs gave him one shot at freedom. But before Graves could return to his peaceful life and the pursuit of the woman of his dreams, there were a few more twists in the trail. with trouble around each bend.
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