They rode into Austin Springs stirrup to stirrup, six men with guns in their belts and blood in their eyes. The minute Town Marshal Sam Judge clapped eyes on them he pegged them as trouble. He was right, too, because by sunset Death had called and the blood on innocents had been spilled in the town's quiet and dusty streets. Almost before he knew it, Sam – once a celebrated town-tamer whom Ned Buntline himself had called ‘The Pistol Prince' – found himself embarking on a vengeance hunt. A boy Sam hadn't seen for fifteen years was connected with the killers, so that made it personal. But first and foremost, Sam was a peace-keeper. Convinced that the law would hang 'em all, he wanted the outlaws to have their day in court. The only thing he never reckoned on was the fact that they might very well kill him before he could find and catch them.