A case of mistaken identity marked O’Brien out for death the minute he rode into Nebraska. A feud had erupted between the local farmers and a scheming loan agent who figured to sell them out. Both sides pegged O’Brien as a vicious gunman named Wes Dexter, who had been hired to settle the matter with violence. That made him a hero to some.... and a target for others.
However, there was more to it than just that. What was the secret of the Morrison farm, for example? What would happen when the real Wes Dexter showed up? And why was O’Brien still marked for death even after he had left the Cornhusker State for far-off Wyoming?
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