When Chip Benedict's gang stole the borax mine payroll, it wasn't so much a robbery as a massacre. They left twelve bodies behind them … including two people who'd meant a whole lot to Wells Fargo special agent Clay Nash. From that moment on, Clay lived only for one thing – to track down the Benedict gang and make sure every man-jack of them paid the price … bullet by bullet.
But sometimes vengeance isn't quite so clear-cut. Clay shot it out with five men, only to learn that there was a sixth one out there, somewhere. A sixth man who would get away free and clear unless Clay could find him and use the sixth bullet in the chamber of his Colt to put him down for keeps.
There was a price to pay for the borax mine robbery … a price that was higher than anything Clay or his opponent could possible imagine