Justice must be served when eighteen-year-old Billy Point is murdered on the Arizona-Mexico border. But the prominent family of the young man is incensed that the lawman chosen to go after the killers is a retired Arizona Ranger—John Shadow Briggs.
Shadow Briggs has never been one to shirk his duty—and this time is no different. The best of the best, he follows the cold trail of the murderers, muddied by the attempts of the young man’s hot-headed father to take the law into his own hands.
The re-telling of this last assignment, the steady pursuit, and the final outcome is the precious gift Shadow Briggs bequeaths an aspiring young writer. This is the story of how tangled justice was sorted by one man. Duty lies heavy on a man’s shoulders, and some things can never be forgotten. Such was THE LAST RIDE OF SHADOW BRIGGS…
The Last Ride of Shadow Briggs brought me back to the border country where I ranched on the Turkey Track spread. Fadala has managed to breathe life into the last of the Wild West. This one goes on the shelf with my favorite novels. —John Kane, American cowboy, Colorado
The Last Ride of Shadow Briggs is destined to take its place alongside Shane and The Ox-Bow Incident as a serious classic work in Western fiction. The characters come to life vividly and realistically. The story is unforgettable. — Jake Astor, Oregon
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I was raised in a barrio in South Tucson, Arizona, where to this day an ambulance driver may be mugged before he and his crew can help people. I spent the first ten years of my life in and out of hospital with chronic asthma and have been clinically dead twice. Well at 11, I have gone on to climb mountains. I have written 37 books.