The Guns of Hell Valley By

A powerful novel about the untold, deadly aftermath of the Lincoln County war, and the desperate men, aflame with hate, who rose up for one more, final battle.

Near the center of New Mexico, where the Guadalupe and Sacramento Mountains rise high above the sea of grass and desert, lies the bloodiest earth in the Southwest, the site of the bloodiest private war in western history — the Lincoln County Cattle War. But in the ashes of the epic struggle, the wounded and the hateful were left behind, outcasts desperate for survival, led by a gun man who swore to bring them home from hell.