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The daring and the doomed...

It’s the last chance for Jacob Gamble—roughrider, outlaw, and man of a few principles. Nearing fifty and flat broke, Jacob bends his own rule about robbing trains. But by the time he reaches the payroll safe on a Rock Island train, he finds another thief there first—with a bullet in his head. Jacob is caught holding the bag … and turned into hero. A broke hero.

In a place called Damnation Road...

Shackled by unwanted fame, running from a life gone wrong, and raising the suspicions of a Pinkerton detective, Jacob listens to a woman: beautiful and tattooed by the Indians who seized her as a child. Olivia Weathers knows of a treasure hidden in a cave along the Jornada del Muerto—a merciless hundred mile stretch of hell on earth guarded by Apache warriors. Now Jacob will follow Olivia into the most savage and deadly territory in the southwest—where few ever come out alive.

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About the Author

Max McCoy is an award-winning novelist, screenwriter, and investigative reporter. In 1992, he won the 1992 Medicine Pipe Bearer’s Award for Best First Novel from the Western Writers of America for The Sixth Rider, a novel about the 1892 Dalton raid on Coffeyville’s banks. Hellfire Canyon, McCoy’s fourteenth novel, was named Best Paperback Original by the Western Writers of America in 2008. His other westerns include I, Quantrill, A Breed Apart, and Into the West, the novelization of Steven Spielberg’s epic television miniseries.