"The author doesn't spend much time away from the suspense and action of the story, keeping you submerged in the novel, turning page after page wondering what excitement is going to happen next... Enns continues to prove that he is one of the bright, up and coming Canadian writers with every novel that he releases. I thoroughly enjoyed the novel, and look forward to his next release." -Goodreads reviewer
1920. Life was simple for Billy Bronson. Living in the country outside of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, he and his father Frank were secluded and happily reclusive. Fishing, hunting, and farming were enough to keep Billy satisfied. That is until a hideous man named Clayton and his young partner murdered his father and torched his home to the dirt over a territorial moonshining dispute. Capone isn't a name the folks fear. It's Sinclair.
After the prohibition, under the roof of his neighbors, the Campbell's, Billy works almost hard enough to forget. But when Frank Bronson's killer stops at their farm in need of gas, Billy must face his harrowing past. With his identity unknown to the entire Sinclair organization, he investigates their illegal operations with hopes of finding his way to the man they call Sinclair and the truths he holds.
Revenge might be just down the road. Question is, where is this road?