He was known only as Buffalo Bill Amos, and in the lawless territory west of the Chelmer river he was framed as an outlaw by the mysterious Two-Nib Kid.
His quest to clear his name took him across the whole of Essex County from Collier Rio to Clack Town and all places in between and with every gun against him – and that’s not to mention the whole of the Coq-Née nation being on the warpath at the same time.
“A tale of desperate people in desperate times” – Collier Rio Examiner
“A western classic by a master storyteller” – The Silver End Chronicle
“Comic-book? What comic-book?” – Pete Garrett