There are worse things than facing death. Pinkerton range detective Levi Hill had faced death so many times it was almost routine. But something about the Ten Sleep Murders nagged at the corners of his mind like an ominous warning of his own impending doom. Then the truth came crashing in on him, and he had to face an impossible decision: uphold the law as he was sworn to do, or rescue the only woman he had ever loved. Whatever he did, he would probably die. Raw fear lifted the hairs along the back of his neck as he took up the reins of his horse and nudged him forward. He was about to face the most formidable task of his life.