Johnny Pearl, former Confederate soldier turned outlaw, was one of the fastest guns in the Old West. But that was before he found redemption in the love of a good woman, the beautiful Katie Small Dove. Finally free to put his violent past behind him, he and his young wife began homesteading in the Dakotas and even dared to start a family. Then one day Captain Antioch Drake, a rogue U.S. Calvary officer, arrived on the Pearls' property, looking to avenge the massacre at Little Big Horn. Within minutes Johnny's house was on fire, his pregnant wife dead, and he himself swinging from the limb of a cottonwood tree. Normally, that would be the end of his story--except for the arrival of a wandering medicine show owned by the protege of a certain Dr. Frankenstein.
Johnny Pearl Is Dead. Long Live Lynch.
Now in paperback from Open Road Distribution. Cover art by Stephen R. Bissette (Swamp Thing, Tyrant, 1963, Taboo)