Lance “Ham” Hamilton thought he’d said goodbye to his dangerous life as an Army Ranger—no roadside bombs, nobody shooting at you. Little does he know that the violence of the Middle East is waiting for him in America.
Ham had made the kind of promise you don’t break to his dying Army buddy Mac. After their tour ended, they’d planned to “play cowboy,” just like days gone by. So Ham headed out West to a job waiting at The Lost Circus Ranch on the River of No Return, smack-dab in the middle of a million acres of “Nowhere, Idaho.” It was as good a place as any to disappear, cowboy up, and forget the past. Ham was looking forward to it. He’d had his fill of blood, sand, rocks, and following orders.
But sometimes the past doesn’t stay the past. It seems no matter how far Ham goes, the wars of the Middle East follow. When Ham finds out his neighbors next door at Lone Wolf Canyon ranch aren’t running a summer camp, but instead, a secret terrorist training camp, he knows that justice must be done. And there will be blood.