"A full-throttle thriller, bristling with political, social, and ethical intrigue." -Luke Swanson, author of The Other Hamlet Brother
"Like William Munny in Unforgiven, Smith Driskill is tough and resilient." -Laya V Smith, author of The Lumbermill
When Smith Driskill, a 55-year-old east Texas farmer, widowed and abandoned by his children; dramatically executes child molester and murderer Rodney William Markum; he is unprepared for the ensuing media circus painting him as a hero or the political divisions that surface when he chooses death over a day in court. Why is Driskill determined to die on death row, and why have so many people pledged to stop him?