A new century is coming, but Arizona is not ready to enter the 1900s. Rampant lawlessness is preventing it from attaining statehood, and the local law cannot contend with the rustling and killing. Into this chaos comes a man dedicated to his badge and an honorable pursuit of justice. Events are soon to compromise his personal code, however, and he's drawn into a dark crusade of revenge and retribution. There are men who need killing, and it's time to take off the badge? When Good Men Ride is a tale of vast proportions, running the gamut of action and emotions found in a cast of characters brought together by convoluted paths of fate. Enmeshed in the fabric of actual historic events, it is a story of mystery, romance, and violence told with classic style and insight into the fading Victorian values of its time and the people who were fading with them. We are presented with a rich assortment of men and women of depth and passion, friendship and love, hate and murder, and among them all is a kind and philosophical hero against one of the most brutal antagonists ever brought to the pages of western fiction.Lewis, Chuck is the author of 'When Good Men Ride A Novel of the West', published 2005 under ISBN 9780595378968 and ISBN 059537896X.