Steven Law is destined to become the Louis L'Amour or Elmer Kelton for the newest audience

of western fiction readers.

Brigadier General Robert W. Enzenauer


Author Steven Law has that unique writting ability to draw you into his story, then hook

you with great characters that keep you completely engaged from the first page to the last.

This is the new generation of the western.

D. B. Jackson, author of They Rode Good Horses




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After serving an eight year sentence, for a crime he didn't commit, Ben Ruby is paroled from Yuma Territorial Prison. Along with detailed knowledge of a 300 year-old Spanish Galleon buried in the dunes of Imperial Valley, Ben uses a treasure map, in the form of trinkets, to set out to find the ship. If following up on an old tale wasn't difficult enough, Ben has to outrun the man that put him in prison, as well as a breach in a Colorado River dam that threatens to flood the entire valley.