John Cameron was going home for the first time in nineteen years, but his homecoming would be far from what he was anticipating. He couldn't wait to tell his best friend, Jack Marion, about his trip to Alaska, and what he found there. His exuberance turned to shock, when he learned that Jack had been hung, for murdering him. How could somebody get Jack convicted for murdering his best friend.
They were born, neighbors, on farms, in southern Iowa, and their families moved to the same area in northeast Kansas at the same time, just prior to the Civil War. They grew up together, played together and shared their families hardships and heartaches together. They were like brothers.
John was determined to find out who was behind this deceitful act. In his quest to expose and execute those responsible, he found himself in danger.