Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Kansas Territory is one of Bill Elliot's latter-day Allied Artists westerns--meaning that even the non-western fan is in for a treat (albeit a violent one). Elliot's brother is killed, which naturally prompts him to seek revenge. On his bloody quest for the guilty party, Elliot learns many facts of his brother's life that he'd rather not know. By the time he confronts the killer, Elliot has a pretty clear picture of how rotten his brother truly was, and how his death was not altogether unjustified. Elliot must also come face to face with the fact that he has become just as brutal as the man he's after.
brother, cards, cardsharp, con/scam, death, family-member, family-secrets, killing, outlaw [Western], return, revenge, ruthlessness, territory