Major Lex Kearney, dishonorably discharged from the army for cowardice in battle, has actually volunteered to go undercover to try to prevent raids against shipments of horses desperately needed for the Union war effort. Falling in with the gang of jayhawkers and Confederate soldiers who have been conducting the raids, he gradually gains their trust and is put in a position where he can discover who has been giving them secret information revealing the routes of the horse shipments. Written by
Doug Sederberg <firstname.lastname@example.org>
When they said that Kearny had disgraced his woman... That's When He Reached For His Rifle!
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Did You Know?
When Major Kearney has his shirt painted yellow for his drumming-out, the paint did not go all the way down to his trousers. Later when he's escorted out, it's now all the way down to his trousers. See more
Lt. Col John Hudson
Erin, you know what I would do if I were you? I think you ought to go home to your son. This is a man's world out here, and you don't belong. But remember this: people don't always act the way you expect them to. It doesn't mean that they aren't fond of you, or they don't love you. It simply means they may have a star to follow that's stronger than any personal tie.