Plot Summary

  • John Goodnight crosses paths with a stagecoach under attack and comes to the rescue of its passengers, one of whom is a beautiful woman who may or may not have been a prisoner being transported by a detective who did not survive the attack. Their journey together takes them to a gambling riverboat, where Goodnight discovers her true identity.

    - Written by Anonymous
  • It's the late nineteenth century in the Wyoming Territory, known as one of the most lawless regions on the continent. John Goodnight, a traveling circuit court judge, hates lawyers, even when he was one himself, but believes in justice. On his professional travels, he saves Lucy Truffaut, a proper young woman traveling by stagecoach with a Pinkerton guard to her home in Philadelphia, as the stagecoach is ambushed. What John is unaware of is that Lucy is truly a grifter, wanted in three states for her criminal activities, and that the Pinkerton guard was not there for her protection but to escort her to jail in Fort Collins, Colorado. John is also unaware that the seeming Apache ambush of the stagecoach was orchestrated by Col. Cyril Knox, formerly of the cavalry. Angry and violent Knox, once having professed to love Lucy, is now out to kill her for using him. As John continues to accompany Lucy on her travels, they will still have to contend with Knox and the Apaches, all with John unaware of Lucy being wanted, that is unless John's keen sense of human perception can see through Lucy's veneer to who she truly is as a person.

    - Written by Huggo


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