Annie is an unsuccessful small town bar owner who reluctantly accepts the opportunity to join Ben, her brother, for a gold heist worth
$500,000. She soon realizes her mistake when Ben bungles his part of the plan, ensuing a cat and mouse game of deadly results.
Ben comes to town with a nefarious plan to rip off a wannabe gangster out of some un-smelted gold. He fails and spends the rest of the story
trying to make up for his selfishness.
All David wants is to retire to his Montana cabin. Instead, he stays in town to support Annie with his grit and Colt .45.
Bill believes in the THREE G’s; God, guns, and gold! The latter of which brings him into the story and within grasp of the McCloud brothers.
Wyatt McCloud is a simple countryman who mines gold and wishes for peace. But peace takes a back seat when his family's honor is challenged.
Jesse McCloud is the mute younger brother of Wyatt. Something is wrong with this guy, and his animalistic bloodthirst only grows as he is
unleashed on Ben and the gang.
James “The Minnow” is the cousin of the McClouds and also a priest... sometimes. When he’s not blessing the wine, you can find him
assaulting bystanders with muffins and pumping AK-47 rounds at anyone who crosses the family.
Kyle is Ben’s best friend, sidekick, and fellow vagrant. He consistently shows his bumbling nature but has nothing but love in his tiny little
Charlie is a cop. Charlie’s dad was a cop. It takes an honest man to be the law in a small town. His life is contentedly predictable. The only
thing he never saw coming was his love for Annie and where it would lead him.
A wannabe gangster who admires sandpaper grit. He's not from here and may have met a rougher crowd than he could ever imagine.
Paul "No Balls" just wants to be part of the action as Mr. Leonard's henchman. His loose lips gets him into more action than expected.
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