One of New York City's most successful publications sends its Wild West correspondent to get the story of the killer known as the Jack of Justice. As Crayne delves into the mystery, he finds the real story is deeper than he expected. Crayne soon finds himself riding with the outlaw instead of writing about him, until the outlaw leaves Crayne to face men who want to silence him. Crayne rides with Fire Buffalo Dawn, a woman driven by rejection from both the white and Indian worlds. Outnumbered and outgunned, Crayne and Fire Buffalo Dawn try to turn the tables on those who are responsible for the deaths of outcasts as they risk everything in a high-stakes showdown.