Ghost riders. Bird men. Alien vessels. And justice for the killin' fields. Mack Cavanaugh claims to be a Nightrider, one of a band of infamous Texas outlaws from the late 1800s. Except he says they wasn't outlaws at all, just men tryin' to make things right in the unjust fields of Texas-the killin' fields. So begins a tale of the last years of the Texas Wild West-of oncoming civilization in all its savagery, a last ride by five vigilantes in the name of God, and a final confrontation with an evil unbound by time or place. MARC SCHOOLEY is a Texan, which may be empirically verified if you ever hear him speak. He is a Christian philosopher, theologian, Bible teacher, speaker, musician, and Christian fiction writer who welcomes you to communicate with him at www.marcschooley.com, a site that features quest appearances by MS Quixote-which may or may t be his alter ego (a special commission has been established to investigate this matter). However, MS Quixote wears glasses and Marc does t, so the mystery is a bit difficult to unravel. Nightriders is his third vel. Konig's Fire was his second, and The Dark Man was his first.