In the throes of the depression, America's heartland lay under siege to gangsters. When John Dillinger and Baby-Face Nelson slipped through the police barricade at Little Bohemia, Wisconsin in 1934, Hoover picked a former missionary from Preston, Idaho to lead the government assault on Chicago-area gangs: Sam Cowley.
Here is a window to Sam Cowley's life, his selfless patriotism, courage, and leadership. Reading this book, you'll come to know a friend and a hero worthy of the titlea hero for the ages. And you'll have one blazing story worth telling around the campfirea scoutmaster's classic.