From the back cover: "Ezra Riley has fought hard for the life he now lives. After finally putting to rest the demons of his childhood. Ezra has settled into a comfortable life as rangher, writer, and occasional lay minister. But when his wife Anna brings a battered young woman into their home, a string of events is unleashed that will shake the very foundations of Riley's faith, home and life.
Unknown to Ezra, a disturbed environmental terrorist is lurking in the hills of the Riley family ranch, laying plans for Ezra's destruction. In the midst of battling this intruder, Ezra must also stop an attempt to take his ranch and resist the wiles of a confused young woman tormented by the evil that controls her.
In this intense conclusion to the Ezra Riley trilogy, John L. Moore deftly portrays one man's struggle for his life and for an understanding of the Limits of Mercy." 268 pages.