"A bullet to the front of the head demonstrates good marksmanship. A bullet to the back of the head demonstrates good judgment." So quotes John Wesley Hardin, one of the infamous killers of the old west. But, like modern day killer Henry Lee Lucas, was he more of a bragger than a killer? Or was he more of a serial killer than a gun slinger? Was it the loss of his only love, Jane Bowen that drove him over the edge? Or was he just born to be a killer? Find out. Author Brian Lee Tucker takes a new perspective on the many tales about John Wesley Hardin, painting a completely different picture of the man who claimed to have killed 42 people without feeling any remorse or guilt, and even bragging about his heinous crimes.