When con man Tim Doyle McPherson walks into the small town of Pocatello, Idaho, he has one thing on his mind. Gold. And lots of it. The town is bulging with stories of the Blackfeet Indians cache of gold nuggets the size of cannonballs, and Doyle aims to lay his hands on the entire treasure. With a colorful cast of "victims" including a seven-foot giant Blackfoot Indian named Lump, a gambling sheriff, a barber-turned-deputy, a dynamite-crazed Chinaman, and a curious young Irish lass, Doyle has his work cut out for him. In this fast-paced and hilarious book on tape, Ron Carter transports us back to the frontier days of old Idaho and proves that the West wasn't won by shoot-outs and gunslingers, but by some quick-thinking ingenuity and a little bit of luck.