1887 Montana, swirling snow and piercing cold drive the three men on horseback as Tenet tracks alongside the rancher Israel and his local taxidermist and doctor friend, Jo. Last year the two had killed, and mounted as trophy, a wolf-like creature. Tenet knows from long experience that the thing had to be a Shunka Warakin, local name for a type of the Fallen. Jo may not think much of such "supernatural hogwash" but that doesn't stop it from existing, or being even more dangerous than Tenet's companions could fathom.
This adventure is short, a swift punch in the gut that takes your breath away, but well worth the read. If you have not yet met Tenet by way of The Truth is Out There, do yourself a favor and read that as well! Tenet himself is not a simple or easy character to get to know, but every adventure will have you rooting for him, whatever his ultimate fate may yet be. Now that I've read this second adventure, I'm on to read Ambush, third so far in the Tenet's Tales stories, hopefully with more to follow!