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Saddle up and ride the hot and wild trails of the old frontier with the Revenger, Mike Sartain, as he rights wrongs for those in need... The Bittersweet War When Mike Sartain, the Revenger, rides into the Big Bend country of West Texas, he's hard on the trail to Old Mexico, for bounty hunters and lawmen are clogging up his back trail. Only, as it often does, trouble finds him in the Davis Mountains, in the little town of Bittersweet, which turns out to be appropriately named. While the women of Bittersweet are sweet, indeed, they can also be bitter...but for good reason. Secrets abound in the town and in the mountains, as well, where a dead man of questionable identity molders in a shallow grave. A couple of pretty girls draw the Revenger into the Bittersweet drama, but he soon wishes they hadn't...especially when the Chaney family feud turns deadly and leaves the Revenger out cold at the bottom of a remote desert canyon, a feast for the carrion-eaters. Gold Dust Woman A beautiful ranch woman from Lincoln County, New Mexico, wants Mike Sartain to kill her husband, a county sheriff under Pat Garrett. The woman thinks her husband, possessed by an evil Apache spirit, murdered their three young sons. Is Everett Chance really evil or is his wife loco? But that's only the beginning of Sartain's problems. He's also tracked the last surviving killer of his beloved Jewel to the town of Gold Dust where, sporting a couple of the Revenger's own bullets, Scrum Wallace is being protected by a handful of Lincoln County renegades, including the Gold Dust town Marshal. Two jobs have overlapped, and the tall, handsome Cajun finds himself in a whipsaw!
On his way out West to find land of his own, Ben Tower finds and rescues beautiful Mattie Sullivan, the lone survivor of a doomed wagon train. Ben and Mattie soon fall in love and plan to travel West to start a new life together. But the trail westwards is never easy, and wild animals, greedy ranchers, flash floods are just a handful of the hazards they encounter, not to mention Ben's past catching up with him. Will they ever fulfill their dream of establishing their own little empire in the West?
The rich and powerful Traffords are relieved when their eldest son, Tom, returns home safely to the family ranch after the war. When his wartime partner and hero, Clayton Grady, shows up too, the homecoming celebrations rock the county.
It was a hard land that bred hard men to hard ways. King Mabry survived by his guns. He wasn't proud of his deadly skill, nor was he ashamed. He just lived with it every hard day on the frontier. When a traveling theatrical troupe hired a ruthless killer to guide them through the Wyoming wilderness, King Mabry--his guns at the ready-set out to follow their trail, and not blizzards, nor Indians, nor the wily guide would stop him.
Henry Mullins, a young cowboy from Southern California, sits back and watches the woman he loves marry someone else. That's when he decides to leave and ride off into the great unknown. Intending to get to Los Angeles, he is forced inland by marauding Mexican bandits and eventually into the Sierra Nevadas, where he starts to trap wild animals to stay alive. Coming across a bi-annual meeting of trappers, he begins to learn the tricks of the trade and takes up trapping seriously. Attacked by wolves, bears and the elements, Henry gradually learns the art of survival. And then he comes across a teepee with a beautiful squaw and her dying grandfather inside. Henry's life begins to change. Winter sets in high in the mountains, Henry's first. And it turns out to be the biggest battle Henry has ever faced.
Rancher Cage Clayton has been hired to track down a man who years
ago left a destructive path in his wake. Though he doesn't know
what Lissome Terry looks like, Clayton knows his target is in
Bighorn Point, so finding him shouldn't be too hard. But when the
town Marshall only gives Clayton a week to find his man, catching
him will be anything but easy...
Stranded with the cowboy While out on the range, cowboy Josh McCall finds himself the victim of vicious sabotage. Now he's stuck in the wilderness with no-one but Kate Carrington. The rough 'n' tumble rancher must use all his skills to survive, his willpower to protect Kate, and his determination to resist their mutual attraction. Until Josh makes one fateful decision that could jeopardize their bliss...and their lives.
This is the story of a range war, the story of a railroad right of way, of murder, greed and corruption littering the long dark trail from the East Coast of America, to south Texas. This is the story of the township of Serenity, and the people who live and die there. Above all it is the storyof Louise Kettle a frontier woman and her love for the ageing gunfighter, a living legend, a man with a voice in the White House. He rides that long dark trail leading back from thehollows of western Kentucky, and on to theslaughterhouse they call Shiloh. He is the fastest gun south of the Picket wire, and always behind him is a stone cold killer on a mission from God. This is the story of the pistolero, shootist and gentleman, Rio Jack Fanning: the Undertaker....
City dweller John McCall never expected to be out in the High Sierras of 1868 on a wild-goose chase to find the Chiltons' supposedly lost grandson. But now that he's out here, things have gotten even more complicated, mostly due to wildcat Penny Scott. She's not like any woman he's ever met--comfortable in the woods, with a horse, and with a gun. When Penny and John are taken against their will by a shadowy figure looking for evidence they don't have, both realize they've stumbled into something dangerous and complicated. With their friends and family desperately searching for them, Penny and John must make a daring escape. When they emerge back into the real world, they are confronted with a kidnapper who just won't stop. They must bring a powerful, ruthless man to justice, even as this city man and country woman fight a very inconvenient attraction to each other.
Black Moon rages against the white invaders of his Black Hills homeland, but it's a losing effort. Only one thing now keeps him going - his need to kill Birch Rose, the Lakota warrior's elusive enemy. The hatred is mutual, because Black Moon killed Rose's father. But Rose faces his own struggle against Dakota Territory land-grabbers, and he must trust his friends and Deadwood's legendary sheriff Seth Bullock to help him save his family and bring hired killers to justice. Fate, however, has one more challenge for Rose - a final showdown with Black Moon, a face-off only one man will win.
Gold fever hits eighteen-year-old Andrew Colton. August 1863, Andy rides into the southwestern New Mexico Black Range, where Birchville is headquarters for anything gold. Andy pans unsuccessfully for gold, and, by first snowfall, he's done. Apaches raid Birchville, then head into the mountains. Friend Thomas O'Malley convinces Andy to go with him farther into the range to Mogollon, a mining burg. Apaches wound Andy and kill O'Malley. Andy stumbles into already-raided Mogollon, where he meets Dawson, a runaway slave. Dawson hides Andy when his brothers come looking. Apaches seize Andy and Dawson. The Apache leader, whose only objective is revenge for his brother's death, uses Andy as a lure for Andy's brothers. The Apaches, the Coltons, and Dawson fight for their lives.
William Tell Sackett had followed a different path from his younger brothers, but his name, like theirs, was spoken with respect and just a little fear. Where Orrin had brought law and order from New Mexico to the plains of Montana, backed up by the gunfighting talents of his brother Tye, Tell Sackett's destiny drew him to Texas after he had to kill a man. There, in the high, lonesome country, he came upon a vein of pure gold. All he'd wanted was enough to buy a ranch, but he soon learned that gold had ways of its own with men.
New in the Spur Award-winning Herschel Baker series
A high-country train trek turns into a blizzard-bound trainwreck-from-hell for Roamer as a gang of gunmen run roughshod on the rails. They blow the safe, abscond with a mysterious young woman, and torch the train, leaving passengers to burn in the midst of a blizzard. Trailing death in its wake, the gang heads to the high country with Roamer dogging them on foot, the only man bold enough to track them-until he's joined by his cantankerous old mentor, tough-as-nails mountain man Maple Jack. The men converge on the gang in the maw of a fresh and vicious blizzard that unleashes its merciless might. With righteous rage and hard justice their only allies, Roamer and Maple Jack prepare for a final showdown at . . . Timberline.
Gat Hammer is a young cowboy who has decided to use his savings to buy himself a ranch as the cattle drive arrives in Dodge City. Having earned a big bonus, he deposits his wages in the town bank for safe-keeping. As the rest of his fellow wranglers paint Dodge red, Hammer rents a room in the Deluxe hotel, totally unaware of the fact that outlaw Emmett Holt and his gang are in town to rob the bank. Wealthy lawyer Mason Dwire has planned and hired the Holt gang to make them all rich. It seems that nothing can stop the merciless bank robbers until young Hammer realizes that his savings have also been stolen. The Cheyenne cowboy gets riled and when his trail boss pal is gunned down in the shadows, he rides into action with guns blazing.
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