Stephen Bly (1944-2011) authored and co-authored with his wife, Janet Chester Bly, more than 100 books, both historical and contemporary fiction and nonfiction. He won the Christy Award in the category western novel for The Long Trail Home, from The Fortunes of the Black Hills Series. Other novels were Christy Award finalists: The Outlaw's Twin Sister, Picture Rock, and Last of the Texas Camp. His last novel, Stuart Brannon's Final Shot, finished with the help of his widow, Janet Chester Bly, and three sons--Russell, Michael, and Aaron--was a SELAH Award finalist. She just completed her first solo adult Indie novel, Wind in the Wires, Book 1, Trails of Reba Cahill.
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Wind in the Wires
A cowgirl searches for love and family. An old man seeks justice. They take a journey together that exposes lies and betrayal. Will the truth be too hard for either to bear?
Daring Rescue at Sonora Pass
A stagecoach arrives at the Joyton family's Butterfield Stage Line in southern Arizona with a dead man inside. Fourteen-year-old Drew Joyton suspects foul play. When a suspicious stranger appears, he and his sister plot a risky action to save lives. Or are some hostile Apaches to blame?
Cowboy For A Rainy Afternoon
A '49 Plymouth. A 10-year-old boy. Six old cowboys and a lady in distress. All the fixings for adventure on a rainy afternoon in 1954 Albuquerque.
Aim Low, Shoot High
Hap Bowman and Laramie Majors search for Hap's long lost love, Juanita, and fund the journey with odd jobs like rounding up wild horses near the Texas Mexican border. This time they cowboy with GPS and night vision goggles to avoid land mines.
Creede of Old Montana
An ex-cavalry soldier searches for Army pals who don't show for a reunion. Instead, he stops a bank robbery and confronts two beautiful women. One wants his ring. The other wishes him dead.
Catcher-Of-The-Sun Runs High
Two Indian youths compete to win honored favor in their tribe. As young men they fight to save their families lives. This short story provides background character sketches for the novel, Stuart Brannon's Final Shot.
Throw The Devil Off The Train
It's 1880 and Catherine Goodwin has got to escape from her Virginia hometown. She heads west to marry a childhood friend. Race Hillyard heads west with vengeance for his brother's death on his mind. Fiery, opinionated, quick to react, they despise each other at first meeting. But can they team up long enough to throw the devil off the train?
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