Larry Holbrook may have been a green teenager but even he knew it was a bad idea to throw in with an owlhoot like Sundance. It ended badly with the murder of a Wells Fargo worker. Trapped - maybe he could still do something to redeem himself, out-gunned as he was. And when Clay Nash bought into the fight, the odds got a little better. Still, men were going to die before justice was finally dealt.
Blaze is an outlaw who knows there’s more to killing a man than just pulling a trigger. Blaze is no random killer. He hunts four men. Four brothers who once made the mistake of leaving him for dead. Four brothers who don’t know their lives are burning on a short fuse. Blaze closes in slowly. There’s no room for shots in the dark and if Blaze can’t hit a bull’s-eye every time—he’s a dead man.
When a man plays both ends against the middle, there’s always the chance the deal might just blow up in his face. But the man who figured to turn outlaw leader Lincoln Rand in for a new identity, a ranch all paid-for and a lifetime free from prosecution himself, wasn’t worried about that. Too bad. He should have allowed for Rand’s powerful reach … even from behind the bars of a tough Texas jail.
Posset was the stranger who held it. Chavez was the Mexican who worked it and Geronimo baptized it with blood. Arizona was a wild, forbidding land. The Indians had possessed it since the beginning of time, and they prized their freedom. The white men were newcomers who hungered for gold, silver, cattle and the land itself. Their clash was bloody and violent with Joe Blade in the middle of it all.
Published: November 20, 2018 by
Fiction » Western
Stagecoach driver Whip Roundel and his shotgun guard Cosum Beech find themselves with their hands full. Not only must the collect a wedding gift but also confront one of the most evil men on the frontier—a depraved and despicable killer called Catamite Sam. Hard on his heels comes a bounty hunter and a devious pack of outlaws hired to take on the stage. It’s going to be one hell of a wedding day!
Jones wears notches on his soul the way others wear them on the butts of their guns. He’s about to add one more when an old friend enlists him in a desperate range war against a thieving, murdering rancher. Joining him is the mysterious Maverick Kid, riding hard and hot on a secret vendetta. The Kid turns out to be a hell of a help in a knock-down, drag-out battle of bullets!
Freewheeling outlaw Cord and his female partner Chi pull into a small Nevada town to help Cord’s brother set up his ranch. But they don’t expect to find themselves involved in an all-out war between ruthless ranchers, who want to keep all the profits to themselves, and struggling homesteaders looking only to survive. He and Chi step in—and make all the difference in the outcome ....
A bungled bank robbery, a kidnapping and the arrival of an old friend bearing bad news are only the beginning as Maggie O'Bannen is drawn into a fight for her life. Armed with a short temper, outlaw Frank O’Bannen’s Schofield and the resolve to use both, she refuses to let anyone stand in her way.
You can’t always handle blackmail, kidnap and attempted assassination discreetly. That’s why violence and sudden death spilled onto the streets of ’Frisco’s notorious Barbary Coast, why the dark night was aglow with burning ships at anchor … and why top Enforcer, Yancey Bannerman found himself in a final showdown with fast gun Clint Blaisdell … with the life of his sister Mattie at stake!
Just like Bonnie and Clyde, Cord and Chi are free spirits—and accomplished bank robbers.
This time they’re on the run-in two different directions. One of Cord’s old-time lawbreaking buddies needs a favor—and for Cord it’s a chance to settle an old score in a town that’s being overrun by the wrong kind of outlaws ...