Colonel Mallory loved busting young lieutenants like dried sticks. So when he arrived at Fort Dragoon, he gave every lowdown, scum-eating duty in the outfit to Lieutenant Ben Hannibal. The colonel's orders were get Apache chief Togomasai: dead or alive. But Mallory and Hannibal knew they'd be looking down each other's gun barrels long before that!
When Abe Calloway pulled off a seemingly impossible robbery and relieved Wells Fargo of $50,000. Calloway had five accomplices, and they had all split up and gone in different directions. Which one had the money? Jim Hume sent his top operative, Clay Nash, to find out. But his trail was dogged by a vengeance-hungry lawman who would stop at nothing to get even with the man who killed his brother.
The widow wanted Buchanan dead or alive. Mostly dead. Buchanan found it hard to believe. When he knew her years ago, she was just a ranch wife. Now her husband was gone and she had become the tyrannical ruler of the whole county. She owned everything and everybody. And she bled them dry. No one dared oppose her. Except her son. And Buchanan. Now she had the whole town gunning for them.
Governor Dukes had started treating Yancey Bannerman more like a hired assassin, and it didn’t fit well with Yancey. And when he accidentally shot an innocent man during a shootout—he decided to call it a day. Seeking peace in a small town proved to be the opposite-more like a powderkeg just waiting to blow. But a case of mistaken identity meant that he was the flame that lit the fuse ...
This powerful historical novel tells the story of Burt Mossman and the near-legendary force he commanded—the ruthlessly effective Arizona Rangers. Under Captain Mossman, these men performed the herculean task of taming the Arizona Territory in preparation for its statehood in 1912. His dramatic contest with Augustin Chacon, the Indian bandit who was the scourge of the Southwest and Mossman’s foe.
The truth about a cache of stolen Spencer rifles led Yancey Bannerman to the tough-talking, tougher-acting Regan brothers, and his closest brush with death so far when he fell prey to a bunch of masked vigilantes and one in particular, who wielded a whip. Meanwhile, Yancey’s partner, Johnny Cato, had problems of his own. A bar fight injury that might just stop him continuing to be an Enforcer...
Some called him a traitor to his people. Some believed he was leading the Comanche on the only path to survival in the face of the white man's relentless drive westward. He was Quanah Parker, a half-white Comanche outcast who became a warrior, then rose to lead his people in their most desperate time. Geo W. Proctor dramatically brings to life the story of a fascinating figure of a changing West.
PERILS OFTHE WIND sees Mountainman Nate King's daughter kidnapped forcing him to lead a gang of cutthroats to a cache of gold. In MOUNTAIN MAN - King helps a family traveling to Oregon but must face the hardships of the land. Each adventure brings Nate and those around him face-to-face with death. These are stories of people surviving the rough American Frontier in the days before it was tamed.
Sometimes the law loses its way. Like it did in the case of Eloise Charmain – her savagely murdered body left bleeding in the dust. The prosecution suspect, “Handsome” Phil Foote, hired a crooked lawyer. Eyewitness began to vanish. Money changed hands. Suddenly it looked like an open-and-shut-case. But nobody figured on the hard-riding vengeance of Company “Z”.
During the War Between the States, Belle Boyd had rendered loyal service to Dixie. At its end, she had taken the oath of allegiance to the Union and was now a trusted member of the U.S. Secret Service. Any clash of loyalties was averted when the Frenchman, a leader of the Brotherhood for Southron Freedom, caused the deaths of two of Belle’s friends. The Rebel Spy swore that she would avenge them.