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 ...
THE SCORPION KILLER: Shawn Starbuck gets himself involved with a mysterious assassin called "Amigo", can he find out his identity before he himself ends up at the wrong end of a bullet? THE TOMBSTONE TRAIL: A silver mine is the target of an unknown adversary who wants it for themselves but they don't reckon on Starbuck standing up against them. Western adventures that gallop across the pages.
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.
When Chip Benedict’s gang stole the borax mine payroll, it wasn’t so much a robbery as a massacre. They left twelve bodies behind them … including two people who’d meant a whole lot to Wells Fargo special agent Clay Nash. From that moment on, Clay lived only for one thing – to track down the Benedict gang and make sure every man-jack of them paid the price … bullet by bullet.
It had been the tragically early death of her dear Papa and Mama that had left Rebecca Bronson alone.
Thankfully, as the daughter of the local Schoolmaster she had enjoyed the privilege of a good education, and so becoming a governess had seemed a most logical step.
Rebecca gets married to Adam and they struggle to find common ground and make their marriage work.
Elizabeth Beaumont comes home to restore her reputation and ends up doing her best to avoid the handsome new sheriff in town. Garrett Wilson doesn’t need the distraction of a spit-fire woman - he’s got real fires to worry about. When she presses for his darkest secret, he considers running again from his painful past. Or he can stay and fight for the town that needs him and the woman he loves.
They called him the Mormon Triggerite, and bestowed upon him the honored title of sheriff. He saw himself as a servant of the Lord, called to mete out justice to all those who opposed Him. He was Orrin Porter Rockwell and he committed a hundred murders in the name of God. Also in this volume is THE BANDIT OF HELL'S BEND a western-mystery written by Edgar Rice Burroughs.