Riverboat owner, gambler and ladies' man Chance Sharpe gets word of strange goings-on up on the Mississippi by Craddock's Bend. Several boats have disappeared... ghostly spirits are haunting the riverbanks. it all seems like hogwash to Chance-until his own boat falls victim. Chance means to get to the bottom of this phantom foolery...with an able and wiling Cajun spitfire named Karin at his side!
Kin had died for stolen Confederate gold. Surviving brother Buck Harlan, now released from jail, intends to find out who had sold them out and taken the gold .. and make him pay in blood. Enforcers Yancey Bannerman and Johnny Cato originally assigned to help Buck adjust to life as a freeman couldn't do a damn thing about it. That meant guns and fists would fly.
Death in South Park. A Clint Boyd Novelette
On the hunt for the blood thirsty killer called The Teacher, Clint Boyd, bounty hunter and loner, finds more then he's looking for, in the form of a shapely young woman who will do anything to escape the boredom of a rundown saloon and a drunken bum.
Davy Crockett was born to explore the wide-open county of the untamed wilderness. Davy and his old friend Flavius tried to cross the vast Western prairies. A roaring wildfire and a rampaging buffalo stampede were excitement enough for Flavius but Davy knew their troubles were just beginning when they came face-to-face with the rulers of the prairies … the dreaded Comanches!
American mountain man Nathaniel King's world is shattered when his young son disappears in the wilderness. The life he has struggled to build seems worthless. A desperate search is mounted to save Zach before he falls victim to untold perils. If the rugged pioneers are too late—and Zach hasn’t learned the skills he needs to survive—all the freedom on the frontier won’t save the boy.
Jim Travis had every penny of his hard-earned savings in Sweetwater's bank. When Luke Parsons and his wild bunch cleaned out the town's bank - including Jim's money. With help from the town, Jim rode out to retrieve his money, trailing the bandits across wild territory. Parsons threw everything he had at the lone rider dogging his heels, yet Jim kept on coming and forced a final, savage showdown.
A family visit ends up as a tragedy.
Both parents brutally murdered.
His sister, Sarah, taken by the Apache.
A group of men hoping to strike it rich in the New Mexico desert.
A well respected Santa Fe Trail wagon master whose eyesight is rapidly failing.
Eventually each of their paths is destined soon to cross.
Together they will set out to bring the young girl home.
Jim Sundance was called in to try to stop a crazed white-hating Indian from turning the entire western frontier into a bloody no-man’s land. The fanatic Indian had organized the Ghost Dancers, a nation of Indians gathered from every tribe from Canada to the Mexican border. They set out to massacre every white man on the plains. It was Sundance’s job to stop them before it was too late.
A family unified to the core has to stand against life threatening diversity from the mystic East to the Wild West of 1800's Wyoming. In the 1840's Gus and Sarah moved to Wyoming from Missouri and after twenty years of hard work had the largest cattle ranch in Wyoming. In the 1880's a ruthless banker through murder and intimidation decided to take over the ranch. The family decided to fight back.