A detective hunting for an evil outlaw. A bounty hunter searching for his missing wife. A whore looking for savage vengeance. Together they will ride straight into Hell. Detective Quentin Colter isn’t afraid to spill blood, and there’ll be plenty of blood spilled when the OK Detective Agency is hired to find a sadistic outlaw named El Diablo, who rules over a lawless outlaw sanctuary called Hell
“If the law’s only wanted when it’s convenient, then you can find yourself a marshal who thinks that way.” Jeremy Six took his badge off, mounted his horse, and rode away from Spanish Flat. So when Jeremy fell in with an odd pair—a greenhorn newspaperman and bespectacled ex-con—and the three were ambushed on the road to Rifle Gap, it proved beyond his ability to keep out of the action.
Josiah Moore’s ruthless and well-armed hunting expedition had invaded the Staked Plains to kill off the last of the buffalo herds. But their presence on Indian land threatened to cause an all-out war. Desperate, General Crook called in Sundance and told him the only way to avoid a massacre was to drive Moore and his men off the Plains … something easier said than done!
Johnny Cato was south of the border, tracking a ruthless killer called Bearcat. Yancey Bannerman was up in the Indian Nations, chasing an owlhoot of his own. For Yancey, the conclusion of his mission meant a return to Texas and the chance to repair his relationship with Governor Dukes’ daughter, Kate. But Cato’s troubles really began when he finally collared The Bearcat. A two-part adventure.
THEY HIRED CORD AND CHI TO PROTECT THE GOLD. A hardscrabble Dakotas mining town struggles to keep its glittering payload from the murderous grasp of thieving road agents. And that, by luck, is where Cord and Chi come riding in. But they do their job so well that the locals force Cord into a high-stakes showdown with notorious gunslinger Cash Culhane in a duel to the death.
When Buchanan grubstaked Mousetrap Mulligan he never thought he’d see his money again. He never thought the old man would hit paydirt. But he did—and that was bad news for Buchanan. Because a lonely old desert rat with a hidden cache of nuggets and a drunkard’s bragging habits was likely to end up very dead ... very suddenly.
This time Sam “Cemetery” Jones isn’t the target. The bushwhacker who’s taken a shot at Renee Hart, makes a run for the small but dangerous town dominated by one Cyrus Dunstan. That he’d harbor a killer who went after a woman is something for Sam to think hard about. When Sam catches up with his quarry, he faces a whole army of folks for whom the death of Cemetery Jones means their ticket to glory.