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.
Sheriff Cole Masters makes an arrest for the brutal murder of a saloon girl but the killer is the son of a wealthy rancher and it’s clear the old man will do anything to see his son set free. Soon the peace of the small town is shattered and Cole finds himself a lawman on the run for murder. The rancher wants Masters dead and the two deadly gunmen on his tail are sure they can do it.
Clay Taggart ran a palm over his right shoulder and wished he was able to understand the Apache. For all he knew they might be discussing how to dispose of him. The pair by the spring hadn’t stopped glaring at him from the moment he’d seen them. He suspected that if he turned his back on them at the wrong time, he’d end up with steel between his shoulders. First in the WHITE APACHE series.
Time was when Crow was visiting Fort Garrett. Took a dislike to a young cavalryman named Jonas … and nearly broke every bone in his body … But while they were making up their minds what to do with Crow, a boy disappeared from the Fort, name of Cyrus Quaid … a sadistic sixteen year-old, hated by the Apaches. So they sent Crow out to find him … Last in the ultra-violent saga of the West.