THE NEVADA MUSTANG was the famous spotted stallion sought after by all men who had horse fever. Chavez, Little Wolf, Marty Carr, the gunman and Joe Blade. They had one thing in common the hope that it would be their rope that snared the great Appaloosa mustang. They were ready to kill for him. It was one of the greatest horse hunts of all time a hunt which led four men to their final destiny.
The killers had taken over the town, lock, stock, and barrel—and they weren’t going to leave until there was nothing left to loot.
They had the bank and the saloon and the sheriff’s office and the poker game. And you had to like it or you ended up dead.
But Buchanan didn’t like it.
Blaze is an outlaw who knows there’s more to killing a man than just pulling a trigger. Blaze is no random killer. He hunts four men. Four brothers who once made the mistake of leaving him for dead. Four brothers who don’t know their lives are burning on a short fuse. Blaze closes in slowly. There’s no room for shots in the dark and if Blaze can’t hit a bull’s-eye every time—he’s a dead man.
Even before Major Jones finished giving him his orders, Texas Ranger Thomas Buchanan knew he would find Scottsville to be hostile territory. Two cattle barons, who happened to be quick-drawing women, had torn the town apart in a duel that had already cost several lives. Now Buchanan was expected to stop the war. And he couldn't do that without spilling more blood very possibly some of his own…
Someone was out to kill the Governor of Texas, and this time they came mighty close to doing just that. Yancey Bannerman, the Governor’s top Enforcer was right beside him when it happened, and Yancey admired no man more than his boss. From that moment forward he vowed to run the would-be assassin to ground and see that justice was served.
Freewheeling outlaw Cord and his female partner Chi pull into a small Nevada town to help Cord’s brother set up his ranch. But they don’t expect to find themselves involved in an all-out war between ruthless ranchers, who want to keep all the profits to themselves, and struggling homesteaders looking only to survive. He and Chi step in—and make all the difference in the outcome ....
Wanted dead or alive, escaped convict Holt rode out into the rugged Utah territory to find the man who had framed him for the brutal murder of a mining camp madam. Holt had an unlikely outlaw companion—the beautiful reporter for Harper’s Weekly magazine, Samantha Lowell, who believed in Holt’s innocence so passionately that she had helped bust him out.
He’s Sam to his friends.
Cemetery Jones to his unlucky enemies.
Lucky for Jones he was born suspicious. And dead quick with a gun.
Sunrise is a frontier town, just beginning to stretch. Till outlaws vow to take out the whole damn place to revenge themselves on the new marshal, name of Cemetery Jones.
The numbers are against him.
But Jones has his gun. And the graveyard has plenty of vacancies.
Published: March 31, 2018 by
Fiction » Western
Condemned to three years hard labor, Cloud Halfpenny was sent to serve his sentence as solitary keeper on the isolated island of Coldhazard Rock. But a deadly gang of killers hit the local lumber town’s pay office and carried off hostages as well as the money. Cloud finds himself defending a small group of fugitives in a bloody fight to the death against man and nature could throw against him.
Week in and week out, McAllister remorselessly followed his quarry across the Wind River Country and down into the arid flats of the Humboldt Basin. Their final duel would be a clash of giants, one master pitting his skill against another’s. For they were two men at the peak of their professions—one a lawman, the other a thief and killer. Cunning against cunning. Gun against gun.