Peter Brandvold has written over a hundred westerns under his own name and his pen name, Frank Leslie. Most are available at Amazon and elsewhere. He wrote thirty Longarm novels under the name Tabor Evans, as well. He lives with his dog in western Minnesota.
When bounty hunter Lou Prophet and his partner Louisa Bonaventure capture a gang of stage-robbers, they haul their quarry to a remote town to get their due. But Bitter Creek proves even more dangerous than hunting outlaws when Sam Scanlon and his murderous riders hang all the lawmen. Now, Lou Prophet is going to show them that justice doesn't always wear a badge.
Lou Prophet is a sucker for the ladies - when comely Russian Countess Natasha Roskov comes to him with a problem: Her sister has disappeared after finding a treasure trove in Arizona — and all the countess has to go on is a map. Prophet knows that a beautiful woman with a treasure map will attract trouble like wolves drawn to a fresh kill. But he can't resist....
Most of bounty hunter Lou Prophet’s man-hunting jobs have been purely business transactions that he’s carried out with cool professionalism. He’s seldom seen the depravations his quarries have committed to earn a price on their heads. But when the Red River Gang raids the town of Luther Falls, Prophet witnesses it in person—and can’t do a thing to stop it.
Third in the series.
Lou Prophet is back — a Confederate turned-bounty-hunter with a predilection for trouble. All because a young fool with a lousy poker hand couldn’t hold his temper, Prophet has a bloodthirsty posse aiming to pump him full of lead for murdering the son of prominent cattleman Gerard Loomis.