Herne made a deal with journalist Thaddeus Ray to help him get some pictures of Geronimo. It would have been a well-paid, easy scouting job if the US Cavalry hadn’t been searching for the Apache too. Then Thaddeus and his brother were captured and brutally tortured by a vicious Mexican dwarf, Herne, left alone with Thaddeus’s wife Carola knew had to try and rescue the brothers-against lethal odds.
Jed Herne had killed a whole lot of men; he'd killed for causes and he killed for money. Sometimes he even killed for love - like he killed those men who had killed his pretty wife, Louise. Now Herne the Hunter found himself lending his deadly skills to help young Tom Lenegan with the girl he loved. But Katie's family were willing to murder to keep the lovers apart .. but Herne had other ideas ...
Herne had been reluctant to ride along with Sheriff Abernathy in a foolhardy search for Senator Jackson’s daughter, who’d been captured by a ruthless Mescalero raiding party. But a $5000 reward helped change his mind. What he hadn’t reckoned on was meeting five savage white kids, fresh out of Death School. And that ghost from the past. A ghost that was hell-bent on revenge …
New Mexico Territory 1878, the murder of rancher John Tunstall lit the fuse of The Lincoln County War. Standing shoulder-to-shoulder is a legend and one in the making–Herne the Hunter and Billy the Kid. Hiring out his Colt .45 to the Tunstall/McSween supporters against the Dolan/Murphy faction, Herne and the Kid were soon fighting for their lives after the Kid gunned down Sheriff Brady.
When Jed Herne joined up with the U.S. cavalry as a scout he had to expect trouble. A band of renegade Sioux bent on wiping out the hated white-man - that was trouble he knew about. But he hadn't reckoned on trouble from his own side. Trouble in the form of foul-mouthed Sergeant Chance Lattimer who swore that he'd see Herne in Hell ... Continuing the adventures of Herne the Hunter.
Wild Rose City, Dakota Territory. Eliza and Lily Sowren ran the town with a fist of iron. Eliza, tall and bony, Lily, short and fat. On the surface, they were both pictures of elderly virtue, but beneath something altogether different … As Jed Herne found out, when the sisters called on his special talents to protect their silver mine from an unknown gang of thieves and murderers ...
Drummond's vigilantes - an evil cloud passing over the ranch land of Montana, and killing all who stood in their way.
At first Jed Herne strung along, needing the money. But one day they went too far ... And from then on it was war!
Hunting down his quarry in Kansas brought back memories Jed Herne had kept locked away for more than twenty years. He’d been a young boy, full of gall, with his friend Whitey Coburn. He had rode alongside the Younger and James brothers as part of Quantrill’s Raiders through Missouri and Kansas. They’d killed around a thousand folks. Now he had the chance to exoricse the bad memories ...
The Colt fell the short distance onto the worn carpet and Herne’s body straightened up like a whiplash. But the hand that had dropped the gun didn’t come back up empty. It had the hilt of the bayonet in it and midway through the movement the blade was unleashed across the room. Seth’s mouth stayed open, words drained in mid-sentence; he moved the gun to fire but something plunged its way into his
Jed Herne didn’t reckon it was any of his business when Cal Ryder’s men stole the U.S. Government’s printing plates. He only wanted to carry out the sad task of laying Becky to rest for the last time. When he discovered that the gang had rifled Becky’s coffin and stolen the pendent given her by his dead wife Louise, Herne the Hunter looked for bloody retribution. 7th in the action western series.
Jed Herne didn’t reckon it was any of his business when Cal Ryder’s men stole the U.S. Government’s printing plates. He only wanted to carry out the sad task of laying Becky to rest. When he discovered that the gang had rifled Becky’s coffin and stolen the pendent given her by his dead wife, it became personal and bloody . 7th in the all-action Herne the Hunter Western series.
Number six in the savage Herne the Hunter series. It seemed simple enough. All Herne had to do was go down over the border, hand over $5000 to some Mexican rebels and deliver a wagonload of antiques in New Orleans. For Herne, things have a way of getting complicated. When greed and double-cross and a man called Whitey Coburn were involved things got more complicated and nastier.
Emmie-Lou Parsons wanted to escape from her overbearing husband. So it was almost a relief when One Eye and his Apaches captured her. Parsons wanted her back and hired Herne the Hunter to do it. Parsons’ money meant that he’d get her back, whatever resistance he met. And the seductive Emmie-Lou, a band of savage Indians and the Mexican bandit men called El Capitan was sure as hell some resistance!
Jed Herne - Herne the Hunter - is on the trail of the corrupt US Senator. A man who has sent others to kill Herne to protect himself from the gunman's vengeance. Firing on a cylinders until its brutal end Shadow of the Vulture is a modern twist on a classic tale of the Old West.
The infamous gunfighter Jed Herne is still tracking down his wife's killers. There is one man he holds as an equal, Whitey Coburn. And when they meet there is going to be trouble - big trouble. Third in the Herne the Hunter series.
Jed Herne is like a blunt instrument moving through the West. Facing down the albino killer,Isaiah Coburn doesn't come without its consquences in this second in the fast-moving Western adventure. (A Herne the Hunter Western #2:)
Jed Herne -- a man who tried to turn his back on the gun ... and found that Fate had other ideas. The men who killed his wife are about to find out just how deadly Herne the Hunter is. (Herne the Hunter 1)