Sundown Riders (6 books)

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Between Kansas City and Montana Territory were a thousand ways to die—and a few bold men who would never turn back.

Miners dug for fortunes. Soldiers died on open plains. And a few brave men drove the wooden freight wagons into the wild land. Master Western novelist Ralph Compton tells the real story of the tough-as-leather men who carried supplies, guns and gold into the untamed frontier.

 

Whiskey River

Sundown Riders #5

by Ralph Compton

The war is over, but the fight has just begun in this western in Ralph Compton's USA Today bestselling series.

They came back from the war, and their land was gone. The Texas soil they’d nourished with years...


Skeleton Lode

Sundown Riders #6

by Ralph Compton

The chase is on and the stakes are high in this western in Ralph Compton's USA Today bestselling series.

They’re ex-cowpunchers looking to strike it rich—and not having much success.  When they deliver a...


Ralph Compton Demon's Pass: A Novel by Dick Vaughn

Sundown Riders #7

by Ralph Compton

The frontier is unforgiving in this western in Ralph Compton's USA Today bestselling series.

 

Parker Stanley’s family had a dream: to start a new life in the Far West. But en route, a Cheyenne band slaughters...


Do or Die

Sundown Riders #9

by Ralph Compton

Two money hungry bounty hunters bite off more than they can chew in this Ralph Compton western...

Charley Pickett was cleaning up the Westworking on a farm shoveling you-know-what. Then he met Tony Fabrizio,...


Nowhere, TX

Sundown Riders #10

by Ralph Compton

Welcome to Nowhere in this Ralph Compton western...

It’s a small town that sits on the border of Texas and the Oklahoma territory. It’s a haven for cutthroats and thieves on the run and looking to raise some...


West of Pecos

Sundown Riders #12

by Ralph Compton

Two men on opposite sides of the Civil War make their new home on an even more dangerous battleground in this Ralph Compton western...

After the surrender of the Confederacy—and the death of his wife—Jed...


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