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Buchanan's Revenge

by Jonas Ward

They said in Texas that Tom Buchanan ate wildcat for breakfast and that he was slow to anger-like a rattler dozing in the desert sun.

But now every saloon and dance hall had heard the news: Buchanan was cleaning...


Buchanan Says No

by Jonas Ward

Bella was quite a town, a free-wheeling, lusty young hell, the kind of town Tom Buchanan pleasured in.

But then it turned ugly and made the mistake of angering Buchanan-and when the smoke cleared away there...


Silvertip's Strike

by Max Brand

Steve Wycombe was a low-down snake till the day he died ... and even after death. To his three worst enemies-Morris Delgas, Harry Rutherford, and Jim Silver-he left his land, stock, and cash. It was his last...


Come A-Smokin'

by Nelson Nye

Grete Marratt, a rising young rancher, sat stone-faced and tight-lipped when the judge asked him why he had cold-bloodedly shot and killed Deputy U.S. Marshal Hugh Clagg. With nothing to say in his own defense,...


Rio Bravo

by Gordon D. Shirreffs

They sent Sergeant Gorse back-lashed aboard his own mount.

They bay carried him-upright and staring-across the parched, hostile wasteland to the very gates of Fort Bellew.

He had six arrows in his back. They...


Buchanan on the Prod

by Jonas Ward

Malvaise narrowed his eyes. "So you think you're the man to take on the job of getting rid of me and my boys, do you?" he said to Buchanan. "I never saw a fast gun yet that didn't meet up with a faster one."...


Silvertip's Roundup

by Max Brand

Silvertip's Roundup is and Old Western tale of adventure told by Max Brand, one of America's favorite western writers. Brand tells the story of the legendary Arizona Jim "Silvertip" Silver, who shoots fast,...


Ambush on the Mesa

by Gordon D. Shirreffs

A regiment was needed but they sent only one man, Hugh Kinzie, scout for the United States Army.

Hugh saddled his dun and rode west. He found the party of men and women ambushed by Red Sleeves, the maniacal...


Gaptown Law

by Louis Trimble

The murder of his father had brought a cold violent anger to Matt that time had turned to ice but had not diminished.

Eyes slanted sideways, the clerk said to Matt, "Some say Jake Dill done it. Some say Cole...


Silvertip's Search

by Max Brand

Young Rap Brender had left home after a quarrel with his father. When the old Judge asks Arizona Jim Silver to find his son, the legendary Silvertip agrees because Rap has joined the gang of Barry Christian,...


The Fighting Four

by Max Brand

His name was Jim Silver, but they called him Silvertip. His only companions were his stallion, Parade, and a wolf, Frosty, who obeyed nothing but the wild instincts of his breed and the soft commands of his...


The Lonely Gun

by Gordon D. Shirreffs

The Conquistadors had called it the Devil's Highway. It was the highest, driest, meanest desert in northern Mexico, and Case Hardesty had to cross it on foot or die.

Behind him were the outlaws he'd taken for...


Gunsmoke Justice

by Louis Trimble

There was room enough in the valley, but Ike Quarles didn't think so. Now he and his hired killers had served notice on Brad-drift or die!

"I'm about through drifting," Brad said slowly. "I was thinking about...


Horseman of the Shadows

by Bradford Scott

"Trouble in El Paso-clear it up!"

That was Slade's job-to find the man behind the rustling, the killings, the destruction that had both sides of the Rio Grande ready to explode.

Slade opened the game by shooting...


Bullets on Bunchgrass

by Louis Trimble

Carr Lindon was one of five ranchers whose lands surrounded the prize bunchgrass that made up the big Government graze in the center of the valley. Pat Tyler, Lindon's closest fried and neighbor, was another....


Skeleton Trail

by Bradford Scott

Skeleton Trail was lined with the corpses of countless peons, ranchers and lawmen who had died or vanished at the hands of Veck Sosna and his vicious Comancheros.

Walt Slade found the trail and followed it into...


The Trackers

by Ray Hogan

If the lynch mob didn't get him, a hanging judge would. Even though he was innocent!

Matt Campion had come to Harmony to begin a new life as a rancher, only to find himself unjustly accused of murder.

Now, even...


Silvertip's Chase

by Max Brand

Bill Gary was near death. Blood gushed from the gaping wound inflicted by the giant wolf who now lay stunned at his feet. Slowly, agonizingly, he drew a diagram, stuffed it inside his dead dog's collar, and...


Mountain Riders

by Max Brand

Tom Derry owed Buck Rainey his life-twice over.

When Rainey saved him from an angry bull, Tom thought that here was a good and brave man. When Rainey helped him fight some men who wanted his blood, Tome knew...


The Name's Buchanan

by Jonas Ward

He was a tall son-taller than most men by a head, with a look of wildness in his battered, tough face.

He was Tom Buchanan out of West Texas, who fought with joy and loved with gusto-who many times had gone...