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Till Death Do Us Part

by Louis Trimble

"Lucky" Tom Blane's luck as a private eye had run out when his crooked ex-partner, Enrico Pachuco, took off with his rep and his funds. So Rosanne Norton was like an angel from heaven when she offered to pay...


Blondes Are Skin Deep

by Louis Trimble

It is the smell of death ...

The Oxnan hotel stank with the stale odor of cheap whiskey, cheap two-bit racketeers, cheap unwashed women. But behind the rotting front, behind the peeling-plastered walls, a big...


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...


The Disappearance of Penny

by Robert J. Randisi

Penny is the daughter of one of the owners at Staten Island Downs, a popular New York race track. Everyone agrees that she's a knockout. When she disappears, her father calls in a favor and Henry Po, an investigator...


The Riddle of the Yellow Zuri

by Harry Stephen Keeler

Here is fiction that is stranger than truth. It contains one of the most perplexing and labyrinthine mysteries ever conceived by the human mind. In the open market in Chicago, a tiger snake could have been bought...


Lone Wolf #4: Desert Stalker

by Mike Barry

When a wolf leaves the pack, he lives only as long as he can kill by himself quicker and surer than any pack he runs up against. Meet a man beyond either forgiveness or vengeance. Meet the Man they Call The...


Give Up the Body

by Louis Trimble

The characters ...

  • Adeline O'Hara, ex-WAC and reporter for the Teneskium (Oregon) Pioneer, also country correspondent for the Portland Press, who tells the story. She is young, red-headed, and Irish. She meets...


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...


The Ham Reporter

by Robert J. Randisi

Bat Masterson is no longer a sheriff in the Old West. He's moved East to New York City where he gets a job as a sports writer for The Morning Telegraph. But when his friend and fellow-newsman, Inkspot Jones,...


Dark Vengeance (The Black Creek Series, Book 3)

by R.T. Wolfe

Detective Nickie Savage is pursuing a paroled arsonist who's at it again. Worse, she's plagued by the most recent victim's nephew, Duncan Reed, the person she distrusts the most.

Duncan won't stop until the deadly...


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...


The Man from Mustang

by Max Brand

Prologue Books presents: A Western thriller from Max Brand.

In The Man from Mustang, Silvertip hunts a man whose face he's never seen . . . And whose name he doesn't know!

"The explosion of the shot echoed through...


Silvertip's Trap

by Max Brand

At 30, Bill Naylor had spent half his life behind bars. Free again, and while looking for a new job, he saves a man from drowning. The rescued man turns out to be Barry Christian, the outlaw king. Naylor, rewarded...


Juvenile Delinquent

by Richard Deming

Manny Moon, the agile one-legged detective, is back on a case involving the son of his old friend Ed Brighton.

Young Joe Brighton had been found by the police standing over the dead body of Bart Meyers, president...