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The Lawman: Hanging Judge

by Lyle Brandt

As Deputy U.S. Marshal Jack Slade watches the day's condemned men march to the ropes, a shootout takes the life of the hanging judge. A note from the judge's pocket, along with a single matchbox, is all Slade...


Slocum 365: Slocum and the Family Business

by Jake Logan

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


The Mammoth Book of Westerns

by Jon E. Lewis

The Western, though a singularly American art form, is one of the great genres of world literature with a truly global readership. It is also durable despite being often unfairly maligned. Ever since James Fenimore...


Red Moon

by Ralph Cotton

A KILLER STORM

In the dark of night during a raging storm, a criminal is on the loose in the Arizona badlands. His name is Wilson Orez. Half-Apache and a former cavalry scout, Orez is skilled with weapons, seasoned...


Blood on the Verde River

by Dusty Richards

"Dusty Richards writes. . .with the flavor of the real West." --Elmer Kelton

"Dusty Richards is the embodiment of the old west. He brings it to life so realistically, you can almost feel the bullets whizzing...


The Gunsmith 379: The Devil's Collector

by J.R. Roberts

KILL LIST

When Clint Adams walks into a saloon in Danehill, Arizona, all he wants is a cold beer, but his drink comes with a side of trouble. Riding into town after him is Jack Sonnet, a man who wants revenge...


Longarm 416: Longarm and the Town Full of Trouble

by Tabor Evans

CUREN TOWN

POPULATION: 365

PEOPLE WHO WANT LONGARM DEAD: SAME

It should have been a routine prisoner pickup. But when Deputy U.S. Marshal Custis Long arrives in Curen Town, the young offender's father-who happens...


The Trailsman #381: Bowie's Knife

by Jon Sharpe

THE ONE AND ONLY

There's no one who hasn't heard of Jim Bowie and his legendary knife. And Skye Fargo's been hired to guide a brother and sister to the border to purchase the actual pig sticker handled by Bowie...


The Road to Ratchet Creek

by J. T. Edson

A good town to die in ...

There are six passengers on the stagecoach from Promontory to Ratchet Creek -- among them a beautiful singer with bad intentions, a lawman dressed in deacon's garb ... and a red-headed...


The Reluctant Pinkerton

by RobertJ. Randisi

One Last Job

Former Pinkerton agent Talbot Roper has a begrudging respect for his old boss. When Allen Pinkerton dies, and his sons send for Roper to attend the funeral, he has no choice but to oblige them....


Hawke: Vendetta Trail

by Robert Vaughan

Mason Hawke just wants to be left alone. Born with a musician's hands, Hawke has spent the past decade using his lightning–quick fingers to deal death instead of tunes, moving from one town to the next hoping...


The Wild Yazoo

by John Myers Myers

"What would I do in Mississippi?" I asked.

"What you want to and can." He sat down again and turned toward me. "It's all open. There's a state to be made, and there's a free hand for the fashioner. Half the available...


I, Jack Swilling: Founder of Phoenix, Arizona

by John Myers Myers

Yesterday I was delirious, and the day before that, or several before that. Tonight, though, I seem to be aware of everything I've ever known . . . . It's dark, double dark because of the mist that August steams...


Dead Warrior

by John Myers Myers

"I tell you what I'll do," he said. "The stage won't be no good to me until Powder Keg amounts to somethin' . . . I'll bet a coach and team against what's on the table, draw and show down."

His offer was a sufficient...


McAllister Makes War

by Matt Chisholm

Vengeance Was What McAllister Wanted...

Vengeance -for his friend, shot down right in front of his eyes. Vengeance -against the toughest, cruellest, all-fired meanest operator the West had ever seen, a man who...


McAllister Justice

by Matt Chisholm

McAllister, wild and tough as the land that bred him, was hunting a man who owed him a life. He trailed him from the dusty Mexican border to the wide plains of Nebraska. If he had to, he'd hunt him for another...


McAllister Fights

by Matt Chisholm

Rem McAllister, toughest living legend of the Old West, was caught.

Caught between his loyalty to the Indians and his loyalty to the Army. He found himself walking a tightrope

-and if he fell, death was waiting...


McAllister Rides

by Matt Chisholm

Rancher Bourn was/ a big man; big, rough - arid rich. He was offering five hundred dollars to the man who could get back his pretty-young wife, kidnapped. by Comanche braves in a raid.

If saving Mrs Bourn from...


Kill McAllister

by Matt Chisholm

When Grotton's boys bushwhacked the herd, they had one grim order: leave no witnesses alive. For justice was rough on the untamed plains of Kansas, and cattle-stealing was a hanging charge.

But two men survived...


Tough to Kill

by Matt Chisholm

Markham ruled the land-with money and with guns. He also had two beautiful daughters and a sister. To these McAllister and his two henchmen were drawn like bees to a honeypot.

To get Markham off their backs and...