Trouble is looming for Steve Blaine...
When three outlaws arrive at the family ranch he runs with his father, Heck, all manner of hell breaks loose.
The Blaines settled legally on the land years ago, but their neighbour - Zeke Coppard - always regarded it as his own.
Determined to regain the use of the range by whatever means necessary, Coppard takes no prisoners in his efforts to stake his claim on the land.
But that's not all.
Tensions mount when a secret Heck has been keeping for over twenty years finally comes to the surface, threatening to destroy everything that Steve holds dear.
Steve soon realises that he has some life changing decisions to make and not a lot of time in which to make them.
Battling against devious ranchers and ruthless outlaws, can father and son leave the past behind them and work towards saving their future?
But when the guns start firing, will there even be a future left to fight for?
Praise for Alan David
'A classic of the genre.' - Tom Kasey, ...
Sally's plans to attend university in Cambridge are destroyed when a tornado hits the countryside. Her parents force her to marry the farmer she hid in the root cellar with. His name is Jeremiah and he is the definition of simple. With her dreams burned away, Sally tries to adjust to married life only to face more disaster - a murder and a realization that no one in White Oaks is who they seem. As more truths are uncovered, even more violence follows. Something changes inside of Sally. She becomes a new creature as she begins to think of herself as something more than her current station in life. Those who stand in her way will see the full capacity of her cruelty.
A train is robbed by masked robbers on its way to the gold-mining region of the Rocky Mountains and a man is murdered ruthlessly in the process. Our hero who is the sole witness of the crime suffers a terrible brain fever and loses his memory including, the name of the murderer. But as fate would have it, the murderer is the leader of the gang but pretends to be a law-abiding citizen of the same town where our hero now lives with a new name and new identity. Will the murder be ever discovered? And will the justice be served in this hostile region? Read on!
When Marshal Lincoln Hawk headed to the quiet town of Sweetwater with wealthy rancher Truman Garner, he wasn't expecting trouble. But he didn't know that the Calhoun gang were on Truman's trail, believing he knew the location of a stolen stash of gold.
When the Calhoun gang capture Truman and deliver their ultimatum - hand over the gold by sundown or die - Lincoln must face a desperate life-or-death struggle to ensure they don't deliver on their threat. And then there's a mysterious band of raiders who plan to wrest the gold from the Calhoun gang the first chance they get.
Lincoln knows there'll be one hell of a showdown come that golden sundown.
Samuel DuBois, an ex-slave with a dark and tragic past, and his sister Rachel head west to Texas in a wagon during the year 1868. Along the way he picks up a violent hitchhiker that wreaks havoc on their quiet journey to a village called Bela. It is not long before the ruthless Schiller Gang rides after Samuel DuBois, his sister Rachel and another hitchhiker Samuel DuBois helped, Judith Mallory. But as DuBois, Rachel and Judith enter the village of Bela, they meet the young, part-time bounty hunter and admired sheriff, Jeremiah Jameson, a lawman who is known throughout the west as "One Bullet," and who helps them prepare in case the Schiller Gang attacks the peaceful village. The odds are against them, but Jeremiah Jameson and his gunslinging past might be the key to saving the people of Bela.
An enthralling, thrilling and adventurous western that has outlaws, gunfights, heroes, Indians and more. The first book in the Jeremiah Jameson Series.
Did you love "Lonesome Dove," "Appaloosa," or the movie "Django Unchained?"
If so, then you've found the book for you. "Little Man, and the Dixon County War" begins with action and ends with action, barely letting up from its fast start to its incredible, heart-stopping end. From literally the first sentence, you'll see why it's climbed as high as No. 16 on the Amazon UK Paid List.
Book Description: Young Deputy Marshal Paul Zachary shouldn't have accepted that badge. And he certainly shouldn't have shot down a ruthless gunfighter in front of a crowd of onlookers at Belleville's busiest saloon.
Now that the smell of gunpowder has faded and the blood has been scrubbed off the floor, Zachary is something he never wanted to be: a damned hero. He's been written up in the papers and has more trouble on his hands than any 27-year-old man should ever have.
But, Paul Zachary's no pushover. He learned to fight, and fight hard, from being the youngest in a tough line of men who've never ...
Sequel to THE LONG TRAIL. Jack McCabe returns home to Montana from medical school, but the family finds he is not exactly who they thought he was. A story of one man attempting to find himself while living in the shadow of a father who is a living legend. And an old enemy of Johnny McCabe returns, looking for blood. A story of family, love and revenge, and of the redemption of the human spirit.
There's a change in the wind...
Brad Lando has a reputation as a fast man with a gun.
After riding a hell-trail that wound for a hundred miles along the Mexican border, Lando finds himself in Mendaro, a tiny border town besieged by bandits and thieves.
It's a place where only money can buy protection.
But when the money runs out, a trail of murder and intrigue is left behind.
Wanting to help, and so end the trouble and violence that has followed him for more than three years, Lando joins rancher Jeb Callaghan in his fight to protect his home and his cattle from the ruthless villain Jose Mendosa.
The only law in Mendaro is that dealt out by a .45.
But something deep inside Lando refuses to buckle under the continuous threats of violence and sudden death that linger in the dark, shadowed alleys.
He soon finds himself swept up in double crossing and dirty deals, all but trapped in a place where the law is as crooked as the bandits and vigilantes who escape its justice.
Now a ...
Jack Carlson spied for the union army for four, long years and what did he get for his trouble? Blindness. Battered by the war and lost without his sight, he seeks refuge in Cutter's Creek, Montana. There he hopes to heal his bitter heart. But he's going to need a lot more help than what he can come up with. His cousin, the local preacher, thinks so too and sends off for a mail-order bride for him, praying a wife will do the trick.
Willow Bennett has been in love with the same man all her life. As a young girl she followed Jack Carlson and his friends until they managed to out run her. As a young woman... well, a girl can dream, can't she? Imagine her surprise when she becomes a mail-order bride and discovers Jack is her intended! That's not the only surprise she gets in this story of forgiveness, hope and love.
That Healing Touch is the first book in a new series written by multiple authors. Enjoy these introductory novellas of sweet historical western romance, and get to know the ...
Sweet Historical Western Romance Book
Never in all her seventeen years had she dreamed she'd wake up in a barn.
Loving the Horseman - The Cañon City Chronicles - Book 1
The Hutton family is back -- two generations of adventurous men and courageous women carving out a life in the Old West.
Annie Whitaker refuses to wait for some man to come along and make her life better when she can do that herself. And then Caleb Hutton rides into town.
Revised second edition, first published in 2014 as The Cowboy Takes a Wife.
Copper-haired Annie Whitaker follows her father to mine-supply town Cañon City where they open their mercantile in the wake of the Pikes Peak gold rush. While serving her "potbellied biscuits" to mercantile customers, she falls under the lustful eye of the local hotel and saloon owner but does her best to avoid him. A mysterious cowboy also frequents the store and, like most everyone else, turns out to be much more than she expected.
One-time preacher Caleb Hutton has ...
Two lowlifes want him dead, moral crusaders want him gone, and cocky young gambler Curt Prescott's caught between two women who want his love.
23-year-old Curt Prescott plays better poker than men twice his age. His skill raised him from a life of degradation on the streets to a comfortable living with his girl, saloon songstress, Del, in Victoria, BC.
In the spring of 1877, a new preacher, his wife, and daughter, Mary, arrive. The preacher hopes to save the souls of Victoria's "misguided". His wife forms a committee to eradicate them. Curt must fight back with everything he has - including a plan to seduce Mary and shame the family.
As a notorious criminal, and Del's jealous rages, threaten them all, Curt's battle for his lifestyle becomes one of right and wrong, life and death, and love lost and found.
Chock-full of action, romance, and courage of the heart, High Stakes is an adventure for men and women alike.
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