Kiowa Bloodby Norman Lazenby(Lume Books) Price verified 3 minutes ago
Jed Bayner shared a secret, the revelation of which could have dire consequences in territory where Indian-haters still abounded.
Then the half-breed Johnny Eagle discovered the secret -- Jed's sister Rosa was a Kiowa Indian! Trouble, too, was brewing in the Kiowa Reservation, where Indians were found scalped, and Jed joined the search for the killers.
Soon he and his loved ones would be fighting for their lives...
Norman Lazenby (1914-2003) started writing at the age of 16, publishing his first novel in 1941. He wrote and sold hundreds of stories and dozens of novels, and his work ranged from fairy stories to crime; from science fiction and Westerns.
Genre: Westerns Length: 133 Pages (3,126 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Oct 27th, 2020
From Remington Kane, the author of The Tanner Series & Caliber Detective Agency
JAKE CALIBER WESTERNS
This is the legend of the original Jake Caliber, the man who founded The Caliber Detective Agency.
Jake Caliber - The Legend Begins, Jake Caliber - The Legend Continues & Jake Caliber - Vengeance, where previously released as individual short stories.
Wade Lane is wearing the star, but it's not the badge of a professional lawman.
Wade is on a private manhunt, determined to catch the killers who had murdered his express-guard brother.
He hopes that his job as deputy sheriff will give him a long leg up on a mighty tough task...
The trail leads Wade to the goldmining town of Cyanide, where he's sure he can track down the killers by pursuing the outlaws behind a gold robbery.
But it soon becomes clear this gang is directed by one of the shrewdest brains in Western outlawry.
Time after time, Wade's best efforts are frustrated. He narrowly misses death by a hair, and he feels like a man groping in the dark.
He finally decides there is just one way the stolen gold can be going out of the country - through the wild region around the upper Humboldt, where he finds two mightily interesting people.
One is rancher Reilly's pretty daughter, Barbara. The other is a man called Slattery, who has several riders working for him.
Slattery claims most of the rangeland thereabout, but strangely he doesn't seem to be running any cattle on it. And why do some people call him Shattuck?
Slattery's Range is a thrilling Western mystery.
Praise for Richard Wormser
'Realistically told... carefully controlled, fast paced' - Kirkus Reviews
Richard Wormser (1908-1977) was an award-winning American author best known for pulp fiction, crime and Westerns. Originally from New York City, he moved to California to become a rancher in the 1930s, before eventually settling in Arizona with his wife. Wormser won two Spur Awards; for Ride a Northbound Horse in 1964 and The Black Mustanger in 1971.
Lemhi County Sheriff Coal Savage has realized a little too late that while losing marine and army buddies in Vietnam was bad, it feels a lot worse when the victims are murdered in cold blood--and they are right in the home town where he is sheriff.
Now he is dealing not only with a rebellious fifteen-year-old daughter and a hard-edged but beautiful woman who seems to think he's the scum of the earth, but he is running a race against time to stop a killer who wants him dead.
Everyone believes the killer is Bigfoot Monahan, the largest man in the valley and an ex-con who swore to kill Coal Savage for his part in putting him in the pen. Coal believes it as well--to the point that he finally realizes he is going to have to kill this man first. Before he can kill another of his friends.
When the truth comes home, it hits like the kick of a mule.
Join Coal Savage in a race against time and a race against conscience--kill or be killed.
A sheriff who seeks revenge. A young woman who seeks her future. A love that will bind them forever...
Sheriff Joshua Miller will do anything it takes to avenge the murders of his family. So when the leader of a gang makes him an offer to find his missing daughter in exchange for information, he immediately takes it.
Clementine Evans has spent her youth being raised by her aunt and uncle in New York City. With her mother lost when she was only an infant, seeing her father by returning to her hometown after so many years seems like the perfect gift for her eighteenth birthday.
When Clementine finally arrives in Deadwood, she finds herself in awe of the handsome sheriff. And Joshua realizes that there might be more to life than vengeance when he sees the pastor's beautiful daughter for the first time.
But secrets of the past soon start inching into the light. Through old photographs and dangerous confessions, Joshua will have to choose between his need for vengeance... and his need to protect Clementine from the truth.
For love knows no secrets... And Clementine will have to question everything she believed until now to find the will to forgive him.
If she can...
*If you like engaging characters, heart- wrenching twists and turns, and lots of romance, then you'll love "A Love Beyond Vengeance"!
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"The Log of a Cowboy" is an account of a five-month drive of 3,000 cattle from Brownsville, Texas, to Montana during 1882 along the Great Western Cattle Trail. Although the book is fiction, it is based on Adams's own experiences, and it is considered by many to be literature's best account of cowboy life. Adams was disgusted by the unrealistic cowboy fiction being published in his time; The Log of a Cowboy was his response. The Chicago Herald has said: "As a narrative of cowboy life, Andy Adams' book is clearly the real thing. It carries its own certificate of authentic first-hand experience on every page." This edition also includes Adams other famous western novels like The Outlet, A Texas Matchmaker, Reed Anthony, Cowman and The Wells Brothers.
Andy Adams (1859-1935) was an American writer of western fiction and was born in Indiana. Since childhood Andy used to help his parents with the cattle and horses on the family farm. Due to this Andy's works have been lauded widely for his first hand and authentic portrayal of the life of a cowboy unlike his contemporaries like Owen Wister who romanticized it.
Genre: Westerns Length: 1,145 Pages (2,353 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Oct 27th, 2020
There will be blood...
Three years ago Pat O'Hara went to jail for robbing a bank, taking the fall to protect his twin brother Mick and his family.
After saving the life of a guard, Pat finds himself on parole but when he returns home, it's not to the welcome he expected.
His brother has been murdered, leaving their mother to care for the homestead and Mick's young son all alone.
The land is also suffering from drought, causing ranchers, such as the Conneleys and Bowens, to take their cattle to graze in piñon country.
Believing one or both of the families to have been involved in his brother's murder, Pat takes on the job of guide and gun-boss of a sheep-outfit run by Jessica McShane, also bound for that area.
Why was his brother murdered?
Was it the result of a bank job gone wrong?
Or perhaps solving the mystery of his brother's death, will also solve the problem of the missing cattle?
With bullets flying, will Pat find the answers he's looking for?
Or will he be just another victim of the Mesa Feud?
Praise for Gordon Landsborough
'A punchy tale coupled with plenty of action - an engaging read!' - Philip McCormac, bestselling western author
Gordon Landsborough (1913-1984) was a publisher, author and bookseller. Writing tales about the exploits of gun-toting cowboys fighting out on the arid sands of the Wild West, Landsborough was himself a pioneering in the English paperback publishing world of the 1950s. He was widely known amongst his peers as the 'maverick publishing genius'. His other western adventures include Fortress Jack Rides, Union Soldier, The Dog Men, The Fence Buster, The Stolen Bounty and Boss of the Diamond-O.
Ellie had always been an obedient young woman. While bright and charismatic, pursuing a suitable match had always been her last priority. Ellie had no doubt that she would be stuck in a loveless marriage, as no man ever caught her eye. The doubt only deepens with her father's pressuring wish to forbid her younger sister to debut before Ellie gets married. Ellie does not want to keep her sister from happiness, so an unexpected ball reunion with a childhood acquaintance seems to be the perfect opportunity to settle with a man she feels comfortable with. Nevertheless, Ellie's expectations about love are about to rapidly change and she is in for the biggest revelation of her life...
Alexander was not expecting anything extraordinary to happen to him when he walked into a ball after many years being away from home. Despite not having seen Ellie in years, he is immediately struck by her presence and swept away by her charming looks and personality. Ellie's suggestion of marrying straight away is already worrying enough, but it is love that Alexander fears even more than a hasty wedding. Haunted by his parents' love that quickly turned into hatred, he has sworn off marrying for love. However, all it takes is one look into Ellie's eyes and a captivating dance to warn him about the danger of falling deeply in love with her. Will Alexander manage to set his own prejudice aside and give love the chance it deserves?
As hard as they both try to fight their feelings, soon neither of them can deny how scarily fast they are falling in love with every passing minute. The depth of their unexpected feelings frightens Ellie, while it makes Alexander want to bring everything to a halt, even at the expense of ripping his own heart out. After an unexpected twist of faith though, Ellie's hand is pursued by another man and Alexander knows that time is running out and he has to make a choice. Will he walk away forever or will he try to write his own story from scratch ignoring his ...
This marriage of convenience turned out to be the best choice in their lives. But is their love enough to fight off injustice in town?
Rose's life turned upside down the moment her mother passed away Becoming a mail-order bride is the only logical solution if she wants to lead the life she wants. Along with her step-sister Anna, they both answer ads to different frontier states. Rose accepts Benjamin's invitation, a reserved and reclusive Sheriff in the Wild West. While Rose has to manage herself around the ranch, she realizes that Benjamin is a deeply scarred soul that needs mending. How will she help him find the salvation he needs by letting himself open to her never-ending love?
Benjamin is a strong-willed sheriff and a man of action. He was always struggling with reading and writing. His lifelong dream is to run for mayor and this is why he's looking a clever and suitable companion -- with a wife by his side the townspeople will trust him more. His mail-order bride is all this and so much more -- with Rose by his side he realizes that only through love can he become the man he wants to be. How will he finally trust his heart and let go of his trauma in order to fully devote himself to her?
The elections are close, and Rose will do anything in her power to prepare Benjamin run for mayor. However, when Anna, Rose's sister, arrives at their ranch barely escaping death, Benjamin is the only man capable enough of protecting his family. How will they let themselves love each other when each of their moves is being closely watched?
The Sheriff's Daring Wife in the West is a new emotional historical western romance book. If you like a selfless strong heroine, who speaks her mind and left so much behind to venture into the vast unknown forntier, then you'll adore Lydia Olson's sweet book.
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Two range-grabbing brothers: one is a town marshal and the other a crooked gambler who's willing to barter his soul for a slice of the range, rule a town called Cross Buttes, Texas.
It all begins on a blistering summer's day at high noon when they ride into the county and see the potential of the lush environment. Between them, these men mean to extend their hold on the territory by killing and robbing.
Into this Texas hell-town rides Frank Slade with orders to clean it up and to push back the frontiers of violence a little further west. He lacks a badge, yet is backed by the governor of the territory. For him this is a personal matter as his life-long friend is a victim, and he pokes around where other men are afraid to go.
Because of his fearless nature and thirst for justice, Slade becomes dangerous for the brothers to have around, so they come after him with guns.
When one of the Houston brothers dies in the dusty street of Cross Buttes, Chuck Houston swears he will kill Frank Slade.
But this is a grave mistake, for Slade proves to be a very hard man to kill...
Praise for John Glasby
'A thrilling read.' - Robert Foster, acclaimed author of The Lunar Code.
John Glasby was born in 1928, and graduated from University with an honours degree in Chemistry. He started his career as a research chemist for I.C.I, in 1952, and worked for them until his retirement. During the early 1960s, Glasby wrote dozens of paperback westerns, all of which were reprinted in hardcover and paperback four decades later. Following his retirement from I.C.I., Glasby produced a steady stream of new westerns, science fiction and crime novels, right up to his death in 2010.
For the first time ever, the Gar Prescott Series is available in one complete collection!
The deck is stacked against him. How can a greenhorn kid hope to take on the most dangerous outlaw in the country?
When outlaws attacked Edgar 'Gar' Prescott's wagon train, they killed his family and kidnapped him. He swears revenge - but first he needs to escape.
Then he needs to learn how to fight.
Gar has grit, wit and a never-say-die spirit. This is his story. How does a boy become a man? How is a legendary gunslinger made? Read the complete Gar Prescott series to see Gar grow from a boy into the roughest, toughest shootist in the old west.
The Gar Prescott series is a classic western serial with episodes written to be read in about an hour. Each episode is a standalone short story.
This book includes all nine episodes of the Gar Prescott series:
1.The Battle of Painted Rock
2.Into the Valley of Death
4.Gunfight at the Old Best Hotel
5.El Diablo's Revenge
6.Barbary Coast Showdown
9.Clifton's Last Stand
Action. Suspense. Twists and turns. A classic western, where good men fight for justice against all odds.
No romance. No cussing. No sex scenes. Just a fast-moving and clean western yarn with no filler!
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