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Dead Man Walking: A Wild West Omnibus by John Russell Fearn (Lume Books) 5.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 2 hours ago

The old west is brought back to life in this must-have collection of western adventures by bestselling author John Russell Fearn. THUNDER VALLEY When Brad Morrison stops by the Yellow Nugget saloon, he seems like just another prospector looking for gold. But for a simple man, Brad sure finds a lot trouble for himself. Getting on the bad side of Black Joe, who all but runs the town, is a mistake. Getting on the good side of Joe's beautiful fiancée, Betty Tarrant, is even worse. But with the prospect of gold up for grabs, Brad isn't going anywhere... YELLOW GULCH LAW Jess Burton and his sidekick Shorty Pearson ride into Yellow Gulch, desperate to find work after months on the road. They enlist into Wilton de Brock's company, even though the pay is bad and de Brock's reputation even worse. Only a day into the job, Burton realises the extent of what he has signed up for. But with de Brock having a firm grip on not just the work camp, but the whole of Yellow Gulch, escape seems all but impossible... TOWN WITHOUT LAW Gold Point, a festering town in the West, is completely in the power of local tyrant Sherman Hall. With no governing authority, Hall is free to set the law as he pleases, and the law of the gun is the only one he rules by. Rex M'Clyde, an honest man, grew up in Gold Point, alongside Sherman Hall. But Hall views him as a threat. When Hall frames him for a murder he didn't commit, M'Clyde knows he stands no chance and quickly finds himself cast out into the desert. With no food or water, he's as good as dead. Or is he... ? Praise for John Russell Fearn 'A classic story of adventure and courage in the Old West.' - Tom Kasey, best-selling author of Trade Off. John Russell Fearn (1908-1960) is well remembered for almost single-handedly driving the post-World War II boom in British publishing with a flood of science fiction, detective stories, and westerns. His writing appeared under various pseudonyms and has been translated into many ...

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 328 Pages (1,073 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 27th, 2020

Buffalo Soldiers by W.R. Benton (Loose Cannon Ent.) 4.3 Stars (30 Reviews)    Price verified 3 hours ago

Mount up Trooper! Sergeant Major 'Abe' Lucas and his troops discover the decimated remains of a settler's homestead, the aftermath of a devastating Indian raid. Among the death and devastation his scout spots something else, something unsettling. They see the unmistakable foot tracks of children being led away by the attackers. Lucas must find and recover the children no matter what the cost, but in doing so he becomes privy to something even bigger a coordinated uprising. The Sioux are planning to join with their neighboring tribes and push all white settlers off their lands. Written by the acclaimed author of, "Nate Grisham, Black Mountain Man" this action-packed tale of the Indian Wars features characters based on the real life exploits of the historic Buffalo Soldiers. Originally formed from the Civil War United States Colored Troop regiments, Buffalo Soldiers served throughout the western plains during the Indian Wars of the 1870-1890s. Many of these same troops went on to battle in the Spanish-American War.

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 215 Pages (808 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 27th, 2020

Kiowa Blood by Norman Lazenby (Lume Books) Price verified 6 hours 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 [x]
Length: 133 Pages (3,126 KB)
Lending: Not Enabled
Added: Oct 27th, 2020

Jake Caliber Westerns by Remington Kane 5.0 Stars (8 Reviews)    Price verified 6 hours ago

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.

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 116 Pages (1,775 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 27th, 2020

Slattery's Range by Richard Wormser (Lume Books) 5.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 7 hours ago

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.

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 149 Pages (1,473 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 27th, 2020

Law of the Lemhi: Part Two (Savage Law Book 1) by Kirby Jonas (Howling Wolf Publishing) 4.6 Stars (21 Reviews)    Price verified 10 hours ago

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.

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 321 Pages (1,190 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 27th, 2020

The Life of a Cowboy: Complete 5 Book Collection: True Life Tales of Texas Cowboys and Adventure Novels by Andy Adams (Musaicum Books) Price verified 13 hours ago

"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 [x]
Length: 1,145 Pages (2,353 KB)
Lending: Not Enabled
Added: Oct 27th, 2020

Mesa Feud by Gordon Landsborough (Lume Books) 3.5 Stars (3 Reviews)    Price verified 15 hours ago

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.

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 144 Pages (2,038 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 27th, 2020

Marked For Violence: A Pioneering Western by John Glasby (Lume Books) 5.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 8 hours ago

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.

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 159 Pages (1,646 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 27th, 2020

The Complete Gar Prescott Series: parts 1-9 by J.P. Masterson 4.0 Stars (11 Reviews)    Price verified 15 minutes ago

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 3.Blood Feud 4.Gunfight at the Old Best Hotel 5.El Diablo's Revenge 6.Barbary Coast Showdown 7.Bounty Hunted 8.Banditos! 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! Check out the free sample today!

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 278 Pages (2,051 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 26th, 2020
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