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Where Guns Talk

Roger Norris-Green

Ahead was a cold-blooded killer and an innocent woman who wanted to believe he was no such thing. Behind was a God-fearing tyrant by the name of Isaac Madie and Madie’s three sons, all of them with vengeance in mind. And Blake Durant was caught smack in the middle. He wanted to rescue the woman and return a fortune in …

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Somewhere a Sundown

Roger Norris-Green

When Blake Durant reached the town of Lincoln, he really should have just kept riding. But he didn’t get the chance. Within moments of his arrival, a gun-tough named Nico Semole injured his horse and then tried to pick a fight with an old man. Blake stopped him and beat him to pulp. But Nico just didn’t know when to …

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So Who’s Arguin’

Adam Brady

Buck Halliday fled the town of Pardoo after being falsely accused of murder. In his haste to avoid a lynching, he strayed from the main trail and ended up in a desolate valley with a bad reputation. They said plenty of men had ridden into the nameless valley, but none had ever returned. It wasn’t long before Halliday discovered why. …

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Only the Fastest

Adam Brady

The old man and his lovely niece Hope were in big trouble. The local land baron, bully-boy Aldo Latimer, wanted their ranch – at any cost. But what made the old Clayton place worth so much to him? Why was he willing to try every dirty trick in the book to get it? All Dick and Hope Clayton knew was …

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Fool’s Gold

Eric Niven

Trouble struck with the powerful boom from a large caliber rifle, the sound quickly evaporating like a rare morning mist in the hot desert air. The Whip felt the passing of the heavy slug as it blasted a hole in his hat and then tore off some wood molding on the back of the stagecoach before kicking up dust in …

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Cry Riot

E. Jefferson Clay

Spargo was a mining town… but there hadn’t been any mining there for a while. The mines were in a dangerous condition, and their owner, Foley Kingston, refused to make improvements. So the miners-those who’d survived the numerous cave-ins and accidents-went on strike, and Kingston called on his old friend, Duke Benedict, to help him break it. Benedict’s partner, big …

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Wagons West of Hell

Cole Shelton

Following the death of its guide, a wagon train bound for Gun Creek had stalled outside the small town on Conchita. But when Shane Preston and Jonah Jones rode in on the trail of the scar-faced man Shane had sworn to kill, wagon master Huston Whittaker saw an answer to their problems. Whittaker was an old friend of Shane’s, and …

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The Man With No Past

Pete B Jenkins

In the wilds of Arizona a man wakes up to find that not only does he have a nasty head wound, but amnesia as well. Unaware of who he is, or even where he is, all he has to go on is a name in a bible in the saddlebags of a lame horse grazing nearby. The name is Zachariah …

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Robbers’ Roost

Steven Gray

Gustavus Greeley is a bounty hunter, not a private detective. Nevertheless, he reluctantly accepts an assignment to travel to Elk Horn and discover whether or not Robin Warner, the town’s ex-sheriff, is guilty of being a member of the gang of stagecoach robbers plaguing the area. On the way he sees for himself the way the gang operate when the …

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Last Train to Gun Ridge

Cole Shelton

It was the riskiest job Shane Preston and Jonah Jones had ever taken on. The Texas Rangers wanted them to ride into a lawless town called Sombrero and kidnap Lobo Dawson, a prominent member of Sam Hashknife’s notorious outlaw gang. If they could fetch him back to Ranger headquarters, it was hoped that he’d reveal the location of Hashknife’s hideout …

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