Book List in Order: 18 titles


  • Once he had belonged to the stark and brutal days, days of manhunts and sudden violence. Now Owen Toller had a farm and a family. Until the Brunner brothers came down from the hills-to murder and plunder, to writer bloodier, more savage history than ...



  • His face was burned to the color of old leather, and I guessed he was the type that spent a lot of time on a golf course, or maybe a tennis court. We talked a little about the weather and how hot it was, and then I hung up the hose and went to work o...


  • THE ROCK WAS about the size of a man's head. A beautiful rock, about twenty pounds of it, and somehow I had to get over to it. The minute I saw it I knew that rock was just the thing I needed. This is going to take some doing, I thought, but I have t...


  • He came forward slowly, in that curious toe-heel gait that Indians have. With a big left hand, he grabbed Marta by the hair and jerked her half out of the chair. I hit him in the face and pulled Marta behind me. "Keep your damn hands off her if you w...


  • He trafficked in rum and women, this modern-day Al Capone. Clifton Adam's famous tale of bootlegging in Oklahoma, 20 years after Prohibition's repeal in 47 other states. Legendary to this day for its dark account of a man on the wrong side of the tra...


  • Aaron Moonlight was surprised to see Vic Dodd caught up with a badbunch. He couldn't believe that a man, even Dodd, would hire gunhands, make a wagon trip to the Unassigned Lands, contaminate five thousand head of livestock, and have a man sh...


  • "The Grabhorn Bounty" is about a reward offered by a railroad firm for a robber whose name isn't even known. The hero is a man named Shade, a railroad detective, who follows a cold trail in an attempt to find the faceless killer. When he and an old s...






  • William Richter -- as rough and gritty as the landscape he inhabits -- tries to make a go of cattle ranching in Texas with three of his Civil War buddies. Richter and his friends work hard to succeed, but still find they have to turn to wealthy Henry...




  • Image not available Add to Wishlist Browse Related Subjects Fiction > WesternsWestern storiesFiction in English To California Sam, con artist extraordinaire, making a pitch and pulling in the sucker's money is a very satisfying way of life. But sudde...




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    As a deputy marshal of the U.S. District for Western Arkansas in the 1880s, Harry Cole was well qualified for the tough and demanding work he did. He took a passionate pride in the knowledge that he was better at his work than almost anybody else. Th...


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    As a railroad agent, Concannon's job was to stamp out the vermin who terrorized innocent passengers. He was as quick with his temper as he was with a gun, and that's why they sent him in to recover the $100,000 looted from a westbound train. As dange...


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    Any time Casey came near the Comanches he knew he could expect an arrow through the throat. Now he had a choice - turn back and be branded a coward, or go on and risk a Comanche death... The kill glitter in the Comanche's eyes became blank dismay, an...