Book List in Order:32 titles

  • Fred Grove's Indian heritage (Osage and Sioux) and his lifelong love of horses bring to his Western stories a unique point of view and authenticity. Add to this his painstaking attention to historical detail and it is little wonder that he won five S...


  • Walt Durand is on his way to Red Cloud to meet his best friend, Larry Cramer, when his horse is shot out from under him. Because there is no ground cover, he has no alternative but to hide behind the body of his dead horse. He determines there are th...



  • Former Union Army solider Jesse Wilder, forced to serve in the war and viewed as a traitor, takes a stand when his homestead is terrorized by night raiders who will do anything to run him out of town. Reprint....


  • Estranged from his family due to his decision to join the Union militia, Daniel Wade, recovering from a war injury, returns home only to discover that a gang of vicious outlaws have taken the entire town hostage, forcing him to once again engage in b...


  • After an absence of ten years, Sam Colter's homecoming to Red Mound, Oklahoma, is tinged by sadness. Many of his childhood friends are gone, and Sam's move to a large spread in Texas had cost him his old sweetheart. And now the discovery of oil on th...


  • During the roaring twenties, the oil rich Osage Indians of Oklahoma were among the wealthiest people in the US. Every can man and no-account drifter had a plan to get their hands on some of that money....


  • As novelist Elmer Kelton once observed, Fred Grove's Osage and Sioux heritage and his lifelong love of horses bring to his stories a unique point of view and rare authenticity. Certainly few writers can match him when it comes to Western excitement a...







  • Evan Shelby must fight to protect the land he loves in the great Gila Wilderness of New Mexico Territory when a major cattle ranch tries to force him and his neighbors to sell their land, and as tensions mount, the threat of a fierce battle looms on ...


  • Buck Clegg has twenty years of horse racing behind him, beginning at the age of fourteen on bush tracks in Oklahoma and Texas. But he's given up the saddle, and is now a jockey's agent. Buck is in New Mexico when Charlie Vann contacts him. Buck used ...


  • Determined to start a new life in the Arizona Territory, Jesse Wilder, haunted by his wife's murder, finds his plans thwarted by Mrs. Susan Lattimore, who implores him to rescue her young son from the Apaches who have kidnapped him, forcing Jesse to ...


  • Hired for a dangerous scouting mission in Mexico, a former Union officer turned mercenary discovers that he will also have a chance to avenge his wife's death while working undercover in Mexico. Reprint....




  • Hardened on the battlefields of the Civil War and Mexico, Tennessean Jesse Wilder finds himself in New Mexico Territory protecting settlers from a series of attacks that appear deceptively like Apache raids when in fact they were carried out by an ev...


  • A SURVIVOR Jesse Wilder survived the horrors of Shiloh. He survived the hell of a Yankee prison camp and the shame of volunteering for the Union Army of the West--the only way to escape certain death in the camp. But when the war ended and he came...





  • Details the horse racing adventures of three unusual men--Dude McQuinn, the straight-talking front man, Coyote Walking, an eastern educated Comanche, and Uncle Billy Lockhart, an elderly western witch doctor and veterinarian...


  • When Victorio, the terrible Apache war chief appears to have returned from the dead and incites the Apache tribes, only an undermanned cavalry and a few trusted Apache scouts can save the town from destruction...


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    There were few horse breeders in the West to equal Lee Banner: the man was a born horseman who took any job he could find to keep his small Oklahoma spread going and to help him fulfill his lifelong dream of seeing one of his two-year-olds in the All...


  • In the spring of 1876, the Western plains were brown with migrating herds of buffalo, and the guns of their hunters roared like thunder. Their slaughter was an ugly and dangerous business, but it was also very profitable. It attracted some of the mos...



  • Poetry-spouting Coyote Walking, smooth-talking Dude McQuinn, and cagey old Uncle Billy travel across Texas, racing their champion quarter horse, Judge Blair, against all comers and winning big, until they hit Three Springs...











  • Frank Chesney knew the Comanche country as no other white man did. To the Qua-ha-da Comanches he was “Bloody Knife,” and they lusted for his scalp. When this Texas woman came to him it was to ask his help. Her name was Henrietta Wagner, and her s...