Book List in Order:56 titles

  • A range war was brewing, and even though Sundance wanted no part of it, fate dealt him in anyway. But right from the start, the odds were stacked against him.To begin with, there was the vicious land baron Lem Barkalow and his hired killer, Beecher S...


  • The brainchild of Amazon Kindle Number One bestselling western writers Mike Stotter and Ben Bridges, PICCADILLY PUBLISHING is dedicated to reissuing classic fiction from Yesterday and Today! CONTRACT IN CARTRIDGES“Beneath his thighs, he could feel ...


  • Sam Ramsey was a loner. He didn't need anything or anybody as long as he had his ranch-a place to breed and raise the sturdy little Morgan horses that were his whole life. But Sam lived in a time of violence; a time when bandits and cutthroat...


  • Nothing in Sheriff Frank Gaylord's background had ever prepared him for this. Pushing forty years of age, but still strong and fast with a gun, Gaylord truly believed he'd done a good job in Colter County. But there was talk behind his back....


  • The brainchild of Amazon Kindle Number One bestselling western writers Mike Stotter and Ben Bridges, PICCADILLY PUBLISHING is dedicated to reissuing classic fiction from Yesterday and Today!CARTRIDGE CREEKCartridge Creek was a typical New Mexico catt...


  • In appearance he could have been one of the Colonel's prosperous cattleman friends visiting from the West. But he was not - he was a soldier of fortune, a man who went where there was money to be made at the hard trade of violence. Fargo was a sp...


  • SEND FOR McCANDLESS ! Sundance was getting too much hard evidence on the Washington politicians and go-betweens who made up the Indian Ring, the most corrupt gang of thieves in American history. Grown fat from robbing the Indians, they knew threa...



  • ABOUT THE AUTHOR Benjamin Leopold Haas was born in Charlotte, North Carolina, in 1926. His imagination was inspired by the stories of the Civil War and Reconstruction as told by his Grandmother, who had lived through both. Ben’s father was also a...






  • The brainchild of Amazon Kindle Number One bestselling western writers Mike Stotter and Ben Bridges, PICCADILLY PUBLISHING is dedicated to reissuing classic fiction from Yesterday and Today! PANAMA GOLD A kill-crazy soldier of fortune named Cleve B...



  • BADLANDERS Fargo went up to the Dakotas to buy horses for the Army. This was 1918, but the country out there was still nearly as wild as in the old days. Holed up in the Badlands, the closest thing to hell on earth, were the meanest bunch of deser...


  • A rogue ranger and a crooked lawyer were using loopholes in the law to buy up ancient Spanish land grants and to throw hundreds of people off their land. But they wanted to grab the de Cordoba's land most of all because there was oil on it. Throug...



  • MAN TO MAN COMBAT Both the Indians and the U.S. Cavalry were being victimized. A lone crazed Cheyenne was on a personal war path against both sides and neither brigades of bluecoats nor tribes of braves could end his reign of terror. They needed t...


  • GUN FOR HIRE The harsh Western sun had burnt his skin bronze. His long blond hair appeared even lighter next to his darkened skin. He had the hard, ornery no-nonsense face of a professional killer. And that's exactly what he was. Sundance took on ...


  • FARGO'S ARSENAL: The English Webley & Scott Navy Automatic shoots a .455 bullet that is inherently unstable. The bullet is apt to tumble in flight and keyhole on impact. You can hit a man in the navel with it and have the slug come out the back of h...


  • FARGO'S ARSENAL: The Cold Double Action Model in .41 Long ' Colt caliber was the favored gun of Billy the Kid and of gentleman gambler Luke Short. Throwing a super heavy 200 grain slug, the factory load is a better man stopper than the .38 special. ...


  • DANGER WAS HIS BUSINESS He was a big man, with wide shoulders, narrow hips the long legs of a born and bred horseman. His hair was close-cropped and snow white, though he was only in his thirties. He had grown up hard and never looked back. He'd p...


  • Fargo was running Springfield rifles across the border to Pancho Villa. That meant he had to dodge the U.S. Army, the Texas Rangers, and the Mexican regulars. But for the kind of money he was getting, it was worth it. Then he got mixed up with two...


  • HALF-BREED He was a big man with the bronzed face of a Cheyenne and a mane of yellow hair. He was a half-breed and a professional killer who took on the toughest jobs if the price was right. And he didn't care if his targets were red or white. He ...


  • HIRED GUN Sundance was a half-breed, who had lived among the Indians for most of his life. Now he worked as a professional killer, proficient in the weapons of Indians and whites alike. He was as fast and as silent on the trail as any Indian, and ...



  • THE ORDEAL Marauding Comanches had kidnapped beautiful Virginia Stevens. Her uncle would pay anything to get her back, and he knew Sundance was the only man who could bring it off. Not only did Sundance have the Comanches to contend with -- he ...


  • The Colorado was the wildest, toughest river in America. Just staying alive on the rapids took a lot of nerve and a lot of luck. And then the men -- TR called them wolves -- oldtime gunfighters and desperados who hid out in the riverbank wilderness. ...


  • THEY CALLED HIM SUNDANCE ... the big man with the hard face of a Cheyenne and a mane of yellow hair. He'd ranged the West from Canada to Mexico, taken men apart with weapons both primitive and civilized to get a square deal for the tribes. Now he wa...


  • EIGHT DEAD MEN Someone wanted Sundance dead, wanted it enough to pay eight men to tail him into the hell-hot Texas desert, enough to pay eight men to risk their lives for one yellow scalp. There was only one way for Sundance to save himself -- k...


  • SUNDANCE'S TOUGHEST JOB The Tucson Ring, a group of greedy business men, were getting fat on keeping the Indian Wars alive in Arizona Territory. One of their plans was to keep Geronimo on the loose by supplying him with whiskey and ammo. General C...


  • PROFESSIONAL FIGHTING MAN he Indian Ring -- sticky-fingered Washington politicians and their local bully boys -- were looting millions of dollars that should have gone to the reservations, to buy food, blankets, supplies. They knew Sundance was gu...






  • DAKOTA SHOWDOWN It was the fall of 1875 and all the Plains tribes were at peace. The best Cheyenne hunting grounds were under Army control. But then General Custer found gold in the Black Hills and set out to stir up a war to save his prestige. Sund...


  • EITHER/OR: YOU DIE Luke Drury was one of the toughest men in the West. He wanted the Nez Perce stallions to service his own herd of mares. Luke was willing to buy the stallions, but if he had to, he would steal them. Only Sundance and a beautiful ...



  • Cold in the Black Hills The big strike had hit the Dakota Territory and Sundance found himself hip-deep in the action. A money-hungry head of a band of buffalo hunters swore he would grab the lion's share of the loot. Before Sundance faced him in ...


  • Sundance, the professional fighting man of the plains and the Baron from the Austrian Court made a deal. For $35,000 the big man with the bronzed face and the yellow hair would take the nobleman into deadly Apache territory to search for Emperor Maxi...


  • They called him Sundance. A big man with the bronzed face of a Cheyenne and a mane of yellow hair. He had ranged from Canada to Mexico, from the Mississippi to the Shining Mountains and west to the Pacific. He could take any man apart with rifle, pis...


  • A Town Called Hell The land echoed with the thundering hoofs of Modoc ponies. In minutes they swooped down and captured the wagon train and its cargo of gold. But an Indian could not spend stolen gold in the days when Captain Jack ruled the Modoc ...


  • From the author of the best-selling Fargo series. Kilpatrick fought drought, floods, rustlers and Indians as he trailed the herd of longhorns the thousand miles from Texas to the Kansas railhead. That was only the start of his troubles as his men wer...


  • He stood, at full height, something better than six feet, with broad, sloping shoulders and a barrel-chest tapering to lean waist and slim hips. The shaggy hair spilling beneath the dusty, flat-crowned sombrero was the color of a raven’s wing, and,...


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    The brainchild of Amazon Kindle Number One bestselling western writers Mike Stotter and Ben Bridges, PICCADILLY PUBLISHING is dedicated to reissuing classic fiction from Yesterday and Today! ALASKA STEEL Fargo threw back the parka hood, and cold ...


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    Fargo was making good money running guns across the border to Pancho Villa. He didn't give a damn about the Mexican Revolution, as long as the money was good. Then a dangerous Mexican-Irishman named Carlos O'Brien and a good-looking El Paso saloon...


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    Fargo went to Argentina for two reasons. The first was money – $20,000 – because he never sells his gun without getting paid in advance. Professional interest was the second reason; in his time, Fargo had picked up the tricks of his deadly trade ...



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    He stood, at full height, something better than six feet, with broad, sloping shoulders and a barrel-chest tapering to lean waist and slim hips. The shaggy hair spilling beneath the dusty, flat-crowned sombrero was the color of a raven’s wing, and,...


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    The brainchild of Amazon Kindle bestselling western writers Mike Stotter and Ben Bridges, PICCADILLY PUBLISHING is dedicated to issuing classic fiction from Yesterday and Today!THE Gun-HawksThe hardest winter in years was closing in fast as big, raw-...


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    Fargo staked an old prospector to five thousand and figured to make a million in gold on the deal. It made him killing mad when a bunch of gun slicks killed the old man, stole the gold and took his daughter along to while away the weary hours on the ...


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    Some folks swore that glory-seeking Pat Garrett never did gun down Billy the Kid in that darkened adobe house in New Mexico. Fargo never thought about it one way or the other, until a man with foxy eyes backed his argument with $25,000. For that kind...










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    The brainchild of Amazon Kindle Number One bestselling western writers Mike Stotter and Ben Bridges, PICCADILLY PUBLISHING is dedicated to reissuing classic fiction from Yesterday and Today! VALLEY OF SKULLS Fargo was after two things: a priceless...


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    The East Texas oilfields came in with a boom. Rivers of money gushed from the ground. Along with the money came the speculators, the wheelers and dealers - and the killers. Fargo followed the money and excitement clear across Texas. Trouble is Far...


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    Fargo knew Lasher was behind attempts to wreck the MacKenzie logging operation. Lasher wanted the timberland for himself, and smashing MacKenzie was the first step. Fargo's old Rough Riders boss had an interest in the situation and wanted Lasher stop...


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    The brainchild of Amazon Kindle Number One bestselling western writers Mike Stotter and Ben Bridges, PICCADILLY PUBLISHING is dedicated to reissuing classic fiction from Yesterday and Today! WOLF’S HEAD Fargo knew Lasher was behind attempts to wrec...