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  • Presents two short novels, in one of which, there appears to be a conspiracy against two brothers with a profitable ranch, when one brother appears to be ambused by his brother after an argument, but the other brother is in jail accused of murder and...


  • TWO FULL NOVELS. Hunt the Man Down by Lewis B. Patten: It began with a raging snowstorm and a woman's terrified scream. And suddenly Mike Logan found himself forced to flee for his life, accused of a crime he never committed- hunted by a powerful ra...


  • Here are two short novels by Lewis B. Patten, written at the height of his powers, collected now for the first time in book form. Dance-Hall Gal is the story of young Tom Otis. Since he was old enough to ride herd, he worked on his father s Anchor ...


  • The White Cheyenne is the story of Julien Tremeau, son of mountain man and rancher Charles Tremeau and his Indian wife Red Earth Woman. Charles Tremeau thought his son should know the white world as well as the Indian, and so sent Julien East to scho...





  • In the title story, Roan Childress has a small ranch in Montana. An incursion by rustlers has left him without the where-with-all to make his next mortgage payment to the bank. For this reason he lent an ear to Colonel Simon Houston, a big rancher in...









  • A Spur Award-winning Author The minute he rode into his old hometown, Medicine Arrow, Frank Kailey knew something was wrong. Behind the blank stares of his former friends lurked a terrible secret . . . a secret that directly involved him. What it was...


  • The Killing opens with Rudy Coulter dead, shot by Arch Dorrance in a jealous rage when Arch had come home to find his wife in Rudy s arms. Dorrance s act is considered justified and he is acquitted. The Coulter family objects to the verdict, and when...



  • This book is written by Lewis B Patten. Tag Landry's brother meant to kill him, and in a drunken frenzy might just as easily shoot the old man too. Tag realised that he was outnumbered as he returned at last to Landry, Wyoming. There were too many on...


  • Spur Award-winning Author Alex Longmire very early earned a reputation for being fast with a gun. He never hired out his ability, but his reputation served to isolate him from everyone. When an attack against Alex by Rod Zellman ends with Zellman's d...


  • When rancher Nick Kenyon, during a devastating drought, diverts the remaining water to his ranch, Walt Rand, the owner of the Double R ranch who is tired of Nick's troublemaking and greed, decides to take him down in a hail of bullets. Reprint....


  • One of the recurring themes of Lewis B. Patten's work has long been justice in the Old West. In "Blood on the Grass," Barton Pruitt returns to Arapahoe, intent on ranching on what had been his father's spread. But that doesn't sit well with the giant...


  • Young Ernie Waymire inherits his father's bitterness toward the Hunnicutts when his fiancee, Irene Hunnicutt, betrays him; Matt Hurst seeks justice when a sheriff's posse kills his father and brothers...


  • Three exciting short novels by the master of frontier fiction capture the wild spirit of the Old West and include Summer Kill, in which two sons seek revenge against the man who brutally murdered their father during a nighttime trail ride. Reprint....


  • BEST OF THE WESTOne of the most popular and respected authors of Western fiction, Lewis B. Patten received three Spur Awards from the Western Writers of America and was honored with the Golden Saddleman Award for lifetime achievement. Now you can exp...







  • It was seven years since Dan Youngerman had ridden with his brother Sam in the infamous Youngerman gang. Dan Youngerman was on the other side of the fence now, as lawman in a peaceful Kansas town. But that peace was ending. The Youngerman gang was r...








  • When the Apache Kid, a notoriously vicious killer, escapes from jail, he seeks revenge on Frank Healey, the professional Indian scout who captured him, by using Healey's young wife to lure him into a deadly confrontation...




  • The appearance of a riderless horse in Unionville was the first sign of trouble. Sheriff Condon recognized it instantly as the stage guard's horse, and when he noticed the bloodstained saddle he began to fear the worst. Condon's fiancee, Lucy, was on...





  • TWO BY A MASTERLewis B. Patten is truly a master of Western fiction. He received three Spur Awards from the Western Writers of America and was awarded the Golden Saddleman Award for lifetime achievement. Here are two of his finest short novels, resto...



  • Mart Joliffe and his pa owned the Tincup cattle ranch high in the Colorado storm country, up near the Utah border. When sheep rancher John Robineau moved his sheep herd onto Tincup graze land, trouble wasn't far behind. Available now....



  • In Lynching at Broken Butte, an attempt on his life makes U.S. Marshal August Cragg suspicious about the local townsfolk, and in Sunblade, a land-hungry range owner is targeted by his worst enemy--his son. Original....


  • Fifteen-year-old Frank Halliday's life is placed in jeopardy by a well-meant provision in his father's will which states that his long-time foreman, who has helped raise Frank, will inherit the ranch if Frank should die before he reaches the age of 2...


  • Slade Teplin was said to have killed sixteen men, and he was not yet thirty. Today Teplin was returning home. The little town of Cottonwood Springs wasn't preparing a friendly reception. They waited and wondered -- why was Slade coming back after all...







  • Patten’s characters are real people whose lives are shattered by the violence of a gunshot, who suffer from the brutality of misplaced hatred, and who sometimes succeed in living off the rugged land of the West and sometimes do not. Robert E. Brin...






  • Arroyo Blanco County was a powder keg of bottled-up resentment and potential murder. The scorching sun and deadly drought were felling the cattle like flies and, very soon now, Adam Guthrie was going to foreclose on the bedeviled ranchers. One man st...










  • Frank Healy, and Indian scout, had made plen ty of enemies. But no one hated him more than the vicious Ap ache Kid. When the Kid escaped from prison and kidnapped Hea ly''s wife, Healy knew he was the intended victim. '...










  • The minute Sheriff Webb Dolan led the posse out of town he knew he was in serious trouble. The three murdering outlaws were already hours into the deadly Ute Indian country... and some of Dolan's recruits were unfit to go after them. Worse yet, Dolan...


  • For years Canavan had lived in peace with th e Apache. But that time had come to a brutal end. The fierce renegades had swept down from the mountains, his neighbours were massacred and Edith, his fiancee, was taken captive. '...



  • A Spur Award-winning Author They were discharged Union soldiers, and they were destined to change Jason Willard's entire life. The one with the strange eyes, the big man with the black beard, and the youth with a bloody bandage. They left Jason's par...


  • The Big Four ruled a cattle empire. They were men who had fought and killed to win the land from the Comanches and now they weren't going to turn it over to government squatters...not even if the law demanded it. Violence and murder explode on the pl...




  • THE WOMAN WAS BOUND TO BRING TROUBLE... Jess Burdett was just a solitary buffalo hunter, en route to join a group of others in the Indian country south of the Arkansas. The killing of the buffalo was prohibited by treaty, and that meant danger eno...


  • Charlie, the young grandson of a prominent rancher, had been taken hostage by a band of vicious Cheyennes after they hadslaughtered his parents. The search party forced Charlie to act as their scout but Charlie had other ideas....



  • When Sheriff Pete Handy and his half Indian son are bringing in a prisoner, they find a badly wounded Indian in chains on display in the window of the hardware store. Set in the West in 1872....




  • Written by Lewis B Patten. For five years Owen Scobey had successfully hidden his past from young Matt. And during that troubled time he had grown to love the boy as he would have loved his own son. But with that love was fear - fear of the moment wh...


  • The Red Sabbath is a must-read for anyone with an interest in Custer and/or the Indian Wars, and, of course, for fans of Lewis Patten's work. This book was the winner of the Spur Award for best western historical novel in 1968....


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    Ruthlessly, Clint Morgan had built up the giant Sombrero Ranch until it was the biggest and the best in all the New Mexico Territory. But a shadow fell over the range land when Clint's bastard son, Morgan Lamb, arrived from the East, bringing with hi...


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    A Spur Award-winning Author Jed Holley had staked a claim on Shavano Creek. There were only a few homesteaders there, but that was a few too many for men like the Custis brothers. And they were mean enough and tough enough to do something about it. S...


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    Double the value, double the excitement--two classic Westerns for one low price. When a band of Indians is slaughtered in retaliation for the massacre at Little Bighorn, a U.S. marshal's investigation threatens to start another war in The Killings at...


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    A Spur Award-winning Author Jess Paddock was the only man in Fort Kearny who knew what was going on. As a former major in the Confederate Army he'd fought with the best of them, and his knowledge of Indian warfare was second to none. There was no dou...




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