Book List in Order: 60 titles

  • Mayhem, murder and a maverick sheriff in what was surely the craziest and wildest plot Blade ever got mixed up in. Lawmen and outlaws want his hide as he moves in the shadow of the hangman’s noose.JOE BLADE – an unwilling killer, hunted and betra...


  • Joe Blade was hunting for the men who had murdered his mother and father. All their lives Cy Hartman and Carl Roe had concealed their guilty secret—and grew rich and powerful on it. When Blade went against them they hired the best killers to bring ...


  • FRANK O’HARA had a treasure. Everybody knew about it but nobody could find it. Or Frank O’Hara.CHARITY CLAYTON knew about the treasure and was after it. She was after Joe Blade too—which he didn’t mind.EDDIE PRENTICE was town marshal of Cheye...


  • The Nevada mustang was the famous spotted stallion sought after by all men who had horse fever.Chavez – the MexicanLittle Wolf – the KiowaMarty Carr – the gunmanand Joe BladeThey had one thing in common the hope that it would be their rope that...


  • Posset was the stranger who held it ... Chavez was the Mexican who worked it ... and Geronimo baptized it with blood.Arizona was a wild, forbidding land. The Indians had possessed it since the beginning of time, and they prized their freedom. The whi...


  • The Mexican Proposition was the creation of a new state comprising Northern Mexico and the southwestern United States—the Republic of the Rio Grande. It would stretch from Louisiana to the Pacific.Brigand and murderer Porfirio Rojas and his band of...


  • Caleb Hughes aimed to hang McAllister. He had an old grudge to settle. Besides, men would then talk about him from Canada to the Mexican border.McAllister was on the trail of a bunch of desperate horse-thieves. They had stolen his famous California h...


  • Doke Struther had checked in his gun for a bottle of whiskey and looked like he would not survive. That was until Joe Blade came along asking for help in getting two beautiful women to Denver in one piece. But Harry Lister and his a bunch of murderin...


  • Pecos country – tough on horses, hell for women.Land where Kiowas hunted horses, Comanches looked for loot, Mescaleros hunted the white man-and Joe Blade hunted a child killer. He knew he rode to his own possible death at the hands of the Indians. ...






  • McAllister had finally struck it lucky.Gold is where you find it. Nobody knew where old Whiskey Joe had found his. But there were a good many hard-cases who wanted to know. And they were ready to go to any lengths to get their hands on it.McAllister ...


  • Even the Texas Rangers and the local law held back from the two powerful, land-hungry millionaires. Blade was the only man left to challenge them. They ambushed him, bushwhacked him and tried to run him out of town, but he survived. Meeting violence ...


  • They gambled bloodily with the lives of innocent men and women... They used mayhem and murder to fulfil their ambitions..The prize in their deadly gamble was the Territory of Arizona. Law and order rested in the hands of Joe Blade, lovely Charity Cla...


  • BLADE—tough, tender and temperamental. Slow to anger, fast with a gun and no slouch with women. A man tempered by the West, dangerous living and a perpetual gamble with death.THE WOMEN—the Indian girl: lovely waif of a grisly massacre. The Mexica...


  • McAllister—totally dedicated to the hunting of one man The Quarry—a man with no name, only a reputation for violence and evil Ana—young, beautiful, and tragically caught in the crossfire of the two antagonistsWeek in and week out, McAllister re...


  • Rem McAllister was a man alone. They drove off his precious horses. They burned his home. They chased him off his land. He had dared to use the open range claimed by the powerful cattle barons - and now he must pay the ultimate price. But they had...


  • A crazy killer loose in an Arizona cow town. A man drunk with ambition tries to blast his way to power. A sheriff, a freighter and a girl all horribly killed. So they call in Sam Spur, ex-gunslinger, now Deputy US Marshal. Spur rides the death-trail ...


  • He was fast with a gun-but was this fast enough to stay alive? McAllister's Gun was fast. And with the kind of life he led, it had to be. When the brutal Dolfin gang strung up his friend, McAllister added a hungry desire for vengeance to his speed wi...


  • Sam Spur was in trouble—gun-trouble, law-trouble, bandit-trouble … and finally, the worst trouble of all—woman-trouble.Right at the start he was in a mess and he thought matters couldn’t be worse. But he was wrong. They could be a lot worse. ...


  • Once again, the deadly trio – Sam Spur, Cusie Ben and the Cimarron Kid – ride the death trail, reluctant upholders of the law, bringing their own kind of violent justice to a wild land.Sam Spur found guilty of murder by a power-hungry sheriff, wa...






  • Wayne Ulster had cleaned up many dirty towns with brains, guts and a fast gun. But three men were too much for him and he landed up full of lead. Sam Spur, the most wanted man in the West, helped track down his killers, assured by the Governor of a f...


  • The Cimarron Kid was a nasty little killer if ever there was one. He claimed to be nineteen years of age and to have killed a man for every year of his life. He was poison, and had been known to kill for the possession of a single horse. He'd also...


  • 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! LONGHORN They were mean, all three of them. They had been t...


  • Someone had given the unknown cowboy a rough ride. When Sam Spur found him, sprawled unconscious on the prairie, his hair was matted and filthy, his face bloody, his breathing shallow. With Spur's help the unknown made a painful comeback, told his...


  • BORN TO DIE A SUCKER'S DEATHAs the man threw a leg over the sill of the window, Jody shot him through the body. The rifle hit the ground and the man smashed back into the house. More gunfire fractured the hot and dusty air. This time...


  • Two braves came up to Spur and ripped the remains of his shirt from his body. The sweat poured down him. Then the man wearing the buffalo horns turned and faced him. In his hands he held a hot iron. He was still smiling. He capered a little, danci...


  • The brainchild of Amazon Kindle Number One bestselling western writers Mike Stotter and Ben Bridges, PICCADILLY PUBLISHING is dedicated to issuing classic fiction from Yesterday and Today! BATTLE FURYThis epic new Storm story tells of the relentless ...


  • 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 IS MY BROTHER His name spelt fear to every man in town.Was it si...


  • 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! A BREED OF MENOne of the men said: “I’ll give you a cha...


  • 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! THUNDER IN THE WEST He cantered through the long New Mexico evening in a...






  • 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! ONE MAN, ONE GUN He rode hard and he rode tall, slamming his way along a...


  • 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!ONE NOTCH TO DEATHMart Storm rode into the shadow of death, braced by two...


  • Having quit Civil War devastated Texas, the Storm family - father, mother, three sons, two daughters - found their promised land in Colorado. But Colorado was then the American West's furthest frontier, rich in fertile land but dangerously short o...


  • The girl was a good looker as girls go, and Clay Storm wanted her for wife. Two ruthless riders from the North also wanted her - dead. And so ... Clay stepped onto the trail and said: ‘Hold it right there.’ The man on the horse clutched the gi...


  • When Grotton's boys bushwhacked the herd, they had one grim order: leave no witnesses alive. For justice was rough on the untamed plains of Kansas, and cattle-stealing was a hanging charge. But two men survived the massacre. Rem McAllister was one of...


  • Rem McAllister, toughest living legend of the Old West, was caught. Caught between his loyalty to the Indians and his loyalty to the Army. He found himself walking a tightrope -and if he fell, death was waiting below on both sides...Another gunsmoke-...


  • McAllister, wild and tough as the land that bred him, was hunting a man who owed him a life. He trailed him from the dusty Mexican border to the wide plains of Nebraska. If he had to, he'd hunt him for another year - and another after that. He'd keep...


  • Vengeance Was What McAllister Wanted...Vengeance -for his friend, shot down right in front of his eyes. Vengeance -against the toughest, cruellest, all-fired meanest operator the West had ever seen, a man who took what he wanted just whenever he want...


  • Rancher Bourn was/ a big man; big, rough - arid rich. He was offering five hundred dollars to the man who could get back his pretty-young wife, kidnapped. by Comanche braves in a raid. If saving Mrs Bourn from a fate worse than deaith was worth that ...


  • This was one gunfight it looked like nobody was going to win... Rem McAllister had been in plenty of tough corners in the course of his violent career. But this was one of the toughest. He stood facing the town's local gun-wizard and his pals, revol...






  • The sheriff was a violent, crooked man. He traded - in death, and always showed a profit. His mine in the Arizona hills was a kind of hell on earth, guarded by hard-bitten desperadoes. All around lurked the deadly Apache, as lethal and quick to strik...


  • Markham ruled the land-with money and with guns. He also had two beautiful daughters and a sister. To these McAllister and his two henchmen were drawn like bees to a honeypot. To get Markham off their backs and the girls into their arms, they had to ...


  • Another fast action western from the author of DEATH TRAIL. Single-handed he challenged the ferocious Apache in their mountainlair... He crouched in the darkness, gun in hand, knowing that they were all around him in the stillness of the night. Then ...


  • Available at a low price for 7 days only! The Comanche Crossing-the dreaded width of the Staked Plain between the Texas brasada and Colorado. McAllister and a handful of men, with three thousand cattle, would have to challenge distance, thirst...



  • McAllister rides again - against the cattle-kings of the high prairie...He was alone in the darkness with enemies all around him. As a dark figure loomed up near him he lunged forward, raising his knife for the death thrust. When the man cried out th...





  • Rem McAllister took the job reluctantly. He was to lead an army mule-train laden with gold across the desert from Mesquite Springs - and he knew that with Clancy and the ruthless Franchon Gang on the rampage, and Gaton and his Apaches out for white s...








  • The country was laid waste by the ferocious Apache. Arch Kelso’s ranch was raided. He was ruined and he needed to make a stake, so he found himself guarding a wagon train of gold through the devastated land. It was a tough job defying attacks by cu...


  • Will Storm was heading north into Kansas with his family and three thousand head of wild, mean-minded longhorns. It was a journey that took courage from the start, grim tenacity to keep going and raw guts to see it through to the end. Mortal dange...





  • When the white men slaughtered Indians, it was called a victory. But when the Indians killed whites, that was a massacre. To be on the safe side, the whites called every Indian a 'hostile'. And when you were a hostile, not even the Stars and Strip...


  • It was not McAllister's speed with a gun - nor his accuracy. It was his infernal luck. The way he walked away alive from every fight. Brennan was nervous. He had come to Black Horse to kill. And McAllister was wearing the sheriff's badge....


  • The Comanche Crossing—the dreaded width of the Staked Plain between the Texas brasada and Colorado. McAllister and a handful of men, with three thousand cattle, would have to challenge distance, thirst and the most dreaded Indians in the West if th...






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    The Mexicans called them Apache de Navajo.The Americans called them everything they could lay their tongues to. Other Indians feared them like nothing else on earth. They were ...THE NAVAHOYears ago Warren Haffner had ridden fearfully down the Navaho...