Book List in Order: 38 titles

  • In the title story of this Western Trio, the Ranch of the Four Winds, owned by Sir John Moss, promotes peace and justice in the wild country surrounding it. Outlaws and lawmen alike come to visit and hang their weapons on pegs whilst there. The ranch...


  • PERIL PRESS presents: Fifteen Western Tales, January 1953 Copyright 1934 by Popular Publications, Inc. INJUN LIST by Walt Coburn He had only his pride left. When that was gone, the Judge knew, it was time to die. A broken derelict, the Judge fought ...


  • In "Ride 'Im Cowboy" Tom Rawlins finds his identity papers gone, necessary for him to claim the inheritance of the Cross P Ranch in Arizona. He then witnesses a train robbery and finds himself accused of participating. Now there is another man who cl...


  • Three of Walt Coburn's finest Western short novels appear here in book form for the first time. "Riders of the Purple" concerns two ranches that have worked together and co-operated for twenty years before someone else managed to split them into feud...


  • Contains "Broken Wings," in which Capt. Stuart MacLane is forced by vicious kidnappers to steal a million dollars in gold, and "Wanted Men," in which an orphan, after helping a wanted man escape a certain death, searches for someone he can trust. Rep...




  • "Don Of The Black Serape" tells the story of Steve Doyle, a young American who served for a time in Pancho Villa's gringo battalion before joining the A.E.F. in Europe. The infamous 'don' is an old man who wields political power in his district. In t...


  • Known as "The King of the Westerns," "The Cowboy Author," and "The King of the Pulps," Walt Coburn ruled the roost for decades when it came to Western fiction. His work appeared in virtually every important Western magazine and became the standard by...







  • Walt Coburn’s father pioneered in Montana Territory, joined the Vigilantes who chased road agents, and eventually built up one of the biggest cow outfits in the young state. The Circle C Ranch spread over thirty thousand acres in northern Montana, ...


  • The ranch had some kind of curse on it - all the owners had died violent deaths at the hands of unknown killers. Not even this would stop Tad Addison now that he had the chance to buy a place and start his own cattle empire. Addison was tough, but be...







  • The tenth earl of Berham did not know what to do. An attractive thirty-two-year-old bachelor, he was appointed guardian of one Freddie Armstrong, the eighteen-year-old grandson of his late father's dear friend. That was bad enough. Then he dis...







  • Bass Slocum was 21 when he learned that his real father had been a notorious outlaw -- long since dead at the hands of the Texas Rangers. Then a drunken stranger challenged Bass in a border town, and it was shoot first or die. Now Bass was an outlaw ...


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    After his father had been targeted and killed by the law enforcers of his religious sect for acting in defiance of their rules, cattleman Bryce Bradford knows that the same fate could await him in the rangelands of Montana....



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    The feud between the Rutledges and the Bannings began during the Civil War...And continued bitter and deep-rooted into the 80's when young Bob Rutledge left the bullet-laced Texas Range - for the fresh grasslands of Montana... But the lawless Banning...


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    Sundown was a sick town - sick with the deadly fever that was killing cattle, and sick with outlaw terror. Jim Benton, fresh out of veterinary school, and given the job of wiping out the plague, imposed a quarantine. But the cattle-running gunmen of ...






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    Written by Walt Coburn. Pablo Guerrero was the most feared outlaw bandito on the Arizona border. So, when panniless cowman Pat Roper found himself gifted with Pablo's huge Two Block range after saving the bandit's life, he couldn't figure whether thi...