Book List in Order: 21 titles

  • Dark Leonard, a drifter by choice, saves a Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds from a car-jacking. Dark is repaid by moving in to the Reynolds' house to recover from battling with the supposed thugs. The father suffers a mild stroke, the mother dislikes having suc...



  • A mute young man and a daughter of privilege meet under unusual circumstances. Their lives are buffered by the troubled Colorado mines as a strike threatens the area. The young woman makes a fatal choice, and because of her defection, the young man g...


  • A failed government agent resigns and heads out cross-country on horseback, away from the world of spies and assassins to where he belongs, the western grass lands and family ranches. James Straw doesn't even own his name; it has been given to him by...


  • A modern-day drifter and horse-trainer reconnects by mistake with those he once thought were his family. Circumstance keep him in their life while he chases down a valuable horse set loose in a pasture once part of a WWI soldier's dream. Families fig...


  • A double story - Con Norris is the tale of a Civil War veteran's journey away from the remains of his family to wide-open grasslands where he creates an unusual new family. One Last Chance is the last of the Blue Mitchell series, where Blue is forced...


  • The final book in a trilogy about the McCraw family, from 1849 to 1919. Living on the Rio Grande south of Marfa Texas, James Henry McCraw survives Indian attacks, fights the Civil War in New Mexico, raises cattle along the river, and lives to see aer...


  • Blue Mitchell travels from Nebraska to a racecourse in New York with a promising Thoroughbred colt sold by his boss, Con Norris, to August Belmont, Jr. Blue is asked to stay at the track while the colt settles, and his life is changed forever; he mee...


  • Peter Benchley, author of JAWS: 'I read (the first Blue Michell novel) with pleasure, admired your evocation of the West and sat in awe of your encyclopedic horse sense. I hope Blue becomes a recurring character in a successful series of books."...






  • The notion of FIVE CENT RETURN began with the treatment of horses at the killer auctions, and the story progressed into discussing prejudice as found in all races and societies. Because the main character is both Lakota and Welsh, he cannot be easily...


  • Almost twenty years ago Burn English had a near fatal run-in with barbed wire and was nursed back to health by Katherine Donald. He fell in love with her, but she chose to marry Davy Hildahl, foreman of the L Slash Ranch. Yet Burn English remained in...


  • Burn English believes in two things: the freedom of the open range and that any horse he can tame is his to sell. He doesn't make much money, but with nerves of tempered steel and a fair bit of luck, he gets by. Until a foreigner buys up a nearby ran...


  • Failure or success in a life is often calculated on what a man owns. A man with nothing, no steady job, not even a driver's license, is judged a failure to the rest of the world. When Dayton Sandoval lands unexpectedly in a small New Mexico town, he ...


  • Northern McKendrick was an orphan sent to live with the family he didn't know. Key Larkin was the son of the local whore -- a young man on his way to an outlaw life of wild horses and wilder women. They met in a brawl and became friends despite that....


  • Something shattered on the post beside his head and he spun around, knowing instantly what was wrong, back in the brightness of the real world. The gun at his side came easily to hand and settled waist-high and cocked. But the big man was fast and to...




  • Blue Mitchell wasn't expecting much when he drifted into Carrizozo. But he got plenty of bullets & plenty of blood. The young cowboy found courage he never thought he had when he was caught in a battle for land & cattle high on the sun-baked mesa....








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