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Man Who Shot Jesse Walker

Man Who Shot Jesse Walker

When Sheriff Cornelius Doyle is killed, his estranged son Kane sets out to find the culprit, hoping to reconcile with a family that doesn't want to know him - but he soon discovers that his father's apparently honourable life was a lie. The sheriff had become a legend when he killed the notorious outlaw Jesse Sawyer, but Kane discovers that the facts are at odds with the legend, as Jesse is still alive. Kane uncovers a dark secret that will not only put his life in peril, but could make it impossible for his family to ever accept him.

Outlaw Legand Begins by Saran Essex

Outlaw Legand Begins by Saran Essex

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid have given up robbing banks and trains and are now ranch owners, and are waiting to hear from the Governor of Wyoming about a possible pardon. They have an unfortunate encounter with Luther Greeley, an outlaw from a rival gang and Sundance is badly wounded. As a worried Butch watches over his injured partner, he thinks back to their first meeting and to the events that led up to their partnership.

Legend Of Link Bonner by Shorty Gunn

Legend Of Link Bonner by Shorty Gunn

Link Bonner never wanted to gain a reputation as a fast hand with a six-gun and the will to use it. But sometimes circumstances drive the lives of men even beyond their own desires. Bonner was such a man, always in the middle of trouble he was not looking for. It took a woman to change Bonner and losing her made life and death of little consequence to him. But the man he was also changed the West for the better,

Kindred Spirits by Jo Bannister

Kindred Spirits by Jo Bannister

A case of mistaken identity spells trouble for Gabriel Ash and Hazel Best in this intriguing mystery. A kidnap attempt outside the school gates in broad daylight convinces Gabriel Ash that his renegade wife is trying to steal their sons from him. Only the intervention of his friend Constable Hazel Best kept them safe. It's a simple if alarming explanation, but is it the truth? Hazel uncovers disturbing information about another crime, the repercussions of which are still threatening innocent lives seventeen years later.

Last Night Out by Catherine O'Connell

Last Night Out by Catherine O'Connell

Six friends. A bride to be. One murder. Too many secrets. After drinking too much at her bachelorette party, Maggie Trueheart wakes to find a stranger in her bed. To make matters worse, a phone call brings the devastating news that her friend Angie was murdered some time after they parted ways the night before. Kelly Delaney, who left the party early, is the first of Maggie's friends to face questions from Chicago homicide detective Ron O'Reilly. After taking a closer look at the other women who attended the party, O'Reilly concludes that at least some of them are lying.

Claire's Last Secret by Marty Ambrose

Claire's Last Secret by Marty Ambrose

A tragic death leads Claire Clairmont to be haunted by her past and the 'summer of 1816' she shared with Byron and Shelley in this first in an intriguing new historical trilogy. It is 1873 and she is living out her final years in genteel poverty, in Florence. The appearance of British tourist, William Michael Rossetti, brings hope that she may be able to sell some of her memorabilia to earn enough cash to support her and her niece/companion, Paula. But Rossetti's presence in Florence heralds a cycle of events that links the summer of 1816 to a tragic death.

Shadow Shooters by George Arthur

Shadow Shooters by George Arthur

Released from Yuma Prison in the fall of 1878, Anson Hawkstone returns to the Apache village where he lived, determined to find Rachel, his former love. However, things do not go as planned when he is forced to take part in a stagecoach hold-up after Hattie, an Apache princess, is taken hostage. Hawkstone is pushed to the limit in trying to avenge the wrongs committed by others before he can finally be reunited with Rachel.

Battle Mountain by Matt Cole

Battle Mountain by Matt Cole

Clay Parker and his cohorts are what is left of the once-infamous Tulley gang. They have waited five years to get the money they stole from a bank, which they believe has been hidden by one of their own - and he has just been released from prison. Now Hugh Donahoe is meeting up with his daughter Mena in the town of Battle Mountain. When his old gang mates confront him, he is killed.

Stagecoach To Serenity by Stephen Gray

Stagecoach To Serenity by Stephen Gray

After Darren Norton shoots Arthur Hamlin dead during a card game, he goes on the run, leaving behind his girlfriend, Sal the Gal. A reward is put up for his capture and bounty hunter Gustavus Greeley is soon on his trail. He catches Norton in the hills and intends to take him back to Serenity by stagecoach to stand trial. But there are several other passengers on the stage and the guard is new to the route.

Defenders by Alex Hawkesville

Defenders by Alex Hawkesville

After Darren Norton shoots Arthur Hamlin dead during a card game, he goes on the run, leaving behind his girlfriend, Sal the Gal. A reward is put up for his capture and bounty hunter Gustavus Greeley is soon on his trail. He catches Norton in the hills and intends to take him back to Serenity by stagecoach to stand trial. But there are several other passengers on the stage and the guard is new to the route. Greeley soon begins to wonder if one of them plans to help his prisoner escape. He faces a hard and dangerous journey, with death along the way, before he can bring Norton to justice.

Way Of The Gun by Ralph Hayes

Way Of The Gun by Ralph Hayes

Fired from the Provost ranch and humiliated in front of the whole bunkhouse, Duke Latham swears vengeance on the owner Maynard Provost. Pursuing a life of crime and violence at the head of a small gang of outlaws, six months later Latham kidnaps Provost's beloved daughter Dulcie. Provost's ranch hands scour the country searching for the girl, but in vain.

Six Guns At Solace by John Davage

Six Guns At Solace by John Davage

When Meg Thornton becomes caught up in a bank raid, she is horrified to discover that one of the raiders is her brother, Clay, who has been on the run since killing the barman in their home town. Clay has fallen in with the notorious Pike gang. Can Clay extricate himself from the gang before Eli discovers there's a living witness to dispose of?

Texan Secrets by Dirk Hawkman

Texan Secrets by Dirk Hawkman

Sheriff Owen Rowlands' closest friend Renard has gone missing. Searching his friend's ransacked house, the lawman finds a dying man on the bed - but no sign of Renard. Determined to track down his friend, Rowlands investigates links to a mysterious gang, only to find that his old friend was not what he seemed. As he hunts down the gang to their mountain lair, a deadly secret is unravelled, and the sheriff finds that his world is flipped upside down.

Bad Blood by Ethan Flagg

Bad Blood by Ethan Flagg

The bond between wandering cowboys Buck Medwell and his younger brother Skip has always been fractious. So when Buck is forced to bust his kin out of jail following their pay-off at the end of a cattle drive to Newton, Kansas, the writing is on the wall. Their flight from the law into neighbouring Colorado leads to a split when bad blood finally spills over. But fate has a habit of playing a wily hand, resulting in the pair unexpectedly being thrown together once again.

Western Union by Paul Bedford

Western Union by Paul Bedford

The year is 1861 and the nation is at war. The Western Union Telegraph Company intends to connect East with West as never before, but is beset by enemies. Wires are cut and telegraph poles burned, and then matters take a far darker turn when a repair crew is massacred. The question is, who might be responsible? Could it be embittered Indians, belligerent Confederates, or even the Pony Express, which will surely go out of business as soon as the transcontinental telegraph is completed? Company boss Ezra Cornell employs a grizzled former Texas Ranger, known only as Kirby, to investigate.

The Red Hand Of Fury by R.N. Norris

The Red Hand Of Fury by R.N. Norris

A series of bizarre suicides leads Detective Inspector Silas Quinn to revisit his own troubled past ...June, 1914. A young man is mauled to death by a polar bear at London Zoo. Shortly afterwards, another young man leaps to his death from a notorious Suicide Bridge. Two seemingly unconnected deaths - and yet there are similarities. Following a third attempted suicide, DI Silas Quinn knows he must uncover the link between the three men if he is to discover what caused them to take their own lives. The one tangible piece of evidence is a card found in each of the victims' possess

The Tin God by Chris Nickson

The Tin God by Chris Nickson

Leeds, England. October, 1897. Superintendent Harper is proud of his wife Annabelle. She's one of seven women selected to stand for election as a Poor Law Guardian. But even as the campaign begins, Annabelle and the other female candidates start to receive anonymous letters from someone who believes a woman's place lies firmly in the home. The threats escalate into outright violence when an explosion rips through the church hall where Annabelle is due to hold a meeting - with fatal consequences.

Cross My Path by Simon Clea

Cross My Path by Simon Clea

The reappearance of an old enemy from the past spells trouble for young private investigator, Care, and her feline companion, Blackie. Care's reputation as a private investigator is growing and clients are beating a path to her door. An elderly woman seeks her help in finding out what happened to her brother. Blackie senses he's met this woman before, some time before he became a cat. But who is she - and what is their connection?

The Girl In The Woods by Patricia MacDonald

The Girl In The Woods by Patricia MacDonald

Ever since her best friend Molly was murdered fifteen years before, Blair Butler has returned to her small hometown in the Pocono mountains as seldom as possible. Now she has been summoned home to see her terminally ill sister one last time – only for Celeste to make a shocking deathbed confession. Is it really true that the wrong man has spent fifteen years in jail for a crime he didn’t commit?

Never Too Old For Love by Rosie Harris

Never Too Old For Love by Rosie Harris

Now in her seventies and widowed, Mary Wilson never expected to find love again. But when a kindly stranger helps her home with her shopping and she invites him in for a cup of tea, it marks the start of a slow-burning friendship. Mary’s affection for Bill grows steadily, despite his failing health and repeated attempts to interfere by her scheming daughter-in-law. But despite her growing feelings for Bill, Mary finds it hard to adjust to sharing her life with someone again and is reluctant to take the relationship further. It’s only when tragedy strikes Mary’s family, that she realizes how much Bill has come to mean to her and how she needs him now as never before. But has she left it all too late?

McClain by Will Keen

McClain by Will Keen

Deputy Marshal McClain is found in his home, kneeling over his dead wife's body, holding the bloody knife that had killed her. Accused of her murder, he escapes from jail and stumbles across evidence pointing to her killers. So begins a long manhunt that takes him from Arizona to the Texas Gulf Coast and a town on the shores of Laguna Madre. Tormented by guilt, he at last meets his wife's killer, and deals with him in a way he would never have expected.

Bury Them Deep In War Smoke by Michael D. George

Bury Them Deep In War Smoke by Michael D. George

Deputy Marshal McClain is found in his home, kneeling over his dead wife's body, holding the bloody knife that had killed her. Accused of her murder, he escapes from jail and stumbles across evidence pointing to her killers. So begins a long manhunt that takes him from Arizona to the Texas Gulf Coast and a town on the shores of Laguna Madre. Tormented by guilt, he at last meets his wife's killer, and deals with him in a way he would never have expected.

The Man Who Burned Hell by Sam Clancy

The Man Who Burned Hell by Sam Clancy

The little town was Serenity: in name and nature. Then the railroad and miners came, dragging violence and death behind them. Renamed Hell, the sleepy town changed under the rule of Ike Cordis. Known as The Devil, Cordis controlled The Three Horsemen, the fastest guns in town. Long forgotten was the fourth horseman - a man riding a blue roan. A man determined to make The Devil burn in Hell!

Feud At Broken Man by Frank Callan

Feud At Broken Man by Frank Callan

Lord Harry Lacey, the youngest son of an English aristocrat, has run away from debts at home to start a new life in America, using his skills with horses and guns to make a living as he journeys west to Colorado. Arriving in Broken Man en route for Denver, Lord Harry witnesses a young girl being badly wounded in crossfire and quickly learns that the town is being torn apart by a feud. Seeing an opportunity to do something useful, he tries to influence local leaders to resolve the situation - only to find that some disputes can only be settled with a gun.

Iron Eyes The Spectre by Rory Black

Iron Eyes The Spectre by Rory Black

Having delivered the body of wanted outlaw Mason Holt to the sheriff, infamous bounty hunter Iron Eyes collapses, badly wounded, and his would-be sweetheart Squirrel Sally desperately tries to find a doctor to help him. However, unknown to Sally, she is heading into a dangerous and uncharted desert where a mysterious tribe of Indians live. When Holt's older brothers discover their sibling is dead, they vow revenge and set out after the man who killed him.

Homesteader's War by Doug Bluth

Homesteader's War by Doug Bluth

Former Union solider and Colorado rancher Ned Bracken wants nothing more than to enjoy a quiet life with his family. Instead, he's hounded by representatives from the railroad who want him to sell his land to make way for a new track to be put down. But when raiders burn his ranch and kidnap his wife, Ned is pushed too far. Now he's out for blood and determined to find his beloved wife, Betsy.

Black Hills Gold by Will Durey

Black Hills Gold by Will Durey

Since the signing of the Laramie Treaty six years earlier, the tribes of the Plains have practised their nomadic lifestyle within the boundaries of the lands set aside for their use. One word uttered at a riverside meeting with 'Yellowstone' Kelly, raises Wes Gray's concern that that peace might soon be broken, that white men might breech the borders of the Great Sioux Reservation and bring with them the turmoil of war. The object of their trespass, to gain that for which men will risk all. Gold.

Dead Man At Snake's Creek by Rob Hill

Dead Man At Snake's Creek by Rob Hill

Credence, Texas, is a one-horse town. Dying on its feet since the closure of the Shawnee Trail, the place is divided by bitterness, resentment and feuds that have smouldered on for years. This is what Johnny Hartford finds when he returns home for his brother's wedding. Ten years before, he left the town in a blaze of glory to travel to Chicago to become a Pinkerton Agent. But that was before the war. Now everything has changed: his dying father will barely speak to him, his brother is running wild and longhorn rustling is rife.

Whitewater Run by Caleb Rand

Whitewater Run by Caleb Rand

Thinking that being on the run can be no worse than the torment of phoney incrimination and punishment, Billy Finch escapes from the brutal prison of Great China Wash. Riding many miles south, a vengeful search leads Billy to Walnut Bench and its sheriff, Bigg Harmer, who, in a serpentine twist of fate, is seeking the same man. Billy decides to strike a deal and joins a posse of hard-bitten gunmen and outlaws with prices on their heads in a thrilling, action-packed trip across the border into Mexico.

Fort Hatred by Corba Sanman

Fort Hatred by Corba Sanman

Moran got up and ran to the front window. He saw movement there and tossed a slug into it. A man pitched to the floor inside the shack. Moran reached the window, gasping, breath searing his throat, shoulders heaving. Sweat was running down his face. 'Hold your fire, Soldier-boy,' Shorten yelled from inside. 'My two men are down and done for. They started shooting against my orders. I ain't fool enough to tangle with the Army while I'm working for them.' 'Come out of the shack with your hands up,' Moran rasped....