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A Gold Half Eagle by Brad Fedden

A Gold Half Eagle by Brad Fedden

At the age of twenty-two Hal Chesterton's world is turned on its head. He could never have guessed a blocked watercourse heralded such a disastrous change to his life. His pa's lucky coin, a gold half eagle now bears a bitter fruit. For the first time, Hal has to stand on his own two feet, and the prospects don't look good. Gunfights, loose women and deception play havoc with his search for the culprit.

The Hunted Four by Alex Frew

The Hunted Four by Alex Frew

When Wattie finds out that the hiding place of gold from a major robbery is known to another, he's instantly on the trail. As the sheriff of a small town, he knows that he has to uphold the law. Soon he has to go into an area known as The Wilderness, riding through the monsoon with his companions to where their prize awaits. They are being tracked by an ex-convict called Kurzwell, who was one of the original robbers.

The Dark Trail to Nowhere by Harry Jay Thorn

The Dark Trail to Nowhere by Harry Jay Thorn

When a number of gold coins surface in South Texas, loot from a long ago three-quarters of a million dollar heist at the end of the Civil War, both Pinkerton and the US Marshals call on Lucas Santana's services to find the source of that gold. The problem is, he is not the only one searching for it. When a fellow agent is murdered Santana's quest becomes personal and he sets off on the long dark trail to nowhere….

No Second Chances by Don Bruns

No Second Chances by Don Bruns

One of Quentin Archer’s fellow officers has been shot dead in broad daylight. A random cop killing . . . or something more sinister? With no leads to go on, Archer turns to voodoo queen Solange Cordray for help. But is he prepared to take her advice? As Archer uncovers some surprising facts about the dead man’s past and hebegins to suspect there’s far more to Officer Leroy’s killing than he’d first supposed.

Into The Thinnest Of Air by Simon R. Green

Into The Thinnest Of Air by Simon R. Green

Ishmael Jones and his partner Penny are attending the re-opening of Tyrone’s Castle, an ancient Cornish inn originally built by smugglers. Over dinner that night, the guests entertain one another with ghost stories inspired by local legends and superstitions. But it would appear that the curse of Tyrone’s Castle has struck for real when one of their number disappears into thin air. And then another . . .

Gruesome Disovery by Cora Harrison

Gruesome Disovery by Cora Harrison

Ireland. 1925. Like all who seek charitable contributions, Reverend Mother Aquinas is used to being gifted some fairly dubious items. But nothing like this. On opening the evil-smelling trunk, labelled ‘old books’, the Reverend Mother is horrified to discover it contains the dead body of one of Cork’s richest merchants, wrapped in decomposing animal hides.

Legacy Of A Gunfighter by Terry James

Legacy Of A Gunfighter by Terry James

Following his release from prison, all gunfighter Luke Nicholls wants is revenge against William Grant, the man who almost killed him. Unfortunately, when the two meet, things don't go the way Luke had imagined, and his confidence is shaken. More complications arise when Kate Portillo, a woman out to avenge the murder of her husband, tries to enlist his help.

Blood Feud by Bill Grant

Blood Feud by Bill Grant

Luke Driscoll has returned home to Garrison. He receives a letter from his estranged brother, Nate, who has become embroiled in a land dispute with cattle baron Robert McTavish. Luke also meets the lovely Miranda, McTavish's eldest daughter, and cannot help his feelings for her. Now Luke must balance family loyalty and his love for Miranda to fight the determined rancher, McTavish, and his crew of killers.

Dead, The Dying And The Damned by Matt Cole

Dead, The Dying And The Damned by Matt Cole

Cotton Harding has no part in the war that is taking place between a brutal Mexican bandit king and the towns he is terrorizing. He hates men like the Mexican, who kills to live and lives to kill. Harding has come to Mexico to earn money and hasn't intended being away for so long. Harding has found love and love has made him more of a man...a man who would stand against a bandit army.

Shadow Play by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles

Shadow Play by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles

Bill Slider and his team investigate the murder of a victim with a decidedly shady past in this gripping contemporary mystery. The body of a smartly-dressed businessman turns up in the yard of Eli Simpson's car workshop. But there's no ID in the pockets and Eli swears he's never seen the man before.Then a girlfriend turns up with a name, and claims the victim told her he was someone's "right hand man".

Highland Sisters by Ann Douglas

Highland Sisters by Ann Douglas

1910. It's the morning of beautiful eighteen-year-old Lorne Malcolm's wedding to Daniel MacNeil, but when her older sister Rosa returns from a trip to the flower shop, Lorne has disappeared. A shocked Rosa, her father, Greg, and Daniel must come to terms with the fact that Lorne has run off to Ireland with wealthy landowner's son, Rory Thain. Jilted on his wedding day, a devastated Daniel turns to Rosa for comfort.

The Rufus Spy by Alys Clare

The Rufus Spy by Alys Clare

Apprentice healer Lassair heads on a perilous journey north in the absorbing new Aelf Fen medieval mystery. October, 1093. Two young men have been brutally beaten to death; a third viciously attacked. All three men are of similar appearance. But could there be another connection?

Long Rider by Colin Bainbridge

Long Rider by Colin Bainbridge

Wes Stretton has ridden a long way to gain vengeance on Yoakum, who he holds responsible for killing his friend. The trail takes him to the town of Buckstrap where he meets the enigmatic Lana Flushing and walks straight into a range war between rival ranches: the Bar Seven and the Sawtooth. But someone knows of his arrival and is out to bushwhack him. Then the foreman of the Sawtooth is shot.

Death On The Bozeman by Paul Bedford

Death On The Bozeman by Paul Bedford

One year after the end of the Civil War, three southerners are heading northwest on the Bozeman Trail to the gold mining camp at Virginia City. When they find the army has closed the trail because the Sioux are on the warpath, the three friends accept work at Fort Phil Kearny. After an Indian ambush, the men flee the fort, together with a man called Slade. But there is more to Slade than meets the eye, and when he is revealed as a hired gun and murderer the southerners are drawn into the hunt to apprehend him to clear their names.

Blood River by Will Black

Blood River by Will Black

Wes Stretton has ridden a long way to gain vengeance on Yoakum, who he holds responsible for killing his friend. The trail takes him to the town of Buckstrap where he meets the enigmatic Lana Flushing and walks straight into a range war between rival ranches: the Bar Seven and the Sawtooth. But someone knows of his arrival and is out to bushwhack him. Then the foreman of the Sawtooth is shot. But was Stretton the intended target? And was Yoakum responsible?

Case Of The Unsuitable Suitor by Cathy Ace

Case Of The Unsuitable Suitor by Cathy Ace

The Women of the WISE Enquiries Agency are back. When the village's prodigal son, Huw Hughes, returns and sets his cap at Annie Parker, village publican Tudor begs Annie's colleagues at the WISE Enquiries Agency to unearth the truth behind Huw having been widowed three times. With Christine enjoying a break at her family's Irish estate, where she and the brooding Alexander face a surprisingly dangerous case of theft, Mavis and Carol have to work with dowager duchess Althea Twyst to ensure their unsuspecting friend Annie's safety.

Liar In The Library by Simon Brett

Liar In The Library by Simon Brett

When an author event at the local library ends in murder, Jude finds herself a suspect in the waspishly witty new Fethering mystery. Having been booked to give a talk at Fethering Library, successful author Burton St Clair invites his old friend Jude to come along. Although they haven't met for twenty years, Jude is not surprised to find that St Clair hasn't changed, with his towering ego and somewhat shaky relationship with the truth. What Jude hadn't been suspecting however was that the evening would end in sudden, violent death.

Rose in Winter by Sarah Harrison

Rose in Winter by Sarah Harrison

1929. 17-year-old Barbara Delahay was a beauty, a young and untouched English rose, enjoying the social whirl of the debutante season. It was inevitable she would attract male attention. However, Barbara caught the eye of someone charismatic but wholly unsuitable. Someone damaged. She escaped just in time to marry the decent but dull Brigadier Govan, a man 25 years her senior. Now in 1953 the widowed Barbara is cowering in fear. For she knows who's out there, calling her name, seeking her out. Her past has returned to claim her.