Retribution rails / Erin Bowman.

  • 28 February 2019
cover imageTen years after the events of Vengeance Road, Reece Murphy, who has been forced to join the Rose Riders gang, must work with aspiring journalist Charlotte Vaughn to get free.

The outfit : outlawed! / by Matthew P. Mayo.

  • 28 February 2019
cover image"Cookie McGee finds his trail pard, Rafe Barr, head of THE OUTFIT, near death from a vicious knife attack in a Santa Fe alleyway. The town is a-crawl with soldiers out for their blood, but with Doc at the helm, Ethel the War Wagon slips through. The outlaw duo heads for help in California, but the governor needs THE OUTFIT's help as much as they need his--he's being blackmailed by Talbot Timmons, head of covert Confederate group, Brotherhood of the Phoenix, and warden of Yuma Territorial Prison, Rafe's wrongful address for five hellish years. Then the killer, Turk Mincher, rides in and makes a bloody mess in their midst. Righteous resolution descends at the only place it can--Yuma Territorial Prison, where it all began six years before. Can THE OUTFIT escape unscathed?"-- Provided by publisher.

The open road [large print] / by M.M. Holaday.

  • 28 February 2019
cover imageAfter four years of adventure in the frontier, Win Avery returns to his hometown on the edge of the prairie and tracks down his childhood friend, Jeb Dawson. Jeb has just lost his parents, and, in his efforts to console him, Win convinces his friend to travel west with him to see the frontier before it is settled, while it is still unspoiled wilderness. They embark on a free-spirited adventure, but their journey sidetracks when they befriend Meg Jameson, an accomplished horsewoman, lost on the Nebraska prairie. Traveling together through the Rocky Mountain foothills, they run into Gray Wolf, an Arapaho determined to live on his own terms off the reservation. As their paths and purposes converge, the course of each of their lives changes forever. Although the open road continues to call to Win, and Meg moves forward with her plans to ranch with the aged liveryman who raised her, the bonds between the four friends tie their fates together through the decades that follow, as they fight the forces striving to close the frontier and as they witness a way of life disappear."

Return to Vengeance Creek / by Robert J. Randisi.

  • 1 March 2019
cover image"Arizona, 1880's. Daniel Shaye, Thomas Shaye, James Shaye. Traditional Western"-- Provided by publisher.

Noose [large print] / Eric Red.

  • 1 March 2019
cover image"Introducing a bold new Western series from Eric Red, the acclaimed author and writer of such blockbuster films as The Hitcher, Near Dark, and Blue Steel. Meet Joe Noose. A good bounty hunter with a bad attitude. In the cutthroat world of bounty hunters, Joe Noose is as honest as they come. Which isn't saying much. Just look at his less-than-honest colleagues. They framed Joe for a murder they committed. They made sure Joe's face wound up on a wanted poster. Now they're gonna hunt Joe down and collect the reward money. There's just one problem: Joe Noose thinks it's his bounty. It's his reward. And it's their funeral ... This is part of "A Joe Noose Western" series"-- Provided by publisher.

Luke Jensen, Bounty Hunter [large print] : legion of fire / William W. Johnstone ; with J.A. Johnstone.

  • 1 March 2019
cover image"When Luke Jensen traps fugitive Ben Craddock in Arapaho Springs, he's ready to collect on his bounty. But the job's not done - not by a long shot. A raid by a savage gang known as the Legion of Fire has left the peaceful settlement looted, burned to the ground, and the ashes scoured for female hostages - including the marshal's daughter. For Luke this is more than a hunt. It's now a rescue. And with Craddock busted out of jail and thrown in with the gang, it's also revenge."-- Provided by publisher.

The guns of Frank Eaton [large print] / by David Althouse.

  • 1 March 2019
cover image""My boy, may an old man's curse rest upon you, if you do not try to avenge your father!" Answering those words, young Frank Eaton determines to settle with each of the six men who had riddled his father full of lead. Frank's thirst for a reckoning takes him across the lawless Indian Territory, to Southwest City, Missouri, to the wide-open mesa lands of eastern New Mexico and, finally, to Albuquerque. Curses hide behind every corner of the devil and death trail as Frank rides hell-bent on a quest that will send him into legend either as an outlaw, or a hero"-- Provided by publisher.

Hard ride [large print] / by Elmer Kelton.

  • 1 March 2019
cover image"Bandits, outlaws, romance, and adventure abound in Hard Ride, the second-ever collection of tales of the American West from renowned, seven-time Spur Award-winning author Elmer Kelton. Each of Elmer Kelton's superb stories of the West showcase the strength and power of western spirit. They are filled with marvelous characters--from a rodeo clown who seeks redemption via romance, to an outlaw who comes to the aid of ranchers with no other recourse to justice. Powerful Western women feature as importantly as the menfolk here, including a cattle buyer's daughter who can hold her own with any man on the trail, a renowned lady outlaw who rules her gang with her gun, and judge's daughter who is determined to end local mob rule, as "the day of the gun is almost over." You will meet characters whose devotions and decisions enthrall you long after you put the book down. Imbued with an adventurous spirit, Hard Ride is filled with many heartfelt glimpses into the authentic experience of the American West. These stories encompass an enormous array of scenes from the early days of the Wild West into the twentieth century. Readers of all ages can enjoy these tales, each one filled with a passion for life that's as vast as the Texas prairie."-- Provided by publisher.

Call me lonesome [large print] / by Brett Cogburn.

  • 1 March 2019
cover image"The Arkansas Traveler, a hired assassin is obsessed with killing Morgan. He's waiting for him on the Arkansas River. The Pinkerton Detective Agency have put their best man hunters on his trail. Morgan has one thing going for him. His enemies have made him very mad, and surviving is the only way he can kill them all"--Provided by publisher.

The beaten territory [large print] / Randi Samuelson-Brown.

  • 1 March 2019
cover imageTHE BEATEN TERRITORY finds Annie Ryan running a second-rate brothel in 1890s Denver with an eye toward expansion. By chance she encounters Lydia Chambers a society woman suffering from a laudanum habit and a bad marriage, who owns a prized property on the infamous Market Street. Annie's fortunes at the brothel turn on her niece Pearl, a pretty young girl swept up in Denver's underworld of jealousy, booze, and vice--until murder stalks the good-time girls and puts everyone's future in doubt. A rollicking tale of blurred lines, flowing booze, played-out miners and upstairs girls, THE BEATEN TERRITORY delivers a compelling look at the intrigues of the Wild West, where women were enterprising and justice could be had...for a price.

Backed to the wall [large print] / by C.M. Wendelboe.

  • 1 March 2019
cover imageIn the Dakota Territory of the 1870s, the line between outlaw and lawman is often blurred. Some sworn to protect the helpless might exploit them instead. And some hard cases might redeem themselves. Here, a lawman and an outlaw plunge into a battle that only one can survive, if the Indian raiders terrorizing homesteaders and cattlemen don't kill them first.

The edge of violence [large print] : a Tim Colter western / by William W. Johnstone ; with J.A. Johnstone.

  • 1 March 2019
cover imageTwenty-two years have passed since Tim Colter and his family were ambushed on the Oregon Trail, forcing the young boy to find an unlikely ally in one-eyed mountain man Jed Reno. Now a widowed deputy U.S. marshal and Civil War veteran, Colter is finally ready to remarry and settle down--until a dangerous new assignment becomes a life-or-death struggle for the soul of a town and the heart of its people . . . The Union Pacific Railroad is laying down tracks connecting the great northwest to the rest of the country. But two rival factions have set their sights on the town of Violet--aka Violence--to gain control of the rails. It's Colter's job to tame the rampant greed and rising tensions. But to do it, he'll need to deputize his trusted old friend Jed Reno--and wage a savage new war that will determine the fate of the Dakota Territory and the future of a nation.

The stalking death [large print] / William W. Johnstone with J.A. Johnstone.

  • 2 March 2019
cover image"There's something rotten in Wyoming, and the first whiff is coming off the Laramie County Cattlemen. Right off the bat Duff MacCallister notices there's no small-time ranchers allowed. It's big-leaguers only, like Brad Houser of the sprawling Twin Peaks ranch. He's up in arms over small-timers claiming escaped unbranded mavericks. Which is perfectly legal. But Houser has a plan to stop them: for $1000, he will make the small ranchers go away -- six feet under. That makes Duff madder than a wet hen... and his guns will do the screaming." -- From publisher's description.

Wild horses [large print] / B.J. Daniels.

  • 2 March 2019
cover image"Following an argument with her fiancé, cowboy Cooper Barnett, Livie Hamilton is victimized during a treacherous blizzard by a man she thought she could trust. Now a stranger's twisted vendetta threatens the happy ending they should've had long ago in Beartooth, Montana"-- Provided by publisher.

Mariana's knight [large print] : the revenge of Henry Fountain / W. Michael Farmer.

  • 2 March 2019
cover imageOn the first of February, 1896, Albert Fountain, prominent attorney, legislator, and tough leader of Indian and outlaw fighting militia, despite threats on his life and his eight year-old son Henry being with him, drove his wagon across the wild and lonely Tularosa basin of New Mexico. They were returning home after Albert's two-week meeting with a grand jury to obtain indictments of ranchers for cattle theft.

The legend of Perley Gates [large print] / William W. Johnstone with J.A. Johnstone.

  • 2 March 2019
cover image"From bestselling authors William W. and J.A. Johnstone comes the fiery saga of Perley Gates, a legend born out of the brutality and violence of the American West. He's the son of a cattle rancher. A restless young dreamer who, under normal circumstances, would follow in his father's footsteps. Normal, however, is not his style. Like his famous grandfather and namesake Perley Gates--a hell-raising mountain man with a heavenly name--young Perley wants adventure, excitement, and freedom. And like his grandfather before him, he will find his dream--in the untamed wilds of a lawless frontier. That dream though might just become a nightmare. After his father's death, Perley strikes out on his own. His first order of business is to track down the grandfather whose name he shares. When he crosses into Oklahoma Territory, young Perley discovers that the trail is full of dead ends--and near-death encounters. Hostile Indians, wanted outlaws, and bloodthirsty killers are just a few of the dangers waiting for him. And the closer he gets to finding the original Perley Gates, the closer he comes to meeting his Maker at the fabled gates they're named for. "-- Provided by publisher.

Long road to Abilene [large print] / Robert Vaughan.

  • 2 March 2019
cover image"LONG ROAD TO ABILENE, is a classic hero's journey, a western adventure that exemplifies the struggles, the defeats, and the victories that personify the history of the American West. After surviving the bloody battle of Franklin and the hell of a Yankee prison camp, Cade McCall comes home to the woman he loves only to find that she, believing him dead, has married his brother. With nothing left to keep him in Tennessee, Cade journeys to New Orleans where an encounter with a beautiful woman leads to being shanghaied for an unexpected adventure at sea. Returning to Texas, he signs on to drive a herd of cattle to Abilene, where he is drawn into a classic showdown of good versus evil, and a surprising reunion with an old enemy "-- Provided by publisher.

Texas bluff [large print] / by Robert J. Randisi.

  • 2 March 2019
cover imageProfessional gambler, Ty Butler, sets out for revenge against the hired killers who murdered his family and who are now looking for him.

The hope of Azure Springs / Rachel Fordham.

  • 3 March 2019
cover imageSeven years ago, orphaned and alone, Em finally arrived at a new home in Iowa after riding the orphan train. But secrets from her past haunt her, and her new life in the Western wilderness is a rough one. When her guardian is shot and killed, Em, now nineteen, finally has the chance to search for her long-lost sister, but she wont be able to do it alone. For Azure Springs Sheriff Caleb Reynolds, securing justice for the waifish and injured Em is just part of his job. He is determined to solve every case put before him in order to impress his parents and make a name for himself. Caleb expects to succeed. What he does not expect is the hold this strange young woman will have on his heart. Debut author Rachel Fordham invites historical romance readers to the charming town of Azure Springs, Iowa, where the people care deeply for one another and, sometimes, even fall in love.

Wild justice / Loren D. Estleman.

  • 3 March 2019
cover imageIn the spring of 1896, after thirty years spent dispensing justice in Montana, Judge Harlan Blackthorne expires, leaving Deputy U.S. Marshal Page Murdock, his most steadfast officer, to escort his remains across the continent by rail. The long journey is interrupted from time to time by station stops for the public to pay its respects, and for various marching bands to serenade the departed with his favorite ballad, "After the Ball." This gives Murdock plenty of opportunity to reflect upon the years of triumphs and tragedies he's seen firsthand, always in the interest of bringing justice to a wilderness that he, his fellow deputies, and the judge played so important a role in its settlement. As the funeral train chugs through prairie, over mountains, and across rivers once ruled by buffalo herds, Indian nations, trappers, cowboys, U.S. Cavalry, entrepreneurs, and outlaws representing every level of heroism, sacrifice, ambition, and vice, Wild Justice provides a capsule history of the American frontier from its untamed beginnings to a civilization balanced on the edge of a new and unpredictable century.

Everything she didn't say / Jane Kirkpatrick.

  • 3 March 2019
cover imageIn 1911, Carrie Strahorn wrote a memoir entitled Fifteen Thousand Miles by Stage, which shared some of the most exciting events of 25 years of traveling and shaping the American West with her husband, Robert Strahorn, a railroad promoter, investor, and writer. That is all fact. Everything She Didn't Say imagines Carrie nearly ten years later as she decides to write down what was really on her mind during those adventurous nomadic years. Certain that her husband will not read it, and in fact that it will only be found after her death, Carrie is finally willing to explore the lessons she learned along the way, including the danger a woman faces of losing herself within a relationship with a strong-willed man and the courage it takes to accept her own God-given worth apart from him. Carrie discovers that wealth doesn't insulate a soul from pain and disappointment, family is essential, pioneering is a challenge, and western landscapes are both demanding and nourishing. Most of all, she discovers that home can be found, even in a rootless life. With a deft hand, New York Times bestselling author Jane Kirkpatrick draws out the emotions of living--the laughter and pain, the love and loss--to give readers a window not only into the past, but into their own conflicted hearts. Based on a true story.

Whiskey when we're dry / John Larison.

  • 3 March 2019
cover imageFacing starvation and worse when she is orphaned on her family's 1885 homestead, seventeen-year-old sharpshooter Jessilyn Harney cuts off her hair and disguises herself as a boy to journey across the mountains in search of her outlaw brother.

Damnation Valley / William W. Johnstone with J.A. Johnstone.

  • 3 March 2019
cover imageFollowing the trail of carnage left by bloodthirsty trapper Judd Carnahan, fearless pioneer Breckenridge Wallace, aka the Frontiersman, walks into a trap but nevertheless, fueled by righteous fury, he battles to destroy his enemy.

Bitter trail and barbed wire [large print] / by Elmer Kelton.

  • 4 March 2019
cover imageTwo complete novels by 'one of the greatest and most gifted of Western writers'. (Historical Novel Society) Bitter Trail: Tough teamster Frio Wheeler hauls cotton from Texas to Mexico. But as the Civil War rages through the South, Wheeler must contend with the most difficult challenges he's ever faced, including imprisonment with the bandidos in league with Union sympathizers and the betrayal of his best friend--his former partner and brother of the woman he loves. Barbed Wire: irishman Doug Monahan runs a fencing crew outside the Texas town of Twin Wells, digging post-holes and stringing red-painted barbed wire for ranchers as protection against wandering stock, rustlers, and land-hungry thugs. This fencing operation is opposed by Captain Andrew Rinehart, a former Confederate officer and an old-school, open-range baron of the huge R Cross spread. Rinehart wages a barbed wire war against Monahan--and neither side takes prisoners"-- Provided by publisher.

Cirque / Mary Ellen Dennis.

  • 4 March 2019
cover image"Bernadette McCoy's death is blamed on seven cats, but Police Chief Mad Dog Connolly believes an individual killed her. Sean Kelley attends the Cirque de Délices and watches Angelique Aumont perform. He wants the beautiful Parisian rope walker for his traveling circus, and his wife, but she departs for America to live with her Auntie Bernadette. Hired by P. T. Barnum, Sean promotes singer Jenny Lind Barnum's Swedish Nightingale and assembles his circus. Angelique discovers Sean has traveled west and becomes Jenny's lady's maid, determined to find him. Sean's father, Timothy, joins the California Gold Rush. Rather than pan for gold, he learns how to mine the miners. Woven together, Sean, Angelique, and Timothy form a colorful story that enhances the tapestry of the American West.

Comanche sunrise / Ethan J. Wolfe.

  • 5 March 2019
cover imageTwo Hawks, a once proud Comanche warrior defeated in battle is now living a quiet life of desperation on the reservation at Fort Smith, Arkansas. When word of Two Hawkss activity reaches Federal Judge Isaac Parker in Fort Smith, whose jurisdiction includes the reservation, he sends for the reservation Chief of Police Emmet Youngblood.

Greasy grass [large print] : a story of the Little Big Horn / Johnny D. Boggs.

  • 5 March 2019
cover image"A fictionalized account of the Battle of the Little Bighorn, or Greasy Grass as the Indians called it, told by a series of first-hand accounts from both white and Indian points of view provides a panorama of the battle in which a sense of what most likely happened powerfully emerges"-- Provided by publisher.

Snake oil : it all comes around / Marcus Galloway.

  • 6 March 2019
cover image"In the Badlands of the Dakota Territories, Henry Whiteoak crosses paths with a string of bounty hunters out to claim the growing price that had been put on his head."-- Provided by publisher.

Sawbones [large print] / William W. Johnstone ; with J.A. Johnstone.

  • 6 March 2019
cover image"On the blood-stained battlefields of a divided nation, Dr Samuel Knight used his surgical skills to treat wounded Confederate soldiers. In the brutal prison camps of the Union Army, he offered his healing services to fellow captives who'd given up hope. But now, with the war over and the South in ruins, the good doctor faces his hardest challenge yet: to save himself. Penniless and hungry, Knight has to beg, borrow, and steal to survive in a post-war hell that used to be his country. By the time he reaches his home in East Texas, it's been taken over. Ruthless Union soldiers rule over the town with an iron fist. A Yankee carpetbagger is living in his old house-and the jackal has forced Knight's wife to marry him. A normal man might give up, but Dr Samuel Knight is going to take back what belongs to him."-- Provided by publisher.

Apache Springs / Frank Leslie.

  • 6 March 2019
cover imageIn this western duo, the half-breed wanderer, Yakima Henry, pins a badge on his shirt... In Bloody Arizona, four strangers ride into Apache Springs and shoot the marshal while Yakima is locked up. Now the marshal's wife Julia convinces Yakima to wear her husband's badge and take on the kill-crazy, vengeance-hungry Rebel Wilkes, who wants to destroy the town as well as his former lover, Julia. In Wildcat of the Sierra Estrada, Apache Springs is flourishing after gold was discovered in the surrounding mountains. With wealth comes trouble, and Yakima is about to have his fill, not the least of which is a canyon filled with lost Jesuit gold that fortune-hunters are willing to kill for, and the love triangle he becomes involved in with Julia and her sister, Emma.

Coyote Doggirl / Lisa Hanawalt.

  • 6 March 2019
cover image"Coyote is a dreamer and a drama queen, brazen and brave, faithful yet fiercely independent. She beats her own drum and sews her own crop tops. A gifted equestrian, she's half dog, half coyote, and all power. With the help of her trusty steed, Red, there's not much that's too big for her to bite off, chew up, and spit out right into your face, if you deserve it. But when Coyote and Red find themselves on the run from a trio of vengeful bad dogs, get clobbered by arrows, and are tragically separated, our protagonist is left fighting for her life and longing for her displaced best friend. Taken in by a wolf clan, Coyote may be wounded, but it's not long before she's back on the open road to track down Red and tackle the dogs who wronged her"--Amazon.

New Mexico showdown [large print] / Preston Lewis.

  • 7 March 2019
cover imageThe Bastrop gang murders and plunders its way across New Mexico Territory, pursued by renegade Apache Sulky, who has vowed revenge. The law compels Marshal Bill Whitman to chase the outlaws as well. Friends long ago, Sulky had led death to Whitman's door and the wounds from that encounter are still tender. Now they must put aside their differences: to fight a greater evil, both Whitman and Sulky must come to terms with their past. In the end only one will survive this New Mexico showdown. -- Page 4 of cover.

The cattle drive / Ethan J. Wolfe.

  • 7 March 2019
cover image"1880's, runaway orphans, kidnapping, Medicine Bow, Wyoming"-- Provided by publisher.

Return to Vengeance Creek / Robert J. Randisi.

  • 7 March 2019
cover image"Arizona, 1880's. Daniel Shaye, Thomas Shaye, James Shaye. Traditional Western"-- Provided by publisher.

Cutthroats / William W. Johnstone and J.A. Johnstone.

  • 8 March 2019
cover imageLifetime outlaws Jimmy "Slash" Braddock and Melvin "Pecos Kid" Baker are ready to call it quits. When the younger members of their gang sell them out to the law, Slash and Pecos decide to pull one last job to finance a retirement far away from the long arm of the law; the target is a rancher's payroll train. When things go wrong their old enemy, wheelchair bound Marshal L C. Bledsoe will spare their life-- for a price. Hunt down and kill the Snake River Marauders-- Snake and Pecos's old gang. -- adapted from jacket

Stagecoach to Purgatory [large print] : the violent days of Lou Prophet, Bounty Hunter / Peter Brandvold.

  • 8 March 2019
cover image"What do you get when you take one stagecoach out of Denver, add a thousand-or-so bullets whizzing past your head, while sitting next to two headless corpses caught in the crossfire? If your name is Lou Prophet, you get revenge. Raucous, rowdy, ruthless revenge. Next question? How do you catch a fork-tongued demon who's busted out of prison to wreak all sorts of unholy hell on a small Texas town? If you're Lou Prophet, you team up with red-hot Louisa Bonaventura, aka "The Vengeance Queen," and cut a swath of merciless Prophet mayhem in return." -- Amazon

Comanche captive [large print] / D. Laszlo Conhaim.

  • 8 March 2019
cover image"A mother's determination, a stranger's help, a child's fate Scott Renald is an Indian agent searching for white captives. Laura Little is a former captive seeking her Comanche-born son. They meet unexpectedly on the high plains. Touched by her story, Renald leads Laura's search for her son while hostile tribesmen pursue them. Word of their predicament reaches Fort Sill, and agents are dispatched to grab her and recall him. Meanwhile, the army prepares for war with the Comanche. Circumstances propel all into a bloody conflict of competing loyalties and surprising discoveries against the scorched backdrop of the Staked Plain. When does a captive stop being a captive? Is rescue and return at some point a crueler form of abduction? Comanche Captive depicts what happens after the taken has been found--in Laura's case, forced separation from her child, unwanted psychiatric care, and finally the deadly consequences of her quest for her lost son"-- Provided by publisher.

The ox that gored [large print] / by James D. Crownover.

  • 9 March 2019
cover image"Lee Sowell, a would-be bootlegger and outlaw, is compelled by Judge Isaac Parker to become a U.S. deputy marshal. He receives his training under the tutelage of famed deputy Bass Reeves and becomes a deputy with a posse of his own, ranging across the Indian Territory chasing bootleggers, murderers, and robbers. Creek Indian Lighthorse police bring Lee a man accused of murdering a young girl he had kidnapped. This is Lee's first encounter with A.B. Chew, a pathological murderer. Other adventures include an encounter with New Mexican comancheros and a gang of stock thieves operating along the cattle trails. Lee is captured by Seminole warriors and is suspected of being the thief who stole their horses. Chief Puma shows Lee how the Seminole take care of horse thieves. Lee and his posse rescue Deputy U.S. Marshal Tracey Price and his posse, who have been captured by cattle thieves, and are being taken to the Comanche Indians for torture. Later, Price and his posse disappear in the western Indian Territory and Judge Parker sends Lee to find them. What they find sends them on a manhunt across the territory that ends in a showdown at Robbers' Roost in the Cimarrón Strip"-- Provided by publisher.

Mojave showdown [large print] / by L.J. Martin.

  • 9 March 2019
cover imageWhat kind of crazy man would lead eighteen stolen mules into the searing heat of the Mojave Desert? The Mojave is out of the jurisdiction of Sheriff Ned Cody, but his two best friends are belly down across the backs of two of those mules. When the gunsmoke clears, Cody will either rule the desert sands of be buried in them.

A High Sierra Christmash[large print] / by William W. Johnstone ; with J.A. Johnstone.

  • 9 March 2019
cover imageWhile heading to Reno for the holidays, Smoke Jensen and his family must do what it takes to survive when they are outgunned, outnumbered and out of luck after encountering a notorious gang of outlaws.

Hard ride / Elmer Kelton.

  • 10 March 2019
cover imageBandits, outlaws, romance, and adventure abound in Hard Ride, the second-ever collection of tales of the American West from renowned, seven-time Spur Award-winning author Elmer Kelton Each of Elmer Kelton's superb stories of the West showcase the strength and power western spirit. They are filled with marvelous characters--from a rodeo clown who seeks redemption via romance, to an outlaw who comes to the aid of ranchers with no other recourse to justice. Powerful Western women feature as importantly as the menfolk here, including a cattle buyer's daughter who can hold her own with any man on the trail, a renowned lady outlaw who rules her gang with her gun, and a judge's daughter who is determined to end local mob rule, as "the day of the gun is almost over." You will meet characters whose devotions and decisions enthrall you long after you put the book down. Imbued with an adventurous spirit, Hard Ride is filled with many heartfelt glimpses into the authentic experience of the American West. These stories encompass an enormous array of scenes from the early days of the Wild West into the twentieth century. Readers of all ages can enjoy these tales, each one filled with a passion for life that's as vast as the Texas prairie.

Seeking justice / C. M. Wendelboe.

  • 10 March 2019
cover imageThe Bucket of Blood saloon is robbed, the owner murdered, and one of his upstairs-girls abducted. Tucker Ashley talked himself into tracking for the posse--only because the kidnapped girl is his best friend's fiancé. Tucker leads the pathetic posse--made up of cattle rustlers, a gambler, and a fat blacksmith--in pursuit of a gang so brutal that even the Army turned the other way rather than confront Justice Cauther's gang. Between the outlaws, the Indians, and the Army, Tucker is beaten, ambushed, and left for dead in the harsh Dakota winter. Finally, Tucker finds himself at the edge of a cliff face to face with the ringleader of the gang that started it all--and one of them must end it all here and now.

Hard ride across Texas / by Michael Zimmer.

  • 10 March 2019
cover imageWrangler and Spur Award-winning author Michael Zimmer brings us another page-turning American historical fiction novel. Nineteen-year-old Gage Pardell didn't intend to kill Henry Kalb when he rode into Shelburn, Texas, to confront the son of the county's richest man. He just wanted justice for what Kalb had done to his sister. But now Henry is dead, and Gage is on the run from a gang of vicious bounty hunters hired by Henry's father. With nowhere else to go, Gage heads west toward the far-flung buffalo ranges of West Texas. There, he learns what it means to stand up for himself against a lawless frontier, a kill-crazy buffalo hunter, and the men Kalb keeps sending after him. Realizing he can no longer live this way, Gage finally returns home, completing the journey he began the night he killed Henry Kalb.

Line of glory : a novel of the Alamo / Thomas D. Clagett.

  • 11 March 2019
cover image"The final 13 hours at the Alamo began around 5 o'clock on the afternoon of March 5, 1836. Colonel William Barrett Travis drew a line in the dirt and asked all those who would stay and fight to cross it. Destinies played out that night for four people. Susannah Dickinson, a woman of surprising gumption. Young James Taylor who came to the Alamo to free Texas from the tyrannical rule of General Santa Anna. "Moses" Rose who refused to cross Travis's line because he "wasn't prepared to die." Colonel Juan Morales, ordered to assault Crockett and his men at the south palisade, believed attacking the fort was foolhardy. But his real disgust was for Santa Anna, a man who allowed whims to dictate his decisions"-- Provided by publisher.

Father unto many sons / Rod Miller.

  • 11 March 2019
cover image"Lee Pate is a man of principle. Either that, or he is a misguided dreamer. Troubled by the institution of slavery, he uproots his family of three sons and a wife without notice and leaves Tennessee. Destitute and bound for Mexico, his wife, Sarah, and eldest sons, Richard and Melvin, grow increasingly frustrated. Only the youngest son, Abel, is willing to follow his father without question. From somewhere in Arkansas, Lee sends his three sons back to Tennessee on a quest that will change the relationship between Abel and his brothers forever. Laying over for the winter in Fort Smith, the Pate family meets up with Daniel Lewis and his four daughters. The Lewises, Mormons fleeing persecution in Missouri and bound for Texas, opt instead to cast their lot with the Pates and head west to Santa Fe and the Mexican Province of New Mexico. Following a barely explored trail across Indian Territory, the travelers take on an unfamiliar landscape, suffer what looks to be an insurmountable accident, and clash with Commancheros. But internal struggles among the Pate family, complicated by relationships with the Lewis family, prove the most formidable obstacle the wagon train will face. Testing the strength of family ties, Father unto Many Sons tells a story as old as time in a new country"-- Provided by publisher.

The avenging angels / Michael Dukes.

  • 11 March 2019
cover imageFrom 1866 to 1878, former Rebel cavalry captain Gabriel Kings has been the bane of railroad barons and bankers from Wyoming to Texas. But now, after twelve years on the run, he and the gang of outlaws calling themselves the Avenging Angels of the Shenandoah are about to face the most serious threat of their long and infamous careers--a posse headed by two seasoned Texas Rangers and a pair of cagey Pinkerton detectives. Raising the stakes even higher, an old enemy has set his sights on Kings, and the woman Kings loves--spirited rancher's daughter Belle Jackson--is wearing thin for waiting on him. Can Kings make it through this last scrape in one piece, or has his time finally come?

The last warrior / by W. Michael Farmer.

  • 12 March 2019
cover imageThe Last Warrior, The Life and Times of Yellow Boy, Mescalero Apache, Book 3, continues the powerful story of the Mescalero Apaches fighting for tribal survival against determined ignorance from autocratic government overseers, countering attacks from those misusing their supernatural powers, and choosing sides in White Eye conflicts. Yellow Boy, the last warrior, stands in the turmoil helping to save his tribal culture, destroying a witch seeking blood vengeance, and bringing justice to an American crime. It is truth told with fiction that transports the reader to different times and places, cultures and religions, histories and backgrounds disappearing with the passing of the old Apaches, the other side of Apache history lived by a people who survived the battle for their life-ways.

The devil's due / Wallace J. Swenson.

  • 12 March 2019
cover image"After a seven-year absence, lifelong friends Buell Mace and Simon Steele return to the town they grew up in. Carlisle, Nebraska in 1879 is trying to become a more genteel and law abiding place than the one a hot-headed Buell had been encouraged to leave at the age of nineteen. Sheriff Lorin Staker is one of the first people Buell talks to on returning, and Buell is amazed when he offers Buell a badge. The sheriff is having trouble with drifters, "Islanders" as they're called, who're camped on a five-hundred-acre sandbar three miles down the Platte River. Buell turns him down, his disdain for authority deeply seated. He does, however, ride out to take a look at the camp" -- Amazon.com.

Six in the wheel : a western duo / Frank Leslie.

  • 12 March 2019
cover imageSaddle up and ride the hot and wild trails of the old frontier with the Revenger, Mike Sartain, as he rights wrongs for those in need... The Bittersweet War: When Mike Sartain, the Revenger, rides into the Big Bend country of West Texas, he's hard on the trail to Old Mexico, for bounty hunters and lawmen are clogging up his back trail. Only, as it often does, trouble finds him in the Davis Mountains, in the little town of Bittersweet, which turns out to be appropriately named. While the women of Bittersweet are sweet, indeed, they can also be bitter...but for good reason. Secrets abound in the town and in the mountains, as well, where a dead man of questionable identity molders in a shallow grave. A couple of pretty girls draw the Revenger into the Bittersweet drama, but he soon wishes they hadn't...especially when the Chaney family feud turns deadly and leaves the Revenger out cold at the bottom of a remote desert canyon, a feast for the carrion-eaters. Gold Dust Woman: A beautiful ranch woman from Lincoln County, New Mexico, wants Mike Sartain to kill her husband, a county sheriff under Pat Garrett. The woman thinks her husband, possessed by an evil Apache spirit, murdered their three young sons. Is Everett Chance really evil or is his wife loco? But that's only the beginning of Sartain's problems. He's also tracked the last surviving killer of his beloved Jewel to the town of Gold Dust where, sporting a couple of the Revenger's own bullets, Scrum Wallace is being protected by a handful of Lincoln County renegades, including the Gold Dust town Marshal. Two jobs have overlapped, and the tall, handsome Cajun finds himself in a whipsaw!--Provided by Amazon.com.

The case of the monster fire / John R. Erickson, illustrations by Gerald L. Holmes.

  • 13 March 2019
cover image"After his many years as a typical bachelor cowboy, Slim Chance is convinced-- against his will-- that he needs to build his own herd of cattle and invest in the future. So, he takes the plunge, takes out a loan, and takes his newly-bought heifers to a pasture on Viola's father's ranch. But, just about the time his new herd is calved-out and his investment is beginning to look promising, the dry and windy weather conditions put the entire county on High Alert for fire-danger."--Page 4 of cover.

.45 caliber [large print] : a western duo / Peter Brandvold.

  • 13 March 2019
cover imageA two-book omnibus edition featuring the famed .45-Caliber series featuring Cuno Massey. In .45-Caliber Town Under Siege, a gang of cutthroats who call themselves "the Boys" led by the savage killer Cecil Craig run Cuno's freight wagon off the road and into a canyon, killing the young freighter's mules and setting him afoot. That's only the start of the desperados' depredations. In .45-Caliber Left to Die, Cuno is passing through central New Mexico when he's ambushed by town tamer Lawton Briggs and three other men and one pretty but angry young woman, Stacey Ramos. Believing Massey is part of a gang of stage robbers, they strip him naked, lay him out spread-eagle and tied to ground-sunk stakes, and leave him to die.

The young desperados : an Ivory and Albert novel / by Bill Brooks.

  • 14 March 2019
cover image"Teenagers Albert Sand and Ivory Cade learn of an old friend's murder and decide to earn the money for his burial when fate intervenes in the form of a wealthy banker whose wife was kidnapped by the outlaw killer One-Eye Texas Jack Crowfoot and his gang. The boys see their opportunity to get the banker's reward, return his wife, and earn enough money to bury their old pal, Gus Monroe. To accomplish their goals, they must prove wile and wit while dealing with such as Calamity Jane, Billy the Kid, and savage Indians--sometimes escaping with only the clothes on their back"-- Provided by publisher.

The Oregon Trail romance collection / Amanda Cabot, Melanie Dobson, Pam Hillman, Myra Johnson, Amy Lillard, DiAnn Mills, Anna Schmidt, Ann Shorey, Jennifer Uhlarik.

  • 14 March 2019
cover imageRisking all their hopes and dreams on promises of fertile land in the Northwest, thousands set off on the Oregon Trail between 1843 and the 1890s. Despite the majestic landscape and daily opportunities for fireside chats, the trail was hardly the place these migrants expected to find romance. In these nine novellas, travelers on the wagon trains experience all the challenges and dangers of the trail. Some will lose much, settle down along the trail, and even turn back home, while others endure to the end. Readers will enjoy traveling along with the romantic adventures in which faith is honed.

A bad place to die [large print] / Easy Jackson.

  • 15 March 2019
cover image"When mail-order bride Tennessee Smith's husband drops dead on their wedding night, she'll do whatever it takes to save his ranch and raise his three boys, ages thirteen, ten, and six--even become marshal of the lawless Ring Bit, Texas, which is now her home"-- Provided by publisher.

Golden spike [large print] / by Robert Le Murphy.

  • 15 March 2019
cover imageThe story of the driving of the Golden Spike at Promontory Summit in Utah on May 10, 1869--that almost didn't happen.

Sycamore promises [large print] / by Paul Colt.

  • 16 March 2019
cover imageA young couple leaves Ohio for the promise of a new life on the Kansas plains. They settle a prime tract of farm land near Lawrence, Kansas. A second young couple slips the bonds of slavery in Missouri. Circumstance brings them together. Set against the backdrop of a nation divided over the issue of slavery, the young settlers fight to hold their land and realize the future that unites them. Opposed by powerful forces they face human treachery, hostile Indians, prejudice, and a bloody, burning prelude to war as they battle to hold a hard-won home and fulfill the promises of their future. Sycamore Promises is a sweeping personal saga told with attention to history so as to both entertain and inform.--Provided by Amazon.com.

Give-a-damn Jones [large print] / by Bill Pronzini.

  • 16 March 2019
cover imageGive-a-Damn Jones, an itinerant typographer, arrives in the small Montana town of Box Elder. The town is rife with tensions related to a convict's efforts to prove his innocence, a cattleman's demand for respect, a snooping editor, and a feud between a dentist and a blacksmith. Jones keeps finding himself in the wrong place at the wrong time-- but this time, he may be the hero that this town needs.

Born to the badge / Mark Warren.

  • 17 March 2019
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Would-be wilderness wife / Regina Scott.

  • 17 March 2019
cover image"Drew Wallin's youngest brother is determined to see him married--so he kidnaps Drew a prospective bride. Not only is Catherine Stanway beautiful, but she's a nurse who can help their ailing mother. Drew doesn't have time for distractions--he's too busy watching over his fatherless siblings. Yet he's drawn to this woman who carries loss and pain equal to his own. Catherine has traveled West to use her nursing skills to save lives, not to find a husband. She knows if she gives in to Drew's matchmaking family, she'll be risking her already bruised heart. But maybe it's time she takes the ultimate risk to win the groom she didn't know she wanted!"-- Provided by publisher.

Wishing Caswell dead [large print] / by Pat Stoltey.

  • 18 March 2019
cover image"In the early 1800s in a village on the Illinois frontier, young Jo Mae Proud wishes her cruel brother dead. Forced into prostitution by Caswell, Jo Mae discovers she is pregnant and vows to escape. When Caswell is injured by a near lightning hit, he becomes more dangerous, and more hated. The flawed residents of the Village of Sangamon harbor many secrets. Caswell knows them all. Will he tell? Jo Mae runs away and eventually finds shelter with Fish, the old Kickapoo Indian who camps by the river. Wishing Caswell Dead is a historical mystery about the evil that hides within a village, one girl who is determined to save herself and her child, and a violent murder no one wants to solve"-- Provided by publisher.

The trading post and other frontier stories [large print] : a five star anthology / edited by Hazel Rumney.

  • 18 March 2019
cover imageFourteen orignial stories that capture the spirt of freedom and individualism on the evolving American frontier through the early 1900's, and feature exciting new characters who face life-changing challenges in settings that are in stark contrast to civilized society.

A touch of flame / Jo Goodman.

  • 19 March 2019
cover imageUSA Today bestselling author Jo Goodman returns to the gunslinging outlands of A Touch of Frost with a sizzling new romance where the new town doctor learns there's nothing she likes better than a run-in with the law. Dr. E. Ridley Woodhouse is like no physician Ben Madison has ever met--she's a woman. As the newly elected sheriff of Frost Falls, Colorado, Ben is tasked with welcoming Ridley to the community. But while Ben might be tempted by the new doc's charms, getting the town to accept a big-city, female doctor is no easy feat. To earn their trust she'll have to prove herself and Ben determines to help her ... even if she's the most stubborn woman he's ever met. When the husband of one of Ridley's patients threatens her, forbidding Ridley from treating his wife or children, all of Ben's protective instincts kick in. Ridley has come to rely on Ben's steady presence and the delicious tension that simmers just below the surface of their easy friendship--but as much as she trusts that his warnings to steer clear of Jeremiah Salt are sincere, she's never been one to back down from a challenge and she refuses to abandon her patient. But sticking to your guns can earn you trouble in the rough terrain of the Wild West and danger threatens Ridley from unexpected places, forcing Ben to confront his deepest fear in order to save the woman he loves.

The devil to pay [large print] : a Texas dynasty, the Kerrigans / William W. Johnstone with J. A. Johnstone.

  • 19 March 2019
cover image"The Kerrigans have fought long and hard to carve out their own piece of heaven on the Texas frontier. And when evil comes knocking at their door, with guns blazing, there'll be hell to pay . . . NO SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL It begins with a simple act of kindness--and ends in a shocking night of violence. A homeless family shows up on Kate Kerrigan's doorstep, seeking refuge from a vengeful rancher's wrath. Seeing their desperation--and fear--the West Texas matriarch welcomes the family into her home. But her charity turns out to be an invitation to disaster. First, the rancher and his henchmen come gunning for her houseguests. They break into Kate's mansion. They shoot her butler, brutalize her staff, and try to force themselves on Kate. Then the real slaughter begins. When the smoke clears, Kate vows to send these murderous bastards straight to hell. Even if she has to dance with the devil himself . . . this is part of "The Kerrigans" series"-- Provided by publisher.

Apache lament / Patrick Dearen.

  • 20 March 2019
cover imageEight months have passed since Sam DeJarnett lost his wife and unborn child to Mescalero Apaches, and now he is one of ten Texas Rangers pursuing those very hostiles in 1881. He lives only for vengeance, and the fresh Mescalero trail in the snow is leading straight into the bitterly cold Sierra Diablo of Texas. In the Mescalero band is Nejeunee, a twenty-year-old woman with a baby. She has lost her husband to the Indaa, or white men, and she lives every moment in hatred. High in the Diablo snows, Sam the Apache hater and Nejeunee the Indaa hater are fated to meet, and what follows will test everything each of them has believed about the other's race. This novel is based on actual events.

Flintlock [large print] : Pitchfork Pass / by William W. Johnstone ; with J.A. Johnstone.

  • 20 March 2019
cover imageSynopsis: "Johnstone Country. Frontier Spirit Lives Here. Life is hard on the American frontier. Justice is even harder. But when it comes to revenge, no man can escape the righteous wrath of a wronged bounty hunter. Especially when his name is Flintlock . . . VENGEANCE IS COMING. Flintlock takes no pleasure in killing. But when his pal O'Hara gets bullwhipped by a trio of lowdown prairie rats, Flintlock finds sanctuary for his wounded friend at the cabin of a kindly miner and his lovely daughter. Flintlock heads out to hunt down some food. But there's more than just deer lurking in these woods. A bloodthirsty band of eight savage raiders--led by a half-mad gunslinger called The Old Man of the Mountain--wage a full-scale attack on the miner's cabin. By the time Flintlock returns, O'Hara's been beaten, the miner's been shot, and the daughter's been kidnapped . . . It gets worse. The Old Man plans to make the young beauty his bride. But Flintlock has a plan, too. It's not just a rescue mission. It's a vengeance ride--leading to one bloody showdown that'll go down in history . . . This is part of "Flintlock" series."-- Provided by publisher.

Lonesome Dove : a novel / by Larry McMurtry.

  • 20 March 2019
cover imageChronicles a cattle drive in the nineteenth century from Texas to Montana, and follows the lives of Gus and Call, the cowboys heading the drive, Gus's woman, Lorena, and Blue Duck, a sinister Indian renegade.

Have brides, will travel / William W. Johnstone and J.A. Johnstone.

  • 21 March 2019
cover image"Bo Creel and Scratch Morton aren't the settling down types. They're lifelong drifters who keep one eye on the horizon, one finger on the tigger, and one foot out the door. Roaming the West is what keeps them young, or so Scratch tells Bo. But when they save the life of Cyrus Keegan--the owner of a matrimonial agency--they receive an unexpected proposal that's hard to resist. Keegan needs to deliver five mail order brides to a mining town in New Mexico Territory. All Scratch and Bo have to do is get these gals to the church on time--and alive if possible... For better or worse, they agree. The job seems easy enough--and the brides-to-be are even easier on the eyes. Cecilia, Beth, Luella, Rose, and Jean all need good husbands. But their prospects look bad when the journey to the altar includes Mexican banditos, scheming silver robbers, and one overbearing rancher who won't take no for an answer. Bo and Scratch promised to keep the ladies safe--and keep their hands to themselves--but it could be the last vow they'll ever make"--Dust jacket flap.

The chuckwagon trail [large print] / by William W. Johnstone with J. A. Johnstone .

  • 21 March 2019
cover imageFramed for murder, Dewey "Mac" McKenzie is running for his life. Though he's never even made a pot of coffee, Mac talks his way onto a cattle drive as a chuckwagon cook. Turns out he's as good with a pot and pan as he is with a gun. But trail boss Deke Northrup is one mean spit in the eye, and has soon made enemies of all the men. When Mac learns that Northrup is planning to double-cross the herd's owner, he stands up to the trail boss and his henchman. Mac is outgunned and outnumbered, but he's ready to serve up some blazing frontier justice.

Springfield 1880 / William W. Johnstone with J. A. Johnstone.

  • 21 March 2019
cover imageCaptain Jed Foster is more than a thief. He's a traitor. With a handful of murderous rogues, he's run off with four wagons containing new Springfield 1880 rifles, bayonets, and ammunition meant to resupply the troops at Fort Bowie in Arizona Territory. Foster plans to sell the weapons to the highest bidder whetherer it's Apaches, Mexican revolutionaries, or Confederate veterans who still dream of destroying the Union. But that's the least of Foster's problems. His junior officer, Lieutenant Grat Holden, is coming after him. If Holden can't bring the renegade to justice, he'll face court-martial for losing the wagons. If he's caught crossing the Mexican border, the U.S. Army will deny knowledge of the mission. Holden can't do it alone. With the help of an ornery ex-sergeant known as "Hard Rock" Masterson and fiery guerilla fighter Soledad, the young lieutenant will have to face off with war chiefs, banditos, and cutthroat outlaws.

All that glitters / Paul Colt.

  • 22 March 2019
cover image"Cajun box man known as Duval blows a safe in San Francisco and makes off with sixty thousand dollars in diamonds and precious stones. Insurance Company of North America engages Colonel David Crook's Great Western Detective League. Veteran investigators Beau Longstreet and Briscoe Cane take the case"-- Provided by publisher.

Sheep Pen Canon / James D. Crownover.

  • 22 March 2019
cover image"Lee Sowell tells us about the Pard Newman battles--which nearly cost him his life--in this sequel to The Ox That Gored. It takes three battles, one in the Long Branch Saloon of Dodge City, one in Texas, and one in the Territory of New Mexico to finally subdue the Newman gang. The journey back to Sheep Pen Cañon is interrupted by a fight in the infamous Kansas City Bottoms of Joplin, Missouri and by the county seat war of Gray County, Kansas. Tex has to deal with cattle thieves and blue northers while recovering from a wound received in the Long Branch fight. The unseen presence of a ghostly thief and killer upsets the tranquility of the Cimarrón Valley"-- Provided by publisher.

Village : a novel / Stanley Crawford.

  • 22 March 2019
cover imageThis rollicking ride through a single day in the ill-fated village of San Marcos will leave you reeling with laughter, even as you cringe at the misadventures of the hapless Porter Clapp and his pitiable wife, Steph; the jaundiced Onesimo Moro and his ever-watchful spouse, Isabel; and the rest of Crawford's riotous cast. At this story's beginning, a meeting notice from the state water agency, posted at the local store, seems to portend an imminent threat to the valleys precious acequias. But perhaps more ominous--at least to the paranoid Clapp--is the possibility of the outside world meddling with the isolation, blissful or not, of this remote Hispanic plaza town. As the time of the meeting looms, we follow the characters through the day and become immersed in a place unnervingly familiar to anyone who has lived in Northern New Mexico. Crawford spares no one from his acerbic wit and skewering prose, yet there remains an unmistakable affection for the marvelously dysfunctional community and the very faults that he so eloquently parodies. As the tale unfolds, we dread the incipient threat from outside the valley less and begin to hope that something will deflect the downward spiral every character seems doomed to follow--but nothing anticipates or prepares us for the denouement that Crawford skillfully delivers, leaving us punch drunk with mirth.

Adobe moon [large print] / by Mark Warren.

  • 23 March 2019
cover imageAfter his youth on an Iowa farm, Wyatt Earp is ready to seek his fortunes by his wits rather than the sweat of his back. In California he meets a Mexican girl, whose philosophy will haunt him for years to come. It is the prophecy of the zadobe moon,y which reminds a man: If you do not achieve your dreams, you must settle for what you have

Remington 1894 [large print] / by William W. Johnstone ; with J. A. Johnstone.

  • 23 March 2019
cover image"Johnstone Justice. What America needs now. Bestselling authors William W. Johnstone and J.A. Johnstone celebrate a legend of the American West and the weapon that shaped a nation's destiny. As a teenager, John McMasters won the Medal of Honor as a sniper for the Union Army during the Civil War. Thirty years later, McMasters lives a peaceful life in the Arizona Territory, raising a family and running cattle. These days, he needs eyeglasses to hit a distant target. But that doesn't stop his wife and four children from buying him a special present for his fiftieth birthday a beautiful new Remington shotgun. Turns out, he's going to need it. The Butcher gang has come to town. By the time McMasters learns of their arrival, they've invaded his ranch and slaughtered his family, hightailing it out of the county. McMasters wants revenge, using his new shotgun to hunt down those butchers like the animals they are. But he can't do it alone. His friend, Deputy U.S. Marshal Daniel Kirkpatrick, is hauling six of the deadliest criminals in the country to a prison in Yuma. They're cutthroat killers, every bit as ruthless as the Butchers. But when McMasters points his Remington at their heads, they will become his killers. "-- Provided by publisher.

The first mountain man [large print] : Preacher's kill / William W. Johnstone with J. A. Johnstone.

  • 23 March 2019
cover image"A fur trapper by trade, Preacher is ready to pass on his deadly survival skills to a boy named Hawk, who just might be his son. When they ride out of the Rockies to St. Louis loaded with furs, it's Hawk's first trip to civilization. The moment he lays eyes on Chessie Dayton, he's lost. And when she unwisely signs on for a gold-hungry expedition, Hawk convinces Preacher to trail the outfit -- which is headed to a land of no return"--Back cover.
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