Posts Categorized: Western

Towards the Sunset By

Towards the Sunset It's the early 1700s. Red-haired twins Elise & Antoine de Brievaux are pioneers struggling to survive in the great north, an unexplored territory seething with danger yet full of opportunity and wonder, on the eve of  a bloody war. An unforgettable, sprawling, historical adventure full of rip-roaring action, shocking violence, exhilarating triumphs and heart-breaking emotion.

Gambler's Girl By

Gambler’s Girl When the trail herds rode into Dodge City, she was there... ready to play any game the cowboys wanted, as long as it was a gamble for very high stakes.

When a man has been on the trail for months, he builds an appetite no ordinary girl or game can satisfy. Johnny Blaise, trail-boss, lover, gunfighter and gambler knows this well. He whetted his hungers in the saloons of Dodge City, and satisfied them in the rooms upstairs...all except his hunger for revenge against the queen of Dodge City saloons. 

Comanche Captives By

Comanche Captives 1961 Winner of the Oklahoma Writing Award.
1961 Winner of the Spur Award for Best Western Novel.
1961 Winner of the Levi Strauss Golden Saddleman Award for Best Western Writing.

Winter of the Sioux By

Winter of the Sioux The Sioux were among the greatest of Indian nations. Strong, proud and unequaled as fighters. And to the white settlers in the plains, they were predators, a nightmare-made-real. There were few white men who survived an encounter with the Sioux, even fewer who earned their respect and their friendship. One man did, a professional gambler and gunfighter named Beau Mannix. This is his story.

Canyon Killers By

Canyon Killers Walt Slade is a relentless Texas Ranger... the mere sight of this tall lawman, with his lightning-fast draw, astride his great black horse Shadow, is enough to send most outlaws running for their lives. Not this time. Slade takes on a ruthless bandit in a bullet-lashed battle that turns a Texas countryside into an inferno of violence and retribution.