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New Arrivals - Westerns
Hired by Casey O'Riley to get his wife and horses back, Slocum, while on the trail with O'Riley and a lovely senorita named Rosa, takes a stand against the no-good horse theives who have no idea who they are messing with.
Deputy U.S. Marshal Custis Long must team up with a beautiful U.S. Treasury agent to recover two mail bags that have been stolen from a Union Pacific train, which pits them both against a band of train robbers.
Clint Adams receives an anonymous letter listing ten people who will be killed unless Adams can put a stop to the deadly game.
Three of Slocums friends, and damn good people at that, are needlessly killed in Arizona by the spineless murderer Tunk Mueller. While chasing this outlaw through Nevada, Slocum runs smack-dab into a Bible-thumping madman, his holy-rolling sons, and his bevy of beleaguered beauties.
When he joins an old friend, who owns a large claim in Alaska near a town called Forty Mile, on a quest to strike gold, Clint Adams takes a stand against Calvin Parker who, planning to start a mining operation near Forty Mile, wants the Gunsmith taken out.
Clint Adams investigates two murders after a wedding takes a deadly turn.
Slocum needs to get out of Saint Joseph, Missouri, thanks to a money-grubbing sheriff who fines him every chance he gets. When newcomer Ed Warren is held up, Slocum shoots the would-be robber, only to be levied with yet another fine. But Slocums luck turns after Ed offers him a job protecting a small wagon train hoping to strike it rich in the Colorado mines. Just before the Rockies, they are attacked by a group of otherworldly creatures that rise out of the ground and can disappear into thin air. The creatures are led by Spirit Bear, who has sworn to kill anyone who crosses his land. In order to get the wagon train to safety, Slocum has to hunt down Spirit Bear, his most unearthly foe ever...
When he rides into Halycon Valley to help his old friend Wally protect his goldmine from a ruthless gang and the golden gals who lure men to their deaths, John Slocum decides to clean up the town.
When he teams up with his old friend Tyrone Crapface Jones for one last buffalo hunt, Clint Adams finds himself stuck in the settlement of Woodsdale and in the middle of a bloody political rivalry.
Faced with a mystery involving a missing lawman and his wife, Deputy Marshal Custis Long arrives in Cheyenne to find the truth and becomes trapped in a web of murder, opium addiction, deceit and hidden gold.
Deputy U.S. Marshal Custis Long, who was hoping to only pass through the town of Wahoo on his way to collect a federal prisoner, finds himself defending this lawless town from the Kreiter clan, who are determined to free their kinsman from jail.
Arriving in Iowa to make a fortune at the gaming tables, Clint Adams discovers that with his winnings comes crooked lawmen, pretty saloon owners, and high-stakes challenges.
There's nothing funny about the cold-blooded crimes of the bank robber and murderer known as Laughing Lyle May. After he robbed the Stoneville bank, he trapped the tellers and patrons inside, and set the place ablaze.. Now Deputy Marshal Custis Long is on the heinous hyena's trail, tracking him to a little town called Nowhere. There he discovers Lyle, wounded and unconscious on a doctor's table, but the stolen loot is nowhere to be found. No one seems to have seen the cash, though a preacher's amorous daughter offers to let the lawman search her. Longarm is sure someone is up to some funny business, and he's determined to make sure they don't have the last laugh.
After a troubled past, Sett Foster wants life to be easier. With his Indian wife, Ria, and money coming in, things could finally be going his way. Then he finds a stray Indian pony carrying a child-but the answer to their dream of having a family comes with a price and Sett is ready to pay with his own blood.
Arriving in Tucson, Arizona, to help his friend discover who is trying to sabotage the construction of the new University of Arizona, the Gunsmith soon discovers that he is not welcome when the violence escalates.
Deputy U.S. Marshal Custis Long must bring a curvaceous con-artist, who, using her feminine wiles, has double-crossed her banker father, the outlaws who've robbed her father's bank, and countless others, to justice.
A terminally ill cancer patient is attended throughout his final days by his wife and daughter while the trio contemplates their relationships with an estranged son, a situation that stirs up painful memories for a new next-door neighbor who has recently lost her mother.
When the Department of State and the British Government make a request, most people listen. And so does Clint Adams, the Gunsmith. When he hears that his friend Jim West recommended him, he takes on the job. It appears that two British actors are coming to tour America, and both governments want special protection for the national treasures. But it doesn't seem likely that two actors would need a bodyguard until the first shot fired is a near miss. Someone is plotting to stop the tour dead in its tracks. Now, the Gunsmith must watch the audience and the actors?because he'll need all his skill to figure out who the shooter is and why he wants them all dead?
"In 1848, Dooley Monahan, son of struggling Iowa pioneers, went off to to pick up a new milk cow. Young Dooley never came home. Now, nearly three decades later, Dooley Monahan has become an accidental legend, managing to plant a bullet in the chest of a dangerous outlaw. All Dooley really wants is to claim his reward at a bank in Phoenix and make his way north to a gold strike he read about in a newspaper. But fate has other plans. It starts with a family slaughtered by Apaches, a dog smarter than most humans Dooley knows, and a girl with a wounded soul. And the blood-hungry brothers of the outlaw Dooley killed will not give up their pursuit until they?ve avenged his death. The farther Dooley tries to head north, destiny pushes him west. His trail is populated by strange friends and dangerous enemies, strewn with bad luck and bad blood?and frequently interrupted by sudden storms of gunfire."--Author's website.
When Clint Adams comes to the rescue of Mary, an unconscious woman, and takes her to the town of Heathstead, he discovers that she was just driven out by a murderous matriarch who rules the town--and who now wants the Gunsmith dead.
Rogue lawman Eli Pittman used Longarm for target practice. Now the deranged deputy has lit out for Arizona Territory, and Longarm's hell-bent on catching him. But he won't be making the journey alone-the lovely Nurse Danby has fled her fiance to run off with Longarm. And if Pittman is as good with a gun as they say, Longarm may just "need" a nurse at his side.
"Shady Rest, Texas has the dubious reputation for being the deadliest town in America. Getting yourself killed is as easy as blinking and twice as quick. Sure enough, Matt Jensen hasn't swallowed his whisky before the town's marshal is gunned down before his eyes. Matt defends himself by putting two bullets in the shooter's chest, unaware that he's in line for a $5,000 bounty--as long as he stays in Shady Rest to collect it. And staying gets even more tempting when a red-haired beauty decides to be the next town marshal. Annabel O'Callahan is a dressmaker with a secret weapon--no hard case or gunslinger worth his salt will gun down a lady. Almost overnight, Shady Rest becomes a model of law and order. But the man Matt killed has a whole passel of friends and family--the killing kind, man or woman--headed to Shady Rest for revenge. Now the dressmaker and the mountain man must join forces. Two against a small army. And the deadliest shootout Shady Rest has ever seen."-- P.  of cover.
Stuck in Santa Rosita waiting for his horses hoof to heal, Clint Adams doesn't have much to do besides sit around and play poker. When one of his opponents turns out to be a sore loser, the Gunsmith has to use his shooting skills to resolve the issue. Clint thinks the matter is over, until a young boy who witnessed the fight asks for his help.
"A gang of gorgeous grim reapers has been leaving a trail of bullet-riddled corpses. Longarm needs to bring them in, but they have plans for the lawman. Longarm figures if these wild women are going to try to take him out, he'll go with a bang" -- Cover verso.