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New Arrivals - Westerns
"With his dying words, a sheriff tells Slocum to find the men who shot him. Though he?s never been too partial to the law, Slocum accepts the mission?and even the deputy?s badge that goes with it. Finding the bad men in Spencer Flats, Slocum takes stock of the situation. Rob Bensonn is a mean, nasty killer?but Slocum?s dealt with characters like him before. What he?s never seen before is a man with the shooting skills of Far Eye Abernathy. Going up against Far Eye won?t be easy?and the third man in that rag tag gang may be even worse."--P. of cover.
Hired to protect flame-haired beauty Lucy Horton, who is dodging armed assassins on the streets of Denver, Deputy U.S. Marshal Custis Long must find out who wants her dead before they are both six feet under.
When there is no law and order, the renegade will prey on the weak. West of Yuma, beneath the red sandstone bluffs, the comancheros reign with brutal terror. A motley crew of savage men, they ride with lust in their hearts and cruelty on their minds.
"Driving the stagecoach to Fort Stockton without a shotgun messenger is keeping John Slocum on his toes. He?s carrying a huge payroll for the Army, and he?s dead sure road agents are after it. But before he can tackle the sharpshooter who?s after the gold, Slocum?s caught up in a tornado that destroys half the town. It seems Slocum?s got a knack for surviving?except now he?s got to help find the missing payroll or wind up in jail. And there?s a mysterious lady with flame-red hair and a strange request who could be deadlier than the storm?"--P. of cover.
Longarm is determined to make sure an innocent widow doesn't go to the gallows for murdering her husband.
"A former slave, Bass Reeves is a man proud to wear the badge and uphold the law. While on the trail of a gang of masked bank robbers, the Deputy Marshal discovers that the murderous men aren't just criminals--they're former Buffalo Soldiers. Bass knows that he's going to need help capturing the rest of the gang--and he knows just the Gunsmith for the job...Clint Adams..."--P.  of cover.
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.