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Wrath of the Savage

March 2014 When a band of Blackfeet Indians attacks two homesteads along the Yellowstone River, they leave behind nothing but wreckage and blood. Lieutenant Bret Hollister is charged with finding two women who were taken hostage by the Blackfeet. But when an unfortunate mishap results in the massacre of almost his entire patrol, he’s forced […]

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Silver City Massacre

January 2014 After Lee’s surrender ending the Civil War. Lieutenant Joel McAllister decides to resign his commission in the Confederate Army. Having had enough of war and the army, he decides to go out to Idaho Territory to join his brother, who has a mining claim near the town of Silver City. Joel’s long faithful

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Mark of the Hunter

October 2013 The image of his mother’s death had been etched upon his mind so clearly, a picture that would dwell in his subconscious forever. Cord Malone was only twelve years old when his outlaw father and one of his gang returned home after several months on the road. Always a stressful time of abuse

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Long Road to Cheyenne

 July 2013 Young Cam Sutton is convinced that he has herded cows long enough, so he decides to leave his job working for Colonel Charles Coffee at Rawhide Buttes, and head for the Black Hills to see if there’s any future for him in panning for gold. His carefree journey is interrupted, however, when he

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Way of the Gun - Charles G. West

Way of the Gun

March 2013 Out of the frying pan, into the fire. It appears that Carson Ryan’s summer is fated to land him in one tight spot after another. Trouble with cattle rustlers backfires, landing Carson in a conflict with U.S. Deputy Marshal, Luther Moody. Carson’s sin? – Wanting to go to Montana to find work with

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Black Horse Creek

December 2012 Jacob Blanchard, a ruthless cattle baron is the father of three sons, reared in the mold of their father. His favorite, however, is his youngest, Billy, and he at times is more than his father can handle. When Billy robs a bank in Indian Territory, killing a teller in the process, then kills

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Day of the Wolf

September 2012 Orphaned at age eleven when a Sioux war party struck his mother and father’s wagon train, young Tom Logan, the only survivor of the attack, had no choice but to escape to the nearby mountains. Independent by nature, the boy learned to survive in the wilderness early on, and found that it was

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A Man Called Sunday

June 2012 No one knew much about Luke Sunday. He was said to have lived for some time with both the Cheyenne and the Crows. They only knew for sure that he came into Fort Laramie with a party of Crow warriors to volunteer as a scout for General George Crook in a campaign against

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Death is the Hunter

February 2012 The heat was becoming unbearable as he carried his mother’s body back through the kitchen and out the flaming back doorway. Once outside, he tried to draw deep breaths of fresh air into his aching lungs as he laid her body on the cool ground, then quickly stamped out the flames that were

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Outlaw Pass

October 2011 Adam Blaine was always content to stay on his family’s cattle ranch on the Yellowstone. Unlike his brother, Jake, who never could resist the open road – or the prospect of gold. But when Jake doesn’t return home, Adam sets off looking for him, never expecting to find hell waiting for him. Because

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