Wolf Riker runs his domain with an iron will and smoking guns. And now Christopher Guthrie has signed on to join Riker on his most daring and dangerous journey yet, driving a herd of seven thousand cattle from Texas to Kansas, through land filled with Kiowa, Comanche, raging floods and border raiders. The Range Wolf is ready to face any obstacle in his way. But for Guthrie and the rest of the men, it's a ride into hell, one many of them won't survive.
Accomplished film and television writer Andrew Fenady has been honored with the Golden Boot Award for his contributions to the Western genre. Also a popular novelist, Fenady shines when telling this story of a cowboy who just doesn't seem to fit in with the rest of the world. Raised by Kiowa Indians before being taken in by a wealthy rancher, Shannon has never been able to claim what is rightfully hers.
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Andrew J. Fenady has been justly rewarded for his exceptional fiction with the Owen Wister Award, the Western Writers of America's most prestigious honor. The author's immense talent is on full display in The Trespassers, the tale of four soldiers of fortune who slip into Mexico to nab five million dollars in buried gold. Before they can get their hands on this fortune, however, the rugged band will have to face off against comancheros, hostile Indians - and enito Juarez's army.
After the Civil War, Johnny heads home to Texas to find the mother and sister of a close friend who died beside him in battle. What Johnny doesn't know is that a merciless saloon owner has staked his claim on the sister, and the brute doesn't plan to let her go.
Screenwriter, actor, producer, and award-winning author Andrew J. Fenady knows the Western genre as few do. Destiny Made Them Brothers follows General Ulysses S. Grant, George Armstrong Custer, and Rebel Johnny Yuma, united by fate and friendship. The elusive one of the bunch, Johnny plays a vital role in Grant’s victory for the Union, Lee’s surrender at Appomattox, and Custer’s deadly campaigns in the West.
When their wagon breaks down in the desert, Reverend Jon Keyes and his ailing wife, Lorna, find themselves at the mercy of blistering heat, punishing thirst, and circling buzzards. On the brink of death, they are rescued by Caleb Hobbs and his beguiling daughter, Deliverance, who take them to their home in San Melas. It's a strange little town, built to resemble the New England village they left behind.