Spur Award-winning author Gary Svee pens Westerns of the highest calibre. Showdown at Buffalo Jump is a rough andtumble thrill ride into the bawdy towns and open plains of the Old West. The word is out. Max Bass wants an able bodied, fullbosomed woman to complete his life. One problem though: when he describes himself, he outright lies about nearly everything, including his lifestyle, his home, and his money. Soon, he finds himself with a sharp-tongued vixen—and big trouble—on his hands.
Western writer Gary Svee has won two Spur Awards, including one for this tale of a righteous man who brings his own brand of justice to 1880s Montana. The town of Sanctuary is controlled by a fanatical preacher and a vicious rancher. But then a hard-drinking, gun-toting preacher named Mordecai arrives—and everything changes.
Sheriff Frank Drinkwalter has faced some unscrupulous men in his time, but Jack Galt, the new blacksmith in town, is among the worst. Although he has no proof, Frank is certain that Jack is the man behind a series of recent murders, the victims of which are all women. Now Catherine, Frank’s truelove, may be in harm’s way, and breaking his own laws seems the sheriff ’s only option.
Spur Award-winner Gary Svee is praised by western fans for his fascinating novels of the 19th-century American frontier. In Spirit Wolf, a mysterious wolf-like animal has been destroying cattle in Montana. In the dead of winter, Nashua Brue ventures into the wilderness to track and kill this vicious beast. Soon he discovers the real killer walks on two legs, not four.
"Great book and good storry telling"