When robbing a bank in the wrong town made Tom McLean a notorious man, the only way to survive was to run. But he had been in this type of predicament before, and he knew what to do. The posse close behind him meant to see he never made the border. They wanted him bad. But it wasn't to be, for McLean had a good horse under him and a head start.
"No heroes but not bad"
Mauled by a giant grizzly and left to die, 16 year-old Jose Olano's chances for life were remote. Then, like a guardian angel, came Robert "Gray Eagle" McAllister, one-time army scout and sometime outlaw. In his flight to escape a posse, he finds the brutalized body of Jose. Knowing his decision to help Jose may mean his own death, he stays and brings Jose back from the brink of death. Thus began one of the greatest companionships ever known to the Idaho frontier.
Mort Dansing was lost between two worlds: he was a white man raised by Apaches. After Dansing's village was destroyed and his wife murdered, he returned to white society, hoping to punish the traitor who led the killers to the village encampment.
Sam Coffey and Tom Vance had been partners for years, but after the accident neither could stay on at the K-Bar Diamond spread. Now, Sam has more enemies than any man has a right to. Too many enemies, and too few friends, and those friends are no where to be found. If Sam Coffey lives long enough to crawl out of the Mexican desert, it will be nothing short of a miracle.
Austin Everett grew to young manhood beneath the hungry tongue of a willow switch and the cruel fists of the one man who should have been his protector: his own father. But when a mysterious night rider killed his father, Austin put aside the misery his life had been to track down the murderer. Also on the trail of a killer, former lawman Alto Martinez was traveling the very same path as Austin, and in the boy he saw a part of himself....
After the loss of his wife and newborn son, stagecoach driver Clay Logan leaves behind all that he knows to escape his ghosts. From the peaceful country lanes of Ohio, to the windswept prairies of Nebraska and Wyoming, to the sedate Mormon community of Great Salt Lake City to the wild, violent mining town of Idaho City, Clay must run in search of inner peace. But instead, he finds only trouble.
"The new Louis L'amour"
Kathryn Winchester, 33-years-old, has already lost three husbands to violence. The first died in the ravages of the War Between the States, the next died in a gambling hall in Hays, Kansas, and the third was killed in a pointless gunfight in Montana. Now her fourth husband, Ira, has been mysteriously gunned down and lies near death on the floor of their Idaho ranch house.
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