Walt Street is on a stagecoach bound for Escalante, Colorado, where he hopes to reunite with his wife after two years of living without violence at her request. But when fellow passenger Ben Rawlins recognizes him as a man with a bounty on his head, a struggle ensues and Rawlins ends up dead. Walt switches identities and all is well until he finds out that Rawlins has inherited a small ranch that the neighboring Gunhammer Ranch wants.
This thrilling adventure novel tells the story of a famous massacre on a Ute reservation in Colorado in 1879, three years after the Custer disaster at Little Big Horn.
A western duo, two stories about gunmen, warring ranchers, fierce reputations and gold.
Against the backdrop of civil strife and treachery, men and women alike are caught up in the desperate drama of war.
Tag Landry's brother meant to kill him, and there was too many on the old home who saw only the price tag on Tag’s head. Tag realized that he was outnumbered as he returned at last to Landry, Wyoming. But he's already stuck his neck out, and too many lives and too much land depended on Tag staying alive. So with his hands ready for action, and his guns loose in his holsters, Tag came back onto the Circle L, facing the memory of the first man he'd ever killed - the man whose ghost threatened his life today.
When a group of nesters comes between the Pegleg and Sunblade ranches events are set in motion that will look set to destroy both the men who own them. Old John Sunblade had ruined many men to build his vast rangeland empire but Pegleg Johnson will be one of the last. Sunblade is a heartless man with the law on his side. His son Dane watches the ranch he grew up on torn out from under him when a third party steps in amongst the feuding.
A brutal beating prompts a young man to fight back, and a cattle rancher is torn between the woman he loves and doing the right thing in this western duo.
There was revenge in his heart and a price on his head. By now there were many notches on his gun – notches Clay had never wanted to put there. But each gunfight had proved the terrible speed of his draw; each death had brought him closer to his quarry. The trail was very warm now. Clay knew that on the muddy street of this little town he would face the test he’d spent years preparing for – gunning down the only man he’d ever really wanted to kill.
The Tincup cattle ranch, owned by Raoul Joliffe and his son Mart, is in the high ranges of the Colorado storm country near the Utah border. Trouble starts when Utah sheep rancher John Robineau moves his sheep herd onto Tincup's graze. In the end Robineau's sheep were killed, but no human blood was shed. Mart Joliffe feels badly about the slaughter, but this is only the first of several ordeals.