What would domestic terrorists do with a couple of nuclear bombs? Andy Kelsey is a reporter who may have just stumbled on the story of a lifetime. He’s infiltrated a white separatist group in the Ozarks, an underground organization ready to fight and die—and kill—for their extreme beliefs. The deeper Kelsey gets in the group, the more he’s trusted, and the bigger his story becomes.
In Canyon Diablo by Spur Award winner Max McCoy, two brothers agree to settle their simmering feud at an old desert mission. But then they find a pile of dead bodies there—and one mortally wounded survivor who promises them riches beyond their dreams if they return his prized possessions to Canyon Diablo.
Jacob Gamble is a rough-riding outlaw who happens to be flat broke. But when a failed train robbery leaves him looking like a hero, Jacob lands in uncharted territory. Trying to escape his fame, and a suspicious Pinkerton detective, Jacob agrees to help the beautiful Olivia Weathers find a cave full of treasure hidden deep in Apache country - among the infamous bluffs of Canyon Diablo.
Hellfire Canyon features Alf Brolin, a tall drink of water who guns down innocent victims with the same carelessness with which he quotes classic literature. Federal trooper Zach Thomas, however, lacks any appreciation for Brolin's airs and means to see the outlaw put six feet in the ground.
Time is running out for Jolene. She's trapped by a madman, held captive, naked, waiting only for her worst nightmares to become reality. Her captor will keep her alive for 28 days, hidden in an underwater city 400 feet below the surface. Then she will die horribly, just like the others. Jolene's only hope is Richard Dahlgren, a private underwater crime scene investigator. He has until the next full moon before Jolene becomes just another hideous trophy in the killer's surreal underwater lair.