Arizona Territory Ranger Sam Burrack knows all too well that criminals don't concern themselves with consequences. So it's no surprise to him when Big Silver's sheriff, Sheppard Stone, makes an enemy of wealthy cattle rancher Edsel Centrila, whose son thinks he's above the law. After Stone refuses a large payoff to let Centrila's son out of jail, Centrila throws all of his money into buying up Big Silver, putting gunmen on every corner, aiming right at the sheriff's office.
Cray Dawson wants to head home and put his reputation as a shootist to rest. Trouble is, his home town has changed. There's a crooked new sheriff, and with an army of vicious outlaws riding shotgun as deputies, he has the town under his thumb-until Cray decides to make the most of his bad reputation.
USA Today best-selling author Ralph Cotton’s name is permanently branded atop any list of the best writers in the Western genre. Lawman from Nogales features one of Cotton’s most iconic characters, legendary Arizona Ranger Sam Burrack. Heedless of danger, Burrack shrugs off fears of ambush as he hunts down Luis and Teto Torres, leaders of the despicable Gun Killers Gang. Encountering the gorgeous -- and mercurial -- Erin Donovan, Burrack soon discovers peril can be found in far stranger places than at the end of a gun barrel.
"This is a great series"
When Arizona Ranger Sam Burrack arrives in Mesa Grande with a few outlaws in tow, he finds the town in chaos. The sheriff's just been shot, and the new deputy - supposedly out in search of the gunman - is acting suspicious. Now it's up to Burrack to sort out who can be trusted and who needs to be put behind bars. But just as he starts putting the pieces together, a new kind of threat descends on Mesa Grande: Scalp hunters ride in - with a band of wrathful Apache warriors hot on their trail.
Arizona Ranger Sam Burrack thought he’d seen every despicable act of cruelty and murder any man could exact on another. He thought wrong. When he stumbles upon the butchered remains of a scalp-taking massacre, he’s choked with disgust. So Burrack teams up with veteran Sheriff Boyd Tackett, who’s more than willing to help bring these vile rats to justice.
Ranger Burrack and Federal Marshal Summers must battle Arizona regulator Morgan Waite and his band of vigilantes. When Burrack and Summers apprehend Cold Devil's saloon owner Jack Spain, Spain offers $10,000 to anyone who frees him. Getting wind of Spain's reward, Waite and his posse bushwhack the lawmen and leave them for dead in a terrifying landslide. But blazing gunfire will soon heat up the town of Cold Devil.
A killer storm - In the dark of night during a raging storm, a criminal is on the loose in the Arizona badlands. His name is Wilson Orez. Half-Apache and a former cavalry scout, Orez is skilled with weapons, seasoned in the desert, and trained to keep a cool head while death lurks all around him. Or when it springs from his own hands. Arizona Ranger Sam Burrack knows the only way to stop Orez is to kill him.
In Crossing Fire River, Cotton introduces Lawrence “Fast Larry” Shaw, a quick-drawing gunslinger tormented by his past. Reeling from the death of his wife Rosa, Fast Larry turns to whiskey to drown his sorrows. But even with a drink in one hand, he’s still the fastest shot around. So when he becomes a target for a Mexican bounty hunter after killing two banditos, Fast Larry will have to protect himself the only way he knows how.
Arizona Ranger Sam Burrack has something of a reputation for finishing what he sets out to do - usually with a shot from his Winchester. He'd been on the trail of five gunmen for days. Then there was four. And he doesn't plan on stopping until every member of the notorious Golden Riders is behind bars or underground. But when a few of the riders escape in a jailbreak, word gets back to gang leader Braxton Kane that his brother fell under the gun of a lawman. Now Burrack is both hunter and hunted.
Some time ago, Arizona Ranger Sam Burrack caught a bullet in the back. After a winter spent healing, he's now traveling to meet Memphis Beck, leader of the notorious Hole-in-the-Wall gang and the man who saved his life. But another player explodes on the scene - an assassin known as the Dutchman. And as these three men's destinies intertwine, it becomes clear at least one of them will not survive the encounter.
"One rough ride..."
Seems like every time Arizona Ranger Sam Burrack turns over a rock a Black Valley Rider jumps out. So when two bounty hunters arrive in Minton Hill trailing the same outlaws, Sam agrees to ride with them. Trouble is, only a drunken gambler knows where the gang is holed up.
"This book has it all"
USA Today best-selling author Ralph Cotton writes about the Old West with equal parts glorified action and gritty authenticity. In Riders from Long Pines, Cotton crafts a sharp shoot-’em-up that is sure to broaden his already expansive fan base. When a band of drovers stumbles upon the goods that were left behind after a botched robbery, they decide to do the moral thing and take the money to its rightful owner. But there’s an outlaw after the prize, and it’ll take the gunslinging know-how of Arizona Ranger Sam Burrack to keep the money truly safe.
USA Today best-selling author Ralph Cotton’s gritty tales effortlessly capture the glory days of the Old West. Hanging in Wild Wind finds Arizona Ranger Sam Burrack crossing the Badlands, hot on the trail of Silva “The Snake” Ceran and his gang. But this time the ranger may have bitten off more than he can chew - especially when he comes across Ceran’s girlfriend, wildcat Kitty Dellaros, who has a deadly reputation of her own.
In this thrilling tale, tough-as-rawhide ranger Sam Burrack pursues a posse of violent jailbreakers. As he follows the bloody trail, Sam comes face-to-face with an unpleasant foe: the legendary Hole-in-the-Wall Gang.
Arizona Ranger Sam Burrack is a predator lying in wait. He's undercover as an outlaw to infiltrate a pair of vicious border gangs and bring them down. This mission has already had its share of casualties, and if Burrack has his say, there will be more. A cloud of dust rises as four men ride toward the Twisted Hills. The only thing between them and certain death at the hands of the Apaches is Sam, who also wants those men dead.
With 1.5 million copies of his books in print, Ralph Cotton has won countless fans for his authentic, actionpacked Westerns. Sheriff 's widow Emma Vertrees is far from the straight-and-narrow citizen the residents of Little Aces assume her to be. When fate reunites her with Memphis Warren Beck, a member of a despicable collection of miscreants known as the Hole-in-the-wall Gang, Arizona Ranger Sam Burrack finds himself right in the line of fire.
When wanted men don't want to be found, they hole up in Agua FrIa, Mexico. Nestled in the twisted hills of the Blood Mountain Range just across the border from Arizona, the town is divided by two ruthless gangs of thieves and killers. On one side stands Texas Red Madson, and on the other is Raymond Segert. Between them stands Arizona Ranger Sam Burrack. He rides into Agua FrIa in the guise of a vicious gunslinger with a plan to ingratiate himself with both gangs - and stir up the bad blood between them into a war that will leave Burrack the last man standing .
Hired to help steal $50,000 in gold bullion, ex-Pinkerton Avrial "Rock" Rochenbach must earn the trust of some of the West's most notorious outlaws-while protecting his true identity as an undercover U.S. Secret Service Agent.
Like father, like son. Arizona Territory Ranger Sam Burrack rides the border badlands to Iron Point hoping to capture Ozzie Cord, a mercenary who killed a sheriff back in Mesa Grande. Cord escaped jail once but won't get away this time.... But as Sam nears his prey, the trail of scalped bodies makes it clear that someone else has a vendetta.
Arizona Ranger Sam Burrack's on the trail of a gang of bank robbers, a mission that's led him right into the path of a raging wildfire. As the pines around him go up in flames, Burrack is determined to catch the murderous Cheyenne Kid and his gang and recover the money they stole. But Burrack isn' t the only one with a case against the Kid. When Gilley Maclaine overhears the Cheyenne Kid reveal his plans to kill her, she swipes the money he promised her and gives him a swift kick on her way out the door.