From some of the hottest names in crime fiction today come original stories written expressly for this collection. These four taut tales, loaded with tension and charged with uncertainty, bring each victim - the unsuspecting, the hunted, the fearful - into the deadly sights of a hired killer's gun.
Buffalo Bill Cody, Bat Masterson, and other legendary heroic figures of America's Old West get the royal treatment in White Hats, a collection of stories by esteemed Western authors. This anthology is expertly compiled by Robert J. Randisi, who has gathered extraordinary stories of those who wear the white hat from well-known authors like John Jakes, Richard S. Wheeler, James Reasoner, and others.
Best-selling author of gunslinging Westerns like Turnback Creek, Robert J. Randisi takes listeners on the treacherous trail to Dodge City. Seeking refuge from assassins who murdered the rest of his wealthy family back east, Ty Butler feels at home among rough-hewn men willing to risk it all on a single wager. But if Ty expects to get out of Dodge alive, he'll need all the aces he can muster.
It took just one hard-drinking, high-rolling poker game to make Tracker the owner of one of the fanciest hotels in San Francisco. With his buddy Duke Farrell, one of the West's slickest con men, Tracker took off to see his new merchandise. Tracker barely had time to get used to San Francisco's city ways before he was caught up in a boxing match, a couple of gunfights, too many fistfights, and more pretty women then even he could keep track of. But then, Tracker was always good with his hands.
Liz Archer had an ache inside after the Nolan clan slaughtered her fiancé and family. An ache only revenge could heal. She got help from Tate Gilmore, who taught her how to shoot like a man and make love like a woman. He called her Angel Eyes, because those huge baby blues would be the last thing the Nolans would ever see before she blew them all the way to hell!
NYPD Detective Sergeant Dennis McQueen has his hands full with a very bizarre case. A series of dead bodies have been found, all frozen - killed by various methods, but disposed of in the same manner. Just a coincidence, or is there a serial killer at work? Things heat up when McQueen is sent to investigate a body found in the rubble of a fire and meets FDNY Fire Marshal Mason Willis. Willis is investigating it as an arson, but the medical examiner's report makes it obvious that this is a case for McQueen.
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