A war is being waged against us by radical Islamists, and, as current events demonstrate, they are only getting stronger. Al-Qaeda has morphed into a much more dangerous, menacing threat: ISIS. Lt. General Michael T. Flynn is blunt and urgent. This book aims to inform the American people of the grave danger we face in the war on terror—and will continue to face—until our government takes decisive action against the terrorists that want nothing more than to destroy us and our way of life.
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No one in Coronado, New Mexico, wanted Will Lockhart to linger in town. There were some willing to go to dire lengths to drive him out. But the lone rider from Laramie had come a thousand miles to find a gunrunner whose thirst for blood money had killed his younger brother. And Lockhart won't leave until he gets his vengeance.
Four men's destinies are chained to the huge water wheels irrigating the great rancho of Don Alfredo Correon de Leon y Delgado, deep in Chihuahua. Many men work as slaves turning the wheels, each an innocent captured by Don Alfredo's private army. Two are loners and are not missed, but the father of one vows revenge and release for his son, while Ann, the sister of another, sets out on a perilous journey searching for him after his disappearance.
This collection of stories is all about the Rawhide Kid, one of T. T. Flynn’s most famous and popular characters, and includes the original story in which he features.
In the title story of this Western quartet, a man must fight tough odds to find out who paid a convicted cattle thief to frame him for murder.
In the title story of this Western quartet, Breck Coleman finds himself sworn in as deputy, fighting against the men involved in the deaths of his father and brothers.
Bart Sutherland's brother has been murdered by Colt Parmalee and his gang. In disguise, Bart arrives at Colt's ranch in the Valley of the Damned out for revenge. After being captured by Colt's beautiful daughter, Storm, and the other gang members who killed his brother, will Bart ever be able to survive in order to finish the job and ensure justice in the region?
Short in size, Two Bit Higgins beats up the much bigger Dandy Barker in a bar fight in an southern Arizona gold-mining town. He is then named a deputy sheriff, also showing how dangerous he is with a gun. Then Barker comes back for revenge. How long will it be before Barker and his gang come looking for Two Bit and the show down?
The Yaqui Kid saves the life of Paul Richards almost killed by in the desert while chased by a posse. Brad Stees has stolen the ranch that easterner Paul has inherited and Brad wants to ensure his robbery of the property being iron clad. The Yaqui Kid decides to help Paul but will these two be able to restore Paul's ranch to its proper owner and also save Paul's younger sister from Stees? Or will the sheriff be able to capture and hang the Yaqui Kid first?
Summoned by a mysterious letter, Howdy McFee and the amazing horse Pink ride to save his Uncle's ranch. There's big trouble waiting for them - a crooked lawyer, a pack of hired killers, a crazy prospector, and a fiery, beautiful woman. What do they want? When will the disasters stop? Can Howdy sort it out before he's shot or hung?
"Very good western"