Will Cannon doesn't believe that the Indians guarding Red Rock Mountain are Ghost Riders. He does know that a vicious gang of outlaws have been robbing and killing innocent folks near the town of Grants, New Mexico. Will believes that the Ghost Riders are keeping everyone away from Red Rock Mountain because there is something on the mountain that the outlaws want to keep secret.
"Excellent story and performance by great performer"
Will Cannon's brother, Joe Cannon, and some of the cowboys from the Mora River Ranch have taken a string of horses to Silver City to have a horse auction there. When Joe and his men don't return on time, Will Cannon rides the trail alone to the silver mining camps around Silver City. Will has to rescue the men and dispense some frontier justice to the outlaw gangs operating out of Silver City.
Almost before he knew it, Sam once a celebrated town-tamer whom Ned Buntline himself had called "The Pistol Prince" found himself embarking on a vengeance hunt. A boy Sam hadn't seen for fifteen years was connected with the killers, so that made it personal. But first and foremost, Sam was a peace-keeper. Convinced that the law would hang 'em all, he wanted the outlaws to have their day in court. The only thing he never reckoned on was the fact that they might very well kill him before he could find and catch them.
Sheriff Jim Buchanan investigates a series of killings while treading lightly around a Native American legend that seems all too real. Cedar County Sheriff Jim Buchanan, the son of a Scotsman and Native American woman, finds a corpse on reservation land. As the body count grows, spirit memories seize the hearts and minds of the community muddling Sheriff Buchanan's efforts to bring the killer to justice.
In 1868, post-Civil War Virginia, Angeline "Angel" Harris, a teacher, believing she killed a man, flees to the Colorado Territories straight into the arms of the only man she’s ever trusted. Sure he'd spurn her if he knew her secret, she hides her love. After spending ten years abroad Jacob "Jake" Walker returns in answer to his family’s request for help. Shocked to find his sister’s childhood friend stranded in the wilderness, he determines to get her safely to Canyon City.
Come join Texas Rangers Zeb and Kade as they discover that love is kin to justice - sometimes you have to fight for it and hope you don't have to die for it.
Adam and Abel Lee return from the Civil War to find their family murdered, their plantations stolen and the Union Army looking for them because they have been framed for the theft of the Yankee payroll in a train robbery. The Lee brothers soon find out the Blackman Gang is to blame for the crimes but the Blackman Gang flees the area and Adam and Abel fake their own deaths and start their journey west. Their goal is to establish a home base and begin the search for the Blackman Gang.
"Basic introduction and description of characters"
Ken Ward encounters mustangs he must ride, a pack of hounds the likes of which he had never seen before, Native Americans who he comes to appreciate with a new awareness, and landscape so wild and primitive, it takes the breath away in the Grand Canyon.
Justifiable homicide. That's what they called it. Therefore, I only had to serve 20 years instead of the mandatory life sentence, for murder. The judge said I could have been hanged. I got out in 17 years for good behavior. Now here I am on my way home, wondering if I still have a home, still have a wife. Do I still have a son? Did she wait, like she said she would in the few letters that I received? I wouldn't blame her if she didn't. Seventeen years is a long time to wait for a passionate woman like her.
"Good story,,, needs one or two more chapters."
I began my adult life as a fur trapper in the Rocky Mountains. I would spend the dead of winter with the Crow Indians. I earned the name "Shows No Mercy" among the Crow for my legendary fights with the Blackfoot, their worst enemy. I try to explain to the Crow that their way of life is doomed because of the westward tide of immigrants who will not try to live with the Crow as I had, but would push them from the land as though they never existed.
"The Batman of the old west"
Murder for profit meets Native American justice. Torn between two different worlds, Jim Buchanan, the son of a Scotsman and Native American woman, had it all: a lucrative sports career with celebrity status. Yet, he sacrificed it all to return to his roots, to the land he knew and loved. In Cedar County, Montana, Sheriff Jim Buchanan is the law. When the FBI contacts him concerning a missing persons investigation, it threatens not only his life but also the life of the person dearest to his heart.
King Creek was a rough-and-ready mining town set right in the heart of the Nevada goldfields. There was no law to speak of except Stover's Law - and it was ruthlessly enforced by one greedy woman, her three callous sons, and a dozen hired gunmen. The situation was quickly going from bad to worse. A failed assassination attempt had left the only man capable of defying the freebooters crippled for life, and his wife was at her wits' end.
Reid Barclay doesn't have time for Christmas, not with trouble brewing at the Crown Seven Ranch. He's got prize thoroughbreds to protect and a long-ago wrong that he wants to make right. But the beautiful cook who's taken over the ranch kitchen is a welcome distraction, even if Ellie Jo Cade burns everything from gingerbread to roast beef. Her sweet face and womanly figure are pure temptation....
"not even a good story. vulgar,uninteresting"
From out of a shadowy backwoods hollow echoes a dark threat from the past, nearly a century lost and forgotten. The rural town of Harmony, Tennessee, possessed a disturbing secret; a secret so ancient that most of its residents were completely unaware of it. Even the last survivors of a vigilante raid long ago have filed the tragic events of that autumn night away, totally unaware of the evil that remains, dormant, but forever patient, among the tall pines and thick-leaved kudzu of a place known only as Hell Hollow.
"AMAZING Southern-fried, coming-of-age horror tale"
I was living with my parents in pre-Civil War Illinois when they are killed by an outlaw. I killed the outlaw and was forced to flee Illinois to avoid retribution from his family who are known robbers and killers. In Joplin, Missouri, I meet Mary Wilson, a 15-year-old runaway from an abusive orphanage. We travel to Phoenix where we meet Tommy Red Feather, a nine-year-old orphaned Indian boy living by his wits. The three of us form a family.
To Breathe Free Air is the sequel to Shows No Mercy and is the further adventures of Walker Haugen, who was given a fortune in gold nuggets by the Crow Indians even after showing the chief what the gold could purchase. He finds himself only able to help the Crow people on a small scale. Because of his belief that one person cannot "own" another, he sets off on a quest to rid the world of slavery. This includes Blacks in the south and Native Americans in the north.
Will Cannon reads about a gang of vicious outlaws robbing and killing innocent people near the deep canyons of the Colorado River in Arizona. Hoping to find Blackman and his gang of outlaws there Will rides to Arizona and finds the doomsday preacher. He enlists the help of three young cowboys, a rancher and an old hermit to find the outlaw gang.
The Crady family, the wealthiest in the region, once owned the Jones family, of which the Kings are a part. Generations later, Mark Crady and T.L. King have been friends longer than either of them can remember. Once Mark falls in love with T.L.'s little sister, Shylah, he is unsure of how to proceed.
"Most pathetic book I've ever heard"
A gang of outlaws are robbing and murdering gold miners at the new gold strike camp in Cold Water Canyon. Will Cannon hopes it is the Blackman Gang commiting the crimes there. Blackman and his gang killed Will's family a few years ago in Virginia. Will Cannon swore an oath to find and kill Blackman and every member of his gang. Will rides the trail, alone once again, to put an end to the evil in Cold Water Canyon.
Eldon Hitchens is a young man from Illinois who travels to Tennessee to inform his father's family of his death. In Tennessee he kills a slave owner who is trying to steal a horse from him while he slept. He takes the man's slave, sixteen year old Rachel and they travel to Oregon Territory in a Conestoga wagon on the Oregon trail. They befriend several people along the way and are among the first to settle in the Willamette Valley.
"Boring and implausible."