When Mason Sampson decided to try and make a living in a gold rush town in the New Mexico Territory in 1888, he never expected to come face to face with the man who had murdered his parents in cold blood. There was certain to be a reckoning in Goldenburg.
Understanding the major Protestant Reforms can require a lot of study. And even so, it's hard to really get to the heart of the matter in finding out what are the creeds and confessions, why was there schism, by whom, in what year, what sacraments do they perform and what practices differ from other denominations. Protestant Reforms sets out to make this study simple and easy to understand. Each denomination is listed with basic facts about what they believe and how they came to be.
Montana Gold Fever is a story of greed, murder, betrayal, and redemption that takes place in modern times and is set in the tall peaks of western Montana and the Alaskan wilderness.
Hot on the trail of the outlaw Bad Bart Sterkin, Jericho Walls has chased the villain over half of Texas; now Sterkin has killed Dick York and kidnapped his daughter, Laura Belle. With the aid of Leroy Cord, York's Foreman, Walls chases Sterkin across the Red River into the Indian Territories of Oklahoma and back into Texas...
Red Meat played with rattlesnakes when he was a child. When he is grownup he plays with his squaws.
This book is a work of fiction that tells the story of the first gold strike in the Montana Territory along Willow Creek in 1862. The gold camp grew to over 10,000 people, and Bannack became the first capitol of the Territory of Montana. My story tells about the lives of the four gold miners that made the strike, and it recounts the many hardships endured by the men and women living in a gold camp in the high mountains.
Six men with varied and colorful backgrounds signed up for the adventure and after spending a week building a make-shift barrier across the mouth of a box canyon near Moab, the wranglers set out in search of wild mustangs. But after a shootout with Mexican bandits and a run in with starving Indians set on taking the horses for food, the men quickly discovered that rounding up wild horses would be the least of their challenges.
In the spring of 1889 a band of ex-convicts are preying on the remote ranchers and homesteaders along the Pecos River in west Texas. When the local law enforcement officials are unable to put an end to the string of horse thefts, rapes, and murders; two Texas Rangers are dispatched to the region to capture or dispose of the outlaws and put an end to the atrocities. The Rangers catch up to the outlaws, but during the ensuing shootout, one of the Rangers is wounded and Ranger Alvin Witherspoon turns to his old friend, Punch Masters, for help in bringing the bandits to justice.
Two years after Custer and 267 men from the Seventh Cavalry are killed at the Little Big Horn, a government survey party, mapping the remote Colorado backcountry, discovers that the inhabitants of a small mining camp have all been killed, scalped, and mutilated. Fearing that the massacre will trigger panic and widespread reprisals against the friendly Ute Indians, government officials cover up the massacre.
A daring plan to get rich leads one cowboy into the fight of his life. This is the new Western from B.D. Kennedy. When a cowboy is wronged.... He needs revenge. Jump on your horse, get your peacemaker ready and ride like the wind with Gunfighter's Revenge.
When you bring together a preacher, an outlaw, a teenage boy, and the Klan - you know trouble is bound to happen in the small Oklahoma town of Meeker. Add to that the mystery of who is a legendary gunfighter, and you have a rip-roaring Western in the classic tradition of Shane and The Sea of Grass.