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Bad Deal in Buckskin

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Editor: Robert Hale Ltd
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Two unemployed wranglers are given a gold nugget for helping an old prospector named Huggy Johnson, whose wagon broke down. Alamo Todd Heffridge and his partner Kid Streater unwittingly sell the nugget to an unscrupulous assay agent in the Arizona town of Buckskin. When Huggy is shot dead over a map which pin-points the location of the infamous Lost Dutchman Mine, the two wranglers are accused of the crime and arrested. Can they escape from jail and find the real killers? Their fate lies in the hands of a saloon madame called Galloping Jane who is sweet on the Kid. But all does not go according to plan.... Bullets are sure to fly and blood sure to spill before the Dutchman’s long lost secret is revealed.

Bad Blood

Bad Blood Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Ethan Flagg
Editor: Robert Hale Ltd
ISBN: 0719826381
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The bond between wandering cowboys Buck Medwell and his younger brother Skip has always been fractious. So when Buck is forced to bust his kin out of jail following their pay-off at the end of a cattle drive to Newton, Kansas, the writing is on the wall. Their flight from the law into neighbouring Colorado leads to a split when bad blood finally spills over. But fate has a habit of playing a wily hand, resulting in the pair unexpectedly being thrown together once again. When Skip finds his life on the line, his brother needs to exert all his ingenuity to save the kid from the unscrupulous hands of arch schemer Diamond Jack Deakin.

Send for the Bad Guy

Send for the Bad Guy Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Ethan Flagg
Editor: Robert Hale Ltd
ISBN: 0719821487
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A gang of notorious outlaws led by Cain Vender is causing mayhem in Sweetwater County. Their depredations are threatening to overrun the whole of Wyoming. Special agent Drew Henry is reluctant to come out of retirement until he learns that his brother has been killed by the gang. Working undercover as a bar tender, Cole effectively stymied the gang's attempt to rob a bank in a neighbouring county. But he paid the ultimate price for his success. Drew adopts the persona of a deceased train robber to infiltrate the gang. But a conflict of interest in the delectable form of Ruth Vender threatens to overshadow his subterfuge. Will he have the strength of will to carry through the guile needed to defeat the outlaws?

Bleak Winds of Destiny

Bleak Winds of Destiny Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Dale Graham
Editor: Robert Hale Ltd
ISBN: 0719828856
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The Rebel Raiders are heading for New Mexico territory to rob the bank in Tucumcari. Major Deke Hogan, a Civil War guerrilla fighter, heads the contingent. The proceeds of the attack are intended to support the Confederacy in a last ditch effort to regain the initiative. But destiny has played a mean trick when Hogan discovers that the surrender had been signed by General Lee three weeks previously. From being a legitimate fighting force, the Raiders have become nothing more than common outlaws. Their escape does not pass unchallenged. And further trouble erupts between surviving gang members as to how the loot should be distributed. Hogan wants to use it for regenerating of the decimated South; whereas a hot-headed tearaway called Dusty Blue figures they should split the take among themselves. What happens when tempers flare and bullets fly could never have been foreseen by any of the participants.

Gunman's Pledge

Gunman's Pledge Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Ethan Flagg
Editor: Robert Hale Ltd
ISBN: 0719829593
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Infamous gunslinger Wes Longbaugh is heading for his next job in Utah when he comes across a traveller cast afoot in Nevada's arid Humboldt Sink. Never one to turn the other cheek when help is needed, Wes intercepts the staggering loner. It turns out that Mace Farlow was the sole outlaw to survive a stagecoach robbery that had gone badly awry. All the other robbers had been gunned down due to the treachery of a turncoat. Mace tags along with his saviour but is determined to track the double-crosser down. Fate, however, takes a hand when trouble in the next town leads to flight and a stand off in a lonely canyon where Mace is killed. Before he dies, the aging outlaw makes his young sidekick promise to abandon the precarious life of a gunslinger. But this is far harder to achieve than Wes could ever have imagined.

Cast a Dark Shadow

Cast a Dark Shadow Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Ethan Flagg
Editor: Robert Hale Ltd
ISBN: 0719827957
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Acclaimed army scout Wink Jefford finds himself put on trial for helping a captured Apache brave to escape from Fort Defiance in New Mexico. Forced to leave in disgrace, Wink is hired to guide some settlers to the town of Tularosa, but they are attacked by Apaches led by Mangus Voya who is intent on driving the hated invaders from his lands. Wink tries parleying with the Indians but is staked out. The wife of Mangus helps him to escape for saving her son, Shinto. On reaching Tularosa he is accused of cowardice for abandoning his duty allowing the Indians to massacre the settlers. Wink is jailed by Sheriff Troy Vickery for his own safety. Shinto helps him to escape a lynching and reveals that the settlers were betrayed by a white man. Tracking down the culprit enables Wink to uncover the startling reason behind the treachery.

Vigilante Law

Vigilante Law Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Dale Graham
Editor: Robert Hale Ltd
ISBN: 0719827477
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Having escaped from a firing squad at the hands of the Mexican federales, Blue Creek Ben Chisum flees across the border into Texas. He is soon cast afoot when his horse breaks a leg. After wandering alone for a week he stumbles across a hanging and rescues a homesteader from ruthless vigilantes. The grateful man then offers him a half share in his prosperous farming business. But Ben is loath to become involved in a range war. He only accepts the offer after learning that his old partner, Squint Rizzo, has been hired by Web Steiger, the leader of the vigilantes. It was Rizzo who betrayed him to the Mexican authorities. But how can one man defeat a ruthless gang of land grabbers? With the help of an old pal and a ham-fisted brawler, Blue Creek sets out to prove that his reputation for fighting on the side of justice has been well earned.

Reluctant Tin Star

Reluctant Tin Star Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Dale Graham
Editor: Robert Hale Ltd
ISBN: 0719822017
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When Marshal Troy Garrison is forced to leave the Colorado town of Aguilar under a cloud, he figured he was done with the law for good. Shamed and humiliated through no fault of his own he heads south into New Mexico. A meeting with an itinerant gambler finds the unlikely travelling companions in Cimarron. A series of unsavoury incidents culminating in Troy's rescue of a damsel in distress find him reluctantly pinning on the tin star once again. An unscrupulous gang of rustlers is terrorizing the area. And Troy is forced to choose between the girl of his dreams and upholding the law when her brother becomes involved with the gang. Unfortunately, a man's past has a habit catching him unawares. The havocthis causes will need all of the reluctant tin star's daring and ingenuity to overcome.

Cross of Iron

Cross of Iron Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Ethan Flagg
Editor: Robert Hale Ltd
ISBN: 0719822114
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It was the shooting of an innocent bystander that forced Iron Matt Devlin to give up his profession as a bounty hunter. The harrowing occurrence led to him taking up the bible and becoming a preacher serving the Arizona town of Firewall. All went well until a gang of robbers led by the infamous Jack Patch took shelter in the church during a storm. They left having despoiled the house of God and its representative. Far worse was the killing of Matt's wife, which forced him to once again take the path of violence to exact retribution for those who had sinned against man and his Maker. An old rival of Matt's is also on the trail of the Patch Gang for mercenary reasons of his own. A confrontation between good and evil is inevitable. But who will emerge the victor?

Wichita Town Tamer

Wichita Town Tamer Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Dale Graham
Editor: Robert Hale Ltd
ISBN: 0719821894
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The good citizens of Wichita, Kansas, are desperate to appointed a lawman who can control the wild Texas cowboys fresh off the trail and eager to have fun. Far more serious, however, are the plans of certain crooked plotters who want to take over the town for their own ends. Bear River Cal Bonner has earned an enviable reputation as a town tamer and soon brings peace to the cow town. But his enemies in the form of saloon boss Cody Meek and impresario Perry Blaine are determined that the slogan 'Anything Goes' will be resurrected. They bring in a hired gunman to challenge the town marshal. The showdown that follows goes badly wrong for Cal who is left for dead. Will the town once again fall into the hands of the unscrupulous bad hats?

Hellbound for Spindriff

Hellbound for Spindriff Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Dale Graham
Editor: Robert Hale Ltd
ISBN: 0719824982
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When outlaw Denny Blake betrayed the Arizona Raiders during a bank robbery in the town of Spindriff, he little realized the storm he would unleash. Sentenced to twenty years in Arizona's notorious Yuma prison, gang leader Smokin' Joe McCabe has vowed to kill Blake and burn the town to the ground, renaming it Hellfire. Escaping after only two years, McCabe amasses a new gang and heads for Spindriff. On the trail he encounters another prodigal who has run foul of the town's spineless officials. Red Spot Rick Norton has his own reasons for seeking vengeance and refuses to join up with McCabe. A clash between right and wrong is inevitable. But who will emerge victorious? Harsh accusations and hot lead will fly thick and fast before the final showdown.

Lonely is the Hunter

Lonely is the Hunter Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Dale Graham
Editor: Robert Hale Ltd
ISBN: 0719821428
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Outlaw Caleb Ollinger has no idea how much outrage he will stir after stopping off in the New Mexico town of Carrizozo. A few drinks and a game of poker suddenly turn into a double killing – the gambler who has been caught cheating matters little – but an innocent boy plowed down by Ollinger was the son of New Mexico’s territorial governor. Bounty hunter Chance Newcombe is hired to bring the killer in, but the loner has an ulterior motive. Chance attempts to lure Caleb’s brother, Pake, into the picture, under the pretense that they will be rescuing the wayward kid. Chance comes across an old comrade at a relay station is also after Caleb, so as to secure an amnesty granted by the governor which wipes out his past crimes. Bullets are bound to fly when the disparate protagonists finally meet up at the Hanging Tree.

Robert B. Parker's Buckskin

Robert B. Parker's Buckskin Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Robert Knott
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 0735218285
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Lawmen Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch must prevent all-out war between rival factions in the latest adventure in the New York Times-bestselling series. When gold is discovered in the foothills just outside of Appaloosa, it sets off a fight between two shrewd local business operations as their hired gun hands square off over the claim. First a young miner disappears, then another. And then one of the businessmen himself is killed, right on his front doorstep. Meanwhile, as Cole and Hitch try to put a stop to the escalating violence, another killer is making his way toward town in pursuit of a long-lost dream, and a mission of vengeance. Cole and Hitch will have their work cut out for them to keep the peace, especially when all these ruffians converge at the huge Appaloosa Days festival, where hundreds of innocent souls might get caught in the crossfire . . .

"Born in a Mighty Bad Land"

Author: Jerry H. Bryant
Editor: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 9780253109897
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The figure of the violent man in the African American imagination has a long history. He can be found in 19th-century bad man ballads like "Stagolee" and "John Hardy," as well as in the black convict recitations that influenced "gangsta" rap. "Born in a Mighty Bad Land" connects this figure with similar characters in African American fiction. Many writers -- McKay and Hurston in the Harlem Renaissance; Wright, Baldwin, and Ellison in the '40s and '50s; Himes in the '50s and '60s -- saw the "bad nigger" as an archetypal figure in the black imagination and psyche. "Blaxploitation" novels in the '70s made him a virtually mythical character. More recently, Mosley, Wideman, and Morrison have presented him as ghetto philosopher and cultural adventurer. Behind the folklore and fiction, many theories have been proposed to explain the source of the bad man's intra-racial violence. Jerry H. Bryant explores all of these elements in a wide-ranging and illuminating look at one of the most misunderstood figures in African American culture.

Katie Gale

Katie Gale Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Llyn De Danaan
Editor: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 1496209389
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A gravestone, a mention in local archives, stories still handed down around Oyster Bay: the outline of a woman begins to emerge and with her the world she inhabited, so rich in tradition and shaken by violent change. Katie Kettle Gale was born into a Salish community in Puget Sound in the 1850s, just as settlers were migrating into what would become Washington State. With her people forced out of their traditional hunting and fishing grounds into ill-provisioned island camps and reservations, Katie Gale sought her fortune in Oyster Bay. In that early outpost of multiculturalism--where Native Americans and immigrants from the eastern United States, Europe, and Asia vied for economic, social, political, and legal power--a woman like Gale could make her way. As LLyn De Danaan mines the historical record, we begin to see Gale, a strong-willed Native woman who cofounded a successful oyster business, then won the legal rights from her Euro-American husband, a man with whom she had raised children but who ultimately made her life unbearable. Steeped in sadness--with a lost home and a broken marriage, children dying in their teens, and tuberculosis claiming her at forty-three--Katie Gale's story is also one of remarkable pluck, a tale of hard work and ingenuity, gritty initiative and bad luck that is, ultimately, essentially American.

Slocum 231: Blood in Kansas

Slocum 231: Blood in Kansas Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Jake Logan
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 1101179341
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Slocum's on the hunt for a two-bit theif—and he's makin' him pay! The pretty young Pearl and her beau Cutface sneak in while Slocum's asleep—and rob him blind. Now Slocum's hot on their trail—and he's makin' Cutface pay his interest in blood!

Told in the Hills

Told in the Hills Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Marah Ellis Ryan
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1633554333
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The heroine Rachel Hardy finds herself in Northwestern Montana indian territory. The brothers Jack and Charles continue their blood feud. All this while indigenous Kutenai fight it out with the United States Cavalry.

Here You Have My Story

Here You Have My Story Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Richard E. Jensen
Editor: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 080322687X
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Here You Have My Story vividly describes life on the early Plains in the words of those who came to settle in the rugged region. Originally published by the Nebraska State Historical Society between 1885 and 1919, these stories provide surprisingly accurate recollections of events and life on the Great Plains, with a focus on Nebraska. Many are filled with interactions with Native Americans, from Samuel Allis’s experiences as a missionary to the Pawnees, to Henry Fontenelle’s history of the Omaha Indians, to an account of the Powder River Expedition. Early freighters and cattle drovers share their personal experiences, including the dangers and difficulties of travel, and Nebraska’s state-builders describe the early days of Omaha and the construction of the first state capitol building in Lincoln. Here You Have My Story, edited by Richard E. Jensen, brings to life the struggles and triumphs of early Plains settlement and a time when Nebraska was young.

Buckskin, Bloomers, and Me

Buckskin, Bloomers, and Me Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Johnny D. Boggs
Editor: Blackstone Publishing
ISBN: 1982595124
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Buckskin, Bloomers, and Me by Johnny D. Boggs Summary

What’s a sixteen-year-old boy to do when he learns that his stepmother and a local judge have murdered his father and now plan to kill him, too? Well, when it’s 1906, and you can play pretty good second base, you join a barnstorming baseball team making its way across Kansas. It also helps that the team is the Kansas City National Bloomer Girls. After all, who’d look for a runaway boy disguised as a girl on a women’s team that competes against town-ball teams of male players? Of course, it’ll take more than long hair, a Spalding glove, and a quick bat to stay alive. Luckily, another Bloomer Girl, Buckskin Compton, alias Dolly Madison, is on the dodge after some shootings and beatings in Wyoming—and he takes the kid under his tutelage. Staying alive won’t prove easy for either of the reluctant female impersonators as they deal with a budding romance, hitting slumps, a crooked manager, bean balls, drunken teammates, bank robbers, lousy umpires, a revolution for women’s rights, and a rapidly changing Western frontier. Baseball isn’t always fun and games—especially when one bad play might leave the both of you cut from the Bloomer Girls ... or just plain dead. In a novel very loosely based on fact (Bloomer Girls teams of mostly women players did barnstorm across the country in the early 1900s), eight-time Spur Award winner Johnny D. Boggs blends America’s pastime with the American frontier. This episodic, tongue-in-cheek adventure showcases what made, and still makes, America and the Wild, Wild West great: Strong heroes. Stronger women. And a good, clean game.

Down in Bristol Bay

Down in Bristol Bay Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Bob Durr
Editor: Macmillan
ISBN: 1429973277
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Dr. Robert Allen Durr - literary scholar, award-winning author, former confidant to legendary writer H. L. Mencken, and one-time rising star in the East Coast academic world - decided one day to give it all up and move to a remote region of Alaska in search of paradise. Convinced that truth, beauty, and goodness could still be found in the wild, Durr bought a boat and journeyed to Bristol Bay in hopes of becoming a commercial salmon fisherman and earning a living. Catapulting the reader into this last frontier and onto a sea of storms and dangers, madcap bars and drinking parties, amid the camaraderie of some rugged Alaskans, mostly native fishermen known as D Inn Crowd, Down in Bristol Bay chronicles a hard life, but not without songs and ballads, misadventures and follies, occasionally of burlesque proportions, on land as well as at sea. Combining elements of Krakaur's Into the Wild, Matthiessen's The Snow Leopard, Junger's The Perfect Storm, McPhee's Coming Into the Country, and even Tom Wolfe's The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test, Down in Bristol Bay is a powerful and raucous memoir of a man who abandoned the safe world of academia for the Alaskan wilderness to find his own kind of primal sanity.