Monthly Archive: April 2019

Apr 16

“Slaughter At Buzzard’s Gulch: Caz: Vigilante Hunter” From Scott Harris Will Soon Be Available As An Audiobook!

“Caz is a hero’s hero! He does what he has to, never shirking his duties, which are mainly blasting bad guys and saving damsels in distress.” – Kindle Reviewer Coming soon! From Scott Harris! With gun in hand—Caz blasts his way through the bad guys to bring peace and justice to the Old West! Caz is …

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Apr 12

Now On Pre-Order From C. Emerson Law! “A Classic Western: 12 Gauge Justice: A Western Adventure”

Cody Jenkins was mad. Killing mad! He had always been a peaceable man. He’d never killed a man, and the only fights he’d been in had been with his fists, and most of those, he hadn’t started. All he wanted to do was bust broncs and be left alone. He had never been good with …

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Apr 10

Paul L. Thompson Scores The Number One Hot New Release With His New Western “The Widow Martha Camden”

    Six riders had come up as she and Dan walked out on the porch after eating a wonderful supper. With guns in hand one man hollered, “Yore two weeks is up Camden!” Dan had been shot dead and she lay still in a pool of her own blood. The children, Neil and baby …

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Apr 09

“A Classic Western: United States Marshal Morgan Porter” Available Now From William H. Joiner, Jr.!

A lawless land. Criminals running wild. Murder is rampant. One man can solve the problems facing the Old West. That man is United States Marshal Morgan Porter. The name Morgan Porter is famous in the Texas lore of the Old West. The saga of his exploits as a U.S. Marshal are legendary. Morgan Porter and …

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Apr 04

The Magic of Mike Hundley and His Transformation Into a Top Western Bestseller

Sometimes talent comes along that doesn’t become a hit straight away. Take Mike Hundley, for example, a truly exciting writer who has written four Westerns we knew readers would enjoy. We just knew readers would go ga-ga for Hundley. He has this way of writing with a personal touch you don’t find too often. However, …

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