Two Indians and a Dead Man

By C. Forrest Lundin

Two Indians and a Dead Man by C. Forrest Lundin is the story of a man from New Orleans who was looking for a fresh start but got himself into a situation that he couldn’t get out of. James Robertson was tired of the alienation...

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The Whip - AudioBook – Unabridged

A novel inspired by the story of Charley Parkhurst
By Karen Kondazian

It is amazing how visually stimulating the audio presentation of a book can be, especially a book as evocative and superbly written as The Whip by Karen Kondazian when professionally narrated by the skillful and impressive Robin Weigert. Of course, the story carries most of...

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The Secret of El Salto

By Harvey Goodman

The Secret of El Salto is a compelling western novel penned by author Harvey Goodman and set in the middle of the nineteenth century. Filled with adventure, suspense, and intense thrills, the unique selling point of this western is its feisty female heroine, Estella. When...

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The DeVine Devils

By Jeremy Spillman

The DeVine Devils by Jeremy Spillman is a historical Western novel about two young men, Audie and Shane DeVine. Set in the late 1860s in Verde Valley, Azariah DeVine, an evangelical preacher, takes his two sons with him to the Indian territory. Their mother...

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The Girl Who Loved Cayo Bradley

By Nina Romano

The Girl Who Loved Cayo Bradley by Nina Romano is a western tale with hints of romance, set against the interesting backdrop of Native American culture. Cayo Bradley is a cowboy from a nearby ranch, a wild young man with a painful past linked to...

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The McCoys Before The Feud

The McCoys Before The Feud Series Vol.1
By Thomas A. McCoy

The McCoys Before the Feud is the first entry in The McCoys Before the Feud Series by Thomas A. McCoy, a historical western tale packed with action. It begins in the last few days of the Civil War when everyone knew that the South had...

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The Cattle Driver

By Ryan Uytdewilligen

The Cattle Driver by Ryan Uytdewilligen tells us the story of an old cowboy, Ken Dalgliesh. Ken has made his fortune on the vast open lands of Texas and no longer needs to ride the range herding cattle. His children, now adults, all live in...

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The Bastard Boys of Montezuma

By Jaromy Henry

For an entertaining and imaginative look at the Old West in 1896, you can't go wrong with The Bastard Boys of Montezuma. Author Jaromy Henry introduces us to Cash Holliday and Marshall Earp, the illegitimate sons of "Doc" Holliday and Wyatt Earp. The two are...

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Trupenny

A tale of Western redemption and Biracial Romance on the Plains
By Al Marsiglia

Trupenny: A Tale of Western Redemption and Biracial Romance on the Plains by Al Marsiglia is a captivating Western story that deftly explores the full depth of the resonant themes — biracial romance, race murders, and white supremacy. Russ Trupenny, the Sheriff, is fired by...

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Tender Touch

Western Historical Romance
By Charlene Raddon

Life was tough for the early settlers who followed wagon tracks across the country to start a new life in Oregon. Diseases like cholera plagued their every move. Other dangers waited for them at every turn. Add to that the struggles some women faced with...

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