The Cherokee Kid

By David E. Tienter

The Cherokee Kid is a western by David E. Tienter. Outlaw Dan Pinkney, known as The Cherokee Kid, is accused of robbery and tries to evade Sheriff Steel’s posse chasing him. He finds refuge at Anne Hilderbrandt’s ranch in Deadwood and feels duty bound to...

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The Nettle Tree

By Kenneth Weene and Clayton Bye

The Nettle Tree is an anthology of Western-inspired short stories edited by Kenneth Weene and Clayton Clifford Bye. The authors were presented with a challenge: create an original and different Western-themed story in 3,000 words of less. Thirteen writers' efforts are showcased in this volume,...

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The Bloodline

The Friessens Book 2
By Lorhainne Eckhart

The Bloodline (The Friessens Book 2) is a powerful family story, with a heartwarming romance between a strong male lead and a woman who he rescued once (and seems to feel needs constant rescuing and protection). Andy married Laura, a former maid at his family's...

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The Women of Crooked Creek

A Western Short Story Collection
By MK McClintock

The Women of Crooked Creek: A Western Short Story Collection by MK McClintock offers a new way of telling stories about the Old West - Crooked Creek, Montana Territory in this case. Each short story builds upon the one before it or sets the stage...

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Twisted Trails

A Collection of 18 Western Short Stories Each With a “Twist”
By James J Huble

“You never know what may prevail around each bend of a Twisted Trail” - James Huble. An apt quote for the author’s book, Twisted Trails: A Collection of 18 Western Short Stories, Each With a “Twist.” In Rio del Oro - “You swim in river,...

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Treasure Hunt in Tie Town

By Vicky J. Rose

Dud Washburn has reached that point in life where each day is the same as the one that came before it. Between cattle drives and womanizing, Washburn just doesn't see much of a future. However, when a chance find of an old map suggests treasure,...

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They Rode Together

The Landon Saga, Book 7
By Tell Cotten

They Rode Together: The Landon Saga, Book 7 is a historical western written by Tell Cotten. Sheriff Rondo Landon is losing his position in Empty-lake in light of his friendship with Lee Mattingly and failure to apprehend the gunfighter after his and Brian Clark's killing...

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The Dumont Brand

Two Brothers; Two Stories
By Kathleen Rice Adams

The Dumont Brand by Kathleen Rice Adams combines two short stories about the Collier family of Texas before and after the Civil War. In The Big Uneasy, Patriarch Edson Collier has arranged a marriage between his eldest son, Bennett, and Josephine Lapierre, a southern belle...

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The Second-Best Ranger in Texas

By Kathleen Rice Adams

The Second-Best Ranger in Texas by Kathleen Rice Adams is a short historical romance about Texas Ranger, Quinn Barclay. His friend and partner was murdered in a grotesque fashion, and we meet Barclay in a saloon, drowning his sorrows in booze and women. He is...

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To The Gallows

The Legend of Cole Winters, Book 1
By G.S. Luckett

An African-American cowboy and U.S. Marshal in Indian territory, Cole Winter accepts a commission to bring in Joseph Two Guns, his own brother. So begins the story in To the Gallows by author G.S. Luckett. Cole knows that Joseph is not guilty of the crime...

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