Tag Archives: Westerns

Featured western books including historical, biographical, coming of age, family sagas, small town, rural and fiction books!

Saloons at Sunset (The Chronicles of Elmer Capshaw Book 1)

Saloons at Sunset The Chronicles of Elmer Capshaw Book 1In the West nearly all the men could shoot whether they were a farmer, a banker, a lawyer or a butcher.

Elmer was none of these he was a street tough a brawler and an investigator that uncovered injustice and fought for what is right. Sometimes justice had to work outside of the law and that is just what Elmer was, he was Outside Justice.

Amazon Reviews:

A true western story! Any one that likes western stories has to love this down to earth tale. Continue reading

Trouble in Lodestone: A Daniel Marlboro Western

Trouble in LodestonePinkertons never sleep, at least that’s the motto. Daniel Marlboro returns to the Chicago Headquarters of the Pinkerton Detective Agency only to find that his jealous boss is incensed at his performance on his latest deployment.

As punishment, Daniel is saddled with a greenhorn at his side—and a remote job in the rough and tumble mining town of Lodestone, Colorado. Continue reading

Where the Wild Horses Roam (Wild Horse Westerns)

Where the Wild Horses RoamFrom the author of the bestselling Gideon Johann Western Series comes the new western Where The Wild Horses Roam.

Caleb Berg is wanted by the law in Tennessee. The young widower is forced to leave behind his parents and sister to start a new life in the wide-open west. His adventures along the trail lead him to a horse ranch in the Wyoming Territory.

After Indians killed her daddy, Caroline Langley took over her family’s horse ranch. The young woman, bitter from the loss of her father and her divorce from her unfaithful husband, has her hands full after a cattle rancher is determined to rid the open range of the mustangs. Continue reading

Gus

GusWhen aging cowboy Gus Matthews gets fired from Rocking-C ranch for laying out the mean-spirited, know-nothing foreman, he heads north for Oklahoma, where he finds work with the Aronsons, an elderly couple whose ranch has seen better days.

What should be easy work for kindly employers quickly turns sour when Gus discovers that the neighboring Slash-M ranch have been rustling the Aronsons’ cattle. Even worse, Gus becomes the corrupt sheriff’s main suspect in a string of violent crimes plaguing the county. Continue reading