Skeeter Bill is a horse-thief. An honest one, but a horse-thief, nonetheless. He and his pardner, an old, washed up, drunken Judge, somehow manage to clean up a mining town run by outlaws.
Bonanza: A Story of the Gold Trail – The story of the gold and silver rushes in Nevada are told through the characters of two pairs of brothers and a pair of sisters. Honor and greed are the backdrops for love and murder in this novel of the West.
Spurs – Four Western stories by Walker A. Tompkins. In the Middle Ages, a knight who had “won his spurs” had attained knighthood by performing an act of bravery.
Hopalong Cassidy – The scheme was simple: start a range war between two outfits and rustle their cattle while they were otherwise occupied. And it would have succeeded with any other outfit than the Bar-20.
Renegade Payoff and Other Stories – Four Western tales by Ed Earl Repp.
No Man Hears – Three Novelettes – Honor and loyalty among fighting men, white and black, in the French colonies of Africa.
The Last Half Mile and Other Stories – New settlers plus gamblers and outlaws make for some dangerous situations and only men who can defend themselves and their families will survive.
Desert Rendezvous – two stories of men and women of the West, coming together to take on thieves, hijackers and murderers.
Thundering Herds and Other Stories – Three novelettes by Walt Coburn about gamblers, cattle rustlers and debts long owed and finally repaid.