A double-crossing partner that abandons a man to the wolves; gamblers playing poker with a woman and a ranch as the stakes; an outlaw and the sheriff that put him away thirty years before, band together to rid a town of corruption. These are some of the stories in Gunsmoke Years.
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.
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.
Outcast’s Doom Patrol – Hired guns and paid juries ruled the Twin Buttes range. They railroaded Buck Comstock to twenty-five years of prison hell. But he had three death-sealed debts to pay before the cell door clanged shut behind him.
Five Western stories by Ernest Haycox including Stage to Lordsburg, made into the classic Western film Stagecoach directed by John Ford. This film starred Clare Trevor and introduced John Wayne in his first leading role.
Three stories of the Old West by Ernest Haycox, featuring cattle rustlers, Indian raids, gunfights and a love of independence.
Breed of the Frontier (1932)
The Revenge Of Florida Jack (1928)
Night Raid (1929)
And A Gun – three Western stories of ambushes, gamblers and gunfights by Robert Moore Williams.
It’s a difficult thing to stand by while your ranch is being burned to the ground. When this happens you need faith, friends—and a gun.
Raiders of Rifle Rock – Below the Pecos Ridge, a Fair Valley Becomes a Shambles When Two Outfits Wage a Desperate Feud—Until Wayne Morgan, the Masked Rider, Rides into Action to Make Peace with Grim Gun Logic!