The Bounty Hunters by William L. Hopson

The Bounty Hunters – Charley Cogin had plans for the murderer of his sister—plans which included an ant hill, a burning sun, and the privilege of watching an enemy die inch by inch! The rest just think there’s a bounty on Wallace’s head and their greed blinds them to the Mexican bandits and the Apaches they are sure to face.


My Flesh is Sweet by Day Keene

My Flesh is Sweet – On the run in Mexico from the accidental killing of a drunken Mexican general, Ad Conners and Eleana Hayes must somehow make it back across the border to confront a decades-old secret that could destroy them both.


Texicans by Frank Bonham

Texicans – Two novelettes of what men will go through to protect who and what they love. Men who don’t want to be kings but want to be free to live their lives as honest men.


Citadel of Fear by Francis Stevens

Citadel of Fear – Two men explore in Mexico for gold. One is thankful to leave with his life. The other, left behind to die, finds evil incarnate— Aztec hounds turned loose on the modern world.


South To Chihuahua by William L. Hopson

South To Chihuahua is historical fiction of Pancho Villa and the Mexican Revolution. Mexico had become a hotbed of action, and when these men marched south things began to pop that would make history. This was war. This was Revolucion!


Lost City of Desert Death by Harry F. Olmsted

Lost City of Desert Death – Out of the trackless Mexican desert rose the Fuente Grande temple of Aztec doom, built on the side of a mountain of gold. To this last lost stronghold of a vanished race, Arch Courier led his tenderfoot caravan- to learn why no white man, or woman, had ever left Fuente Grande alive!