.45 Fever – Five stories about taming the Wild West. From gunhawk outfits masquerading as cattle ranchers to greedy men inducing Indian attacks on stagecoaches, the West was wild and violent. And needed taming.
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.
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.
The Dead-Line – Hashknife Hartley and Sleepy Stevens are accidentally caught in the middle when a range war develops between cattlemen and shepherds.
Vaquero Guns – Jim Hatfield of the Rangers Fights a Sidewinder Who Plans to Ruin a Vast Empire of the Old Southwest
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.
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.
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!
Tombstones For Tejanos and Other Stories by Harry F. Olmsted
Four Western stories of blood feuds, cattle rustlers, murder, revenge and faith by Harry F. Olmsted (1889-1970).