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 – 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 – 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.
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.
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.
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.
Thundering Herds and Other Stories – Three novelettes by Walt Coburn about gamblers, cattle rustlers and debts long owed and finally repaid.
Trail Of The Blue Snake – Wayne Morgan, the Masked Rider Braves Coiling Death as He Rides to the Rescue of Oppressed Ranchers!
Good Men and Bad men, cheating, gambling, murder and honor or the lack of it, in the old West.
Outlaw Brand – Three Western stories about vengeance, kidnapping, ambush and the greed for gold by Harry F. Olmsted.
The Iron Fist – The sheriff was too old to keep the lid on a town as rough as Paydirt, and the marshal was too shady to trust, so the Lone Wolf drew the hot spot.