Western

They Call Me Kelly <bR>By: Jimmy Overbee
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-541-3
Edition: Paperback, 149 Pages
Publication Date: April 2, 2014
In the Post-Civil War west, Mike Kelly, a veteran of the Union is pursued by the Barrister Brothers. Three confederates who seek his death for impregnating their seventeen year old sister during that conflict. Although the deed was consensual, Jake Barrister and his brothers will never accept that it was anything short of rape. To add insult to injury – for the Barristers – their sister Millicent died not long after giving birth to a son but lived long enough to insist that her child be name Michael, after his father.

With many twist and turns, “They Call Me Kelly”, the first in a series of three volumes, is not your typical western.
From Despair to Fortune <BR>The Hall Dynasty <BR>By: Cal Campbell
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-494-2
Edition: Paperback, 187 Pages
Publication Date: May 22, 2013
The book FROM DESPAIR TO FORTUNE - THE HALL DYNASTY was intended to be a historical novel that traces the Hall and Swango families from the mid-1800s until the end of World War II.

Although the main characters are fictional, the author has used the true names of notable individuals from that time period. Also, the events occurring in this time frame are factual.

The setting is the barren and wind-swept plains of northwest South Dakota and northern Wyoming. The hardships encountered by these early pioneers who took advantage of the Enlarged Homestead Act of 1909 is documented in detail.

With cattle as their main source of income, the harsh winters would mean that all of the ranches needed to thin their herds and ship most of the cattle to eastern markets in the fall.

In addition to the isolation and weather found in this part of the country, these early settlers had to deal with desperadoes and Indians.

It took the United States Cavalry to bring peace to this region of the country. Often, law abiding citizens who deputized sheriffs found that one or two lawmen could not control their towns.

The author brings to light far-sighted businessmen who believed in their endeavors to bring civilization to the West.

Among the many such men was Seth Bullock, the sheriff who controlled the town of Deadwood, South Dakota, after the shooting of Wild Bill Hickok. Mr. Bullock was also primarily responsible for establishing the town of Belle Fourche.
An Outlaw Called Kidd <BR>The Reality of Billy the Kid <BR>By: Zeke Castro
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-408-9
Edition: Paperback, 179 Pages
Publication Date: August 2, 2012
Other Editions: Hardcover
This book is a review of the life and times of the infamous outlaw known today as Billy the Kid, but in my book I call him Kidd. An explanation is in the book on why I chose Kidd, spelled with two ds. What makes my version of the Kidds life span different from others is that it includes views of history as seen by the Mexican people that knew him at the time; including my great-grandmother. My research indicates that the Kidd died in his nineties in the early 1950s; I have firsthand accounts of people that knew him at the time, including a story of a man who is still alive that met him in l949. Also included is an account of how Pat Garrett met his demise.

I show the connection between my great-grandmother and her husband and the Kidd. I also give an insight on the Lincoln County War correspondence between Fort Stanton and Fort Craig, and Santa Fe; and Colonel Dudleys exit from Lincoln when higher command shipped him out to Fort Union because of his involvement in the Alexander McSween debacle during the Lincoln County War. The historical value of this book, during the turbulent times in the Territory of New Mexico, will be appreciated by countless western history buffs.
Three Exciting New Stories <BR>By: Dalward J DeBruzzi
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-406-5
Edition: Paperback, 272 Pages
Publication Date: July 8, 2012
THREE EXCITING NEW STORIES is a collection of distinctive tales of the Old West. These stories are filled with exciting action, adventure and suspense. Each captivating story will provide a wonderfully entertaining reading experience.
5 New Western Stories <BR>By: Dalward J DeBruzzi
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-333-4
Edition: Paperback, 347 Pages
Publication Date: November 28, 2011
5 NEW WESTERN STORIES is a collection of stories in an Old West setting that are filled with action and adventure. This book is sure to entertain any fan of classic Western tales.
Staying Alive in Lampasas County <BR>By: Glenn A. Blake
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-349-5
Edition: Paperback, 189 Pages
Publication Date: November 21, 2011
What would entice you to risk everything, your very life and those of your wife and sons? Pink Higgins didnt know either but he did just that when he left his Georgia farm for a God-forsaken place in Texas called Lampasas County.

Staying Alive in Lampasas County follows this determined young man and his family on a treacherous journey by wagon train across the southeastern United States to the wild and cruel frontier of the mid-nineteenth century Texas. There we ride with him through horrifying Indian raids, skirmishes with heartless outlaws, exhausting trail drives, feuds with neighbors, tender moments with a proud but loving wife and the challenges of raising two sons under the harshest of conditions. With grit and determination he took on everything this cruel land and mean people could offer and he bested them all.

In a land where there was no law, he lived by the rules of decency and common sense and expected others to do the same, often with the aid of his Winchester rifle.

Loved by those dear to him, revered by many and feared by many more, Pink Higgins carved his name into the history of central Texas and became the leading character in one of the most remarkable and violent events ever to occur there.

Every reader of western adventure novels and every western history buff wants to read about this sort of man. For everyone raised in the West, this man brings someone familiar to mind and everyone who has ever dreamed about overcoming monumental odds to reach a goal in life wants to be like this remarkable man. The history of central Texas would be incomplete without the mention of Pink Higgins.
Silver Creek <BR>By: Lu Raldiris
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-177-4
Edition: Paperback, 126 Pages
Publication Date: May 27, 2010
There is unexpected action-packed adventure when Dan Leavell, a young gunsmith from 1877 Laredo, Texas, sells his business and travels to Arizona. With only the proceeds from his gunsmith store, he searches for his parents and the mystery of a map he has received. He meets a colorful character that helps him unravel the secret of the map, the whereabouts of his parents, and an inheritance that he is willing to share. He befriends two sheriffs and helps one who loses his deputy in a cowboy wild run of the town. He rescues a man and sister both courageous and handy with guns that back him throughout his search. He meets Nellie, the saloonkeeper in his mothers absence, and their relationship quickly blossoms into a lasting romance.
Shadows <BR>By: Helen M. Ide
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-860-9
Edition: Paperback, 361 Pages
Publication Date: June 26, 2008
When the passion for his job and the passion for his wife conflict a young man must make his choice...should he answer the call of duty or follow his heart?
Powder River Vengeance <br>By: Rex Harvey
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ISBN: 1-59824-285-7
Edition: Paperback, 195 Pages
Publication Date: September 15, 2006
Powder River Vengeance is a mixture of a love story along with violence, gun play, hangings and key historical information about the real West. After a brutal murder, the victims brother begins the long, hard ride of vengeance. Powder River Vengeance is a fast paced, straight forward novel that pulls no punches a real page turner.
Cowboy Bill <br>By: Ron Somers
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ISBN: 1-59824-293-8
Edition: Paperback, 245 Pages
Publication Date: July 28, 2006
Id never met a man; other than my father, that molded my life, at such a young age. The stories that Bill told us kids; are still vivid in my memories. They were stories of honest men, doing an honest days work. God help the person who interfered or tried to steal their livelihood. For they were men of law and respect.

Sure, our parents told us that the stories Cowboy Bill told us were lies, but we didnt care. He took one summer of our lives and showed us what it was like to be a cowboy; to live in the old frontier. He told us things Ill never forget. And Ill never forget him or that summer.

Each time I look at the stars at night, Im reminded of him.