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In the bloody aftermath of a wagon ambush, a suspect flees, a woman disappears, and a mountain man searches for truth, justice, and revenge. They call him Preacher . . .
JOHNSTONE COUNTRY. STOP BY AND SAY HOWDY.
Preacher is no hired killer. When a wagon train is brutally ambushed on the Sante Fe Trail though, he can’t say no to the St. Louis businessman willing to pay him for justice. It’s not the stolen gold that’s convinced Preacher to take the job And it’s not the missing body of one of the wagon train’s crew, a prime suspect who may have plotted the ambush and taken off with the gold. No, it’s the suspect’s lovely fiance, Alita Montez. She believes her boyfriend is innocent—and has run off to find him. Preacher can’t abide the idea of a young woman alone on the Sante Fe Trail. If the Comanche don’t get her, the coyotes will. And Preacher can’t have that.
But to save the girl and get the gold, the legendary mountain man will have to forge a path that’s as twisted as a nest of rattlers, face off with trigger-happy kidnappers, backstabbers, and bounty-hunters—and match wits with Styles Mallory, the biggest baddest frontiersman of them all . . .
Live Free. Read Hard.
A Quiet, Little Town
JOHNSTONE COUNTRY. ONE WILD RIDE.
Stagecoach guard Red Ryan has managed to survive every dirty, danger-filled trail in Texas. But this time, the journey is hell on four wheels. And the next stop could be his last . . .
BIG TROUBLE IN A SMALL TOWN
It starts with an unusual request: “On this trip there will be no cussing, no drinking, no gambling, and no loose women.” No problem. Or so Red Ryan thinks—until he meets the passengers. They include four holy and silent monks, one beautiful lady tutor, and a drunken, washed-up gunfighter. Even worse, they’re crossing the wild Texas hill country where bloodthirsty Apaches are on the loose and a mad-dog killer is on the prowl. But that can’t compare to what’s waiting for them at Fredericksburg. In this quiet little town, every man, woman, and monk will reveal their true colors. Green for greed. Yellow for cowardice. Black for pure unadulterated evil. Which leaves Red—gunning for his life . . .
Live Free. Read Hard.
Trailsman 204: The Leavenworth Express: The Leavenworth Express
Skye Fargo swaps hot lead for cool Kansas gold...
While Skye Fargo rides shotgun on the first stage run for the Leavenworth and Pike's Peak Express Company, a gang of outlaws bushwacks the coach, stealing a big payroll. Determined to make good on the botched job, The Trailsman sets out to track down the outlaws—accompanied by a frisky saloon gal—all the while suspecting a fellow employee of pulling an inside job. With enemies everywhere, Fargo must rely on his only trusted companion—hot lead!
Every Mother's Son
Three men of honor. One impossible mission. No turning back. The Jackals ride again—in the Johnstones’ gunblazing chronicle of the wild and lawless West . . .
JOHNSTONE JUSTICE. RELEASE THE JACKALS.
In Texas’s Big Bend country, every man has a price. For crime lord Harry Holland and his ruthless gang of cutthroats, that price is $20,000—a ransom demand for the kidnapped daughter of a retired Army colonel. So far, neither the Army, the Rangers, nor bounty hunters have been able to penetrate Holland’s guarded fortress. In desperation, the colonel turns to the Jackals. As a longtime friend, retired cavalry sergeant Sean Keegan is determined to bring the man’s daughter back alive—with or without the ransom money—but first he needs to convince his partners, former Texas Ranger Matt McCulloch and bounty hunter Jed Breen. This is no ordinary job. There’s a very good chance it’s suicide. . .
When word gets out that the Jackals are on the case, all hell breaks loose. They’re up against trigger-happy mercenaries, marauding Apaches, and one final, jaw-dropping surprise—a kidnapping victim who doesn’t want to be rescued. This time, the Jackals have no one to save . . . but themselves.
Live Free. Read Hard.
The Three Graves of Roxy Doyle
Searching for her father, famed bounty hunter Gavin Doyle, Roxy rides into Sunset, New Mexico. On Boot Hill she sees a crowd, celebrating. Dismounting to have a closer look, she makes her way up front to read the headstone:
HERE LIES ROXY DOYLE
SHOT TO DEATH IN
SUNSET, NEW MEXICO
Stunned, she asks someone, “Is that really Lady Gunsmith?”
“It sure is,” comes the reply, “and her gettin’ killed here is gonna put us on the map.”
In the nearby towns of Telegraph and Vinton, she finds two more graves with her name on them. This is the first time she’s ever come across her own grave—three times! Now she not only has to prove that she’s still alive, but she has to do her best to remain that way in three towns who want nothing more than for her to be dead.
Draw to an Inside Death
Clint rode into Two Queens, Nevada, looking forward to the high stakes poker game. They were all invited players, the game should be straight, and he knew there'd be women available... one, a beautiful brunette, was even in the game. But then the players began to die, one by one, and The Gunsmith had to dig down deep to meet the ante...
Longarm 253: Longarm in the Valley of Sin
Longarm heads to a Colorado spa to clean up a killer's act!
Despite his assignment to a Colorado spa, Custis Long doesn't plan on getting any R and R—he has two tasks, given to him by the Justice Department, to accomplish. The first is to keep the spa's doctor alive, and the second is to keep the son of a senator out of hot water.
As far as Clint Adams is concerned, having a reputation is bad enough, so when he finds out that The Legend of the Gunsmith is selling like hotcakes he hightails it to New York to track down the author.
He's not disappointed when he learns it's someone from his past—a very attractive female someone. But before he can convince her to lay aside her pen... she's dead. Now the Gunsmith has to hunt down a killer in dangerously unfamiliar territory—the streets of New York City!
The Legend of Roxy Doyle
...Roxy is a hot, sexy woman unmatched with a gun…
Roxanne Louise Doyle, (Roxy) is Lady Gunsmith, the daughter of Gavin Doyle. The early legend of Roxy Doyle begins when her mother is killed on a wagon train, leaving her father to raise and care for his little girl. Before her father disappears, he leaves his daughter to be raised by a Mormon family. At age fifteen, Roxy leaves her foster family to find her father. In time she learns the hard truth that her father has become a famed bounty hunter who is now thought to be dead. Roxy continues her relentless search and at age twenty she meets the famous Gunsmith, Clint Adams, who trains her as a gunfighter. Still searching for her father, Roxy meets the notorious Belle Starr and her handsome husband, Sam. Together they fall into an intrigue involving other legends of the West. Does Lady Gunsmith find her father? Does she live up to her legend with a gun in the final draw?
Clint walks into the second worst kind of trouble there is. His old friend Buzz Fahnstock has asked him to help fight a bloody range war. Fahnstock's on the side of the homesteaders facing down the brutal cattlemen of the Big Tom Valley. The sodbusters have guns and guts. The cattlemen have money, enough of it to buy the services of a low-down snake with a reputation for a fast draw. But trading lead with ranchers and hired guns may be the least of Clint's worries. No sooner does the Gunsmith ride in than three gorgeous gals set their sights on him. And that's the worst kind of trouble a man can hope for.
The Diamond Gun
Dan Rondo had retired his guns and settled down—but when his young wife was raped and killed by two men, his life was shattered... and it was time for action.
He strapped on his guns, and, once again, "The Diamond Gun" scoured the West, seeking a vengeance sweeter than any he had ever known. When he crossed paths with the Gunsmith, the two legendary marksmen teamed up to hunt the killers. Blazing a trail of blood and revenge, they sought justice—even if it cost them their lives...
Showdown in Raton
An urgent letter from Clint Adams' old friend in Raton, New Mexico, triggered an avalanche of trouble for the Gunsmith. First a sexy young widow made him a target for marriage. And then a savage gunman horse-napped Clint's trusty gelding, Duke. And to make things worse, his buddy's foolhardy son challenged the Gunsmith to a showdown.
It was a mess of trouble, and Clint Adams had to do some fancy shooting, hard loving, and quick thinking to stay on his feet. But it was staying alive that had him worried.
The Trailsman #359: Platte River Gauntlet
Fargo is going straight through hell…
When a frontier army fort is ordered to pull up stakes and move, Fargo’s scouting skills may not be enough to protect the massive military maneuver. Because even though there are wanton women, blind-drunk buffalo hunters, and highfalutin’ officers on the march, the real danger is the pack of dangerous predators waiting for the Trailsman to let his guard down...
The Trailsman #254: Nebraska Gunrunners
Skye Fargo heats up a hellhound hideout!
In the town of Helldorado, bullets buzz through the air like flies, and any two-bit bandit is welcomed with open arms—for a price. So when a shipment of army rifles is stolen, Skye Fargo knows just where to look for the ones who done it.
But to get close to the culprits, he’s got to prove himself a dishonest man—and ride with them into places hotter than hell. And when a colonel’s daughter insists on tagging along, Skye may find out just how hot things can get.
The Trailsman #253: Dead Man's Hand
Skye Fargo calls out a cutthroat casino killer!
Most casinos will take your money, but the Ruby Rooster might take your life too. Lately their big winners have been turning up dead—and all the fingers in town are pointing at Skye Fargo.
And with a ruthless old sheriff and an all-too-friendly pair of sisters in the way, tracking down the real killer won’t be easy. But Fargo can see a bluff behind the soberest of poker faces, and when he finds whoever set him up, the chips—and bullets—will fall where they may.
The Miners' Showdown
King Cleaver and his Sutro Mining Corporation owned everything in Virginia City—except the beautiful Tessa O'Grady and her rich mining claim. Cleaver was desperate to have both. Then the Gunsmith stepped in. Tessa offered Clint full partnership if he would operate the mine and give her protection. It was an offer the Gunsmith couldn't refuse... even if it made him the Most Wanted Man in Nevada.
The Scarlet Gun
Lots of boys dream about being gunfighters, but when the kid brother of a pretty Irish woman picks up his six-shooter in earnest, Clint Adams is forced to get involved.
The Gunsmith is asked to find the boy and convince him to give himself up. But before he can do that, Clint meets an incredibly beautiful young woman named Scarlet who is gunning for a rancher the kid has been hired to protect. Now, the Gunsmith's good deed has drawn him into a dangerous crossfire—one from which he'll be lucky to get out alive!
The Golden Horseman
Clint Adams has had a number of strange assignments in his time, but none more unusual than acting as a bodyguard for a Japanese ambassador—and a prized statue of the Golden Horseman.
As the train bearing Clint and the Japanese delegation travels cross-country, outlaws, enemy samurai and ninja assassins are all determined to claim the Horseman. The Gunsmith and the ambassador's samurai escort face incredible odds in an East meets West adventure that tests the Gunsmith's skills with the ultimate challenge of survival!
Crossing the Great Desert in a stagecoach wasn't Clint Adams' idea of a good time. Especially in the company of Red Taggert, a charming but dangerous outlaw who's wanted for murder. Clint has to escort the gentleman to Phoenix—where justice awaits with a noose.
But the Gunsmith has a surprise waiting for him. Taggert's band of outlaws are closing in. And they have a different notion of justice. They want to make Red Taggert a free man... and the Gunsmith a dead one.
When Legends Meet
Sometimes the tall tales of the Old West are true. Or at least that's what Clint Adams maintains as he tells the story of how he met legendary gunfighter Wild Bill Hickok. It seems the Gunsmith wandered into the middle of a bitter confrontation between Hickok and the man who betrayed him and stole his girl. It was time for a shoot-out. And with the teamwork of two expert marksmen, a legend was born. News-hungry reporters were taking notes and history was in the making. The West would never be the same...
The Trail Drive War
A trail drive means trouble on the hoof for Clint Adams. A beautiful cattle baroness summons him to Wyoming after her foreman turns up dead and she needs someone to help her honcho a trail drive. Together they move her cattle down a treacherous trail, locking horns with hired guns, ruthless rustlers, and even their own cow-hands. But it's not until they reach their destination at the rail head that the Gunsmith sets his sights on settling the score—in a stampede of vengeance..
All of Denver is buzzing with the news. A man and a woman have been murdered in a hotel room. Both of them were married—to other people. Clint Adams is resting his guns and minding his own business when two shapely Pinkerton operatives draw him into the investigation. He doesn't want to get involved... till he meets the dead woman's husband—a politician with more skeletons in his closet than the local cemetery has in pine boxes. So the Gunsmith straps on his guns and starts digging for information—while someone else digs his grave...
Trailsman #272, The: Nevada Nemesis
Fargo takes charge of a wayward wagon train!
Out in the harsh Nevada Territory, a wagon train is being led into the middle of nowhere by a couple no-account pilots—until the Trailsman crosses their path. On an undercover mission for the army, Skye Fargo decides to take charge of the group and wait for trouble…and he doesn’t have to wait long.
Not only has there been a recent string of disappearances in the area, but a band of Paiutes is causing a problem and Fargo is about to uncover a deadly scam as brutal as the land itself…
Hell with a Pistol
Any man would be thrilled to find out he has a long-lost son—or would he? What if that "son" turns out to be a merciless killer who guns down men for the fun of it?
That's the dilemma facing Clint Adams when he learns that a young gunman named John Adams is claiming to be his son. The Gunsmith follows a trail of bodies as he sets out to confront the boy—and his own past. It's one showdown the Gunsmith can't afford to lose...
The Legend Maker
Clint Adams was anything but stagestruck when huckster and legend maker Oscar Marsh gave him star billing in "The Great Wild West Outlaws and Gunfighters Show." The Gunsmith joined up with the ludicrous road show just to make a quick getaway from John Rankin—the brash, murderous sheriff of Tucson who suspected Clint of fooling around with his pretty fiancée. Now, the chase is on. The Gunsmith has a prison sentence hanging over his head, the sheriff's fiancée in his arms, and half the lawmen in Arizona after his legendary hide...
Sunshine, fresh air, a little fishing, and a beautiful lady were the Gunsmith's ingredients for a perfect vacation. But rest and relaxation were the furthest things from his mind. The trouble started when Clint Adams reluctantly tangled with young, cocky Johnny Bolt. The legendary Gunsmith was confident he could handle him in a gunfight. But there was one problem. If he so much as hurt the kid, Clint would have to face the wrath of the entire Bolt Ranch. Although the Gunsmith wasn't looking forward to a permanent vacation, the Bolts wanted to turn the "living legend" into a dead one...
The Trailsman #273: Montana Massacre
A lady this lovely is worth rescuing twice…
When Chief Broken Hand and his vicious Crow warriors take Fort Newcomb by storm, they leave no one alive—except one blushing beauty trapped beneath a burning building. Skye Fargo comes to her rescue, and as much as he’d like to break a few of Broken Hand’s bones, he rushes the lovely lady to safety. But the Crow raiders soon track down the Trailsman and kidnap the hapless honey. Now Fargo may get the chance to kill two birds with one stone—and a few Crow with hot lead.
Walking Dead Man
The doctors back East were fifteen years premature when they told Dr. John Henry Holliday that he had little time left to live. The "walking dead man" headed West, where he built a reputation as a gentleman, a gambler, and a gunman. He was known as Doc Holliday. And he was about to meet up with none other than Wyatt Earp and Bat Masterson. Of course, this was long before the famous shoot-out at OK Corral—and the legendary gunfighters weren't exactly the best of friends yet. History was in the making. Clint Adams, the Gunsmith, was right in the middle of it. And he was hoping to get out of it—alive...
The Wyoming Cattle Kill
War is exploding all along the Powder River in Wyoming. It's a bitter, bloody war between the big cattlemen and the "little" cowboys. The cowboys' strike for better conditions has failed and now the cattlemen are taking their brutal revenge.
Into the crossfire rides Clint Adams. The Gunsmith despises the things that are being done in the name of the law—especially when the beautiful young daughter of a strike leader is hurt by them. Clint joins forces with legendary range detective Heck Thomas—and the odds start looking better for the cowboys...
When Clint Adams offers to stand in as lawman for an old friend, he ends up with more trouble than seemed possible for a small town like Broken Lance. There's a bitter and deadly range war between miners and a rich rancher—and that's only the beginning. When the rancher's beautiful young daughter is kidnapped, the Gunsmith is forced to saddle-up with a two-legged snake by the name of Sturges to track her down.
Together Clint and Sturges follow a twisting trail in pursuit of the kidnappers and the girl. It's a trail that leads them straight to one of the most feared men in the territory—Geronimo—only to find that one of his bloodthirsty braves has already claimed the girl as his wife...
The Trailsman #360: Texas Lead Slingers
Fargo plays the game of his life…
In a booming Gulf Coast town, Skye Fargo and over a dozen of the best poker players around are competing in a high-stakes game being held by Fargo’s old friend, Senator Deerforth. But someone wants Fargo to fold before the games even start, and the Trailsman is going to have to play things close to the vest if he’s going to survive…
High Noon at Lancaster
Lancaster, Texas, is a town without a lawman—the last sheriff fled from a gang that vowed to destroy the town.
Clint Adams won't pin on the star, but there is one man eager to take the job. Only problem is, the young ranch hand doesn't know a thing about the lawman business. So the Gunsmith takes Pat Garrett under his wing—just in time for a showdown with the bloodthirsty Chambers gang.
Slocum 321: Slocum and the Vanished
What you don’t see can kill you…
When a gallant cavalry sergeant is killed while saving him from a Sioux war party, Slocum is honor-bound to fulfill the man’s dying wish and send the Thibadeaux family bible to his sister. But after the stagecoach delivering the bible is robbed by murderous road agents, Slocum takes it upon himself to get the Good Book back from the bushwhackers no matter what—even if he has to give them a reading from the gospel according to Sam Colt…
Trailsman #263: Arkansas Assault
Skye Fargo gets mean with a man-hunting Mayor!
Noah Tillman, the land baron of Tillman, Arkansas, has his own way of celebrating the Fourth of July. He kidnaps several of his own townspeople, brings them to a private island, and hunts them down like dogs.
The pastime is his own little secret, and no one in Tillman ever questions Noah—no one except Skye Fargo.
But when Tillman throws the Trailsman into the hunt, the hunter becomes the hunted—and Skye lets off a few fireworks of his own…
Longarm 377: Longarm and the Howling Maniac
Longarm needs to keep his head with a crazed killer on the loose…
High up in the snow-covered Rockies, the mining town of Sully Creek is shivering in terror. Three victims have been found with their heads in their laps—literally. U.S. Deputy Marshal Custis Long has been dispatched to bring in the killer with an ax to grind.
With a snowbound train on the tracks, there are rail cars full of potential victims, including the beautiful Angel of the Rockies, the singer Miss Janice Hathaway, whom Longarm’s grown quite fond of. To protect the lovely lady and catch the maniac before he strikes again, Longarm has no choice but to stick his neck out…
The Trailsman #246: Texas Death Storm
Skye Fargo goes for the gold in a gut-wrenching Galveston gunfight...
It's a deadly race for riches as the Trailsman rides a fine line between digging for buried treasure in Texas—and digging his own grave...
The Deadly Healer
Clint Adams heads into Colorado to investigate self-proclaimed healer Gerald Wellfall—a shady minister who allegedly saved a Senator's life. It's up to the Gunsmith to find out what's really going on—and why the minister had reason to butter up a Washington bigwig. Disguised as a patron, Clint Adams no sooner drops his guns to soak in the "miracle" mineral waters than someone takes a cheap shot at his life. It is suddenly obvious that Wellfall's game isn't healing—it's killing... and Clint Adams is the target.
Boom Town Killer
When someone begins killing young "ladies of the night" in the town of Dante, it's bad for business—particularly that of Colonel Porter, the local mining czar. If the killer isn't stopped soon, the town of Dante may turn into a ghost town—and its mines with it! The Gunsmith has a score to settle with whoever's been cutting the throats of the young women, and he aims to find out who it is. It won't be easy, though. He has a town full of suspects, including a sadistic sheriff, the jealous wife of a prominent banker, and a gun-slinger intent on drawing Clint into a showdown...
Black Pearl Saloon
There are more ways to get into trouble than ways to get out on the San Francisco waterfront. It's no wonder then that Clint Adams reluctantly agrees to keep a mysterious appointment at the Black Pearl Saloon.
There, the Gunsmith finds two old friends, private detectives John Chang and Sam Wing, who inform him that the lovely lady Clint is supposed to meet has disappeared—kidnapped by the Black Pearl Tong. Now the Gunsmith's worst fears start to come true: he's fighting for his life in the deadly maze of San Francisco's Chinatown...
It is supposed to be a festive occasion—the wedding of an old friend. And Clint Adams is supposed to be the best man—until the bride and groom are murdered on the night before their wedding.
Now, instead of attending a wedding, the Gunsmith is tracking down a chindi—the Navaho version of a werewolf. But this chindi is a man, cunning, savage, deadly, but still a man. Clint must find the chindi and destroy him—if the wolf witch doesn't find him first...
Hell On Wheels
It was known as a "Hell on wheels"—a traveling city of sin that moved along with the construction of the Union Pacific Railroad. And it was one gambling, whoring community that Clint Adams and his buddy. Rick Hartman, wanted to check out for themselves. When they climbed aboard the rowdy train, they unwittingly stepped into the scene of a gruesome murder—and Rick Hartman was the prime suspect. Now, Clint has to fight the makeshift law with his own brand of justice... and a cold round of sizzling bullets
Trailsman 211: Badlands Bloodbath
Skye Fargo hunts down a killer cabal of white slavers...
A simple act of kindness towards a family of pioneers leads Skye Fargo into a desperate fight for survival, as a vile gang of cutthroats preys upon the naive settlers heading out West. The pilgrims are lured out into The Badlands with promises of a booming frontier, then the men are killed, their goods stolen, and their women taken to be sold at a barbaric auction to the worst element of mankind. With the lives of innocent women and children at stake, Fargo sets out to show some hombres just who's the baddest in The Badlands.
The Fast Draw League
Clint Adams isn't one to refuse a call for help, especially when it's from the United States Government. Though what the Secret Service tells him sounds mighty odd indeed. They say someone down in the Southwest territory has been training killers-for-hire and the star pupils are the fastest guns alive. And while the Gunsmith knows that fast draws are born, not made, he agrees to check out the rumors. Traveling in disguise and under the name Wes Bellman, it's only a matter of time before Clint's hip-deep in fast guns and faster women...
The Trailsman #304: Death Valley Demons
The valley of death just got worse…
Skye Fargo is riding through Death Valley when he comes across two bullet-riddled men. One lives long enough to point Fargo towards a cabin where an ex-federal marshal and his family lay butchered. But a prospector and a lovely lady survived the massacre.
Mad Dog Burton and his gang came to the cabin to avenge the hanging of his brother, who the late marshal apprehended. He knows there are witnesses to the slaughter, and he’s not going to stop until they’re dead. But the Trailsman is about to show Mad Dog a different view of Death Valley—from beyond the grave…
Gundown in Paradise
They call it Paradise but it's more like Hell for the women held captive in this small Oklahoma town. The Harlow gang has discovered that females are worth their weight in gold—when you sell them to brothels and women-starved mining towns.
Clint Adams teams up with an old acquaintance, Marcel Duboir, to rescue the damsels in distress. It's a tough job, even for experts like the Gunsmith and his pal. But the rewards, especially of the female kind, are great—if they can manage to stay alive!
The Trailsman #289: Renegade Raiders
Fargo tracks down a Cherokee killer cult!
Fargo is leading a supply train towards a proposed peace conference between the U.S. and the restless tribes deep in the Indian Nations. But the trail is anything but peaceful—and when the expedition reaches their destination, they find the U.S. delegation dead and mutilated. All signs point to the Cherokee Nighthawk Society—a band of elite warriors who can kill a man fifty ways before he hits the ground. But Fargo reads the signs like no one can, and his keen eye tells him that someone is setting up the Cherokee for a massacre…
The Trailsman #284: Dakota Prairie Pirates
Fargo duels with death in the Dakotas.
Skye Fargo tries not to be too picky when it comes to leading people into the wilderness he knows so well—and if they ignore his warnings about the perils of the frontier, that’s their hard luck. But the wealthy Stains family of St. Louis are just plain crazy. Not only do they want Fargo to lead them through the Dakota Territories with its hostile Indians and mad-dog killers—they want him to find a long-dead ghost town where a priceless treasure awaits. The Trailsman knows he can get them there—but getting them out alive is another story…
The Nevada Timber War
Jeb Oatman is gobbling up prime Nevada timberland faster than a rat through a rich widow's pantry. And his hired guns ain't above cutting down any man that stands in his way. Now Clint has signed on to protect the ranchers of Pine Bluff from Oatman's greedy grasp. But he's in for some low-down surprises... Like two of the meanest back-shooting sharpshooters in the West, a double-dealing lawman... and a tried but true saloon girl. Add ambush, kidnap, and an all-out, bloody range war, and it looks like the Gunsmith better keep his eyes wide and his trigger finger curled...
The Trailsman #347: Dakota Death Trap
Fargo takes on a two-bit town tyrant.
Fargo is trying to lose a party of scalp-hunting Sioux when he comes across Jasmine Honeydew—a pious woman whose devotion to saving souls has incurred the wrath of Abe Mitchell. Mitchell likes the small town of Hapgood Pond just the way it is—full of liquor, ladies, and lots of profit for him. But the Trailsman isn't going to let a lovely lady of the Lord be pushed out of town without sending someone to Hell…
The Trailsman #283: Colorado Claim Jumpers
Fargo crosses calibers with a mining murderer…
With a reputation like his, Skye Fargo knows that trouble doesn’t need a map to find him. So when he’s hired to blaze a trail through the mountains to a fresh gold strike, he’s not too surprised when a pair of bushwhackers tries to shoot him out of his saddle. The ambushers’ trail leads Fargo to Denver City, where he ends up caught in an escalating war between the local miners looking to make a life for themselves – and a claim-jumping businessman who doesn’t take no for an answer. And before the Trailsman is through, he’s going to sift a motherlode of lead from a river of blood…
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