Colster Farrow was just a skinny cow-puncher when the men came to Sapinero Valley and murdered his best friend, whose past as a gunfighter had caught up with him. Now, Cole must strap on his Remington revolver, deliver some justice, and make a reputation of his own.
Yakima Henry has been dealt more than his share of trouble—even for a half-white, half- Indian in the west. Now he’s running a small Arizona horse ranch with his longtime love, Faith, and thinks he may have finally found his share of peace and prosperity. But his violent past is about to come calling.
Bill Thornton still carries the wound from where Faith—once his most valuable “entertainer”—shot him just before being carried away by that low-down breed Yakima. And the roadhouse proprietor, suffering from a bad case of blood poisoning, still carries a heart full of hatred for the both of them.
That’s why he’s sent a gang of sadistic bounty-hunters to ventilate Yakima and bring Faith back to him. And that’s why Yakima’s long-awaited peace will have to come at the end of a long, hard killing trail.
As the Civil War rages through the South, two men take fate into their own hands as fortune hunters, venturing into Mexico where the sacred Bells of El Diablo, forged of pure gold, are said to be buried…
The son of a wealthy plantation owner, Confederate Lieutenant James Dunn is young, brash, and a fierce fighter. But during a guerilla mission in the north Georgia mountains, he learns first-hand how horrific and destructive the war really is. Having lost his taste for bloodshed after a brutal act on a night-cloaked bridge, he goes AWOL…and he isn’t alone.
Crosseye Reeves, a former sharecropper on the Dunn plantation, was there to witness James’ moment of horror. And he’s had his own bellyful of war. Together, the men make for Denver, where a tale of treasure in Mexico gives them a new destination…perhaps even a new life.
Bad luck has driven half-breed Yakima Henry and Sheriff Jack Kelly into the town of Dead River during a severe mountain winter-where Yakima must weather a killer who's hell-bent on making the town as dead as its name.
After exacting revenge on a pack of rustlers who made off with his green-broke mustangs, loner Yakima Henry returns home to find the delectable Faith, a soiled dove he once rescued. Her brother’s landed in a Mexican prison—and Faith begs Yakima to guide her party down to rescue him. Yakima’s never been able to say no to her, and soon finds himself in Mexico’s Sierra Olivadas, fending off deadly Apaches and scalp-hunting Rurales led by a sadistic capitán and a beautiful revolucionaria, Leonora Domingo...
Having to shoot his way out of Mexico was the last thing Yakima wanted, but with the help of the lovely Leonora, her notorious Gatling, and an underground river in the Sierra, he and his yanquí posse will have to do just that...
Yakima Henry may be the toughest man in Arizona Territory—but as a half-white, half-Indian, he has to be. So when a pack of thieving curs leaves him in rough country minus one prized horse and two well-worn boots, he aims to get back what's his. The hell Henry raises in the process lands him in jail—but opportunity is about to spring him out.
The wealthy Cleve O'Shannon, and his lovely wife, Anna have a proposition for Henry. Cleve's brother is trapped on a desolate mesa—along with a mother-lode of silver taken from their mine. He's surrounded by desperadoes and savage men. The O'Shannon's need a hard man to lead them through hell to save their family—and their fortune.
For his freedom, Henry agrees. But freedom won't matter if he's not alive to enjoy it...
Before he rode a black stallion, young Yakima Henry was a scout for the Arizona cavalry outpost Fort Hell, so named for its unforgiving desert locale and the many fearsome dangers that were all but routine….
When Chiricahua Apaches attack a stagecoach bound for Fort Hell, Yakima Henry and fellow scout Seth Barksdale rush to defend it—only to discover that one of the fallen Apache is a blond-haired, blue-eyed white boy. This is shocking news to the fort’s commanding officer, Colonel Ephraim Alexander. Years ago, his family was kidnapped during an Apache attack, and his desperate search was cut short by orders to evacuate. If this white Apache warrior is his son, can his wife and daughter still be alive?
The colonel charges Yakima and Seth to lead a search party. Riding as far as the forbidding Shadow Montañas in Mexico, they come up against a ruthless warrior queen—a beautiful blond white woman with cornflower blue eyes. Can this unlikely leader of the fierce Winter Wolf People and a pack of ex–Confederate desperadoes actually be the colonel’s long-lost daughter? As bullets fly and blood paints the desert red, Yakima and Seth grow ever more determined to find the truth.
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