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  • Throw The Devil Off The Train

    $15.99

    It’s 1880. Catherine’s got to escape. She’s headed west to get married…to a guy she hasn’t seen in 17 years. Race Hillyard’s into revenge. He’s on his way west to repay his brother’s death. They collide at the depot and hate each other on sight. But it’s a long, chaotic ride from Omaha to Sacramento. Fiery, opinionated and quick to react, can they make peace long enough to throw the devil off the train?

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  • Cowboy For A Rainy Afternoon

    $13.99

    A 10-year-old boy. Six aging cowboys. A ’49 Plymouth with an open trunk. And a lady in distress. All the fixings for adventure in 1954 Albuquerque.

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  • Creede Of Old Montana

    $16.99

    An ex-cavalry soldier searches for four Army pals who didn’t show up for a scheduled reunion. When he tries to stop a Fort Benton bank robbery, suddenly he’s thrown into one conflict after another. All hopes of sitting on the sidelines and watching the world go by fade away. Meanwhile, two women threaten to break his heart. One wants his ring. The other wants him dead. Creede of Old Montana follows the exploits and heartbreaks of Avery John Creede as he tramps along the upper Missouri River. Through the confrontations and adventures, he makes some discoveries about himself. And three things remain constant: his courage, his rock-solid faith, and his wounded heart. He knows the first two will never change. At forty-two, he’s not sure the third ever will either. Creede of Old Montana is a novel with humor and heart, action and intrigue, doubt and faith. Creede is a character who is sure to live on for the ages.

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  • Land Tamers

    $13.99

    The war lost, family scattered or dead, hope hard to find, fugitive Confederate veteran Sandy Thompson flees West. Two other drifters, a shady peddler and an orphaned Indian girl, join him to somehow find a home, while fighting a horde of enemies.In 1870 a fugitive from Yankee justice, Confederate veteran Sandy Thompson looks for peace and solitude in the expanses of the untamed West. His quest is complicated by his reluctant business partnership with a low-down peddler named Montana Mudd and an orphaned Indian girl entrusted to his care. Somehow, together, the three drifters must find a home in a land where thieves, vengeful enemies, and forces of nature constantly threaten. And the trio must finally come to grips with the sinister Yankee officer determined to see Sandy dead. This was Christy Award western winner Stephen Bly’s first novel published.

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  • Kill Fee Of Cindy LaCoste

    $14.99

    Some women plan their wedding for months. New York editor Lynda Dawn Austin has been planning hers all her life. But right now, nothing’s going according to plan. Rodeo cowboy Brady Stoner and New York editor Lynda Dawn Austin may need a miracle to make it to the altar safe, sound, and on time. First, their engagement nearly goes bust two weeks before the wedding, when Brady pulls a surprise that doesn’t sit too well with his bride-to-be. Then the crazy couple spends days traipsing the West to find their friend Cindy LaCoste, who’s run off without explanation. Five states, three vehicles, two horse trailers, and a one-ton bull later, they locate her. But their troubles have only begun. Someone from Brady’s past is intent on one final act of revenge. And it may mean the long-awaited wedding won’t ever happen. The wedding guests are certainly wondering if it will. The chapel is decorate and everyone’s place–except for an essential someone who has disappeared. One thing’s for sure, with Brady and Lynda, never assume anything will happen as it should. Filled with surprise, humor, romance, and adventure. And the sweet, sweet smell of perfume!

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  • Lost Manuscript Of Martin Taylor Harrison

    $14.99

    New York editor Lynda Dawn Austin expected to find a manuscript that would rock the publishing and boost her career. But the real surprise was the cowboy guiding her through canyon country to find it. When he first walks into the plush New York offices of Atlantic-Hampton Publishing Company, no one takes the eccentric stranger seriously. At least, not until he mentions the manuscript. He claims he possesses the long-lost third novel of Martin Taylor Harrison, their most successful author. But before the staff can recover from the shock, the man is killed in an accident, his copy of the novel destroyed. Atlantic-Hampton decides to let it go, unwilling to risk their reputation on what could easily prove to be a fake. Outraged, the editor determines to recover the original herself. Now if only she can find it! All she knows is that it’s hidden away in a remote cabin somewhere in the canyons of the Arizona Strip. So Lynda heads west and, with rodeo cowboy Brady Stoner as her guide, finds adventure like she’s never known: the fear, the danger, the primitive conditions. And nothing has prepared her for bronc-buster Brady.

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  • Last Swan In Sacramento

    $11.99

    They were supposed to be living happily ever after. Instead, Martina Swan, daughter of the legendary Wilson and Alena Merced, grapples to find peace in a marriage that is falling apart. Her husband is in Virginia City, Nevada, trying his luck at mining the Comstock Lode. A promise to come home a wealthy man “in three weeks” was given over a year ago. Meanwhile, Martina struggles to keep the family store solvent in Sacramento. And the pressures are mounting as she seeks to raise their child, the bank deviously tries to close the store, and armed outlaws decide she has possession of their stolen treasure. Always living in the shadow of her mother’s beauty and her father’s valor, Martina finds her one true source of joy is her daughter. But when a stranger shows up with a message from her husband, Martina determines to go and bring her man home. It turns out to be a shocking, toughening experience. In fact, she’s about to fight the most difficult battle of her life–learning to forgive and love again. It will prove to be a deep lesson about herself, the nature of love, and God’s unwavering concern for her entire family. In a land and a time where reputations were gained … and lost … in a matter of weeks, Martina Swan is about to discover whether she has the faith and courage to survive. She’s about to fight the most difficult battle of her life as she learns to forgive and love again. Follow the romance and adventure of the years beyond the Gold Rush in the continuing saga of Old California.

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  • Miss Fontenot

    $12.99

    A new calling. A new business. A new start. Oliole Fontenot did not come West to look for a husband. She came for freedom. The freedom to stand outside and shout to the heavens. The freedom to be herself. To be a photographer. To succeed or fail on her own merit. To grow in her devotion to God. And in Cantrell, Montana, she finds that freedom. But that’s not all. There is also danger, adventure, and the mundane. In addition, she has good friends like Carolina Cantrell Parks and Isabel Leon Mandera, a fourteen-year-old protege, and a menacing gang of bank robbers led by the notorious Sam Black. But the biggest challenge for Oliole is not outlaws nor selling her photographs. It’s the charm of a handsome drover. His open personality and simple ways sneak past her defenses and force her to consider giving up the freedom she cherishes. It’s a struggle between God’s will and her own … and she knows its resolution will affect every day of the rest of her life.

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  • Stuart Brannons Final Shot

    $12.99

    It took a personal request from the President of the United States to put Stuart Brannon back in action. In 1905, at 58 years old, legendary lawman Stuart Brannon–now a rancher and widower–had no intention of leaving his beloved Arizona Territory to attend the Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition in Portland, Oregon. Then the telegram came: “Stuart, I need you in Portland. Tom Wiseman is missing. I think there’s a cover-up going on. Tell folks you’re going to the Exposition. Nose around. Find out how a U.S. Marshal can disappear and no one knows why. I’ll contact you there. T.R.” No way could Stuart Brannon refuse a personal request from Teddy Roosevelt! Filled with humor and heart, adventure and romance, Stuart Brannon’s Final Shot is the story of a man who embodied the Code of the West.

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  • Final Justice At Adobe Wells

    $12.99

    Nobody steals Stuart Brannon’s cattle…not even a military man with his own private army. Stuart Brannon battles cattle rustlers, befriends Apaches, and feels his heart stir for a beautiful woman he much admires. Will she get Brannon to lay to rest the ghost of his dead wife? Or will he continue to mourn? This time Brannon heads south of the border to buy cattle for his ranch. But he finds the cattle rustled and their owner murdered. Brannon comes up against something a lot bigger than just a band of small-time rustlers. But he should have picked someone else’s cattle to steal. Army or no army, Brannon is not about to let the thief walk away with his livestock. Written in the tradition of Zane Grey, Luke Short, and Louis L’Amour, “Final Justice at Adobe Wells” recreates the tumultuous old West where good battles evil.

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  • Standoff At Sunrise Creek

    $12.99

    Will Stuart Brannon lose his beloved ranch to the Casa Verde Land Corporation? At long last, Stuart Brannon hits the homeward trail to his Arizona ranch. But if he has hopes to settle down to the quiet life of a cattleman, he has miscalculated. Much of what he holds dear is in terrible peril. Riding into his spread, he finds it occupied by gunmen sent by the Casa Verde Land Corporation, which claims to hold a Spanish land grant on his property. Enraged, Brannon drives off the intruders. Before the gunmen return with reinforcements, some of Brannon’s friends and neighbors descend on the ranch. When the gunmen reappear–this time with a cannon–Brannon and his friends hunker down to defend the ranch. Written in the tradition of Zane Grey, Luke Short, and Louis L’Amour, “Standoff at Sunrise Creek” recreates the tumultuous Old West where good battles evil.

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  • Beneath A Camperdown Elm

    $14.99

    Reba’s scary stalker is locked up in jail. She finally snatches a rancher fiance. Her runaway mother returns home. Reba has everything she ever wanted. But Grandma Pearl has disappeared! Is Reba about to lose it all? In August 1991, at Road’s End, Idaho, three generations of women travel separate journeys of the heart. Reba Mae Cahill brims with joy. Her life’s perfect. She’s finally bringing her prodigal mother, Hanna Jo, home to Road’s End from a Reno mental institute. With them is Jace McKane, her fiance, who promises to help fight the unjust lawsuit that threatens the family ranch. He wants a new start, away from his unscrupulous father and all his drama.Just as Reba’s getting Jace trained to become her rancher husband, she discovers Grandma Pearl betrayed her once again, in a way that also harms her mother. Reba believes she’s lost everything-her career, her identity, her lifelong pursuit, and her main reason for marrying Jace. When Jace returns to California to bail out his father and pursue Quigley, a psychotic killer, who escaped from prison, she wonders if he’ll ever return to Road’s End?

    Then Hanna Jo claims she sees alleged wild horses in the mountain valleys as she learns her son and ex-husband’s fishing boat sank in an Alaskan sea. Can Reba keep her from flipping out for good?

    Is Grandma Pearl struggles with guilt, health issues, and finding purpose for the rest of her life, will the new church building project provide an answer?

    Meanwhile, twenty-one-year-old Scottish twin tourists, Archie and Wynda MacKenzie, mesmerize the town with their trick biking skills and charming accents. Reba’s not sure they’re all they claim to be. And someone harasses Reba with letters and phone calls. What are they really after?

    Will any of the answers be found in the mysteries of an old Scottish elm?

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  • False Claims At The Little Stephen Mine

    $12.99

    Stuart Brannon is back. And he’s found gold! But the struggle to keep it could cost him his life. After months of digging in the mountains of southwestern Colorado, Stuart Brannon and Englishman Edwin Fletcher finally hit the mother lode. But someone else is after their claim. Under attack, they fortify the mine and ally themselves with three Ute Indians. Soon they find themselves fighting both a professional gunman and the powerful Colorado Southern Mining Corporation. Stuart Brannon finds himself dealing with both the threat to his claim and, much to his surprise, with his own greed as he comes to terms with his newfound riches.

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  • Last Hanging At Paradise Meadow

    $12.99

    Only Stuart Brannon can overthrow the tyrannical mayor of an isolated western town. But will he be too late? Stuart Brannon rides again–this time into the booming mining supply town of Paradise Meadow, and into conflict with Dixon Rutherford, its self-appointed mayor. Rutherford has tyrannized the entire town–jailing Brannon’s friend Peter Mulroney for a murder he did not commit, running down and killing Mulroney’s wife for standing up to him, and now trying to drive Cherokee schoolteacher Rose Creek out of town. But finding courage to stand up to a corrupt politician is only a first step. Now the town faces another kind of struggle. Can a violent, lawless collection of citizens avoid mob rule and choose to govern themselves in an orderly way? Written in the tradition of Zane Grey, Luke Short, and Louis L’Amour, Last Hanging at Paradise Meadow recreates the tumultuous old West where good battles evil.

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  • Hard Winter At Broken Arrow Crossing

    $10.99

    A horrific blizzard was only the start of Stuart Brannon’s troubles. For a man who didn’t need another disaster, the fierce winter at Broken Arrow Crossing couldn’t have come at a worse time. Brannon had just abandoned his Arizona ranch, sick with grief over losing his wife and baby son in childbirth, as well as all his cattle by disease. That’s when the vicious Colorado blizzard struck. Half-frozen, Brannon stumbles into the isolated stage station at the Crossing. There he finds a wounded prospector and attempts to nurse him back to health. Winter storms draw other stragglers to the station–an abused, pregnant Indian girl and a band of naive gold seekers. Drawn into their desperate plights, Brannon plunges into a dangerous mission to rescue a young boy from the Utes, and then himself as he becomes the target of an outlaw band. Written in the tradition of Zane Grey, Luke Short, and Louis L’Amour, “Hard Winter at Broken Arrow Crossing” recreates the tumultuous old West where good battles evil.

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  • Reluctant Warrior

    $25.99

    Union army officer Cameron Scott is used to being obeyed, but nothing about this journey to Lake Tahoe has gone as expected. He’s come to fetch his daughter and nephew, and seek revenge on the people who killed his brother. Instead he finds himself trapped by a blizzard with two children who are terrified of him and stubborn but beautiful Gwen Harkness, who he worries may be trying to keep the children.

    When danger descends on the cabin where they’re huddled, Cam is hurt trying to protect everyone and now finds Gwen caring for him too. He soon realizes why the kids love her so much and wonders if it might be best for him to move on without them. When she sees his broken heart, Gwen decides to help him win back their affection–and in the process he might just win her heart as well.

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  • Reluctant Warrior

    $14.99

    Union army officer Cameron Scott is used to being obeyed, but nothing about this journey to Lake Tahoe has gone as expected. He’s come to fetch his daughter and nephew, and seek revenge on the people who killed his brother. Instead he finds himself trapped by a blizzard with two children who are terrified of him and stubborn but beautiful Gwen Harkness, who he worries may be trying to keep the children.

    When danger descends on the cabin where they’re huddled, Cam is hurt trying to protect everyone and now finds Gwen caring for him too. He soon realizes why the kids love her so much and wonders if it might be best for him to move on without them. When she sees his broken heart, Gwen decides to help him win back their affection–and in the process he might just win her heart as well.

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  • Cowboys And Angels

    $12.95

    Deep in the red-rock country of 1860s Arizona, rancher Jessi Burke catches out-of-work cowboy Slade Jackson with one of her prize horses. Despite his claims of innocence, she’s convinced he has rustled her missing herd. But when a band of Apache raiders chases the pair across the desert plains, Jessi and Slade must set aside their dispute and work together to save their lives.

    Jessi and Slade become trapped atop a mesa with vengeful Apache warrior. There, the survival of these three enemies will depend on mutual understanding . . . and Providence.

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  • Daisys Parrot

    $11.00

    Pure Force Enterprises Inc

    Daisy and her mother visit American Joe’s new house for lunch. They meet other WWII service-men, who explain how a parrot may have a very different meaning to them than what Daisy expected.

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  • Dancers Letter

    $15.99

    Sheriff Adonai, The Dancer’s Letter, is the latest installment in the series. Every Monday morning at the Rock Springs Jail had begun the same way for over twenty years. From his dusty cell, Jamison Hunt religiously took out pen and paper and in an attempt to pour out his contrition, wrote a letter directly from his broken heart. But the words of a broken father were never read; each envelope was returned with a red stamp declaring the letters were “Unclaimed”. Some say she relished in his demise and even hosted a party at the announcement of his death.

    Believing their family members were now in Havenwood, Bracken, Heather and Samuel’s journey to learn more about their missing loved ones will take them back to the abandoned homestead of Mr. Hunt. After finding clues outlining the horrific events which occurred inside the Hunt cabin, Bracken makes the decision to finish what his father, Misief, had started years earlier.

    -How far would you go to try to seek forgiveness from the one you hurt so badly?
    -Can they even find her after so many years?
    -Can the sins of a father ever be forgiven?

    This powerful story, which is filled with adventure, suspense, love, and mystery, will enrich your heart and remind you of the overwhelming power of forgiveness!

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  • Too Far Down

    $16.00

    When an explosion at the mine kills workers and damages the CR Company, the Boden family is plunged deep into the heart of trouble yet again. As they try to identify the forces against them once and for all, Cole Boden finds himself caught between missing his time back in the east, and all that New Mexico offers–namely, his family and cowgirl Melanie Blake.

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  • Miracle At Callers Spring Ranch

    $13.00

    The three million dollar syndicated stallion lay motionless against the sand. “What’s wrong with him, Wyatt?” asked Colt as he ran toward the horse. “Oh no, he’s not getting up!” Blue Boy was cast and could not stand.
    Who would have ever believed that a thousand pound, three-time world champion cutting horse would need help getting up? In Miracle at Caller’s Spring Ranch, the Reeses, a fourth-generational ranching family on the brink of financial and emotional bankruptcy, find out that everybody needs help sometimes. Using a hollow cave on the back side of the homestead and a former five-time all-around world champion cowboy-turned-financial advisor, the awesome power of God is about to transform not only the Reese family and their ranch, but spark a national movement.

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  • Man True

    $14.95

    A strong body has run in my family for many generations. Broad shoulders, hands larger than most, and just enough love of a good fight when put upon to convince men they had made a mistake.

    Elijah Johnson was that man of true strength in body and mind. But he carried the grief of the family and friends he had lost because of a country at war. And he carried a load of sorrows that only the peace of God almighty could help him carry.
    On his way to a journey of thousands of miles to begin a new life, he meets a baby girl and her mother. As Elijah steps in to do the right thing, so begins a tale of God’s divine, predestined hand at work, bringing people together.

    Elijah learns to trust in God always, and to pray in troubled times. With his newfound trust in God, the lives of the ones he helps will never be the same.

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  • Return To Callers Spring Ranch

    $14.00

    I’ve been anxiously waiting a return to Caller’s Spring to see how the Lord would continue to use the Reese family. Their journey of healing, hope and transformation was only just the beginning! Return to Caller’s Spring not only illustrates the transformative power of what can happen when we turn the reins of our lives over to Jesus, but it also gives the reader a beautiful picture of faith, hope and peace when dealing with the inevitable storms of life. From beginning to end, this story has something for everyone. It’s packed with the message of change through Christ and Cowboy Recovery, the power of possibility through sacrifice, and God’s fingerprints are all over it! There’s no doubt you will be inspired and challenged by the miracles happening when you Return to Caller’s Spring!

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  • Shots At Iron Mountain

    $16.00

    The murder of fourteen-year-old Willie Nickel caused an uproar in southern Wyoming and the public demanded finding the culprit and appropriate punishment. About seven months later Tom Horn, a cattle detective hired by the big ranchers, was arrested and charged with this crime. His lawyer, John W. Lacey and a solitary reporter from Denver, are convinced that Horn is innocent and they try their best to prove that the whole trial is actually a conspiracy by small ranchers, mostly rustlers, to silence Horn once for all. However, in spite of the fact that defense refuted most of the prosecution’s arguments and testimonies, the jury found him guilty and recommended the capital punishment by hanging. The story is based loosely on historical facts and legal documents and it is also supplemented by “Chatting with the Chief of Indian Scouts” to provide some insight in Horn’s background. The Shots at Iron Mountain illustrates the conflict between an individual and rapid societal changes which he cannot or perhaps does not want to accept. The story also highlights politicization and abuses within the judicial system which favor certain special interest groups – a phenomenon too frequent in modern history.

    Western author Jiri Cernik’s The Shots at Iron Mountain: A Story of Two Men – Tom Horn and Geronimo is an action-packed Western novel that brings voice to many of the West’s best-known characters, whose violent lives ended on the battlefield, in prison or at the end of a hangman’s noose.

    – Stuart Rosebrook, Ph.D., Senior Editor, True West magazine

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  • Long Time Gone

    $16.00

    Connealy Combines Western Action and Charming Historical Romance

    The Boden clan thought their problems had ended with the death of a dangerous enemy, but have they truly uncovered the real plot to take their New Mexico ranch? Rancher Justin Boden is now in charge. He is normally an unshakable and rugged man, but with his brother, Cole, shot and in mortal danger, even a tough man faces doubts. And it doesn’t help that Angie DuPree, the assistant to the doctor trying to save Cole, is as distracting a woman as Justin ever laid eyes on.

    With her and the doc’s timely skills, Cole looks to be on the mend, and Justin and the rest of the Bodens can turn their attention back to the dangers facing them. It’s clear now that everything that’s occurred is part of a much bigger plot that could date back to a decades-old secret. Can they uncover all the pieces before danger closes in on them, or is the threat to the ranch even bigger than any of the Bodens could imagine?

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  • Encounter At Rock Pointe

    $15.99

    Sheriff Adonai, The Encounter at Rock Pointe, is the story of a young man, Misief Stone, and his journey to stay one step ahead of a mysterious sheriff, a stranger, and a broken past that is constantly pursuing him.

    The story is set in the Old West as the Oregon Trail was opening for passage. After losing it all as a young boy, Misief struggles to survive in the unforgiving western wilderness. Meeting Nainsi, the girl of his dreams, she wonders if she can
    convince Misief to give up his old ways or will his past forever destroy any hope of a bright future.

    Will he surrender his fight or will he follow in the footsteps of those before him? You will laugh; you will cry; you will cheer; but ultimately you will have to answer the question for yourself, “Are you going to surrender?”

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  • Search For Havenwood

    $15.99

    Sheriff Adonai, Search for Havenwood, is the second book in the series. The saga of the Stone family continues, as Bracken Stone embarks upon a journey to find the love that has mysteriously slipped through his fingers. However, Lucas Benson and his cohorts are determined to ensure his mission ends in failure.

    After finding abandoned clothing, a very special Christmas ornament, and an empty cabin, how far will Bracken go to recover the memories of better days?

    -Will the power of love be enough to overcome their fears?
    -Does Nainsi forgive Misief for his mistakes?
    -Will Nainsi and Misief have a future together?
    -Does Jamison get the message from Sheriff Jachin?

    All of these, and many other questions, will be answered in a story filled with adventure, suspense, love, and mystery. You will laugh, you will cry, and you might even find yourself trembling in fear; but ultimately you will have to ask yourself the question, “How far would you go to find the missing love of your life?

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  • Down Squash Blossom Road

    $14.95

    What Secret Lies Down Squash Blossom Road? Cowgirl Reba Cahill’s schedule is full. Save the family ranch. Free her mom from a mental institute. Take another road trip. Solve a murder and a kidnapping. Plus, evade a stalker. Can she also squeeze in romance? Reba Cahill thought she could focus on the duties of the ranch, to help out her widowed grandmother. But a crippled Champ Runcie returns to Road’s End in a wheelchair and seeks revenge for the accident that put him there. Meanwhile, a letter from her estranged mom forces her and Grandma Pearl back on the road: I can leave now. Come get me. Love, Mom When they arrive in Reno, her mother issues a demand and refuses to return to Idaho. They head west instead. In California, Reba’s friend Ginny’s marriage is on the rocks. The family business is threatened. And squabbles turn deadly. Reba must dig deep to find the courage to forge a relationship with her mom and escape a crazed man’s obsession. She also faces an uncertain future even as a horse trainer offers her a new horse to replace Johnny Poe … and maybe more.

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  • Peach Blossom Rancher

    $14.99

    SKU (ISBN): 9781944430221Ada BrownellBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2016Peaches And Dreams # 2Publisher: Elk Lake Publishing Print On Demand Product

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  • No Way Up

    $16.00

    New Western Romance Series from Bestselling Author Mary Connealy
    When Cimarron ranch patriarch Chance Boden is caught in an avalanche, the quick actions of hired hand Heath Kincaid save him. Badly injured, Chance demands that his will be read and its conditions be enforced immediately.

    Without anyone else to serve as a witness, Heath is pressed into reading the will. If Justin, Sadie, and Cole Boden don’t live and work at home for the entire year, the ranch will go to their low-down cousin Mike.

    Then Heath discovers the avalanche was a murder attempt, and more danger might follow. Deeply involved with the family, Heath’s desire to protect Sadie goes far beyond friendship. The danger keeps them close together, and their feelings grow until being apart is the last thing on their minds.

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  • Clouds Over Okotoks

    $20.00

    “Clouds Over Okotoks” explores one young man’s path in pursuit of his inmost desire. Family, friends, the people of Okotoks, the rodeo community, the province of Alberta, geography, and religion all have a share in Tyler Stedman’s determination and spirit, either in supportive favor or with precaution and fear. These are ordinary people leading what seem to be ordinary lives, but the extraordinary and that which is special and precious happen. “Clouds Over Okotoks” is, ultimately, a celebration of the spirit of the Canadian West.

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  • Stay Away From That City They Call It Cheyenne

    $10.99

    Married life for Tap and Pepper isn’t turning out quite the way they planned. The ranch is gone. They’ve moved to Cheyenne. And Pepper has been feeling rather poorly lately. But at least Tap has found a job that takes what he’s got – integrity, nerves of steel, and a fast draw. Those things come in handy when you’re a deputy marshall. But just as life seems to be settling down, Tap suddenly finds himself as acting marshall in a town that has little regard for the law. And it’s not a pretty sight. He soon discovers just how hard it is to simultaneously hold off a vigilante crowd hungry for a lynching, control a wayward deputy who thinks he should be in charge, keep his lovely wife from worrying herself sicker, and uncover who’s behind the trouble in Cheyenne. It’s enough to push his patience and – faith – to be the breaking point. When the city council relieves Tap of his duties and Pepper of her worries, it’s time to move on. But Tap just can’t let things go. Why? Why can’t he just leave Cheyenne to itself and concentrate on helping Pepper get through what’s ailing her? Why does he have to put the lives of his family, his friends, and himself on the line for what is right?

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  • 1 Went To Denver And The Other Went Wrong

    $8.99

    Tap Andrews is fed up with his past. And he’s sick and tired of fighting off every gun-toting bounty hunter who wants to make quick cash by dragging him back to Arizona. He knows he’s innocent. And his fiancee Pepper Paige believes it. All he has to do is prove it. And Pepper’s determined to follow him anywhere–until she hears he’s headed to Denver. She can’t return to Denver and face her past. Not for anyone. Even Tap. Not ever. So, Tap leaves, alone. Then Pepper is forced to go to Denver after all. What will happen when their paths collide? Can their new-found love and faith survive the startling revelations?

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  • Its Your Misfortune And None Of My Own

    $10.99

    Cowboy and prison escapee Tap Andrews has learned that to stay alive he needs three things: a fast horse, a quick hand, and enough smarts to know when to get out of town! Which he has done. But now he tries to pass himself off as a respectable rancher. Meanwhile, Pepper Paige is sick and tired of the fighting and emptiness of her life as a dance-hall girl. And she’s tired of fearing violent patron, Jordan Beckett. She gets a chance to escape when a woman injured in a stagecoach wreck dies in her room. She assumes the woman’s identity and travels to meet the rancher the woman was going to marry and only knew through letters. What will happen when the pair meet?

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  • Cowboy In The Moonlight

    $15.99

    Sometimes Beauty is Better Seen with the Eyes Closed

    Lillian Rauling is among four English women on a ship bound for matrimony. She’s the orphaned daughter of a once-famous opera singer, and her beauty has been nothing but a curse. This time that curse has driven her to flee the authorities and avoid prison by escaping to America. She daydreams that a rugged cowboy will await her on the moonlit horizon and that he’s able to see past her lovely face and into her lonely heart. Not until she hears a voice so magnificent that it steals her breath away does she realize that true happiness lies in her own willingness to look past a cowboy’s outward appearance and into his Godly heart.

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  • Star Dancers Summer Journey 2nd Edition

    $12.95

    A trilogy of the Gannon family from Idaho 1880; Star Dancer Gannon, is rescued by a handsome man who is wanted by the law. Their adventure is woven with dangerous intrigue; they seek answers in both spiritual and family matters.

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  • Legend Of The Grizzly Spirit

    $22.00

    “The Legend of the Grizzly Spirit” by Charles L. Holcomb Jr. tells the tale of Matt Saxton, a young man from New York City who travels across the country on the Oregon Trail, as he makes his way to Portland with a band of other Americans.

    Matt has always been the kind of person who stands out in the crowd, as he is resourceful, smart, brave, and cunning. Throughout the novel, Matt faces the conflict of growing up, as he is forced to understand what is right and wrong, while using his natural ability to protect others.

    This western themed novel follows his adventures as he has run in with Indians, wild animals, and treacherous conditions of nature. As the narrative goes on the fable of Matt grows, as he tames a wild horse, saves the lives of multiple men, and charms four different ladies to fall in love with him. As we follow along the journey to achieve American Expansion, this epic novel binds together elements of historical fiction and romance. One part tall tale, and one part legend, Holcomb’s book is sure to entertain.

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  • Spirit Of The White Eagle

    $18.00

    In the American Wild West, the only law is the gun, and justice hinges on the speed and skill of man wielding it. Orphaned in the state of Virginia and fleeing conscription into the Confederate Army, Matt Clayton makes his way to Mexico, then braves Comanche territory to head north. It’s there Clayton meets the beautiful Comanche princess Desert Flower, whose spirit will watch over him as he travels the West, building a reputation as a fast gunslinger and an honest man.

    When Becky Morrison’s husband and father are gunned down by the greedy Vince McKenna and his gang, Clayton finds more than he ever expected on the Circle K Ranch: love, a home, a future. But for a man like Matt Clayton, there is no peace until justice has been done. McKenna and his allies must pay for their crimes. But can one man bring down the quickest guns of the West? Under the guidance of the White Eagle, Matt Clayton might just have a chance.

    “Spirit of the White Eagle” is a classic Western, with nods to legends like Kit Carson, Wyatt Earp, and Doc Holliday. Matt Clayton struggles with good and evil, with loss and hope, with friendship and disappointment, trying to find his place in a rapidly changing world, a world not so different from our own.

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  • Hawks Dont Say Goodbye

    $6.99

    It’s summer in Galena, Nevada. Everyone is leaving town for good! After the harshest winter on record and the shutdown of the Shiloh Gold mine, Nathan and his friends watch as businesses board up and houses empty. Rumor has it that even their school may close. Who will be the next to move away? When the bank is robbed, Nathan and Leah get their answer. It’s not one they’d have chosen. In facing the loss of his friends, Nathan discovers what makes a town feel like home. Finally, in a deserted hotel, Nathan and Leah come face-to-face with the bank robbers. They encounter the most frightening showdown of their lives.

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  • Never Dance With A Bobcat

    $6.99

    Nathan’s got a real job for the summer. He’ll be helping Push-Bill Horn freight supplies to the booming, brawling mining town of 10, Nevada. However, his dog Tona’s disastrous fight with a bobcat on the second trip out thrusts Nathan into a dilemma. He wants revenge. And he desperately wants to save Tona’s life. Will he take Push-Bill’s advice to do the kind thing and put Tona out of his misery? Then, later in a chilling face-off at gunpoint, Nathan confronts two bushwhackers intent on stealing his gold. He also meets new friends: the six Rialto sisters who are trying to made a go of a ranch by themselves. This complicates his relationship with his good friend, Leah.

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  • Last Stubborn Buffalo In Nevada

    $6.99

    For only a dollar, Thunder is a terrific bargain. But what does a boy do with a dangerous 2,500-pound buffalo that can break out of any corral ever built? Nathan Riggins has to find some way to keep Thunder from killing someone or being killed. He finally decides to donate his buffalo to the Carson City Zoo. But getting him there will be a problem. Thunder has already destroyed one rail car and damaged the train’s engine. The railroad refuses to ship him again. The answer comes in a surprising way.

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  • Me And Bobby McGee

    $10.00

    Enamored with all things Western, fatherless Wesley grew up on working in the stockyards on the prairie cleaning corrals and feeding cattle, dreaming about leaving home for adventure. Hanging onto the details of stories of a few men from the West who passed through his young life momentarily, he learns that, to live there, the first thing one must do is become strong and acquire a gun and a horse. He’s also warned to be wary of dangerous outlaws. After buying a pistol off of a down-on-his-luck cowboy traveling through town, young Wesley learns to shoot. The cowboy invites him to look him up if he ever makes it out to New Mexico, where he’s widely known. Four years later his mom’s latest beau gets transferred to Denver, and Wesley joins them eagerly at the opportunity to see the West. Soon enough he saddles up a horse and tracks down his friend Bobby McGee, the mysterious cowboy who sold him a pistol as a thirteen-year-old boy in New Mexico. After their meet-up, Wesley gets the thrill of his life as he journeys alongside Bobby through northern New Mexico chasing down a gang of ruthless bandits who stole Bobby’s cattle and murdered his friends. Along the way he meets a pretty, half-Sioux girl, and travels with her and her father, Jeremiah, to the dangerous, heavily guarded Black Hills of South Dakota in Sioux country to mine for gold. After finding love and great fortune, Wesley eventually seems to settle right into his new life. Seemingly a nobody who came from nowhere, Wesley finds his place, home, and family far away in the West. But with friends like Bobby McGee around, you never can tell what adventure you may find yourself in next. Bobby is counting on Wesley’s sharp shooting and steady nerves to help him in a standoff with a presumptuous Texan who’s hell bent on taking every rancher’s land in the Red River Valley for himself.

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  • You Can Always Trust A Spotted Horse

    $6.99

    Onepenny is the kind of horse Nathan always wanted. He’s smart, loyal and easy to handle. Plus, this unusual horse with the spotted rump can do tricks. So Nathan is delighted when he makes a trade with Onepenny’s owner. But soon after, Nathan encounters a posse looking for a stagecoach robber who had ridden a spotted horse. Seems the former owner wasn’t the drifter he claimed to be. And when Nathan discovers Onepenny can lead him to the outlaw’s home, he wonders what he’ll do if he faces him again.

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  • Coyote True

    $7.99

    Nathan couldn’t believe it. He, his dad, and his friend Colin were going on a cattle drive. But as they set out, the trip took unexpected turns. Nathan’s dad had to leave them to hunt down an escaped crook. Then Colin’s friend Leah finagled her way along. When Pepper the cook hurt his foot and had to return to camp, the three kids were on their own. How would they round up cattle when they had never done it before? And how should they deal with the coyote family living beneath their cabin? Soon their situation turned ugly. Hungry coyotes try to take a newborn calf. And the escapee found their camp and threatened to kill Nathan, ambush Nathan’s dad, and hold Colin and Leah for ransom.

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  • Cactus Jumpers

    $22.00

    The town of Emerald, California is a quiet, mostly peaceful place. The struggle for power between Moss Williams, the head of the Rancher’s Association, and Skip Traeger, the local business tycoon who owns half the town goes mostly unnoticed by the townsfolk until a body turns up in the water hole. Now, Marshal Mason Boydette has to get to the bottom of the biggest mystery Emerald has ever seen. But the Marshal isn’t alone. Along the way, he’ll try to get help from his trusty deputy, an unorthodox trio of drifters who blow into town, the local minister, and a town full of people who are forced to make a choice between justice and the easy way out. Everyone’s lives are turned upside-down, and everyone must take sides before it is to late and their entire way of life disappears forever.

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  • Wind In The Wires

    $12.99

    A cowgirl searches for love and family. An old man seeks justice. A journey they take together exposes a tale of lies and betrayal. Will the truth be too hard for either to bear?

    It’s 1991. Reba Cahill loves ranching with Grandma Pearl in north central Idaho. But there’s a lot of work and only two of them. Can she find a man worthy of her attentions and strong enough to help her run the ranch? She finds few prospects in the small town of Road’s End. But Reba is also missing something else: her mother. Deserted by her at three-years-old and never knowing her dad, she feels a sense of longing and loss. And bitterness. When elderly, quirky Road’s End citizen Maidie Fortress dies, Uncle Seth presents Reba Cahill with an expensive piece of jewelry that turns Reba’s world upside down. She is thrust into a journey with Seth that exposes dark family secrets and two cold case murders. The evidence leads her down unexpected paths and towards unsuspected admirers. Will the truth also ruin all hope for romance?

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  • Tried And True

    $16.00

    Kylie Wilde fought in the Civil War dressed as a boy and now she’s homesteading as a man. But she makes one lousy man! When land agent Aaron Masterson comes to inspect her claim, he immediately realizes she’s a woman. She begs him not to tell, but can he in good conscience defraud the U.S. government, even if she really did serve in the war?

    Aaron is interested in the little spitfire from the moment her long hair falls from her cap, but when he tells her of his plan to stake his own claim, farther west and up in the mountains, she draws away. Kylie’s focus is to “prove up” her homestead, sell it for a profit, move back east, and live the rest of her life in civilization.

    But all Kylie’s future plans are put in jeopardy when someone tries to burn her out. Who would attack her way out here? Aaron and Kylie suspect it’s the local land baron–but Gage Coulter denies any involvement. He does suggest a way for Kylie to stay safe, though–marry him! More attacks scare Kylie near to death, and she can’t face living on her own any longer. Should she tie her fortune to Gage or Aaron? Either choice will put an end to her dreams of a civilized life. And what if marrying doesn’t stop the attacks after all?

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  • 4th Times The Charm

    $9.99

    Hawse Pipe Ministries

    “Women are nothing but trouble.” And based on Sheriff Brennan’s experiences, he would know. But trouble has a way of finding Miss Angela Reese. A husband for the sweet, albeit flighty, waitress would make his job a whole lot easier. And Angel thinks the sheriff is just the man for the job!

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  • Rustlers And The Texas Trail

    $19.99

    Fifteen-year-old Amy S. Kentworthy is in for the adventure of a lifetime when she and her friends find a herd of stolen cattle on a mountain near her family’s ranch in Durango, Wyoming-and narrowly escape an encounter with the cattle thieves themselves!

    In an effort to return the swindled cattle to their rightful owner, Rocking H Ranch, Amy and her father Clint Kentworthy embark on a dusty cattle drive to Texas. Little does she know the many dangers they will face along the way. Dust storms, wolves, and bank robbers each threaten to halt the journey, and the return of the perilous cattle thieves changes everything.

    Can they bring help in time to stop the rustlers and save the cattle? Will Amy’s faith provide her with the courage she needs to face the very same thieves who dared to steal hundreds of cattle? Join Amy in this exciting western adventure as she learns valuable lessons on life, family, and the faith it takes to make it in a ranchin’ world.

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  • Red Gold

    $14.99

    Mandy Phillips loves life with her husband running an adventure ranch in the Colorado mountains, but when Mr. Shonee, their crotchety old neighbor, tries to stop them from building a kid-size old west town their dreams of expansion are crushed. Is Shonee just being a difficult neighbor, or is something more sinister going on? A discovery on the property of Colorado’s state mineral leads to more mysteries for the ranch, and then a teenage guest finds herself thrust head first into danger. Mandy will have to rescue her, but who will rescue Mandy? Her faith in God is her only source to keep the guests safe, solve the mysteries surrounding her ranch, save her neighbor from himself, and discover the secrets of the Red Gold.

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  • Dusty And The Cowboy

    $12.00

    Book 2 of the Cowboy Trilogy Cowboy did not find Ray Patterson in Cowtown. His old pal was two years dead. Without Ray’s help, he would struggle to find Brother Van, the itinerant preacher, wherever that man might be in this wide open land. Locating the wandering evangelist was the only chance Cowboy had a real peace. His journey had begun. Excerpt: “A horse with an empty saddle wandering the trail alone, and no rider in sight, spells trouble. The man might have been pitched when his pony’s foot found the gopher hole. Or possibly he tumbled when he leaned east at the time his hoss jack-knifed south. Likely the man got his spine wrinkled in the process. As a result, he lived out a cowboy’s great fear: being left afoot. Injured, lame, stove-up, or worse; at the very least, the man ended up miles away from where he wanted to be. Now, shame-faced, he had to walk on thin-soled boots just to get back there.”

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  • Walks Alone

    $15.99

    A Cheyenne warrior bent on vengeance. A pioneer woman bent on fulfilling a dream. Until their paths collide.

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  • Bad Lands

    $12.00

    After the great war between the North and the South, two black Americans, John Quincy and Milo, hooked up with each other heading west to seek out their destiny.
    Along the treacherous trails, death and danger lurked everywhere as they contended with thieves, murderers, rustlers, and posses bent on bringing would-be black pioneers back to the Northern plantations, from whence they came. In one such encounter, they saved a group of black people, desperate to found a place they could call home, from the hands of one such posse, led by Kas Lavender.

    In the plains and mountains of Colorado, J.Q., Milo, and the group of black settlers found a new meaning about human existence, discovered a new way of living, established roadshows, and found meaningful partnerships and relationships, while loving and dedicating themselves to the land.

    But is all of it ever meant to stay in their hands, when Kas and his crew never ceased to cast murderous eyes against the blasphemous newcomers?

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  • North To The San Luis Valley

    $12.00

    SKU (ISBN): 9781434912978Archie RoyBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2012Publisher: Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. Print On Demand Product

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  • Lady Like Sarah

    $7.99

    She’s an outlaw; he’s a preacher. Both are in need of a miracle. Sarah Prescott has never known a respectable life. Just a hardscrabble childhood and brothers who taught her to shoot first and ask questions later. Justin Wells left Boston in disgrace, heading out alone on the dusty trail to Texas. But when the once-respected clergyman encounters a feisty redhead in handcuffs with a dying U.S. Marshal at her side, their journey takes a dramatic turn. His high society expectations and Sarah’s outlaw habits clash from the start. With a price on her head and towing an orphaned baby rescued from the brink of starvation, Justin and Sarah make the difficult journey toward Rocky Creek. There, justice will be meted out. Perhaps–they hope–with a healthy portion of grace. Filled with mishaps, laughs, and adventure, Margaret Brownley’s inspiring romance will keep readers cheering for Sarah as she struggles to become a true lady.

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  • Earthbound Child Of God

    $10.99

    Preface
    Prologue
    1. The Horror
    2. 8 Seconds
    3. Fresh Start Of An Old Beginning
    4. Encore Re-run
    5. A Summer Breeze Full Of Wonder
    6. Brotherly Love
    7. Free Fall
    8. Soft Lips: No Values
    9. Witness ’til Proven Guilty
    10. Chance At New Beginnings
    11. Today, Tomorrow, And Forever
    Epilogue
    About The Author
    Contact The Author

    Additional Info
    Samantha Bennett’s life was a nightmare.

    Dealing with the untimely death of her mother and the abuse of her cruel father was too much for teenager Samantha Bennett to handle. But, for the first time in her life, this courageous, rodeo-riding young woman is finally learning what it means to be loved and to be part of a real family. Samantha is more than ready to begin a new chapter of her life. But when her past comes back to haunt her, will anyone be able to save her?

    In Earthbound Child of God, author Laurel Payne tells the story of the beautiful restoration and healing that can only come from the love, grace and compassion of Jesus Christ. Full of exciting adventures and set against the backdrop of the fast-paced rodeo environment, it shows that no matter where you come from or what you have been through, God loves you. Even in the midst of your struggles, He is always there. He hears your cries and will come to your rescue when no one else can.

    Earthbound Child of God will touch your heart and fill you with hope, reminding you that you are loved and are worth much more than you think.

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  • Broken Guitar

    $9.00

    In The Broken Guitar, Nicole Sweeney takes readers through a tale of heartbreak, romance, and recovery. A classic Southwestern love story, this book highlights the importance of love, friendship, and family as the narrator battles troubles with work, her health, and her romantic relationship.

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  • Westward The Dream

    $15.00

    As the U.S. descends into the Civil War, photographer Brenton Baldwin travels west with his sister Jordana, taking pictures of the developing lands and in search of their sister. Along for the trip is young Caitlan O’Connor, who has just arrived from Ireland. Will they make it to California to find their family despite the danger that looms ahead? And can early romance grow into love in the face of trials and tragedy?

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  • Beyond Forgiveness

    $16.99

    Tracson Cordera and his cousin Billy were best friends. They’d built their cattle ranches side by side during the Gold Rush years in Montana Territory. One spring day Trac made a foolish bet with his head-strong cousin. Billy was killed, leaving his young wife Janie a widow. Trac’s guilt and Janie’s hatred of him changed everything. He couldn’t stay and he couldn’t go, but one thing he knew… he could not abide Janie’s contempt. There was one other secret he kept buried deep in his heart. She’d chosen Billy, but Trac had loved Janie from the moment he’d laid eyes on her when she was a young girl. And what could he do about that now?

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  • McKenzie : A Novel

    $12.99

    “Desperate times call for desperate measures” is the reasoning that prompts McKenzie Worthington, a young lady of Boston’s high society, to respond to an ad for a mail-order bride for a man in the Montana Territory. McKenzie is desperate, after all, to save her beloved younger sister, Kaydie, from her evil, abusive husband, who robs banks for a living. And so, it is with reckless determination that McKenzie runs away from the comforts of home and hearth to head West and meet her new husband-whom she’ll divorce, of course, after she rescues her sister. “Desperate times call for desperate measures” is the reasoning that also prompts Zachary Sawyer, a rugged rancher after God’s own heart, to post an ad for a mail-order bride in various newspapers across the country. Managing a ranch and caring for his adoptive son, Davey, has become more than one man can handle alone, and Zach prays for God to send him a wife with whom to build a life and share his dreams. When McKenzie arrives at Zach’s ranch, she immediately puts her plan in motion, searching for her sister and doing all she can to keep her new husband from forming an attachment. But his persistent kindness and significant self-sacrifices begin to change her heart-and ruin her plans. God has a way of working things out to the good of those who love Him, though, as McKenzie and Kaydie will soon see.

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  • Deadlock

    $15.99

    The Zarbo brothers are seasoned outlaws with a reputation for killing. Already wanted in two states, they set their sights on Colorado and a string of bank robberies. They don’t count on running into Chief U.S. Marshal John Brockman.

    John arrests Lee Zarbo, but his brothers remain in hiding. Lee’s sentence to death by hanging incites them to desperate measures. They’ll do anything to get him out alive. Even kidnap the Chief U.S. Marshal’s daughter.

    When John learns of his young daughter’s captivity and the conditions for her release, he must turn to the Lord for direction. It takes all the faith he can muster to wait for the answer. Without freeing a dangerous criminal, can John find Ginny before they kill her?

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  • Dangerous Heart : Will Gingers Thirst For Vengence Keep Her From Finding Tr

    $14.99

    In the conclusion to Tracey Bateman’s riveting Westward Hearts series, Ginger struggles between her desire for revenge and her newfound faith which requires forgiveness.

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  • Prodigal Of The Pecos

    $12.50

    Clint Cooper returns home after many years to find the land of his birth embroiled in a bitter and deadly land war. An Eastern powerbroker, bent on fencing off the West Texas range for his own profit, hires gunslingers to bully the local ranchers and farmers into submission. As the Pecos River runs red with the blood of the innocent, Cooper emerges to make a stand, determined to keep his faith and his family intact-or die trying.

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  • City Girl

    $17.99

    Harvest House Print On Demand

    City girl Reagan Sullivan may know her way around New York City, but nothing back East has prepared her for the land of armadillos and tall Texans. Chasing after adventure to blur an unhappy past, the highly independent Reagan has landed a job out West-but quite clearly she is not out to land a husband. When the gentle rancher Cash Rawlings comes into her life, Reagan finds herself intrigued with the man and his faith-but love and commitment are adventures this city girl has vowed never to embark upon. Will Reagan be able to come to terms with her fragile past and discover a new way of living without fear? And will the faith and peace that belong to so many of her new friends ever enter her own life? About This Series: Grab your hat and horse and head to the Lone Star state in the pages of the popular Yellow Rose Trilogy (nearly 500,000 sold)! Lori’s engaging characters, heartwarming romances, and inspirational truths team with fresh new covers to please fans and win new readers everywhere.

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  • Texas Sky

    $17.99

    Harvest House Print On Demand Title

    Dakota Rawlings, Texas Ranger, is accustomed to big adventure…but nothing in his work has prepared him for the seemingly easy task of escorting Miss Darvi Wingate to the town of Stillwater and on to Aurora. Quick-witted, game for anything, and just as passionate about her newfound faith as Dakota is about his, Darvi seems to find trouble under every rock. When she becomes a pawn in one of the biggest rackets in town, she wonders if even a Texas Ranger can get her out of this one. Out here in the West, the stakes are high-for money, for power, and for love…under a Texas sky. About This Series Grab your hat and horse and head to the Lone Star state in the pages of the popular Yellow Rose Trilogy (nearly 500,000 sold)! Lori’s engaging characters, heartwarming romances, and inspirational truths team with fresh new covers to please fans and win new readers everywhere.

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  • Every Little Thing About You

    $17.99

    Harvest House Print On Demand Title

    The first meeting between Slater Rawlings and Liberty Drake could hardly be called ideal. As acting deputy of Shotgun, Texas, Liberty is simply enforcing the town laws. But Slater, a former Texas Ranger with a restless spirit, is surprised to find himself on the wrong side of the law-and even more shocked to realize it’s a she who is arresting him! Yet Slater finds himself drawn to the close-knit town, to its strong church family, and especially to the fascinating Deputy Drake. As his heart grows tender toward Liberty, Slater longs to see her turn in her badge. Can Liberty, realizing her awakening feelings for the rugged cowboy, give up her position when so many townspeople have come to rely on her? As Slater and Liberty struggle to understand their own feelings and find common ground in their beliefs, God’s hand gently guides the way in this heartwarming romance. About This Series: Grab your hat and horse and head to the Lone Star state in the pages of the popular Yellow Rose Trilogy (nearly 500,000 sold)! Lori’s engaging characters, heartwarming romances, and inspirational truths team with fresh new covers to please fans and win new readers everywhere.

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  • 1 Step Over The Border

    $18.99

    Award-winning author Stephen Bly weaves the tale of a pair of contemporary cowboys on a quest across the West.

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  • Last Of The Texas Camp

    $17.99

    LAST OF THE TEXAS CAMP: 2003 Christy Award Finalist, Western Category.

    Dacee June Fortune’s mother died when she was eight, and for the next 23 years she stood at her father’s side. Even after she married, Daddy Brazos was her strength, her protection, and her idol. Now, daddy is dying.

    “Maybe it’s me.” Dacee June walked to the head of the stairs. “I just can’t let go, Sammy. It’s different for you boys. You’ve been out on your own. You know how to take care of yourself. He’s always been here to help me. I’ve been his little girl my whole life. Sammy, I don’t know if I can survive without being his little girl. It sounds horrible, doesn’t it? I’m 31-years-old, married, and I have three wonderful daughters. But I don’t know what I’m going to do without him. I really don’t.”

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  • Tears Of The Sun

    $15.99

    Book Four of the Journeys of the Stranger series finds the legendary John Stranger summoned to Apache Junction, Arizona, where a hard-fought land dispute between the local Apache and Zuni Indians has led to the wedding-day kidnapping of the son of Arizona’s governor. As terms for his return, the warriors demand weapons that can only escalate the fighting between the tribes, as well as the white men who come to the area looking for gold or-as it’s known to the Indians-“Tears of the Sun.” Readers will experience the drama and adventure as John Stranger fights to rescue Ben Wheeler and shares the tears of a very different “Son” in a dramatic new installment of the Journeys of the Stranger.

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  • Snow Ghost

    $15.99

    In the seventh installment of the Journeys of the Stranger series, legendary hero John Stranger is called in to track the “ghost” of a murder he captured three years earlier, in Butte, Montana — a man who had vowed to come back from the grave to kill the judge, the jury, Sheriff Johnson … and John Stranger. Now, the jury members are turning up dead, and the people of Butte fear that Payton has come back to have his vengeance. Crow Indian legend indicates that the killer has come back as a snow ghost — a human-shaped shadow that can be seen moving amid the falling snow. Certain that the killer is no phantom, the Stranger sets out to find the true murderer and bring him to justice in Snow Ghost.

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  • Silent Abduction : Journeys Of The Stranger Two

    $17.99

    The man in black and the woman he loves help a small town targeted by cattle rustlers. Can the Stranger keep Jim Logan’s family from destruction and rescue a beautiful woman separated from the man she loves?

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  • Circle Of Fire

    $15.99

    In the fifth installment of the Journeys of the Stranger series, legendary hero John Stranger works to break up an eight-man band of night riders who are terrorizing local ranchers near Billings, Montana. As he works to bring justice to the outlaws, John remains unaware that another “stranger” has adopted his identity and is robbing and murdering people in the area. Ultimately, the Stranger brings in the last night-riding bandit, only to find himself arrested for even worse crimes. Can the Stranger clear his name? The answer lies in Al Lacy’s Circle of Fire.

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  • Blizzard

    $16.99

    When three murderers escape from the Colorado Territorial Prison, Marshal Hollowy and the mysterious stranger track them down. A thrilling tale of faith, soul-stirring love, and a violent family vendetta.

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  • Lost Patrol

    $12.99

    Lieutenant Boyd Locklin’s assignment to escort a wagon train through Apache territory ends in the massacre of those around him – but he emerges with a pretty young woman, the lone survivor. He goes on to acquire bitter enemies and face life-or-death duels – unharmed. But what will happen when he leaves his family for the unknown horizon of the Civil War? Will he emerge from prison camps and rattlesnake pits with the same carefree courage as before? Follow Locklin on an incredible itinerary of hair-raising battles with death!

    A Man Who Laughs at Peril

    When Lieutenant Boyd Locklin arrives at the wagon train he is supposed to escort through Apache territory, what he finds is a massacre. Later, Locklin withstands yet another Indian attack to find a pretty young woman – the massacre’s sole survivor – by his side.

    What will happen next, as he leaves his growing family for the shadows of the Civil War? Who can say how long Boyd’s carefree courage will last, through close encounters with men and rattlesnakes…

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  • Last Bullet

    $12.99

    256 Pages

    Additional Info
    Clay Bostin’s fortune changes quickly on the Nebraska plains. Left to die in excruciating pain by marauding Indians, he is rescued by a wagon train and nursed back to health by lovely Rachel Flanagan. Soon afterwards, the Cheyenne attack, and Clay is chosen to replace their fallen trail boss. Now it’s his fate to protect the pioneers from the relentless assault of the Cheyenne warriors. What will happen if brutal Black Hawk reached the beautiful girl?

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  • Dead Mans Noose

    $12.99

    The dusty silence hung between them like a cloud of hate. Two days ago, Sheriff Matt Blake and his prisoner, cold-blooded killer Duke McClain, set out across the treacherous Arizona desert toward a date with destiny. Now McClain sizes up the lawman and waits to make his move – he swears he’ll take his chance with the desert before he’ll hang. Torn between vengeance and duty, Blake knows only that he will do whatever it takes to make McClain pay for what he has done.

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  • So Little Time

    $16.99

    California pioneers McClain and Rya Reardon are a match made in heaven, but time on earth together may be mercilessly short.

    Karen Kingsbury is an award-winning author and former reporter for the Los Angeles Times and Los Angeles Daily News. She is also a recognized author with the Women of Faith Fiction Club. Kingsbury lives with her husband and six children in Washington state.

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  • Dog Who Would Not Smile

    $6.49

    Nathan Riggins headed out west to the Nevada desert to search for his parents after his grandmother died. He faced one danger after another: hostile Indiands, a masked gunman, a blinding sandstorm, a rattlesnake. Now he frantically hurried from one empty building to the next. Where was everyone? How could everybody in town just disappear? In the deserted Post Office, bags of unopened mail lay everywhere. With increasing dread, he looked through the stacks of letters. He found his own letter to his parents telling them he was coming. No wonder they hadn’t waited for him here in Willow Creek. What should he do? Then a strange dog seems to adopt him and come to his rescue.

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