Velda Johnston - Fiction - 1992 - 258 pages
Recovering from a recent shock in a rented cottage in the quaint whaling village of Hampton Harbor, twenty-four-year-old Gail Loring senses that she has been in the house ...
Frank Bonham - Fiction - 1994 - 222 pages
'A sowbelly bridegroom!' That's what Holt Bannerman had called Tom Carmody a year ago when Tom wanted to marry Holt's daughter. The rich rancher had ordered Ruth home. She ...
Richard S. Wheeler - Fiction - 2000 - 320 pages
Follows the legendary gunfighter and gambler back to Dodge City in 1919 as he tries to come to terms with his role as a frontier lawman in the days of the Wild West.
Angelia Sparrow, Naomi Brooks - Fiction - 2009
Roseanne thought she'd lost her fiancÚ, Tim, forever when he died in a car crash. Wanting to leave her something of himself, he arranged to have a diamond ring made from his ...
Tim Champlin - Fiction - 1996 - 329 pages
You could break your back piling up gold dust in the town called Deadwood. It was a tough way to make a living, but army deserters had no choice.
Chet Cunningham - Fiction - 1995 - 211 pages
Jim Steel risks his life and the wrath of Cochise and the Apache nation when he sets off in search of the fabled Apache Wall of Gold
Jake Logan - Fiction - 1993 - 182 pages
Slocum is determined to break Judge Hamilton Burke's stranglehold on Tyler's Crossing, Kansas, even if he has to infiltrate the crooked judge's squad of henchmen. Original.