"Death of a Gunfighter"
Walt Street is on a stagecoach bound for Escalante, Colorado, where he hopes to reunite with his wife after two years of living without violence at her request. But when fellow passenger Ben Rawlins recognizes him as a man with a bounty on his head, a struggle ensues and Rawlins ends up dead. Walt switches identities and all is well until he finds out that Rawlins has inherited a small ranch that the neighboring Gunhammer Ranch...
The Big Four ruled a cattle empire. They were the men who had fought and killed to win the land from the Comanches, and now they were not about to hand it over to government squatters--no matter what the consequences would be. Martin Kelso has been away for two years, and upon his return, finds that the peaceful plains he calls home have exploded in violence and murder. Cattlemen are ruthlessly driving squatters from their rightful homesteads, and...
"In two western stories--Dance-Hall Gal and Hang Him High--young men find themselves as targets of powerful men who seek to destroy them for what their fathers had. When all seems hopeless, each finds his only ally is a young woman with reasons of her own for wanting him to succeed"--
"Two Western stories: In The White Cheyenne, Julien Tremeau, Black Dog, vows vengeance on all whites for the deaths of his Indian wife and children. In Gun This Man Down, Matt Hurst returns home seeking justice for his father and brothers who were killed by a posse without benefit of a trial and soon becomes a target"--
"A group of cattlemen, known as the Cheyenne Pool, have controlled the open range, but small-time famers are looking to homestead there. When some resort to rustling, the hard-driving foreman of the Pool refuses to give in to cattle thieves and forces a showdown"--
"A nine-year-old boy is taken in a raid on a wagon train and adopted by an Arapaho to replace his own son who had died. Raised by Red Stone and Beaver Woman, he learns to see the good and the bad in both Indians and whites and struggles to find where he belongs"--Provided by publisher.
"Clyde Valle and four others ride onto Ute Reservation land in White River Valley to gather a herd of approximately a thousand government cattle that have been unattended since the Ute uprising. Technically, they were rustling, but if they can avoid the guns of Indians and outlaws, they'll be set for life"--Provided by publisher.
"After a month of trying to outrun a revenge-crazed rancher whose brother he had shot in self-defense, Sam Court returns to his hometown to make his final stand. Besides the twenty men chasing him, he finds new enemies in town and very few friends"--
"Clint Morgan was a giant of a man, but his love for his foreman's wife had produced a son while his foreman was away with the Confederate Army. When Kehoe Lamb returned, the boy was sent to his mother's relatives. Eighteen years later, Morgan Lamb returns and the violence that has been building finally erupts"--