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Made an orphan by shots in the night, young Austin Everett must find the killer of his father. With his friend Alto, a beautiful woman, and a one-armed vaquero named Lefty, he rides into the gold camps of Montana . . . and into a showdown that will change his life forever.


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After the loss of his wife and newborn son, stagecoach driver Clay Logan leaves behind all that he knows to escape his ghosts. From the peaceful country lanes of Ohio, to the windswept prairies of Nebraska and Wyoming, to the sedate Mormon community of Great Salt Lake City to the wild, violent mining town of Idaho City, Clay must run in search of inner peace. But instead, he finds only trouble. 

His trouble had golden blond hair and sky blue eyes, and a half-breed Iriquois Indian for a husband, who beats her mercilessly and loathes Clay from the first moment they meet.


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The legend was a lie: No man can live forever. Brothers Jake and Jason West, twice locked in mortal combat against each other without even knowing it, are now back on the same side. Their enemy is legendary Sandoval Cobra. With guns blazing, they must answer the question: Is San Cobra immortal?


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Brother against brother. A war of races. Brothers Jake and Jason West are pitted against each other in a range war, Jake on the side of disease-ridden cattle baron Brandon Chamberlain, who wants to own Pine Valley, and Jason on the side of Mexican sheepherders. The evil who rules the valley is the half brother of Chamberlain, Sandoval Cobra. How deep does the blood of the West brothers flow?


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He had more enemies than any man had a right to. Too many enemies, and too few friends. And the friends were nowhere to be found. The Yaqui Indians were breathing down his neck, and white murderers seemed to be around every corner. Wild beasts were rampant, and deadly. If Sam Coffey lived to crawl out of the Mexican desert, it would be nothing short of a miracle . . .


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Big Tappan Kittery had learned to kill in the war. Killing became a nightmare, but the end of the war was not like waking up, because the nightmare didn't end. The bloodshed continued in southern Arizona, and the bloody band of outlaws known as the Desperadoes Eight, with their leader, one-armed Savage Diablo Baraga, is bent on Kittery's demise. There was only one way for Kittery to stop the killing and to save his own life: Take down the devil.


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When Kathryn Winchester's husband ends up near death on the floor of their Idaho ranch house, it's plain his would-be killers aren't through. Now Kate must make a choice--between her Quaker upbringing and the thought of taking up a gun to save Ira's life . . . and perhaps her own. It's a race against time to find out who wants Ira Winchester dead, and why....


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Mauled by a giant grizzly and left to die, sixteen-year-old Jose's Olano's chances for life are remote. Then, like a guardian angel, comes "Gray Eagle" McAllister. Brought back from the brink of death, and trained as a mountain man, Jose must now meet his greatest challenge: to choose between loyalty ... and justice.
 


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When robbing a bank in the wrong town made Tom McLean a notorious man, the only way to survive was to run. But the posse close behind him meant to see that he never made the border. Was the woman his ticket to freedom ... or his ride to a shallow grave?
 


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Deputy sheriff Mort Dansing is hated by both sides--the white man and the Apache. While tracking a gang of escaped bank robbers, he finds himself surrounded by Apaches led by the murderous He-Who-Hates-Horses, in a cabin occupied by four hardened prospectors, a murderer, and one lonely woman with no escape from her bitter life. His badge will mean nothing here in the desert wilderness, and the only way out is through a wall of Apaches and past the guns of men who despise him for his past.
 


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This is an autographed, 8x10 glossy photo of Kirby posing for the cover of his next book.


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When the town of Drygulch, Idaho Territory, goes to the wolves, desperate men turn to Matthew Morgan--town tamer. But while Matthew Morgan may prove himself big enough and strong enough and ruthless enough to bring peace to a town, how will he survive the battle of the two beautiful women who claim his heart?


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In August of 1977, Elvis Presley, the King of Rock and Roll, died. Samuel's mother cried, and Samuel went to his room to be alone. Thus begins the first paragraph of Samuel’s Angel.

Twelve year old Samuel Jordan is a boy who lives in a shell partly of his own creation, and partly the manufacture of his lonely, isolated childhood in the mountains and fields of Virginia and Western Montana. Although Samuel is close to his brothers and sisters, he is not close in the way that he sees others interact. And one thing that Samuel longs to be able to do is tell his mother he loves her. But the thought of voicing those words leaves him cold. Samuel dreads this autumn more than any other, because he is going into junior high, and he has heard nothing but horror stories about the seventh grade. He knows his life of tranquility is over. Just prior to the end of summer vacation, he meets a girl of his own age by the name of Angelica Escalante. To his horror, she ends up in classes with him, but that isn’t the worst part. Samuel is scared of girls anyway, and this one in particular seems to want to be his friend. Samuel, unable to make normal bonds with others, is a boy without friends, but particularly female friends. Angelica’s insistence on following him around and trying to make friends is a nightmare he is not equipped to handle. From the very beginning, this union of Samuel, introverted to the point of painfulness, pessimistic about the world, poor, and lonely, and Angelica, outgoing and sweet, and able to interact in a world with adults in a way that is only a dream to Samuel, seems a terrible match. But as time rolls on, Samuel learns different. He learns that this girl, who is recovering from a serious brain tumor which could return any time, may just be the answer to his prayers. Samuel, pessimistic with no reason to be, and Angelica, optimistic in the face of all the things that have befallen her in her past, begin to understand each other, and that understanding turns into the beginnings of young love. With a “cast of characters” some of which are lovable, some despicable, and all out of Samuel’s ability to deal with, he goes through his school year with Angelica and begins to learn how to be a man.

Many of the characters in Samuel’s Angel are woven in from the real people of Jonas’s childhood, and many of the circumstances are real as well, along with all of the surroundings. Jonas himself grew up in the small farming community of Shelley, Idaho, and his relationship with this town is intimate. This shows in every page of the book. Join Jonas as he takes the reader through some of the most personal moments from his childhood and helps his protagonist, Samuel, see life anew with the help of one of the few people in the book who did not really exist, his little friend Angelica. In this wonderful slice of life, coming of age novel, you will find hopefulness in the face of great tragedy, happiness in spite of sadness, and triumph for a boy who was unable to successfully cope with the world around him.


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"The Night of My Hanging" tells the story of a man caught in a web of hate and circumstantial evidence as he is first captured and then condemned to the lynch mob's noose for a murder he didn't commit. "Don't Fall in Love in Abilene" is the tale of Jordan Farley, seasoned Texas trail boss, just arrived in the 1869 town of Abilene, Kansas, and walking into the violent confrontation involving Wild Bill Hickock. "Justice for Dallas Ford" tells the story of Dallas Ford, bound and determined to lead his posse until they capture the robber of his friend and mete out his own brand of justice against the will of the rest of the posse AND the man who was robbed. In the end, his own warped sense of justice will spell doom. These and other exciting short stories firmly set Jonas into the saddle as one of today's top writers of short fiction as well as some of the best written Western novels of our day.