Grady Lind Westerns: The Man and You Never Owed Me by Gerald Hartenhoff

The Grady Lind Western Boxed Set features ‘The Man’ and ‘You Never Owed Me.’

The Man

Grady Lind is big, strong and good looking. Woman can’t keep their eyes off of him. Men are intimated by him. He’s fast with a gun and good with his fists.

When people are terribly wronged, and the law can’t or won’t help them out, they turn to Grady Lind. He can fix the problem.

You Never Owed Me

Nancy McQuay is days away from giving birth when her husband’s men catch up to her in Yankton, South Dakota. When Carolyn Lind and her mother Anne Adams see the young girl being abducted, they try to help, and are rewarded with brutality.

Grady Lind left his old life behind when he married Carolyn and had a daughter. He’s been able to avoid violence for sometime now, and he has never been happier.

Unfortunately for Grady, his wife asks him to help the young Nancy McQuay, and he reluctantly agrees. Hopefully that won’t be a decision he soon regrets.

Author: Gerald Hartenhoff

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Death at Catspaw Mountain by Norman Firth

There’s a new sheriff in town…When Dave Fraser left the small cattle town of Lobe’s End to seek his fortune as prospector, he always intended to return to marry his childhood sweetheart, Mary Ferguson. But while he was fortunate enough to make a lucky strike with gold, on his return to his old home town three years later he was met with some bad news…Mary had been murdered, her bullet-riddled body found on Catspaw Mountain.Like many other killings within Lobe’s End, Mary’s murder is thought to be linked to an elusive gang of rustlers who have long been victimising the town’s ranches, leaving a trail of thievery and death in their wake. Also like those before her, Mary’s death has remained unsolved – the subsequent string of murdered sheriffs who attempted to solve the mystery serving as an effective warning that those who try to pin down the perpetrators will suffer one inevitable consequence: death. Unwilling to suffer the same fate as his predecessors, the town’s present sheriff, Prentiss, happily refrains from enforcing the law, doing nothing to solve these crimes. It seems as though the rustlers will continue to get away with murder…That is until Fraser, determined to avenge Mary and put an end to the rustling, takes the place of Sheriff. It then becomes clear that the days of the rustlers, as well as incompetent sheriffs, are numbered…Norman Firth began his career during World War II, writing westerns and thrillers under names like Rice Ackman, Earl Ellison, and Leslie Halward. His first novel, Terror Strikes was published in 1947, two years before his death at age just 29.

Author: Norman Firth

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Wilder’s Mate (Bloodhounds #1) by Moira Rogers

The Bloodhounds series has been reissued with new covers. Try the first one for 99 cents for a limited time!Bloodhounds #1Wilder Harding is a bloodhound, created by the Guild to hunt down and kill vampires on America’s frontier. His enhanced abilities come with a high price: when the moon is full, he shifts into a creature capable of savagery beyond telling, while the new moon brings a sexual hunger that borders on madness.Rescuing a weapons inventor from undead kidnappers is just another assignment, though one with an added complication-keeping his hands off the man’s pretty young apprentice, who insists on tagging along.At odds with polite society, Satira’s only constant has been the aging inventor who treats her like a daughter. She can’t trust Wilder with her mentor’s life, not when the Guild might decide the old man isn’t worth saving. Besides, if there’s one thing she’s learned, it’s that brains are more important than brawn.As the search stretches on, Wilder finds himself fighting against time. If Satira is still at his side when the new moon comes, nothing will stop him from claiming her as his mate. And if their passion unlocks the beast inside, no one will be safe. Not even the man they’re fighting to save.

Author: Moira Rogers

Rating: Rating: 4.00 / 5
4 reviews

Grady Lind Westerns: The Man and You Never Owed Me by Gerald Hartenhoff

The Grady Lind Western Boxed Set features ‘The Man’ and ‘You Never Owed Me.’

The Man

Grady Lind is big, strong and good looking. Woman can’t keep their eyes off of him. Men are intimated by him. He’s fast with a gun and good with his fists.

When people are terribly wronged, and the law can’t or won’t help them out, they turn to Grady Lind. He can fix the problem.

You Never Owed Me

Nancy McQuay is days away from giving birth when her husband’s men catch up to her in Yankton, South Dakota. When Carolyn Lind and her mother Anne Adams see the young girl being abducted, they try to help, and are rewarded with brutality.

Grady Lind left his old life behind when he married Carolyn and had a daughter. He’s been able to avoid violence for sometime now, and he has never been happier.

Unfortunately for Grady, his wife asks him to help the young Nancy McQuay, and he reluctantly agrees. Hopefully that won’t be a decision he soon regrets.

Author: Gerald Hartenhoff

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Devine’s Law (Marshal Devine Book 1) by I. J. Parnham

Marshal Jake T. Devine’s law is simple. Nobody threatens him and lives. In his twenty-five years of law enforcement he’s always brought in his man with a bullet blasted between the eyes. So when Max Randall shoots his mouth off, claiming he knows a devastating secret about the wealthy rancher, Roy Cowie, he’s clearly spoiling for trouble – and gets it!Roy Cowie calls in Devine to arrest Max and without provocation the brutal marshal slaughters Max’s entire family. In self-preservation Max heads for the hills with Devine and his deadly Peacemaker in hot pursuit. Even when Max gains an unlikely ally in Roy Cowie’s son, his chances of seeing another sunrise are slim.Can Max survive long enough to reveal what he knows, or will the gun-toting marshal deliver yet another round of Devine’s law?

Author: I. J. Parnham

Rating: Rating: 3.50 / 5
4 reviews

Taking the High Road Box Set 1-4 by Morris Fenris

A young girl in Chantal Beauchene’s position is to be envied by her peers. Apparently she has everything: quiet beauty, intelligence, charm, surpassing musical talent, and a loving, wealthy family.Yet, there is a downside. Because of her slight accent, and her shyness, school mates not only tease but bully; and an almost unnoticeable physical deformity from babyhood holds her back from easily making friends. Also, there’s the whole teenaged angst thing, familiar to every parent.When handsome older man Jamie Redeker, spying the opportunity of a lifetime, comes along to flatter and cajole, she is young enough and naïve enough to fall for his line.The kidnapping plot he proposes achieves all he had hoped for, and the two make their escape with a backpack full of cash and a wallet full of forged credentials.At first their relationship works well enough, although Jamie is beginning to show a predilection for fast cars and fancy living. When Chantal attains her eighteenth birthday, he takes her to Las Vegas for a hasty wedding. There, he discovers an additional taste for gambling and drinking that bodes ill for their future.The ransom money has been all but used up, thanks to Jamie; and Chantal is forced into employment as a night club pianist in order to pay the bills. Much as she would like to make this union a success, Jamie is descending more and more deeply into a darker side that she cannot understand. Or accept. Not to mention that, forced by circumstances, she has left childhood behind for a rather frightening, shaky maturity.All her efforts at a rewarding partnership end the night he stumbles home in an alcoholic daze, only to attack and assault her. Finished, he disappears, leaving her broken and bleeding in their rented apartment.Chantal must somehow find her way out of this mess. But every road to escape seems blocked—by her husband.When life itself feels hopeless, in what way can Fate possibly intervene?

Author: Morris Fenris

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Grady Lind Westerns: The Man and You Never Owed Me by Gerald Hartenhoff

The Grady Lind Western Boxed Set features ‘The Man’ and ‘You Never Owed Me.’

The Man

Grady Lind is big, strong and good looking. Woman can’t keep their eyes off of him. Men are intimated by him. He’s fast with a gun and good with his fists.

When people are terribly wronged, and the law can’t or won’t help them out, they turn to Grady Lind. He can fix the problem.

You Never Owed Me

Nancy McQuay is days away from giving birth when her husband’s men catch up to her in Yankton, South Dakota. When Carolyn Lind and her mother Anne Adams see the young girl being abducted, they try to help, and are rewarded with brutality.

Grady Lind left his old life behind when he married Carolyn and had a daughter. He’s been able to avoid violence for sometime now, and he has never been happier.

Unfortunately for Grady, his wife asks him to help the young Nancy McQuay, and he reluctantly agrees. Hopefully that won’t be a decision he soon regrets.

Author: Gerald Hartenhoff

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews