A SMOKING GUNThe gold bug never bit Clint Adams, but he's not against providing protection to prospectors looking to strike it big--so long as the price is right. But when George Oswalt's treasure map leads him and Clint to the mother lode, the Gunsmith finds himself digging up more trouble than it's worth.The hoard isn't just overflowing with gold coins--whoever hid the treasure also stowed away some customized rifles, ones Clint recognizes as his own craftsmanship from two years back. And when the former owners show up looking to cause havoc, the Gunsmith decides to prove that making weapons isn't his only specialty...OVER FIFTEEN MILLION GUNSMITH BOOKS IN PRINT!
JUSTICE FOR HIRE Riding through Copper Canyon, Wyoming, Clint Adams is trying to mind his own business for a change. But when a man is murdered, it's everybody's business--at least according to Big Al Henry. With his son accused and awaiting trial, Big Al wants the Gunsmith to prove his boy is innocent--and he's rich enough to make it worth his while. With the town judge hell bent on convicting the boy, and the real killers still lurking around town, the job turns deadly--and that's the kind of business the Gunsmith does best. OVER FIFTEEN MILLION GUNSMITH BOOKS IN PRINT!
FUNNY MONEY Clint Adams is in St. Louis to relax and play poker when an old friend calls on him for help. Secret Service Agent Jeremy Pike is in town under an assumed name, investigating a counterfeiting operation--and he knows he's close when he's ambushed and almost killed. Now he needs a man he can trust to pick up where he left off. A man like the Gunsmith. Since anyone could be in on the scheme, Clint will have to play his cards close to the chest--even with the beautiful young woman claiming to be Pike's contact--because this time he's gambling with his life. OVER FIFTEEN MILLION GUNSMITH BOOKS IN PRINT!
RUNNING FOR HIS LIFE Someone's been using a gun to cast his vote, killing eleven candidates for the United States congress over eight years. Exhausted in their search for the culprit, the Secret Service has decided to use someone on the inside to end the bloodshed--the Gunsmith, Clint Adams. Clint soon finds himself in Austin, living in a fancy house with a butler and a cook who makes the best peach pie he's ever tasted. His gorgeous secretary Carla styles him into a distinguished candidate, dressing him in the finest clothes and taking him to parties to meet campaign donors. But the Gunsmith better not get too comfortable. Even though he's been asked to run as a democrat, the streets will soon be running red... .
BAD MEDICINE The town of Medicine Bow, Arizona, gives Clint Adams a sick feeling right from the start. It seems a deadly epidemic swept through, claiming more than a few lives and driving the rest out in a hurry. But Clint isn't about to flee the scene--especially when he discovers a little girl abandoned by her parents and a feisty young woman determined to save her home. But he soon learns that there are more survivors in town--a group of bad men sicker than any epidemic could explain. OVER FIFTEEN MILLION GUNSMITH BOOKS IN PRINT!
KILL LIST When Clint Adams walks into a saloon in Danehill, Arizona, all he wants is a cold beer, but his drink comes with a side of trouble. Riding into town after him is Jack Sonnet, a man who wants revenge against the four criminals who shot his brother--one of whom happens to be in the saloon. Clint learns that Jack is the grandson of an old friend, and he offers to watch the young man's back--not just for the men he's fixing to kill but for all the trouble that will follow... The All-Action Western SeriesOVER FIFTEEN MILLION GUNSMITH BOOKS IN PRINT!
A DAY'S JOURNEY INTO A LONG NIGHT Danger greets Clint Adams on the winding streets of the mysterious town of Larga Noche. After stable owner Danielle Hagerty loses control of one of her horses, it's up to the Gunsmith to subdue the beast before it does anyone harm. But while Clint can think of more than a few ways for Danielle to repay him, he doesn't have time for pleasure just yet. Because the Gunsmith has a special delivery for Leo Parker, owner of the Dig Dog Saloon, one that could prevent Parker from seeing red in his ledger--and his shirt front. But with one lowlife already circling in for the kill, it's up to Clint to protect the beleaguered barkeep before more than beer is spilled... OVER FIFTEEN MILLION GUNSMITH BOOKS IN PRINT!
Killer in the Spotlight When the Department of State and the British Government make a request, most people listen. And so does Clint Adams, the Gunsmith. When he hears that his friend Jim West recommended him, he takes on the job. It appears that two British actors are coming to tour America, and both governments want special protection for the national treasures. But it doesn't seem likely that two actors would need a bodyguard--until the first shot fired is a near miss. Someone is plotting to stop the tour dead in its tracks. Now, the Gunsmith must watch the audience and the actors--because he'll need all his skill to figure out who the shooter is and why he wants them all dead... OVER FIVE MILLION GUNSMITH BOOKS IN PRINT!
THE GUNSMITH'S NEWEST GIANT ADVENTURE... Clint Adams is setting the record straight and spilling his secrets... Clint Adams does not do interviews. So, when a writer from New York tracks Clint down in Denver for a story, he refuses to talk. That is, until he learns that the writer is looking to report on Clint's old friend, Wild Bill Hickok--and to paint Bill as a coward. The writer is claiming that most of the men Wild Bill killed were shot in the back, making Bill sound like some no-good snake. Clint won't stand for Bill's reputation to be dragged through the mud. He'd rather break his own rule and sit down with the writer to tell the true story, for once and for all. But to preserve the legacy of one James Butler Hickok, Clint might have to open some old wounds and share some tales he never thought he'd tell... OVER FIFTEEN MILLION GUNSMITH BOOKS IN PRINT!
BUSINESS AND PLEASURE Clint Adams is just as skilled at crafting a gun as he is with handling one, and that's why he's come to Austin. The lieutenant governor would like him to construct a gun for Governor John Ireland and is willing to pay handsomely for it. But there's something odd in how he conducts business with the Gunsmith... While riding the train into town, Clint befriends the lovely Adrienne, who's come to Austin to visit her sister, Eve. But when Eve doesn't show at the station, Clint does his best to comfort the beauty--and decides to help her find her sister. Now the Gunsmith is going to have his hands full while he's in Austin--especially when both jobs turn deadly...
Former slave Bass Reeves is now a deputy marshal. With the help of Clint Adams, he's tracking a gang of masked bank robbers, who once rode as Buffalo Soldiers. What made the heroes of the cavalry go bad? .
Deputy Marshal Clint Adams receives an anonymous letter with a numbered list of names--names of people who are going to be killed unless the Gunsmith can find a way to stop the madman. But even if Adams wins the deadly game, his own number might be up. .
Deputy Marshal Clint Adams is surprised to hear from Father Joseph, his old friend who was once an armed and dangerous man known as Joe Halloway. Now remade into the first Vicar of St. James, Father Joseph has invited Clint to the first wedding he's presided over-a ceremony that takes a deadly turn. . . .
LAW AND ODOR Clint Adams is no stranger to trouble, but it seems to follow his friend Tyrone like a bad smell--and the man's odor is just the problem. Proudly wearing the pelts of the buffalo he hunts, Tyrone 'Crapface' Jones may be the most foul-smelling man in the West, and has a way of putting anyone near him in a foul temper. Clint teams up with his old friend for one last buffalo hunt, but when some unkind words lead to a deadly shootout, the pair find themselves stuck in the settlement of Woodsdale, where something stinks even worse than Crapface--a political rivalry that's about to get bloody... .
SOMEONE IS UP TO NO GOOD... When Ted Fitzgerald asks the Gunsmith to come to Tuscon, Arizona, Deputy Marshal Clint Adams agrees, even without knowing the reason why. It turns out that Ted is in charge of constructing the new University of Arizona, and he thinks someone is trying to sabotage his work. Some of the townspeople aren't happy with the new addition to Tuscon, a fact made clear when fires and damage plague the site. With the sabotage attempts escalating quickly, Clint agrees to watch Ted's back, because the Gunsmith isn't the sort of man to turn a blind eye on a friend in need... .
A RUSH OF BLOOD Ike Daly may be the dirtiest man on the docks of Skagway, Alaska, but that won't matter once he strikes gold. He owns a large claim upriver near a town called Forty Mile, but it's too much ground for one man alone to cover. And that's why Ike's enlisted the help of an old friend: Clint Adams, the Gunsmith. But Ike and Clint aren't the only ones heading north to line their pockets. Calvin Parker has plans for a mining operation near Forty Mile--plans that require hiring a deadly gunman when Parker finds out that the Gunsmith is in town. Now, one thing is certain about this gold expedition: Someone's coming home with a belly full of lead. .
Going the Distance Clint Adams tends to keep his nose out of other people's business. But when he sees Big Ed Callahan and his crew squaring off against one man, the odds are too stacked for him not to step in and help Tom Angel. Unfortunately, when the Gunsmith's intervention can't get Ed to back down, all the men involved--except Clint--wind up dead. Clint doesn't know why Big Ed was on Tom Angel's tail, but he sure didn't chase him over one thousand miles for no reason. The Gunsmith heads to Tom's hometown for answers, but everyone there is playing the fool as well. Seems Clint will have to stick to his guns and ask the hard questions to hunt down the truth about Ed's long-distance vendetta. OVER FIFTEEN MILLION GUNSMITH BOOKS IN PRINT!
Ace in the Hole Clint Adams finds himself in El Legado, New Mexico, for what he intends to be a laid-back stopover--a few drinks, a fine woman, and some poker. But when a respected gambler ends up with a bullet in his chest, Clint stands accused of holding the gun that shot him. To clear his name, the Gunsmith must outrun the sheriff's posse and hunt down the culprit. Clint suspects a sore loser and the son of a notorious backshooter, Johnny Creed, and when Johnny skips town, the Gunsmith takes to his trail seeking justice... OVER FIFTEEN MILLION GUNSMITH BOOKS IN PRINT!
CHRONICLE OF A DEATH FORETOLDTrouble is in the cards for Clint Adams when he saunters into a saloon to quench his thirst. After hearing Clint's name, two shady customers look to improve their standing with their prospector boss, Mr. Torquelan, by greeting the Gunsmith with guns drawn. But they quickly feel the sting of regret...When Clint learns the gruesome twosome were motivated by a local fortune-teller named Madame Giselle, he visits the sultry psychic and discovers that she's far more interested in the length of his love line than in cutting his life short. But the outlook is no good for Clint if he doesn't leave town soon--because there's no predicting what dangers the sinister Mr. Torquelan might unleash.OVER FIFTEEN MILLION GUNSMITH BOOKS IN PRINT!
BYE-BYE, BABY Clint Adams has always tried to do the right thing. But when he finds a toddler roaming a trail in Wyoming, he makes a choice that leads him down a path toward his toughest challenge yet--and possibly his last. With the child in one hand and his gun near the other, Clint rides into a nearby town, where he finds a mysterious mayor, a sheriff who's had one hard night too many, and a madam who'd be happy to start a home with the Gunsmith and his precious cargo. But a greedy rancher and his wife are curious about the child as well--and they're ready to ensure he and Clint take a long dirt nap... OVER FIFTEEN MILLION GUNSMITH BOOKS IN PRINT!
GIANT Gunsmith action! Commandant Henry Wirz put Clint through hell as a prisoner of war, and when the Union won, he paid for his crimes with a public hanging. Or did he? Word is, the lowdown scum is living in Frisco as a U.S. Senator. Clint needs to discover the truth-a truth that will have The Gunsmith risking his life for an innocent man, or seeing justice done once and for all.
DON'T BET ON IT... Seems like everyone in Louisville has gambling advice for Clint Adams when he rides in for the Kentucky Derby, but the one tip he needs is the name of the man who's watching him and why. Clint's pal Ben Canby thinks his stallion is going to win the race. He's betting everything he's got on the outcome. But one thing Clint's finding out fast is there are some in town who don't plan to wager on a long shot--whether the stake is a horse or a gunsmith... Now it's Clint's job to keep the odds even, though he just might be gambling with his life... OVER FIFTEEN MILLION GUNSMITH BOOKS IN PRINT!
The GUNSMITH gets some sugar... When Veracruz's male doctor is killed, fingers point at the town's female sawbones, Doctor Sugarman, who stands to inherit his clientele. But the killer could have been the dead doctor's cheating wife. Either way, the Gunsmith will have justice served.
Traveling to Chicago to deliver a message, Clint Adams thwarts two murder attempts as soon as he arrives and becomes the target of a determined killer who will stop anyone who gets in the way.
THE KING IS DEAD Wyoming rancher Bill Werter is in serious trouble when Texas fever claims a number of his cattle--including his prize bull, King. Now, he needs someone trustworthy to ride into Mexico with ten thousand dollars of his hard-earned money to buy the only bull that could take King's place: El Duque. Good thing Werter has a friend like the Gunsmith. When word gets out that Clint Adams is heading to Mexico with pockets full of cash, it doesn't take long for a few bad seeds to spring into action. But tracking the Gunsmith isn't easy. It's not safe either--and that's no bull. OVER FIFTEEN MILLION GUNSMITH BOOKS IN PRINT!