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Slocum saves a life-and finds himself saddled with a suspicious traveling compadre named Dancer. Now Slocum's gotta watch his back-and keep an eye on one fair-weather amigo.
When Slocum and his herding partner, Billy Quince, end the life of a notorious cattle rustler, it's the young man's first kill. But it's far from his last as the infamous rustler leaves him with a mysterious--and murderous--legacy. Now it's up to Slocum to break the deadly spell.
DRAW OR DIE Forced to play bounty hunter to an infamous gun, Slocum rides into Finality Gulch aiming to bring Clyde Otis in, any way he can. But finding the elusive outlaw is like rousting out a rattler at high noon. Until Otis's gang comes gunning for him, and the hunter becomes the hunted in a six-gun showdown against impossible odds... The longest-running western series in America today, the Slocum adventures by Jake Logan have entertained readers since 1975.
A TRAIL OF BLOOD Ma Fisher and her gang of cold-blooded killers are roaring through west Texas like a stampede of longhorns. The good citizens of Roseville don't want to take on Ma and her boys. But when this bloodthirsty bunch runs into John Slocum, their deadly rampage will be cut short...if Slocum's life isn't cut short first! HELL TO MIDNIGHT the Slocum adventures by Jake Logan have entertained readers since 1975.
Tate McMahon is stealing the last inch of town he doesn't own-a young widow's ranch. But this land-grabber's reach has exceeded his grasp now that a quickshooting, shining knight named Slocum just rode into town.
Bonnie LaRue and John Slocum have had some wild, whiskey-hot times over the years. So when she asks Slocum to rescue the daughter of a friend, he can't seem to say no. Problem is, the woman is being held by Carl James, an opium smuggler with ties to Jesse James. He's tough scum, but Slocum doesn't care a lick. Because there's only one thing to do with men who take advantage of nice young ladies. Unfortunately, just killing him will have to do... The longest-running Western series in America today, the Slocum adventures by Jake Logan have entertained readers since 1975.
A young friend's murder puts Slocum on the warpath-and into the path of a luscious lady willing to exchange information for some lessons in lovin'.
The Ketchem Gang was having fun looting the local bank...until Slocum showed up and sent their sorry souls to jail. Now he's the local hero. But once the bedlam boys break free, they'll want him to pay. Slocum knows the Ketchems are the only ones who are going to pay -- in blood...
A trio of lowlife gunslingers is terrorizing Austin and the sheriff is powerless to stop them. It's up to Slocum to let them know that three's a crowd.
Slocum always knew private detective Sam Myles was trouble, but he was also a friend-and the man who had saved Slocum's life years ago. So when Myles's urgent telegram summoned him to San Francisco's notorious Barbary Coast, he couldn't refuse. It was one helluva short reunion. Ten minutes after telling Slocum he had evidence that could bring down Frisco's crooked mayor, Myles was dead. Now Slocum's next on the mayor's list. Slocum never thought he'd live to see Myles turn honest, but he's beginning to believe it. And with the help of a beautiful crusader, Slocum's thinking of finding Myles's evidence and reforming the city...and maybe even himself, too. But Slocum might never live to see that day. Or even the next morning.
Slocum doesn't let anything go without a good fight... A killer has slipped through Slocum's fingers-stealing one of his most prized possessions. Rest assured when Slocum gets his hands on this repeat offended yet again, he won't be facing jail time. He'll be meeting his maker.
Slocum loses his horse-and his temper. With two dead deputies to his credit, Rafe Masterson continues to raise hell across the frontier. But then he makes the mistake of shooting the horse out from under one of the deadliest gunfighters in the west-John Slocum.
SLOCUM's become a celebrity. John Slocum is no saint, but neither is he a Six-Gun Devil, the title of a yellowback novel chronicling a massacre he supposedly perpetrated. Unfortunately, a bounty hunter believes the tall tale. .
SLOCUM's the man of the house. Slocum loses a pat hand in a poker game-and finds himself paying by playing bouncer at the local brothel. A big rodeo's coming to town, and the place needs a hard man to take care of trouble. But when a lovely lady ends up dead, Slocum aims to guard his flock of soiled doves with one clean slot. .
SLOCUM's on the trail of his most wily opponent yet-a man's memory. John Slocum collected a $7,000 bounty on Teddy Cutler. But now Teddy's free as a bird-with no recollection of robbing four stagecoaches and killing three men. Does Teddy's condition make him an innocent man, or is he just playing possum?
Jesse James and his gang have a big score, and they want Slocum to come in with them. But this time it's not gold or cash in their sights. This time, they're going to steal their own damned country. .
DEPUTY DANGER With his dying words, a sheriff tells Slocum to find the men who shot him. Though he's never been too partial to the law, Slocum accepts the mission--and even the deputy's badge that goes with it. Finding the bad men in Spencer Flats, Slocum takes stock of the situation. Rob Bensonn is a mean, nasty killer--but Slocum's dealt with characters like him before. What he's never seen before is a man with the shooting skills of Far Eye Abernathy. Going up against Far Eye won't be easy...and the third man in that rag tag gang may be even worse. .
A HEFTY GRATUITY While driving two lovelorn mail-order brides from Denver, Obadiah Gump is attacked by five rifle-wielding Apache braves. Fortunately for the three travelers, John Slocum happens to be passing by, on his way to deliver some horses. After the braves are gone, Slocum learns that the wagoner and his precious cargo are headed for the same town: Deadfall. When the Apaches return in the night, Slocum is ready for them. Obadiah recognizes one of their attackers--a man who works for Mordecai Wisner, the same man who hired Slocum to transport the horses. And when Obadiah mentions that Wisner's responsible for a number of graves outside of Deadfall, Slocum knows he better watch his back when he delivers his cargo--and hope he doesn't join ranks with the dead... Slocum and the Glitter Girls at Gravel Gulch The longest-running Western series in America today, the Slocum adventures by Jake Logan have entertained readers since 1975.
DOUBLE DUTY When Slocum's good friend Colonel Gill McKee makes a trade for two sisters who were captured by Comanches, he agrees to return Elania and Katrina Proctor to their wealthy merchant father in Santa Fe. But with winter raging, Slocum won't be able to transport his precious cargo until the spring. At least he has some female company to keep him warm. But when a band of outlaws murders McKee's men, Slocum puts romance on the back burner in order to find their leader, a ruthless gunslinger named King. After all, there's nothing Slocum enjoys more than some well-deserved payback. .
Out in the remote Wasatch Mountains, there isn't much in the way of employment. Luckily, Slocum has a job at the sawmill that will do just fine. But when the owner of the mill tells him he wants a man to hunt down the crook who stole his wife's jewelry, Slocum finds himself switching jobs--for a promised huge payoff. Chasing down the jewel thief seems like a simple tracking job. That's before Slocum winds up in unmapped territory on the trail of a criminal mastermind. Heading into terrible danger, Slocum will have to decide if getting back the most valuable stone is worth putting his own life on the line... .
THE LADY VANISHES John Slocum's riding his Appaloosa to the Triple T Ranch for work when he decides to pay a visit to his longtime friend Marybeth Meecher. But instead of a smile from her shining face, he's greeted by the business end of a shotgun wielded by a scowling old man named Miguel. He's Marybeth's handyman, but he hasn't seen her in three months... Miguel is also seeing fewer of his friends from a nearby Crow Indian tribe. Rumor has it, they're being used as slaves in the mines at the Triple T Ranch--not exactly the kind of work Slocum wanted. But after an attack from a gang of thugs, Slocum knows that finding out where everyone's disappearing to and seeing Marybeth again means he'll need to do some digging... Slocum and the Snake-Pit Slavers The longest-running Western series in America today, the Slocum adventures by Jake Logan have entertained readers since 1975. DON'T MISS OTHERS IN THE SERIES!
Man vs. Nature Bismarck, North Dakota, is no place to be in the middle of winter. So when a young beauty bedecked in jewels shows up in the local saloon looking for a card game, Slocum can't help but be intrigued. Especially when she turns out to be the worst poker player he's ever seen. The woman is Ginny Garfield, daughter of Gilbert G. Garfield of the Garfield Coal, Trains, and Shipping dynasty, and she's hard on the trail of the man who killed her brother. But if Slocum wants her to survive the winter, he's going to have to take over the hunt for Delbert Calkins--even if it means tailing him clear across the country. Because there's one thing he knows about a man like Delbert: He was born bad, he lives bad, and he'll die bad--as long as Slocum gets his way... The longest-running Western series in America today, the Slocum adventures by Jake Logan have entertained readers since 1975. Don't miss others in this series!
DEAD TO RIGHTS Hiram Bledsoe founded the town of Sawtooth, Wyoming, and he takes a piece of every penny that changes hands on its dusty streets. But that isn't enough for this greed-crazed madman anymore. He wants every ounce of gold out of the Sawtooth Mountains, and any miner with a rightful claim will have to either roll over-or drop dead. John Slocum's got a problem with that. And when he sees a black-haired beauty's father shot just for standing up for what's his, Slocum takes up his gun. If it's a war Hiram Bledsoe wants, then it's war he'll get. But Bledsoe's hired army of backshooters is ready to bring the bloodshed to Slocum. And the enemy will be waiting where he least expects it... Slocum and the Sawtooth Sirens The longest-running Western series in America today, the Slocum adventures by Jake Logan have entertained readers since 1975. DON'T MISS OTHERS IN THE SERIES! .
SAVAGE TRAIL It's the closest shave Slocum's ever had-and that's saying plenty. But rescuing a dark-haired beauty seconds ahead of Apache war parties is just the start of one long nightmare ride that leads to Raul Gomez, an outlaw who's using the raids to burn a path of terror and destruction throughout Texas. Slocum vows to personally track Gomez and his army deep into hostile territory. Slocum may be outnumbered and sorely outgunned, but that won't stop him from bringing war to this mad dog with his own special brand of hell... Slocum and the Long Ride The longest-running Western series in America today, the Slocum adventures by Jake Logan have entertained readers since 1975. DON'T MISS OTHERS IN THE SERIES! .
BETWEEN TWO EVILS A wanted man with no horse, a gun with only two bullets, and no hat to cover his head, John Slocum hopes with every passing day that he'll be forgotten by the law. After escaping a close call with a lion and a rattlesnake, Slocum falls in with a different kind of varmint--a den of outcast Southern rebels. As he's nursed back to health by the prettiest of them, Slocum learns that the rebels are planning a bloody Dixie uprising--and they're going to practice by wiping out an oblivious Apache tribe. Now, Slocum has to warn the unwelcoming Apache before innocent lives are lost. But first he has to convince both sides that he's their friend... Don't miss others in this series!