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The Greatest Western Writer Of The 21st CenturyIt's fur trapping season and Preacher is about to discover the Rocky Mountain trail holds more than wild game--it's also infested with murderers and trail trash quick to deceive, steal, and hunt Preacher down. Among them are Jebediah Druke, his ruthless band of killers, and most terrifying of all, the barbaric renegade Crow warrior known as Blood Eye. When Preacher shows up and gets on their bad side, he stirs up a clash that could lead to a brutal and bloody battle. Preacher gears up for his own brand of raw justice when he learns Blood Eye's been tracking him with nothing but bad intentions. There's a showdown coming and only one man will ultimately rise up out of the carnage. . .
The Greatest Western Writer Of The 21st CenturyA Woman For The Winter. Montana Territory and a band of Assiniboine Indians give Preacher shelter for the winter. A beautiful woman named Raven's Wing makes the sheltering even better--once he gets things straight with a jealous brave who wants to lift Preacher's scalp. A Fire In The Night. Across the border is another wanderer and another tribe. Preacher's old enemy, Willie Deaver, plies a band of Indians with the deadliest combination possible: whisky, guns and bullets--then directs them to try out their killing tools on the Assiniboine. The raid reaps a harvest of devastating death, bloodshed and helpless captives. Deaver is all the more delighted when he learns Preacher is among the fallen. And The Fury Of A Mountain Man. . . But in the driving, drifting snow, with a handful of bloodied survivors by his side, Preacher is rising: a rifle in his hands, red-hot fury in his heart, and icy vengeance in his gun sight. . .
Dreams Of Gold And Power The mountains are brimming with the lure of fortunes--from gold to a booming fur trade. A man at home in this once pristine wilderness, Preacher knows theres no turning back civilization now. What he doesnt know is that beyond the plans of some men is a deadly enemy with far more dangerous designs. . . Schemes Of Blood And Betrayal With vengeance-hungry criminals shadowing his every move, Preacher meets a beautiful woman working to bring a rail line to a remote settlement. And while Preacher is distracted by both the beauty and by beastly outlaws, Indians attack the outpost--and settlers fight furiously back for their survival. One Mans Fight For The Future Of A Land. . . When the smoke clears and blood dries, Preacher realizes that hes in a war more deadly and complex than any hes known. Agents of a foreign government ignited the Indian attack. And theyve got far bigger plans--and only Preacher stands in their way. . .
Today, when bomb-throwing madmen rule nations and crime cartels strangle the globe, justice demands extreme measures. For twenty years, ex-CIA agent John Barrone fought his country's dirty back-alley wars. Now, he spearheads a secret strike force of elite law enforcement and intelligence professionals on a seek-and-destroy mission against the nation's sworn enemies. CODE NAME QUICKSTRIKE When the first attack rocked the United States, seven billionaires were in a new skyscraper with a group of murderous fanatics. And so were four of the most dangerous covert warriors in the world. Now, as the country witnesses the devastation of coordinated terrorist strikes, John Barrone and his A-team are in the eye of the storm. Separating the killers from their targets, Barrone goes to battle--in a war that is just getting started. Because while the first counterstrike happens in Texas, the ultimate mission is halfway around the globe, where someone must cut out the heart of America's most deadly enemy...
William W. Johnstones vivid, uncompromising novels stand as violent portraits of the rugged American frontiersman and the forces that forged him. In this powerful novel, Johnstone tells the story of a young Missourian forced by fate and violence into lawlessness--where he sees a chance to right the wrong that shattered his family and his soul. . . Smoke Jensen is a young man raised on loss and bitterness, nurtured by a mountain man named Preacher. Now, Smoke Jensen, with his, a new black horse and an old grudge, slips over the unmarked border into the turbulent Idaho Territory. Ahead is a town called Bury, built on stolen gold, and run by a band of ruthless men who had a hand in the murder of Smokes brother in the Civil War. Smokes father died in pursuit of those killers, but urged his son not to waste his life in vengeance. . . Swift, powerful and poetic, Return Of The Mountain Man is an action-packed tale by William W. Johnstone, an American master--and a great chronicler of our harsh and often unforgiving last frontier. Return of the Mountain Man "What do you mean, I cant come in?" Buck said, standing on the front porch of the Pink House.
William W. Johnstone'sDog Teamnovels of combat shine a searing light on the Army's most secret lethal force. Now, these heroes are once again called into battle-right on U. S. soil. . . In the Southwest, a legendary Vietnam-era aircraft disappears-and officials call it a crash in accessible terrain. On the other side of the country, a deadly shipment of nerve gas is loaded onto a secret train-so that no citizen will ever know. . . Now, these two seemingly unconnected events are bringing out the Army's deep "black op" Dog Team. The mysterious operative "Colonel Kilroy" has been working with American Apache trackers to neutralize Iranian agents coming over the Mexican border. While Captain Steve Ireland, the grandson of a Dog Team great, is on a train bound for hell. . . From two sides of the country, one murderous, terrifying plot is closing in like a vice. Once it does, America's only hope will be precision lethal force-aimed hard into the heart of darkness. . .
The families Jensen and MacCallister are two of the most legendary clans in frontier fiction. Now, the USA Today bestselling authors of A Lone Star Christmas bring them together once more--in a gripping tale of tragedy, survival, love, betrayal, and maybe even a miracle... Three days before Christmas, Matt Jensen is traveling the Denver and Pacific railway when an avalanche slams down onto the train, trapping it in desolate Trout Creek Pass. But it wasn't an act of nature that caused the accident; it was a gang of outlaws attempting to rescue their leader, who is being taken to Red Cliff to be hanged. As Smoke Jensen and Duff MacCallister frantically try to make their way to the scene, Matt struggles to save the survivors, among them a beautiful young woman with a dark past, a merchant seaman turned rancher, and a senator with his very ill young daughter. Starving under a bitter, driving snow in the brutal, unforgiving Rocky Mountains, and surrounded by armed and desperate outlaws, Matt still dreams of making it home for Christmas. But unless fate lends a hand, nobody will.
The Untold Saga Of Shawn O'brien from acclaimed storytellers William W. Johnstone and J. A. Johnstone, who brought us The Brothers O'Brien, comes an explosive new series featuring the gunslinging O'Brien who brought peace, law, and order to the American frontier. . . one bullet at a time. A Man Who Tamed The West--One Town At A Time Unlike his brothers Jacob, Sam and Patrick, Shawn O'Brien isn't content to settle down on the family ranch in New Mexico territory. With his razor-sharp eye, lightning-fast draw, and burning thirst for justice, Shawn is carving out a reputation of his own. As a town tamer he takes the most dangerous, lawless towns in the West and makes them safe for decent men, women, and children. When a stagecoach accident leaves Shawn stranded in Holy Rood, Utah, it doesn't take long to realize he's landed in one ornery circle of hell. Ruled by a cruel and cunning crook-turned-merciless dictator named Hank Cobb, Holy Rood is about as unholy a place as any on the frontier. Anyone who breaks Cobb's rules is severely punished. Anyone who defies Cobb's hooded henchmen dies by rope, stake, or guillotine. But Shawn O'Brien isn't just anyone. He's the town tamer. And this time, he's going to paint the town red. . .
Invitation To A Hanging They're hanging Billy Ray Cabot in Cloverdale, Nevada on Friday. Or so they think. Thursday brings Smoke Jensen to town. In another life, Billy Ray was almost kin to Smoke, and guilty or not, Smoke will blast Cloverdale sky high if that's what it takes to set his old friend free. By midnight, Smoke and Billy Ray are riding hell-for-leather out of Cloverdale, and into a war between cunning railroad robbers and the organization sworn to stop them. Billy Ray was working for the railroads until he was betrayed. Now, both men are pursued by deadly enemies on either side of the law. For a former mountain man who's tried to make a peaceful life back in Colorado, there's only one way back home: he's going on the attack. And this attack won't stop until the bitterest, bloodiest end. . .
In frontier literature, the name "Johnstone" means big, hard-hitting Western adventure told at a breakneck pace. Now, the bestselling authors kick off a rollicking, dramatic new series--with the first novel about a pair of not-quite-over-the-hill drifters winding their way across the American west--mostly on the right side of the law. . . but sometimes, if the situation calls for it, on the wrong side. . . Meet Scratch Morton and Bo Creel, two amiable drifters and old pals. Veterans of cowboying, cattle drives, drunken brawls, and a couple of shoot-outs, Scratch and Bo are mostly honest and dont go looking for trouble--its usually there when they wake up in the morning. Now, in remote Arizona Territory, theyre caught up in a battle between two stagecoach lines. The owner of one, a beautiful widow, has gotten both Scratch and Bo hot and bothered--each trying to impress her as they fend off the opposing stage line trying to destroy her. But nothing is what it seems in this fight, and two tough sidewinders are riding straight into a trap.
William Johnstones towering Mountain Man and The Last Gunfighter series are epics of the frontier. Now, with J. A. Johnstone, he has created Sidewinders, a wild, rollicking ride alongside two hardheaded cowboys with a knack for staying on the wrong side of the law--but for all the right reasons. . . Heres Your Gold. Now Fight For It. . . Sometimes, its bad to be good. Thats what happens when Scratch Morton and Bo Creel are rewarded with a gold mine for saving a rich mans bacon. The catch: this mine is a magnet for marauding Mexican banditos. Budding capitalists, Scratch and Bo fight back. Thats when they discover that the thieves arent who they thought they were, some really bad guys are on the way, and a beautiful woman might just be the most dangerous bandit of all--the kind that can steal your heart. For Scratch and Bo, this gold mine might make them rich. But its more likely to get them killed--just as soon as they can figure out who wants them dead. . .
From William W. Johnstone, bestselling author of Blood Bond, Mountain Man, and The Last Gunfighter, and J. A. Johnstone, comes Sidewinders, a double-barreled dose of action, featuring two of the unlikeliest western heroes to ever cross the American frontier. Sidewinders Dont Look For Trouble--It Usually Finds Them In the west, theres always work for the kind of men willing to get their hands dirty--from rounding stray cattle to stringing barbed wire. Bo Creel and Scratch Morton are just such men. Now theyve been hired for the one job theyve never tried: wearing badges--in a little stain of a town called Whiskey Flats. What Bo and Scratch dont know is that a gang of outlaws is bent on burning down the town the Sidewinders have been hired to protect. With only a passing acquaintance of the law, a keen sense of self-preservation, and a range-war gathering round them, Bo and Scratch need a good plan or its a one-way ticket to Boot Hill. Theyll also need a little luck, a whole mess of bullets, and the courage to stand tall--and shoot true. . .
Cotton Pickens, the unforgettable hero of William Johnstones classic Blood Valley, returns in a tale of a lawless Montana mining district, a 16-year-old widow, and a man who always finds new ways of laying down the law. . . Six Ways To Sunday--And Seven Days To Die Cotton Pickens parents had a cussed sense of humor, but theres nothing funny about the way the man can draw a gun. Now hes in the middle of a mining camp district slowly being crushed under the iron fist of another misnamed, hardheaded fellow, Carter Scruples. With Cotton facing off against Scruples, a beautiful young woman caught in-between, and a band of outlaws living high and mighty in a dry-docked Pullman Palace Car, the town of Swamp Creek is surely going to get blown sky high. And when time comes to put the pieces back together again--Cotton will do his picking one bullet at a time. . .
In untamed northern Maine, a secret sect of underground cannibals threatens the nation's security. It's time for them to meet judge, jury and executioner.
The power-mad Libyan terrorist, Khamsin, has already begun his bloodthirsty assault on America's southern tier. Then the Night People, crazed, flesh-eating mutants, also show up.
The new President (for life) of the USA has handed down her first order of business: terminate the Southern USA and Ben Raines. One million dollars is the reward.
CODE NAME: SURVIVAL A fast growing and ultra-violent racist gang is getting ready to take out New York City. But while Barrone's elite army races towards the Northeast, an outlaw biker gang-powered by a booming crystal meth business-swarms the streets of the parched American Southwest. Suddenly, Barrone's team has no choice but to jump: locked and loaded into a high speed guerrilla war of kill-or-be-killed that stretches from New Mexico all the way to the blood-soaked beaches of California...
Only the Mississippi River separates freedom-fighter Ben Raines and his rebel army from ten thousand blood-hungry warriors.
Ben Raines and his Rebel army turn to the tyrannized people across the sea who also dream of freedom. Their first mission: the liberation of the British Isles from the nightmare of evil oppression.
In 1848, Dooley Monahan, son of struggling Iowa pioneers, went off to pick up a new milk cow. Young Dooley never came home. Now, nearly three decades later, Dooley Monahan has become an accidental legend, managing to plant a bullet in the chest of a dangerous outlaw. All Dooley really wants is to claim his reward at a bank in Phoenix and make his way north to a gold strike he read about in a newspaper. But fate has other plans. It starts with a family slaughtered by Apaches, a dog smarter than most humans Dooley knows, and a girl with a wounded soul. And the blood-hungry brothers of the outlaw Dooley killed will not give up their pursuit until they've avenged his death. The farther Dooley tries to head north, destiny pushes him west. His trail is populated by strange friends and dangerous enemies, strewn with bad luck and bad blood--and frequently interrupted by sudden storms of gunfire. A GRITTY, AUTHENTIC NEW SAGA FROM THE MASTER OF THE WESTERN NOVEL!
The terrorist Khasmin is joining the cannibalistic Night People and Sister Velora, with the final annihilation of Ben Raines' army as their goal.
Social decay buckled America, and now two would-be nation states arise. One is built on values of hard work, the other would return all power to the very politicians who started the nuclear holocaust.
Germ warfare strategy has turned African civilians into killing machines with no conscience and no mercy. It's up to Ben Raines and his Rebels to bravely defend a country under siege.
The patriot army of Ben Raines went toe-to-toe with the most powerful enemy in the world, the USA, and fought its way through hellish chaos and terrorism. But there's still no rest...
A decade has passed since the nuclear nightmare of the Great War that brought America to the brink of destruction. Ben Raines has emerged to build a new society in the once proud land.
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