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  • Cat's Cafe

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    Catherine Stubin was already looking for a way out of strait-laced Louisville, Kentucky when a handsome, charismatic Irishman walked into her family’s Thanksgiving dinner party. She was thrilled at first sight. Alone, desolate, and weary of 1870s ...


  • The Second Five

    Sequel to The Deadly Five by

    In The Deadly Five, the search for gold along British Columbia’s treacherous Fraser River ended with the arrival of winter 1859. It is now spring 1860, and Nothing Brown, Mean Mike, and Jacque continue their quest for gold in The Second Five, this ...


  • Rock

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    The West in the late 1880s was more than outlaws and cattle rustlers. It was a place and time of economic growth, scientific discoveries and inventions, and unregulated and often unethical business practices by corporations determined to stake out a ...


  • The Dead Man's Hand

    A Moment in Time by

    Being known as the fastest gun in the west, and killing his fair share of men in the process, makes Wild Bill Hickok a constant target for his enemies seeking revenge. So, when he rides into the town of Deadwood Gulch in the Dakota Territory, he ...


  • Face the Wind

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    ‘Face the Wind’ is a term used by Native American men to demonstrate their prowess in battle, at winning against odds, and succeeding in their endeavor. The term carries succinct relevance to the Smith twins and their resolute spirits. In this ...


  • The Bear Killer Badge

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    The 'Bear Killer Badge' is earned through acts of courage, perseverance and good judgement to achieve an extraordinary deed. In 1897 Wyoming, Dave Smith faces bankruptcy after a winter blizzard killed off his cattle herd. Purchase of replacement ...


  • The Deadly Five

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    It is 1858 and thousands of gold seekers are descending on the west coast of British Columbia to seek their fortunes in the gold rush. The new British colony becomes a hive of activity where Americans, Canadians, and the indigenous people of the ...


  • Leana

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    This Western-meets-post-apocalyptic novel asks the question: what would you do for the ones you hold the closest? How many lines would you be willing to blur for them? Leana tells three stories, all of them set in the small town of Leana, Wyoming, ...


  • Promised Land

    Love and Hate by

    Promised Land recounts the fortunes and misfortunes of the fictional Buechler family as they struggle to build a life and a home in a new world. The story follows the family and their community through a tumultuous adolescence to maturity during the ...


  • Great Bear's Redemption

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    In 1896, fifteen years after setting up the Checker Board ranch in Wyoming, Dave Smith earns his law degree and completes his one last goal. An ancient cadre of Indian warriors known as the Cheyenne Dog Soldiers, led by Great Bear, interrupt Dave's ...