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  • Slaughter's Way (A J.T. Edson Western)

    by J.T. Edson

    From the Mississippi River to the California shore, from the Rio Grande to the Canadian border, folks talked of Slaughter’s way. They did not mean a cattle trail, a road between two towns or a famous street in a city. They meant the way a medium-sized Texas rancher looked at life and handled its problems. Slaughter said exactly what he meant, and did exactly what he said he’d do. So when John ... Read more

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  • The Floating Outfit 24: Trigger Fast

    by J.T. Edson

    series The Floating Outfit
    Brent Mallick and his hired Double K gunmen had it all made. Mallick wanted all the land around Barlock, which meant buying out all the small ranchers. This was no problem, for if the ranchers were at first reluctant to sell, they soon changed their minds when they saw what would happen to them and their families if they refused.Yes, everything was going Mallick’s way. It was, that is, until the ... Read more

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  • The Floating Outfit 27: Decision for Dusty Fog

    by J.T. Edson

    series The Floating Outfit
    Despite being on very good terms with Freddie Woods, Dusty Fog knew no more about her past than anybody else in the trail end town of Mulrooney. But with the coming of the British Railroad Commission to the town the secret of the beautiful and talented Freddie was disclosed. And as a result, she was threatened with extradition to stand trial for murder. Dusty Fog had to face the decision of his ... Read more

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  • The Floating Outfit 20: The Bad Bunch

    by J.T. Edson

    series The Floating Outfit
    The pattern was always the same when "the Bad Bunch" made their raids. They chose their time when there was a county fair, or some such diversion, to take folks minds off the protection of their property. Then they’d start a fire in another part of town, so that all the local lawmen and officials would have their hands full with that. Then they’d move in on their chosen target.To catch them seemed ... Read more

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  • The Floating Outfit 21: The Fast Gun

    by J.T. Edson

    series The Floating Outfit
    To Gavin Gartree’s bunch of hardcases, “work” was a cussword, “innocent” was a come-on, and a young pilgrim girl was an invitation to a molestation. But nothing was quite as it seemed. For a start, the young pilgrim girl in question was accompanied by a small and seemingly inconsequential Texan by the name of Dusty Fog. But that was the thing about Dusty Fog. Though small in stature, he was a ... Read more

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  • The Floating Outfit Book 3: A Horse Called Mogollon

    by J.T. Edson

    series The Floating Outfit #3
    When Colin Farquharson refused to sell the horse called Mogollon to Beatrice, Vicomtesse de Brioude, her husband swore to make him change his mind. To help him enforce his will upon the Scot, the Vicomte had a bunch of hired killers and a dozen cavalrymen commanded by an ambitious lieutenant besotted by the voluptuous Vicomtesse. Against them, the Scot had ten Mexican mesteneros and three Texas ... Read more

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  • Dusty Fog's Civil War 9: The Colt and the Saber

    by J.T. Edson

    series Dusty Fog's Civil War
    The Confederacy needs arms. And greedy European merchants are demanding gold for their goods. Though gold may be scarce in Dixie, there's no shortage of courage. Belle Boyd, beautiful rebel spy, joins Dusty Fog in a daring plot to finance a shipment of rifles with stolen Yankee dollars. Together, Dusty and Belle trade gunfire with Union troops—and cross swords with the most treacherous collection ... Read more

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  • The Floating Outfit Book 2: .44 Caliber Man

    by J.T. Edson

    series The Floating Outfit #2
    Post-Civil War Texas is a hell of a rough place. And for a man wearing a kilt, it is even rougher. Colin Farquharson insists on retaining his native Scottish dress but to do so unarmed on the Texas frontier could get him killed. At least it provides a distraction for the bandits attempting to rob the stage he's on and a distraction is all his fellow passenger, the Ysabel Kid, needs.Unfortunately ... Read more

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  • The Floating Outfit Book 4: Goodnight's Dream

    by J.T. Edson

    series The Floating Outfit #4
    The cities of the eastern States were hungry for beef. The problem was how to get it to them. Colonel Charles Goodnight had a plan that might work—if he had all the luck he needed. Things seemed to be going well, especially with the Floating Outfit on his side—Mark Counter, the Ysabel Kid and Dusty Fog, the small Texan who walked tall. But what Goodnight didn’t need was an enemy like John Chisum . ... Read more

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  • The Floating Outfit 33: The Peacemakers

    by J.T. Edson

    series The Floating Outfit
    In 1873 Sebastian Lerdo de Tejada became President of Mexico. In the same year the Colt factory at Hartford, Connecticut, produced a new revolver. They called it the Model P and gave no thought to a better name. It became the best and most reliable fighting handgun of its age, rugged, powerful and hard hitting. Dusty Fog bought a matched brace of the new Colts … Down in Mexico there was trouble, ... Read more

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  • Waco 6: Doc Leroy M.D.

    by J.T. Edson

    series Waco
    Doc Leroy could patch up a wound or cure a fever. He was the best sawbones that ever rode the range. And he could rope, brand, and work a heard like God's own cowboy. Doc was mighty handy with a gun, too. And those that crossed him, no doctoring would help. 'Cause that's when Doc Leroy cured all their ills with a lightning draw and a blast from his Colt... ... Read more

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  • The Floating Outfit 41: The Rushers

    by J.T. Edson

    series The Floating Outfit
    Three men rode down the hill towards the body of the dead cavalry officer. On the right was a Texan—small and insignificant-looking. His name was Dusty Fog. On the left was Mark Counter, the dandy of the group, known and feared from Texas to New Mexico. And in the middle, hands never far from the butts of his guns rode the Ysabel Kid, six feet of slim and deadly manhood. Three men with purpose in ... Read more

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