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About Lee Everett
Lee Everett is a classic and frontier Western author living just outside of Atlanta, near the north Georgia mountains with his wife of over 22 years, three "almost" grown kids, two rescue dogs and one outdoor cat who thinks he owns the place.
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The Central Continental Railroad has been robbed.
Levi Conley, a ruthless bounty hunter, is on the case to recover the money and bring the gang responsible to justice.
But this is no normal train robbery and the robbers are not your typical thieves.
That will make Conley’s job that much harder.
And that much more dangerous.
Check out this classic frontier western novel by Lee Everett.
It was a chance encounter between two strangers.
An encounter of life and death.
An encounter that would change both lives forever, and leave a debt that is owed.
Circumstances continue to bring both men into each other’s lives, with questions of their loyalty always remaining in the backs of their minds.
But will the debt seal their friendship, or bring them to their end?
If you enjoy classic frontier western books, you will be riveted by Salt Creek!
Jace McKendrick was as fast with a gun as he was arrogant.
Then, an unfortunate incident changes him.
Suddenly, being fast is no longer important to him.
But his past, and those in it, aren’t going to let it go that easily.
Now, McKendrick has to face his past, whether he likes it or not, if he wants to stay alive.
It was an old Indian tale.
A valley of wild horses that the natives believed ancestors used to carry brave warriors off into the spirit world when they died.
A valley known only to the Lakota. A place so sacred it was forbidden for outsiders to venture there.
But Will Travis has other plans.
Misfortune has all but ruined him.
His only chance now is to find the herd and bring it in if, in fact, it actually exists.
The ancient ones warn that whoever is unworthy and dares to disturb the valley will die.
But desperate men often do desperate things, and Travis is desperate.
Now, he is about to see just how real that warning is.
If you enjoy classic frontier westerns set in the Old West, you will love The Herdsman!
They waited to make their move.
Waited until those guarding the ranch were away.
Cattle rustlers, waiting until the time was right to attack the Lazy M Ranch, the McAllister ranch.
Some will suffer.
Others will die.
When the McAllister brothers return, they find their home, and their family, in shambles, and their herd missing.
But the rustlers are in for more than they bargained for.
Because when you wrong one McAllister, get ready to fight them all.
He wanted no part of it.
J.D. Logan was on his way to his brother’s home in Wyoming when he found them.
A wagon train of settlers, lost and desperate for help.
Agitated by their presence there in the territory, Logan considers leaving them to their own demise, but his conscience won’t allow it.
But once he gets involved, he quickly realizes that there is much more going on here than can be seen.
Secrets, conspiracies, betrayal and greed all come out.
And before it’s over, people will die.
If you love classic frontier westerns with lots of action, this book is great for you! Perfect for fans of Louis L'Amour.
His life would never be the same.
He was just a drifter on his way to work for an old friend. But being a victim in a failed stagecoach robbery changed all of that.
Now, stranded out on the prairie, Cord and the other passengers are fleeing for their lives from a madman and his gang hellbent on dispensing their own form of justice.
Cord doesn’t want any part of it, but his pursuers don’t care about circumstances.
The odds are against them. They’re all alone, far from help and greatly outnumbered.
Will they make it?
Their pursuers have plans to kill them all. But if they try, they’ll soon find out that Cord Chantry isn’t going down easy, at least not without taking quite a few of them with him.
Now, his life has become dark and unraveled.
Cord desperately looks for a way to control the demons that haunt him.
But there is none, except death, and even that isn’t enough to scare him.
When a man isn’t afraid of dying, he stops caring. That kind of thinking makes him unpredictable. And dangerous.
There’s nothing left for him now.
Which means he has nothing left to lose.
Cord’s life was supposed to change for the better.
He had wanted to settle down in Benton Springs and start a ranch, but he discovers that the town is engulfed in fear and corruption.
He tries to look the other way, but if he does innocent people will get hurt or killed.
Should he intervene?
If he gets involved, it means he can never go back to the way things were. If he doesn’t, can he live with himself?
He has to choose and choose now because many lives are at stake.
Starting with his own.
Cord was looking to settle down.
But an unexpected encounter with someone from his past changed all of that.
Before the dust settles, Cord finds himself a wanted man.
And that’s not the extent of his worries.
Cord must not only elude the law, but also a corrupt territorial judge who’ll stop at nothing to get what he wants and a ruthless bounty hunter with killing on his mind.
He had thought he could settle down and that his troubles were over, but they’ve actually just begun.
He’d heard his grandfather’s story before.
A long lost gold mine.
Is it the fevered ramblings of an ailing old man or is Tom’s grandfather telling the truth?
Tom isn’t sure.
No one in his family believes his grandfather’s tale of a lost gold mine except for Tom.
But Tom’s life so far has been filled with disappointment and heartache. That much pain changes a man. Makes him think he has nothing to lose. He sees this as a way to give his life new meaning and to forget his painful past.
The only problem is he isn’t the only one who has been listening to his grandfather’s stories…
If you enjoy classic frontier westerns, grab book 1 of The McAllister series today!
After years of being away, Tal Thornton has come back home to his family's ranch in Kerney. But things aren't the same as they were when he left. The town, the people and even his family's ranch are different. There is an imposing figure who wants it all, even the Thornton ranch, and is willing to take it at any price.
With so much to lose, none of the townspeople are willing to put up a fight, forcing Tal to protect everything he holds dear by himself. The question is, how far will Tal have to go to stop him?