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About Robert Vaughan
Robert Vaughan sold his first book when he was 19. That was 57 years and nearly 500 books ago. He wrote the novelization for the mini series Andersonville. Vaughan wrote, produced, and appeared in the History Channel documentary Vietnam Homecoming.
His books have hit the NYT bestseller list seven times. He has won the Spur Award, the PORGIE Award (Best Paperback Original), the Western Fictioneers Lifetime Achievement Award, received the Readwest President's Award for Excellence in Western Fiction, is a member of the American Writers Hall of Fame and is a Pulitzer Prize nominee.
Vaughn is also a retired army officer, helicopter pilot with three tours in Vietnam. And received the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Purple Heart, The Bronze Star with three oak leaf clusters, the Air Medal for valor with 35 oak leaf clusters, the Army Commendation Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal, and the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry. More from Robert Vaughan at http://www.robortvaughan.com and https://www.facebook.com/robert.vaughan.773
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When sixteen-year-old Matt Logan and his friend Danny Duggan run away from an orphanage, they go west. There, they meet Jim Bridger, among other mountain men, and become fur trappers. But the market for beaver plews dies out, and the two friends take on jobs as wagon train guides, where they separate.
One of the trains Matt picks up in Independence began its journey in St. Louis, led by widower Cody McNair. Cody was a well experienced leader, having once been the captain of an ocean-going sailing ship. His adult son and daughter, Jared and Ellen and their daughter Emma Joyce, make the trip with him. Also a part of the wagon company is the Baker family, Lon, his wife Norma, and their eight-year-old daughter, Precious.
On the journey west, they rescue two travelers from other trains: Nonnie Hughes, a widow who had been going west with her brother and nephew when their wagon train was attacked by a gang of white outlaws, known as the “Hood Raiders”, and beautiful, young, Darci Clinton, who had been captured by Indians after her family was slain.
Tension develops with some of the members of the train, but Cody keeps everything in check as the train endures the rigors of travel. When the train is hit by the Hood Raiders, the Raiders, including their leader are killed, and the others run off.
Five months and ten days after leaving St. Louis, the train reaches its final destination of Oregon City, Oregon.
Carrie Holiday, Charles’ niece, lives at the New Life Orphanage where she worked as a governess. It is no mere coincidence, for when she was a baby, she had been left at the home by Charles, the uncle she was unaware existed.
When Carrie reaches Laramie she learns that what she thought was a hotel was also a saloon and brothel. She immediately makes some changes and turns the extra space into a community meeting room. As Carrie struggles with the hotel, she is helped by her uncle’s lawyer whose “help” may lead her into bankruptcy so he can take over the hotel for himself.
In the meantime, Rand continues his hunt locating and bringing to justice the bank robbers, one at a time. When Carrie is kidnapped, Rand, who has found all but one of the men who killed his fiancé, must put his original mission aside to rescue her.
Will and Gid Crockett have taken a huge leap of faith on buying a gold mine in Prescott, Arizona.
When arriving in Prescott they learn that the town is controlled by a para-military group known as the Prescott Defenders – led by Jubal Sandos they hold their commission as court deputies from Judge Andrew Briggs. Will and Gid soon learn that both the deputies, and the judge, are a fraud.
After being appointed as Special Territorial Deputies by the governor, Will and Gid learn of an assassination plot, and the battle is on.
Will and Gid Crockett have joined forces with a fiery redhead – and there's more money in the offing than either could imagine. And this robbery will settle an old score to boot.
Will Crockett and his brother Gid go from card players to bar owners when the winning poker pot includes the deed to a Belle Springs saloon. But Belle Springs is run by a crooked sheriff who is determined to get his special "sheriff's tax.”
Normally the Crockett brothers paid no mind to some varmint's love life. But Will and Gid were down to their last dollars, so they agreed to find the guy's long-lost lover, a little filly named Cat Clay. But Cat was living in the middle of a Mexican ranch war – with bullets flying thicker than blazes. Now, Will and Gid Crockett have to find a killer, settle a ranch dispute and rescue a lovely lady without going six feet under. All in a day's work...
Cochise Springs rose from the hot, sunbaked earth like a series of low lumps of clay and rock. It was a one-street town but it offered Will and Gid Crockett the opportunity of a cold beer and a hot bath.
There they meet a winsome young lass named Dora Walters. Dora tells them that her brother had been murdered by Rollo Doran, an outlaw cattle rustler whose perfidious activities are a threat to every rancher in the area. The marshal can’t handle it, but the Crockett brothers can.
After rescuing Pamela Wellington from varmints, Will and Gid escort her to her daddy's spread – Camelot, a bright, shining 60,000-acre kingdom in the middle of Texas. But like that golden ranch of yore, there's a foul-smelling evil afoot. And it's not Gid Crockett's boots.
When Kansas Charley Kellett massacres a family on the Fourth of July, the only red, white, and blue Will and Gid want to see are the red of his blood, the white of his eyes, and the blue of his body as it hangs from the gallows..
Will and Gid are looking forward to a quiet rest in the tiny town of Sulphur Springs. But Will's female companion offers more than he bargained for when she says her brother was murdered by outlaws. It's more than the marshal can handle, but word is that the Crockett brothers can.
Riding through Texas, Will and Gid Crockett approach a cabin with the hope that the occupants will be friendly. But their welcome is rifle fire. Forced to return fire, they kill their assailant, then find, in the cabin, a beautiful young woman, bound and gagged. This is Victoria Westbury. Her father is Robin Westbury, an English Lord who owns Camelot, the largest ranch in the area.
When they return Victoria safely, her grateful father hires them to help him deal with a crooked government project that cuts off his water by damming up a river, cattle rustling, and treachery.
To Westbury and the other innocent ranchers of the valley, Will and Gid are godsends. To Will and Gid, it’s just another adventure, before they ride on in their endless journey.