Johnny D. Boggs
The reality of frontier life in Kansas in 1872 becomes brutally clear to twelve-year-old Coady McIlvain when his father is scalped by hostile Indians and Coady is taken prisoner. Coady is determined to escape and does so, falling in with a buffalo sharpshooter named Dylan Griffith, whom he sees as the embodiment of his hero, Buffalo Bill Cody, a role in which the circumspect Griffith feels himself totally inadequate.
The two face real adventure...
Johnny D. Boggs is one of America's great Western writers—mixing adventure and realism with a torrid storytelling style all his own. In 1880's Arizona Territory, a good man goes bad—but for the best of all reasons. . .
He's Got One Chance To Live. . .And A Hundred Ways To Die
Deputy U.S. Marshal Reilly McGilvern is hauling...
In For Justice
In For The Kill
Between the Pecos River and Rio Grande a vast, harsh land was ruled by Texas Rangers Captain Hector Savage. Savage's motive wasn't duty, it was money; he's turned this desolate place into a bloodied, terrorized kingdom. Now, a protégé of Savage, Sergeant...
Three twelve-year-olds, two notorious gunfighters, a half-crazed albino, and a grieving woman vie for $30,000 in gold coin, buried twenty years ago in treacherous Doubtful CaNon.