William W Johnstone
An innocent fugitive joins a cattle drive in New Mexico Territory—but a herd of trouble is one step behind him...
In this thrilling frontier saga, bestselling authors William W. Johnstone and J.A. Johnstone celebrate an unsung hero of the American West: a humble chuckwagon cook searching for justice—and fighting for his life . . .
DIE BY THE GUN
Dewey "Mac" McKenzie is wanted for a killing
First in the blazing Western series featuring two reluctant heroes from the bestselling authors of the First Mountain Man and Last Gunfighter novels.
In frontier literature, the name "Johnstone" means big, hard-hitting Western adventure told at a breakneck pace. Now, the bestselling authors kick off a rollicking, dramatic new series—with the first novel about a pair of not-quite-over-the-hill drifters winding
Preacher is a wanted man in this straight-shooting Western adventure from the New York Times and USA Todaybestselling author of Absaroka Ambush.
A Friendly Place . . .
During a trip back east for a family reunion, Preacher learns that even the civilized Midwest can attract a motherlode of trouble . . . especially when a gang of local bully boys decides to pick a fight. Now, wealthy
Outlaws, snowstorms, rugged terrain—nothing will stop them from making it to Montana Territory in time for Christmas . . . "A masterful storyteller." —Publishers Weekly
From the masters of frontier fiction comes a holiday tale set in the very heart of America—a Western saga of courageous souls coming together, with a little help from the Jensen family . . .
In the fall of 1873, a wagon train
William Johnstone and J.A. Johnstone are the acclaimed masters of the American frontier and national bestsellers. Now, they take on the deadliest and most feared outlaw to ever walk the Old West--John Wesley Hardin.
First he became a killer.
Then he became a legend.
He was 15 when he killed his first man. Before his murderous ways ended, Hardin killed 42 men in cold blood--one,...
Smoke Jensen is on the trail to Montana to rescue a relative from a range war in this gritty Western adventure by the USA Today bestselling author.
Smoke Jensen couldn't have cared less that a range war had erupted in Montana. But his cousin Fae was stuck right in the middle of a hundred-gun showdown that was about to explode in bullets and blood.
When Smoke strapped on his Colts and went to Fae's aid, he knew the deck was
New York Times bestselling series: Stranded in the middle of a brutal range war, an innocent man may have no choice but to take sides . . .
Smoke Jensen sat in a cave and boiled the last of his coffee. He figured he was in Idaho—somewhere south of Montpelier—but he was certain about only two things: he was cold and he was being hunted by a small army of men. Smoke knew why he was cold—it was winter. He just
A compelling saga of a family's struggle to build an empire on the frontier, from the USA Today bestselling authors of The Family Jensen.
In a sprawling new saga that embodies the pioneer spirit, the masters of the Western introduce the Kerrigans, a rough-and-tumble clan of pioneers making their own way across darkest America led by a woman as ferocious as the Texas sun.
Meet the family that tamed the wild
11) Blood Valley
As ranchers and homesteaders go to war in Wyoming, a new lawman faces a trial by gunfire in the New York Times–bestselling author's Western series debut.
Lawmen don't last long in the town of Doubtful, Wyoming Territory. The last one quit, another ended up in a hangman's noose, and one more was backshot by the hired guns at the Circle L Ranch. But the town of Doubtful has never seen the likes of the man known as
New York Times bestselling series: Smoke Jensen makes his way to San Francisco to sort out a case of gold, gangs, and a madam's mysterious death . . .
In the depth of a cruel High Lonesome winter comes a cryptic message for Smoke Jensen. The letter tells of skullduggery by gold barons, railroad magnates, and Chinese tongs in San Francisco. Smoke knows only one person in the city by the bay: the well-rounded, open-natured Francie,
In this western by the USA Today–bestselling author of Spirit of the Mountain Man, a cowboy stops in the wrong town and soon faces double the danger.
The Wyoming tinderbox of Muddy Gap is feeling none too friendly ever since the Grubbs gang tore through on a hellraising rampage. And it's far from over. Because what the vicious Utah Jack Grubbs would really kill for just rode into town: Smoke Jensen...and a small...
Smoke Jensen never wanted to kill, but fate had other plans, and the Mountain Man has left plenty of blood, tears and fury in his wake. Angus MacDougal, the father of one of Smoke's victims, wants revenge. Riding up to Big Rock, Colorado, MacDougal has decided that killing Smoke won't be enough. He intends to bring him back to Pueblo and hang him before a crowd. It's a bloodthirsty plan...
Texas royalty doesn't stand a chance against the blood brothers in a lawless Western adventure from the bestselling author of San Angelo Showdown.
Young Matt Bodine and Sam Two Wolves became blood brothers on the day the rancher's son saved the warrior's life, forging a bond no one could ever break. As years passed, a legend grew of the Cheyenne and the white man who rode together—and who could jerk killing iron
20) Eyes of Eagles
First in the MacCallister series from the USA Today bestselling author. "[A] rousing, two-fisted saga of the growing American frontier."—Publishers Weekly
A man as rugged as the New Frontier and as bold as the untamed West . . .
Orphaned at the age of seven and adopted by the Shawnee, Jamie Ian MacCallister grew into a man more at ease in the wilderness than among men. But when the westward