Devereux’s Last Smoke

A short story from the British Library Tales of the Weird collection From the Depths. A smoking cigar is seen in the fog, but not the man behind it. Could it be the final smoke of...

The American’s Tale

A short story from the British Library Tales of the Weird collection Evil Roots. Best known as the creator of Sherlock Holmes, this short story by Conan Doyle preceded the famous...

The Gunsmith

When Spartanville is brutally raided, Dave Petrie leads the manhunt to track down the culprits. In retaliation, the outlaws kidnap four women — and demand Petrie in exchange...

Thieves' Brand

A young man becomes deputy marshal in a part of Oklahoma where rustling is rampant and meets a saloon girl with a heart of gold.

Land of Strangers

Two Western stories. Ben Sutton is summoned to intervene in violence between ranchers and homesteaders accused of rustling. Frank Brokaw is chasing a bank robber on a...

Burnt Creek

These interconnected stories form the dramatic saga of Burnt Creek, a small crossroads town in central Oregon, populated by daring homesteaders.

Death Marks Time in Trampas

This Western quintet brings together five of Flynn's stories, combining mystery, suspense and action, whilst introducing us to fascinating characters, such as the Yaqui Kid.

Should the Tent Be Burning Like That? A Professional Amateur's Guide to the Outdoors

Maybe the best way to explain Bill Heavey's writing is to note that both Ted Nugent and the Wall Street Journal-two entities rarely seen in the same sentence-like it. For more...

The Legend of Sotoju Mountain

In the title story of this trio, a young brave must find and defeat Mato Sapa, the giant black grizzly bear of Sotoju Mountain whilst small bands of Oglala Sioux are heading to...

Black Thunder

Three short stories, featuring one man seeking justice, a dangerous trip in a river boat down some impossible rapids, and a love triangle…

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