Monthly Archives: March 2016

South of Rising Sun

South of Rising Sun McCall WebU. S. Marshal, Alistair Taggart, has spent almost seven years protecting the citizens of Bleeding Kansas from the lawlessness surrounding its push to achieve statehood. Now, Kansas has entered the Union as a free state, but the violence threatens to continue when the Civil War erupts only three months later.

During one of Taggart's regular visits to the former Kansas territorial capital of Lecompton, local rancher, James Harper, enlists the marshal's help to catch the cattle rustlers intent on stealing his livelihood. But Kansas is just beginning its reign as the wildest state in the Union, and Taggart must also deal with Jayhawkers, highwaymen, unpredictable weather and those hell-bent on revenge. Taggart finds his job further complicated by a runaway slave and animals gone delinquent, along with his own concerns that age may finally be catching up with him.

Solving the case will prove harder than Taggart ever imagined, and its resolution will cost him dearly. Sometimes, justice only comes with a price.


AmazonBarnes & NobleiBooksKoboSmashwords

























Twin Rivers

Twin RiversWhen Clay Westbrook stakes his own claim in the rugged Wyoming Territory, he hopes to run few cattle on it while he continues to work as a cowhand. But when a Mexican sheepherder, Tony Campos, is bullied by local land baron Theodore Sutton and his hired thug, Clay is fired from his job for defending Campos.

Though Clay thinks that he’s seen the worst of things, he quickly discovers that Sutton is behind a corrupt land grab and irrigation scheme—and he means to take Clay’s homestead as part of his plan.

Clay realizes he is fast falling in love with Campos’s spirited niece, Lupita, and is unwilling to put her in danger—but Lupita is determined to help Clay put an end to Sutton’s underhanded plotting with some dreams of her own.

Another excellent work from the author of the acclaimed One-Eyed Cowboy Wild. —Booklist


Increasingly sensitive and human, Clay Westbrook is very much a hero for our time. —Western American Literature


Nesbitt demonstrates himself a skilled wrangler of detail and character. —Publishers Weekly


. . . certainly the genre can’t ask for a better portent than a western written by John Nesbitt. —Roundup Magazine


AmazonBarnes & NobleiBooksKoboSmashwords

























One-Eyed Cowboy Wild

One Eyed Cowboy Wild Nesbitt3 web



When Zeke Hill returns home, his brother Gene is glad to see him—despite some troubling changes. As Zeke’s true character comes out, Gene realizes that his brother doesn’t have a strong set of moral values.

When Zeke resumes a deadly feud with Charlie Bickford, and then Charlie’s brother, Chet, Gene has no choice but to stick by his own brother. But at what cost?

Danger stalks the Hill brothers, and Gene’s budding relationship with a pretty young ranch girl, Katharine Rose, is at stake. Blood’s thicker than water…but trouble is here to stay.




A traditional western that depends more on character than plot . . . This is definitely a thinking man’s or woman’s novel. —Roundup Magazine


One-Eyed Cowboy Wild is a refreshing version of the stories that first set the Western before its audience. [It] is a Western in the form of classics like The Virginian. . . . Prepare yourself to experience the Western the way it was before gratuitous violence was the American way of entertainment. —Springdale, Ark., News


. . .a remarkable work . . . Nesbitt is a true artist. . . . One-Eyed Cowboy Wild has as its most stylish feature dialogue which is simply superb. —Western American Literature


Nesbitt offers in his first novel a fine tale of the West. . . . More books from this talented pen would be most welcome. —Library Journal


AmazonBarnes & NobleiBooksKoboSmashwords





























Halfbreed Law: A Havelock Novel

Halfbreed Law by Chuck TyrellWhen Barnabas Donovan, the captain of a band of Yankee raiders, shoots seventeen-year-old Garet Havelock, he only makes one mistake—he doesn’t kill him.

Years pass, determination burns, and Havelock, a Cherokee halfbreed, marshal of Vulture City, must now retrieve $100,000 in bullion that has been stolen. Havelock sets out to catch the thieves and recover the gold across the unforgiving Mojave Desert. But before long, he realizes Fate has served up justice, and the outlaw kingpin he’s after is none other than Donovan, the man who shot him years earlier.

Garet Havelock is older, wiser, and stronger now. He understands that Barnabas Donovan is pure evil and will stop at nothing to get what he wants—even if it means gunning down his own brother. Havelock is determined to retrieve that gold and save Donovan’s sister, Laura—though it may mean his own life. It’s past time for Donovan to face the consequences with a taste of Halfbreed Law


AmazonBarnes & NobleiBooksKoboSmashwords