Monthly Archives: March 2016

Triple Shot Westerns

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Are you ready for some excellent western short stories? Triple Shot Westerns is another wonderful anthology from SUNDOWN PRESS, chock full of good ol’ western action that you won’t want to miss!

Three stories from each of three of the best western authors in the field take you back to the days when men settled their differences with their fists and guns on the dusty streets of Small Town America. Mountain men, miners, lawmen, outlaws and drifters come alive in these stories that create this great collection of tales for lovers of the Old West.

Authors John D. Nesbitt, Kevin Crisp, and Les Williams offer up an assortment of nine stories of western action that will keep you turning the pages until you finish every last exciting tale! Settle back in your easy chair and snag your copy of Triple Shot Westerns for some mighty fine western reading.


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Wild Rose of Ruby Canyon

Wild Rose of Ruby CanyonWhen Henry Sommers declines to take part in a neighbor’s swindle of branding and selling unbranded calves as their own, trouble stalks him. Henry only wants to be left to work his homestead claim and do his job on the ranch.

But there seem to be no hard feelings when Van O’Leary, the neighbor, asks him to look after his place while he’s gone on a business trip. Henry feels he must oblige—O’Leary’s wife, Dora, will be left alone and vulnerable. While O’Leary is away, Henry learns from Dora that her husband has a checkered past.

When O’Leary comes back, he makes insinuations about Henry’s relationship with Dora, even going further in trying to make a pass at Molly Chardon, a girl Henry has an interest in.

When O’Leary turns up dead, the question is…who killed him?


A nicely done traditional western with a hint of mystery and plenty of suspense. —Roundup Magazine


Plain English narrative and dialogue in accord with the historical period in which the story takes place; . . . hero and heroine with consciousness and conscience. . . a place that makes the reader walk where the characters have walked and recognize the land as being "right." —Wyoming Magazine


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