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Terror Trail : a Ralph Compton western —Brandt, Lyle, 1951- author.

"In the early days of the Mexican Revolution, guerrillas led by Francisco "Pancho" Villa raid a ranch in Doña Ana County, New Mexico Territory. They abscond with a herd of saddle horses earmarked for sale to the U.S. A...

The Badlands Trail : a Ralph Compton western —Brandt, Lyle, 1951- author.

"The drovers of Circle K ranch have to drive the herd of beautiful longhorn cattle five hundred miles northeast to Missouri if they hope to make it through the next year. Toby Bishop, a jack-of-all-trades and drifter, mu...

Ralph Compton. Red trail —Shirley, John, 1953- author.

A cattle drive faces long odds in this exciting new installment in Ralph Comptons Trail Drive series. An outbreak of hostilities with Comanches has disrupted the usual trail routes. But Mase Durst must get his cows from ...

The too-late trail : a Ralph Compton western —Compton, Ralph, creator.

"After struggling for years to work a raw-patch ranch in the arid flatlands of Texas, young Mitchell Newland learns that his herd of scrubby range cattle will fetch ten times their local price if they're driven to Montan...

The wrong side of the law : a Ralph Compton western —Randisi, Robert J., author.

A bandit who takes the identity of a dead lawman finds that the best place to hide is in plain sight.

Ralph Compton Broken rider : a Ralph Compton western —Shirley, John, 1953- author.

Riding into the town of Smoky River on a mangy mule, Dane looks as broken down as his old mount. His Stetson is ragged, his boots are tied together with leather thongs, and he wears a Colt Army revolver with exactly thre...

Ralph Compton. Ride the hammer down —McCauley, Terrence, author.

In this racing new installment in bestseller Ralph Compton's the Gunfighter series, Marshal John Beck is a man who has spent his career dispensing justice throughout the West, but now the justice is personal. Marshal Joh...

The Empire Trail —Rovin, Jeff, author.

Andrew Buchanan has a problem. His modest ranch in Southern California is being pressured by an unscrupulous competitor and the encroaching wave of the future--orange growers. The only chance he has to sell his cattle fo...

Prairie Fire, Kansas : a Ralph Compton western —Shirley, John, 1953-

"Fresh from a successful trail drive, cattle hand Seth Coe is feeling flush, especially after a lucky streak at the poker table. But his good fortune earns him a dangerous enemy, notorious tinhorn gambler Hannibal Fisher...

Dalton's justice : a Ralph Compton novel —Stowers, Carlton, author.

"It's been ten years since the worst day of Ben Dalton's life. After four grinding years of war, the Confederate veteran returned to his hometown of Aberdeen, Texas, to find that Mandy, the girl he loved, had run off wit...

Ride for justice : a Ralph Compton western —Randisi, Robert J., author.

"Matt Wheeler was a legend in the West. His fast gun and dedication for justice made him a sought-after lawman for hire, but all of that vanished one dark night. Matt was convicted of murder for killing the man who kille...

Ralph Compton. drive for independence —Brandt, Lyle, 1951- author.
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2021
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After a child is accidentally killed in a shootout, Art Catlin decides to give up his life of bounty hunting and finds a new career as a drover, working for the Bar X ranch. The trail is 770 miles from Santa Fe to Indepe...

Death Valley drifter : a Ralph Compton western —Rovin, Jeff, author.

A gunman without a gun wakes up in Death Valley. With no recollection of how he got there or even his own name. He's a dead man walking, until he stumbles upon the homestead of a widow and her young son, who nurse himbac...

The Badlands Trail a Ralph Compton western —Brandt, Lyle, 1951- author.
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2020
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"The drovers of Circle K ranch have to drive the herd of beautiful longhorn cattle five hundred miles northwest to Missouri if they hope to make it through the next year. Toby Bishop, a jack-of-all-trades and drifter, wi...

Prairie Fire, Kansas a Ralph Compton western —Shirley, John, 1953- author.
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2021
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"Fresh from a successful trail drive, cattle hand Seth Coe is feeling flush, especially after a lucky streak at the poker table. But his good fortune earns him a dangerous enemy, notorious tinhorn gambler Hannibal Fisher...

The wolves of seven pines : a Ralph Compton western —Ripley, E. L., author.

His wife is gone to tuberculosis, his reputation was lost in the war, most of his life has already passed by, and now even his horse has been taken by colic. All Carpenter has left are the men from his Army company. Duri...

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