These titles were recently added to the collection of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.
November 23, 2016
Manning, Jason, author.
263 pages ; 17 cm.
"A Texas holiday is worth fighting for"--Cover.
Texas Ranger Bill Sayles rode scout for Sam Houston when he was no more than fifteen. These days the lawman on the wrong side of three score years, and the glory days of the Rangers are on the wane. But Sayles still hits what he aims at and is not a man to cross. Ten days before Christmas in the harsh winter of 1876, Sayles arrives at the state prison in Huntsville to escort prisoner Jake Eddings on a furlough to his hometown, where his ten-year-old son is being laid to rest. In a desperate scheme to save his farm, Eddings took part in a stagecoach holdup in which the driver was killed. After serving two years of a fifteen-year sentence, he is already a broken man. Despite the agony of regret, he longs to see his wife and bury his beloved boy. But when Sayles gets wind that the murderous Litchfield brothers are headed in the direction of Eddings farm, the Ranger and his prisoner join forces to keep Eddings wife from harm and maybe grab a last shot at redemption.
November 14, 2016
Punke, Michael, author.
Moskva : Izdatelʹstvo "Ė", 2016.
314 pages : map ; 21 cm.
A story of survival on the American frontier chronicles the exploits of fur trapper Hugh Glass, who is attacked by a grizzly bear and left for dead by his fellow trappers, but survives and treks through the wilderness to seek justice.
November 10, 2016
Dunn, Scarlett, author.
364 pages ; 17 cm
Lily Starr rides like an angel and she's a crack shot. She's determined to shepherd a helpless group of outcasts from Texas to Wyoming by Christmas, including a pregnant woman whose blessed event is drawing near. So, encountering handsome Thorpe Turlow along the dangerous trail is a welcome unexpected gift, for he's as formidable as he is reserved. Besides, understanding this gentle, secretly wounded man is another challenge Lily isn't about to resist.
November 9, 2016
Johnstone, William W., author.
412 pages ; 17 cm
At the Sugarloaf Ranch, Smoke and Sally Jensen prepare to welcome Preacher home for the holidays--unaware that their friend is trailed by a storm full of trouble. On a mission of vengeance, an old trapper is rescued by Ace and Chance Jensen from ruthless outlaws--and wanted by a driven bounty hunter named Luke Jensen. And, just released from prison, a criminal mastermind assembles a vicious gang of cutthroats to extract his final revenge against his enemy--the sheriff of Big Rock, Colorado. With a snowstorm brewing, a community in jeopardy, and a showdown ready to explode, these courageous pioneers are brought together by fate and fury to forge peace on earth. But they're going to have to fight for it. With guns. With grit. With glory. Because this Christmas, the greatest gift of all is . . . staying alive.
November 9, 2016
Smith, Cotton. author.
326 pages ; 17 cm.
"A Corrigan brothers western" --Cover.
Agon Bordner is dead, and the ranch he cheated for has been handed over to Deed Corrigan and his brothers. But before they can get the Bar 3 back on its feet, Deed, Holt, and Blue must fight to rebuild the town by buying the bank and appointing a marshal. For a moment, peace looks possible for these three weary veterans of the trail--until the guns begin to fire. Seeking vengeance for their boss, eight of Bordner's killers storm the town. They rob the bank, kill the marshal, and break the rest of their gang out of the jail. To save the town, Deed and Holt hit the trail, planning vengeance the only way they know how. Blue stays behind, stepping into the marshal's role to guard the jail, as the Corrigans risk their necks to save the only place they have ever called home
November 9, 2016
Johnstone, William W., author.
New York, NY : Pinnacle Books, Kensington Publishing Corp., 
344 pages ; 17 cm
"A Will Tanner western"--Cover.
The train grinds to a halt somewhere in the Indian Nations, and the bandits get onboard. They take everything on the train worth stealing and gun down a guard to make their escape--just another notch on the belt for Ben Trout and Zack Larsen, two of the most savage killers in the west. U.S. Deputy Marshal Ed Pine follows them to Muskogee. There the trail runs cold, and Ed Pine disappears. To save his friend, Deputy Will Tanner rides for Muskogee, where justice extends only as far as the range of a Colt .45. Tanner earned his badge in a blistering gunfight, when he got the drop on a trio of killers and saved the life of another fellow marshal. Now, he'll have to be just as quick--and just as deadly. To bring in Trout and Larsen, Tanner must set his badge aside, and resort to the law of the gun.
October 19, 2016
Hansen, Ron, 1947- author.
xii, 301 pages : maps ; 24 cm
"Born Henry McCarty, Billy the Kid was a diminutive, charming, blond-haired young man who, growing up in New York, Kansas, and later New Mexico, demonstrated a precocious dexterity at firing six-shooters with either hand--a skill that both got him into and out of trouble and that turned him into an American legend of the old West. He was smart, well-spoken, attractive to both white and Mexican women, a good dancer, and a man with a nose for money, horses, and trouble. His spree of crimes and murders has been immortalized in dime westerns, novels, and movies. But the whole story of his short, epically violent life has never been told as it has been here"-- Provided by publisher.
October 18, 2016
Groom, Winston, 1944- author.
xii, 477 pages ; 25 cm
When the Colonel's famous Valle del Sol ranch is raided, it was Pancho Villa who not only stole the cattle but also murdered the ranch manager. Even worse, Villa's henchmen abduct the Colonel's grandchildren in another daring raid only days later. Frantic, the aging patriarch and his adopted son race to El Paso, hoping to gather a group of cowboys brave enough to hunt down the generalissimo on his own turf. But their deep pockets and political clout mean next to nothing in a crumbling nation rife with communist sympathizers. When a twist of fate unites his party with that of Johnny Ollas, an aspiring matador whose wife has also been kidnapped by the marauding revolutionaries, the two factions gallop off on an extraordinary manhunt through some of the most inhospitable terrain on earth: the vast and snake-ridden Sierra Madre.
October 13, 2016
Broday, Linda, author.
441 pages ; 18 cm
"The men of legend" --Cover
After being gravely injured chasing a notorious criminal, Texas Ranger Sam Legend heads for home, only to find himself locked in battle to save a desperate woman on the run.
September 12, 2016
Brooks, Bill, 1943- author.
243 pages ; 23 cm
"Leader of the last of the great outlaw bands, the Olklahombres, Bill Doolin outfoxed the law while trying to walk the line between being a good man and bad. He was a family man and a bank and train and stagecoach robber. By the end of his reign, almost every one of his gang had been gunned down, and now the law was out to finish him as well. But it would not be easy, not even for the likes of the famed U.S. Marshals led by Heck Thomas. A fictional account based on factual evidence about the last of the badmen" -- Amazon.com.
August 29, 2016
Bittner, Rosanne, 1945- author.
Naperville, Illinois : Sourcebooks Casablanca, 
503 pages : genealogical chart ; 18 cm.
"The powerful third installement of the Outlaw hearts saga"--Cover.
Over the years, Jake and Miranda Harkner have endured all the dangers a wild and brutal West could throw at them. Now, settled on their ranch in the beautiful Colorado hill country, they've finally found peace. But for a man like Jake Harkner, danger is always lurking, and the world may not be ready for an infamous outlaw-turned-lawman-turned-legend to hang up his guns. Threatened by cruel men in search of revenge, the Harkner clan must be stronger than ever before. Yet nothing can stop the coming storm. With the Old West dying around them and the rules of this new world ever-changing, Jake vows to end the threat to his family no matter what it takes. Even if it means sacrificing himself so his beloved Miranda may live.
July 8, 2016
Oke, Janette, 1935- author.
317 pages ; 23 cm.
"When Beth Thatcher returns to Coal Valley, she has much to be excited about. She anticipates Jarrick's proposal of marriage and perhaps a spring wedding. The mine is expanding, and there are more schoolchildren than ever. But the town's rapid growth brings many challenges. A second teacher is assigned, and Beth finds herself going head-to-head with a very different philosophy of education--one that dismisses religion and rejects God. Fearful for the children who sit under the influence of Robert Harris Hughes, Beth struggles to know how to respond. At the same time, Beth wonders if Jarrick is considering a position at her father's company simply for her sake. Should she admit her feelings on the matter? Or keep silent and allow Jarrick to make up his own mind?"--Provided by publisher.
May 24, 2016
Spillane, Mickey, 1918-2006, author.
New York, NY : Kensington Books, 2016.
xi, 223 pages ; 22 cm.
A Caleb York western --Cover.
Before leaving for San Diego and his new job as a Pinkerton man, Caleb York vows to make the streets of Trinidad, New Mexico, safe once again.
May 24, 2016
Wheeler, Richard S., author.
285 pages ; 22 cm
"Includes 'Dead Weight' a never-before-published short story" --Cover.
"A Tom Doherty Associates book."
"A widow must defend herself and her property from greedy townsfolk..."--Amazon.com.
May 19, 2016
Estleman, Loren D., author.
224 pages ; 22 cm.
"A Tom Doherty Associates book."
"U.S. Deputy Page Murdock is ordered by Federal Judge Harlan A. Blackthorne to Cape Hell, Mexico, to verify a report that former Confederate Captain Oscar Childress is raising an army to take over Mexico City--and then intends to turn north to rekindle the Civil War. Childress, it seems, has the weapons, wealth, and moral compass to do it. Unable to talk himself out of the mission, Murdock heads south on a steam train named "El Espanto"--The Ghost. With only Hector Cansado, an engineer who can't be trusted and Joseph, a Native American fireman with a few secrets of his own, Murdock hurtles through the murderous desert of a foreign land toward a man bent on wholesale massacre--unless Murdock can stop him."--Book jacket.
May 16, 2016
McGarrity, Michael, author.
525 pages : illustrations, maps, genealogical table ; 24 cm.
"When Matthew Kerney returns to his ranch in the beautiful San Andres Mountains after serving in Sicily during World War II, he must not only fight to recover physically and emotionally from a devastating war injury, but he must also battle attempts by the U.S. Army to seize control of his land for expanded weapons testing. Forced off public grazing lands, banned from gathering his cattle on high mountain pastures, and confronted by military police guarding a high security army post on the northern reaches of the range, Matt finds himself at the center of a heavy-handed government land-grab. The reasons behind this surge of secrecy and control become clear when Matt witnesses the boiling, blinding explosion of the first atom bomb at Trinity Site. As he struggles with an aging, stove-up father no longer able to carry a heavy load at the ranch, an ex-convict intent on killing him, and a failing relationship with a woman he dearly loves, Matt must draw upon all his mental and physical resources to keep his world--and the people in it--from collapsing."-- Provided by publisher.
May 3, 2016
Goodman, Jo, 1953- author.
New York : Berkley Sensation, 2015.
404 pages ; 17 cm.
"After a horse drags him through the countryside, Israel McKenna awakes bruised and battered in a field in Pancake Valley, Colorado. He can recall where he came from and where he was going, but the memory of how he came to be on the Pancake homestead eludes him. He’s certain he did something wrong to deserve such a harsh punishment—and so is the beautiful woman who reluctantly comes to his aid"--Page  of cover.
April 4, 2016
Waterville, Maine : Five Star, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning, 2016.
313 pages ; 23 cm
Set in the Arizona Territory in the early 1880s, a courageous settler from the East and an aristocratic cattle baron become involved in a relationships neither wants but neither can resist.
March 15, 2016
Colt, Paul, author.
Waterville, Maine : Five Star Publishing, 
305 pages ; 22 cm
March 7, 2016
Amis, Fedora, author.
Waterville, Maine : Five Star, 
287 pages ; 22 cm
February 19, 2016
Brendan, Maggie, 1949-
Grand Rapids, Michigan : Revell Books, 
331 pages ; 22 cm.
February 4, 2016
Knott, Robert, 1954- author.
324 pages ; 24 cm
Based on characters created by Robert B. Parker.
Managing an influx of carpetbaggers, gamblers, thieves and other disreputables in prosperous Appaloosa, Cole and Hitch are challenged by a flashy and womanizing casino owner who proves slippery when he is implicated in a series of murders.
January 5, 2016
New York : Zebra Books, 
375 pages ; 178 cm.
Sequel to : Promises kept.
"The McBride Brothers"--Cover.
"She may be an heiress, but Parker Promise Sinclair cares more about living an adventurous life than snaring a suitable husband. So it's no surprise when she joins a Wyoming wagon train--only to survive a massacre that leaves her with no memory, a target on her back--and her abiding faith tested by the only man who can possibly protect her. His gunfighting skills and trail savvy have saved U.S. Marshal Jake McBride more times than he can count. And his instincts tell him the only way to keep Promise alive is to take her along on his high-stakes cattle drive. But she soon proves she can ride and shoot with the best of them--and Jake finds it increasingly difficult to keep himself from falling for her. Soon, with danger closing in, they'll have only one chance to face their doubts, their fears--and their growing love...."--Cover, p. 
December 31, 2015
Swenson, Wallace J.
Waterville, Maine : Five Star Publishing, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning, 
231 pages ; 23 cm
December 18, 2015
Murphy, Robert Lee.
Waterville, Maine : Five Star, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning, 
287 pages : map ; 22 cm