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It Was Fight Or Die! Book #21 – by Raymond Cook

It Was Fight Or Die! Book #21 – by Raymond Cook

“It Was Fight Or Die!” © 2014 by Raymond Cook is a 255 page story about the conflict between settlers coming to Colorado and the bands of Indians that inhabited that land in the 1890’s. Before the coming of white people to the land that would be called the ‘Colorado Territory’ many groups of Indians inhabited the land. The Apache, Arapaho, Comanche, Crow, Kiowa, Paiute, Pueblo, Shoshone, Sioux and the Ute tribes relied on vast hunting and fishing grounds not only for food but also clothing....

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He Was The Only Thing Keeping Her Alive! Book #22 – by Raymond Cook

He Was The Only Thing Keeping Her Alive! Book #22 – by Raymond Cook

He Was The Only Thing Keeping Her Alive! ©2015 by Raymond Cook is a 263 page (mild erotic content) story about Seth and Sharon Anderson, a couple who lived in San Antonio, Texas in 1899 after joining a wagon train in Independence, Missouri. The couple ran one of the towns many cafés serving food to town folks and ranch hands. But their marriage was doomed from the start. Seth liked his whiskey and the card tables in the many saloons in San Antonio. But it wasn’t an argument over a card game...

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An Appointment With The Gallows! Book #18 – by Raymond Cook

An Appointment With The Gallows! Book #18 – by Raymond Cook

An Appointment With The Gallows! © 2014 by Raymond Cook is a 369 page (Mild Adult Content) western romance story about a series thefts of silver strongbox shipments in the town of Silverton destined for the Denver Mint. U. S. Marshal Albert H. Jones received several telegrams from the owner of The Highland Mary Mine owner regarding continued attacks on his silver shipments and the murders of those men guarding the freight wagons. Three different times the marshal’s office dispatched a deputy...

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Revenge Is A Dish Best Served Cold! Book #17 – by Raymond Cook

Revenge Is A Dish Best Served Cold! Book #17 – by Raymond Cook

Revenge Is A Dish Best Served Cold! © 2014 by Raymond Cook is a 285 page story about a long-time feud between two families outside Marble, Colorado in 1898. On one side were Frank Baker and his four grown sons, Jasper, Seth, Gerald and Bryant. Their neighbors Jess and Tamara Euland owned a cattle ranch beside a lake in a boxed end of a valley. Frank repeatedly offered Jess money if he could water his cattle at his lake but Jess didn’t like the Baker’s and refused. One September morning Frank...

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Tales From A Small Town Sheriff! Book #10 – by Raymond Cook

Tales From A Small Town Sheriff! Book #10 – by Raymond Cook

“Tales From A Small Town Sheriff!” is a 208 page story that chronicles the life of John Tucker as the new sheriff of Marble in 1897. The ‘Homestead Act of 1862’ was the match that lit millions of Americans dreams back east of wanting to own their own land out west. Each married couple was eligible to own 160 acres of land out west’ if they lived on the land, built a home and farmed it for five years. The gold rush era of Colorado brought thousands upon thousands of pioneers to the rugged Rocky...

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The Hunt For The Mountain Man! Book #24 – by Raymond Cook

The Hunt For The Mountain Man! Book #24 – by Raymond Cook

The Hunt For The Mountain Man! © 2016 by Raymond Cook. In the fall of 1900, facing starvation, 400 Shoshone, Sioux and Paiute Indians attacked the town of Marble, Colorado and nearby ranches. They sought to drive out the settlers and take back their lands. When the battle was over, the town burned for days and hundreds of men, women and children were killed. When news of the attack got back to Fort Collins that the Indians had also killed 240 soldiers, 80 railroad workers, Colonel Brooks...

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