Western



71COrqsa+xL[1]The gentleman rancher Allen Alcott befriended two Indian tribes. He found himself in trouble with outlaws, and a railroad. With the help of the Cavalry, a Marshal and an Indian boy, he managed to overcome his troubles by solving all his problems with a plan that stopped an Indian war and completed a needed railroad.


Feathers of the Winds
Francis J. Lussier
Paperback, ISBN: 9781936815487 $10.99






These short stories were written for those who enjoy a variety of westerns but only have time to read one after lunch or before bedtime. Keep in mind these fictional stories are to give the reader some relaxation from the everyday pressures. When you think about it, what else can take your mind off the news that dominates our busy lives after the world around you settles down just before you fall into oblivion?


From the Quill of an Eagle
Francis J. Lussier
Paperback, ISBN: 9781936815197
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All Jake had left was his boat and his daughter Jackie, who possessed a strange gift. Fate and the love of a gambler made it impossible to escape from the Indians until help came from someone she never expected. It was because of the experience she learned that life held more than her gift, money and gambling. When Tony discovered he had a difficult choice between working and gambling he chose the only path a man could take.


Ace of Hearts
Francis J. Lussier
Paperback, ISBN: 1936815184
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Baltimore was the farthest from Retta's mind when she heard her father died. To settle the estate she enlisted the help of a gunslinger to prove she owned the ranch. It wasn't easy since the Kiowa Indians also claimed the land. Slowly the town grew with the help of Dutch settlers. Although there was some bloodshed before they found her father's killer, Loretta prevailed and she found much more than her ranch.


The Day an Angel Came
Francis J. Lussier
Paperback, ISBN: 9781936815173
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In the land of snow Sky Taylor became a force to be reckoned with. His closest friends were a Blackfoot Indian, a Samoye dog and a trapper called Harry. In addition to keeping hunters and renegades and warriors of opposite tribes from war, he also had to pacify the Northwest Lumber Company. Married to the daughter of an army officer, to do this he also had to keep peace with a vindictive Major of the Union army and his Lieutenant.


The Idaho Ranger
Francis J. Lussier
Paperback, ISBN: 9781936815142
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Two men from opposite sides in the Civil War were now good neighbors trying to make a living in the west. When Gary Hart was burned out by renegades he became a vigilante sworn to revenge against his family's killers. Now a wanted man he relied on his friends to fight off the Apache warriors. Eventually he found someone who made him promise that after he satisfied his revenge he would settle down but would it ever be possible?


The Legend of Gary Hart
Francis J. Lussier
Paperback, ISBN: 9781936815135
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Born on a pig farm in Poland, Stanley and his wife Helen were victims of hard times and decided to move to America. They were taken in by Doctor Dell the farm owner. Taking in the Lumbee Indians as workers brought reprisals and troubles from a vindictive Army officer and renegades from the Civil War. With hard work, and the help of Stanley's suggestions, they managed to drive off the evil that plagued their new world.


The Color of Freedom
Francis J. Lussier
Paperback, ISBN: 9781936815128
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This story is about a giant of a man who was half black and half Indian. His passion for trains was as great as the old number 76 engine that he engineered. Trouble with the Indians and the Chinese, who were laying track for a new line, reminded Goliath of when he also was shunned by his own people. Now he was the friend to all everywhere he went and feared by all who tried to undermine the good that he had fought for.


Goliath
Francis J. Lussier
Paperback, ISBN: 9781936815111
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Leaving the shores of the Mediterranean, the Willett's left for America under arrangements with a drunken Captain and a strange crew whose ambition was to take over the ship and its cargo. Wee Willy soon met up with Little Cricket, who also was a midget, and together they joined a circus before finding a home with a Shoshone Indian family who's Chief was Cricket's father. Wee Willy had found his happiness as an Indian.


Little Cricket and Wee Willy
Francis J. Lussier
Paperback, ISBN: 9781936815104
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The Northwest Lumber Company took good care of Todd and Abby Hastings, who came west with little in their meager possession. Innocent and naive of what the west had to offer them. Little did they know of the Indian problems that awaited them. Between friends they made, and some enemies they met, Abby still had time to raise a family between the troubles with the demanding Indian tribes. Was it possible to settle peacefully in the new west?


Born Once Died Twice
Francis J. Lussier
Paperback, ISBN: 9781936815098
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The Irish were as sneaky and crafty as all the English Merchants in Boston, but Smokey was always at least a step ahead as a Drummer even though he gave it up to run his underground railroad for runaway slaves and friendly Indians. His wife gave birth to two children who carried on his devious deeds. All this was when Presidents Jackson and Van Buren left the question of slavery in the hands of Abe Lincoln to clear up.


"Smokey"
Francis J. Lussier
Paperback, ISBN:9781936815081
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George Hank lost his heritage because of the Civil War when the south ravished his family. Determined to make the world pay he turned bandit on the way west. Taken in by mistake as a farm worker he soon found himself in trouble between several women. Whether or not he evened the score was a matter of many circumstances. Called Gungie among other names made no difference in a town that suffered from corruption. What happened after that to make Gungie acceptable, is another long story.


"Gungie"
Francis J. Lussier
Paperback, ISBN: 9781936815074
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The Blackfoot warrior celebrated the birth of his first daughter, who he called Butterfly. She grew into a young maiden at the early age of nine summers. By then she could read and write English fluently. She befriended a young want-to-be warrior and together they braved the recent terrible plundering of Indian villages. Possessed with the ability to tell when disaster would strike saved the village and her beloved warrior from his death.


The Little Butterfly
Francis J. Lussier
Paperback, ISBN: 9781936815067
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The greed for silver and gold has always turned an honest man's head to dangerous thinking. Jason Mines sat on Indian land so with an agreement with the tribe, he managed the mine to provide protection to the Navajo workers. Then the greed for wealth came along but the one man named Gory Cole, who the natives then called "Bandar" came to save the mine for the Jason's. Many of the tribes from Mexico to Wyoming need only to call his name whenever their people were in serious trouble.


"Bandar"
Francis J. Lussier
Paperback, ISBN:9781936815050
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The Lords of England were not happy when Tom bested the English nobility at shooting. Taking over Tom's family property, they arrested him and his sister and shipped them to America as indentured citizens. Forced to travel across the Atlantic in a slave ship they freed themselves and headed west through Indian country. Finally they made Oregon only to discover the surprise of their lives after all their troubles and hardships.


Indentured Guns
Francis J. Lussier
Paperback, ISBN: 9781936815043
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Two brothers came from Ireland to seek their fortunes. Because of the like of whisky their plans to go west never happened. Mike was a hot head and Bernie was a thief. Between the two they were always a dollar short and one step ahead of the law. Blue eyes and magnetic personalities drew the women who followed them west. Only when they discovered gold and lost it did they realized they had to turn their lives around.


Double Trouble
Francis J. Lussier
Paperback, ISBN: 9781936815036
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In the beginning a son was born to a peaceful Indian tribe along the upper Missouri River. Farming was the principle occupation of Matori and his father until renegades killed his father and carried him away. Left at a settlers ranch they named him Mat and gave him an education. Returning to the west he hunted down the renegades. The world had changed for Mat as he fought his way among the white people but once an Indian always an Indian when surviving the troubled west.


The Hunted
Francis J. Lussier
Paperback, ISBN: 9781936815029
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Whip Colbert vowed to find the killers who shot his father, raped his mother and set the house on fire. With the help of a woman and his partner, who was a half breed, he manages to track down the killers. Whip, a friend of the people, and the law found themselves deputies and involved in a bank robbery that led them to the killers he so desperately wanted. Named the Denver Desperado by the law, he was now legally a U.S. Deputy and returned to claim the land he was cheated out of before he left.


The Denver Desperado
Francis J. Lussier
Paperback, ISBN: 9781936815012
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A coal miner, joined with another family, headed west for different reasons and became friends. Dave had Denver in mind and Dan had nowhere in mind, finally ending up in Colorado. Maggie, who should have been a boy, married a Sioux Indian but still kept in touch with the family even after her brother Mike searched the state for her, believing she was captured by Indians. Over the years Dan Maguire found his home in the west and Maggie found a life she wanted desperately as a white Indian squaw.


Maggie MaGuire
Francis J. Lussier
Paperback, ISBN: 9781936815005
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Glen Beaver Maclintock, born to a Canadian father and a Cherokee mother, struggled to find peace as they tried to move west. Meeting many tribes, but accepted by few, had forced him and his Cherokee friends to move with extra caution as they traveled through hostile tribes. Many a warrior died to foil Glen Beaver's attempt for freedom. Would they all die sooner or later or would it be only a few of the Indian warriors, among others?


In My Father's Shadow
Francis J. Lussier
Paperback, ISBN: 9780983019091
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Blackbird was pleased when his wife gave birth to twin boys, Hawk and Robin. As it turned out Hawk was overly aggressive and Robin, on the other hand, was passive, but the bond between them remained strong. Although opposites they had an undying love for their older sister Fawn. Would the bond between them last or will the family be torn apart by their ambitions to honor the Shoshone Indian Village's Medicine Man and their Great Manitaw.


Rainbow Lake
Francis J. Lussier
Paperback, ISBN: 9780983019084
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Born on a farm in North Carolina, Hawk worked his way west and became one of the Denver office's sharpest Deputy Marshalls, along with his partner he called Hummingbird. Called in to help solve the holdup of payrolls from the mint, he discovered, with the help of his partner, that the ring-leader was a stones throws away. Although he and Hummingbird spent most of their time on a wild goose chase there was something else more important they found right under their noses.


Henry (Hawk) Hawkins
Francis J. Lussier
Paperback, ISBN: 9780983019077
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When Peter and his uncle were thrown in jail and accused of trying to kill his family's murderer by a Sheriff who couldn't see someone was after their farm, they met up with an outlaw and escaped from jail. That's when Peter and his uncle Jake found Annabelle and an Indian friend. Together they managed to fight their way clear and find their way home again. It was Jan who found happiness in the strangest way.


Long Way Home
Francis J. Lussier
Paperback, ISBN: 9780983019060
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The Civil War ravaged the nation leaving Men and Women to salvage the remains. Many tried to start where they were but many headed west for new lands to start over again. Such was this story of two such people. Only one was a Yankee and the other a Southerner. One was white and the other black. One was a woman and the other a man. Many were the hardships while crossing the nation. Both were fighters, but could they fight the Indians?


Wagons "Ho"
Francis J. Lussier
Paperback, ISBN: 9780983019046
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Many Indian tribes made their home along the Great Lakes, but one in particular dominated Lake Erie. The villages of the Huron Indians, known to be fierce fighters, and the Ottowa, who were more or less friendly, distrusted each other but both were with and against the French and English at Fort Ticonderoga only to discover they were being used by both sides.


Deep Waters
Francis J. Lussier
Paperback, ISBN: 9780983019039
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You might say that Whiskers Cote' was Canadas answer to Americas Danial Boone. Married to a Blackfoot Indian he was recognized by the small trading post as the keeper of peace. Like in every settlement there is a faction of evil and greed. Although there were Mounted Police it was Cote' with the unknown help of one man and his Indian friend were able to weed out the evil.


Whiskers Cote
Francis J. Lussier
Paperback, ISBN: 9780983019015
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