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Death Rides On Three Horses! is a 217 page story about Annie Coulter, the wife of a gunfighter by the name of Daniel “Big Dan” Coulter who bought a homestead in the Crystal River Valley outside Marble, Colorado in 1877. For three years they both worked the land raising cattle and horses. Daniel had tried to leave his past life as a gunfighter behind. But “Reputations” follow a man even years later, especially when it came to killing someone’s friend.
In 1875, while in the a Brodie, California saloon called “The Double Eagle”, another gunfighter by the name of Bill Martin pushed Dan out of the way as he entered the saloon and a gunfight ensued. Bill was fast, there was never a doubt in anyone’s eyes, but “Big Dan” was faster. Three holes in the chest of Bill settled the dispute. Sometimes those who died had relatives or friends who chose to take revenge against the one who walked away alive.
In this case, Bill Martin’s brother and 2 friend’s are out to “Even the score.” When they rode back into Cheyenne three weeks later from a cattle drive and learned of their friend’s death, they set out to find Dan Coulter if they had to search three states to do it. After finding “Big Dan” outside Marble Colorado; they kill Dan and beat and rape Annie. The problem was…. “They let her live” and now Annie is out to track each one of them down and kill them for murdering her husband and raping her.
From the Author
This is the third ebook from a series of ten eBooks I have written about pioneer families living in the Colorado territory in the 1890’s. If you love westerns as much as I do, you’ll enjoy the emotions and characters I have tried to capture in all of my books. So sit back, relax and enjoy Death Rides Upon Three Horses!
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. Marble, Colorado was one such small town that held the promise of work in the silver or marble mines.
Was It Fate Or Destiny? is a 258 page story about Emily Brown, a 24 year old widow and her two children, Tommy age seven and Sarah six homesteading in the Crystal River Valley outside Marble, Colorado. Her husband Jess was a miner killed in a card room brawl at Kate's Saloon in 1890. Look through her eyes at the challenges she faces trying to raise and protect her children alone outside of town.
With Jess buried behind her cabin Emily doesn’t feel she can ever allow herself to fall in love with any other man. Travel back in time and see her meet Sam Bates, a kind but shy ranch hand bunking at the Triple R Ranch. See the struggle each of them endure trying to share their feelings for each other and her love she had for Jess before they allow their love to grow.