Recommendation of the week “The Coming of Hopalong Cassidy” by Clarence E. Mulford

Buck Peters put everything he owned into the Bar-20 ranch. The spread was a dream come true for his family-a permanent home and livelihood on the beautiful, wild Western frontier.

Just as he began to hope that his life would continue playing out this idyllic perfection, Buck’s whole world is turned upside-down by a band of renegade buffalo hunters. Threatening Buck’s spread, his cattle, his family, and even his life. These thugs swear to let nothing and no one get in there way.

That’s when Hopalong Cassidy rides in……..

Recommendation of the week “The Janson Command” by Robert Ludlum

Reformed from his days of covert-operations, Paul Janson has set a new mission for himself. Working in partnership with champion sharpshooter Jessica Kincaid, he rehabilitates disenchanted agents and helps them create new lives outside of violent  intelligence sector. These former operatives then form a net-work of support for Janson when it comes to his other job-Janson also takes on independent assignments. For a fee, he’ll use his skills to resolve international crises. But only those actions that he believes contribute to the greater good of all.

Whether he’s rescuing an American doctor from Somali pirates, attacking militant thugs intent on murdering a west African public servant agitating for human rights, or hunting the money-lenders who capitalize on barbaric civil war, Janson stays honest with three simple rules: 1) No torture; 2) No civilian casualties; 3) No killing anyone who doesn’t try to kill them. Yet with his commitment to doing what is right-while facing canny intelligence operatives, ruthless warlords, deeps sea marauders, or brutal dictators- Janson finds that his most difficult task is figuring out if he’s fighting for the good side.

Recommendation of the week “Roundup on the pick up wire” by Allan Vaughan Elston

Johnny Diamod was just a kid when his entire family was wiped out and the stock run off. He’d been away at school or he’d be dead too. Now, six years after the massacre, Johnny is heading north from his Texas ranch, hell-bent on revenge.

The murderers were thought to be Apaches, but Johnny jas found a clue in the murders, a clue that turns the theory of an Apache killing on its head. He found a copper disk that was negotiable for drinksat a bar located in Las Peridas County, Colorado, hardly something the Apaches would have left behind.

Once he reaches Las Perdidas County, Johnny quickly finds that he is not welcome… in fact, his life isnt’t worth a plugged nickel. Undaunted, he investigates until the final showdown. Some will live and some will die, but Johnny will avenge the murder of his family, or die trying.

Recommendation of the week “Wunpost” by Dane Coolidge

“Wunpost was the nickname bestowed on John C. Calhoun, who, though he came from a good old Southern family and had the profile of a bronzed Greek god, he was so illiterate that, when he found a gold mine and wanted to call it “One Post” he spelled it wrong, and it became forever “Wunpost.”

Hard working Calhoun discovered one gold mine after another, only to be cheated out of them by the ruthless Judson Eells, who used hired killers and fine-print contracts drawn up by a low-down lawyer to tie up honest prospectors and take the gold for himself.

John C. Calhoun wasn’t book smart, he’d be the first to admit it. But he wasn’t going to be taken for a fool. He’d get even with those thieves and thugs, and they’d never see it coming….”

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