Gunfighting Western Best Sellers Vol. 1

| September 26, 2014

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Gunfighting Western Best Sellers Vol. 1

8 best sellers for the price of one! A $70 value normally priced at $29. Now on sale for a limited time!

GUNFIGHTING WESTERN BEST SELLERS VOLUME 1

By Van Holt

Enjoy over 1000 pages of gunplay in this Volume 1 Boxed Set of great, best selling westerns by the widely acclaimed author, Van Holt. Get to know broad-shouldered real western cowboys who are quick on the draw, yet quiet, somber and who don’t take any BS. Most are gentlemen who wander the western wastes avoiding most people, just because they would rather not kill at all. But they don’t back down when ruffians taunt or try to break the code of the West.

What some reviewers have to say about Van Holt’s writing:

“Step aside Louis L’Amour, another great Western writer is here…” –Heather

“I had a feeling that Van Holt…might actually be the successor to Zane Gray, a master Western storysmith, whose novels set the style of a generation.” –Stern0
A FEW DEAD MEN

Wearing a badge and a Colt .45, Ben Cobbett had tamed some of the wildest towns in the West.

BLOOD IN THE HILLS

The Circle 8 bunch were really just outlaws and rustlers. Their leader, Mort Dudley had a devious plan to get rid of a couple of his newly hired hands before the bunch cashed in the large herd of cattle

BRANDON’S LAW

Brandon’s law was simple. Leave him alone.

CURLY BILL AND RINGO

Why did the legendary gunfighter, Ringo, come to Boot Hill? Rumors and innuendo ignite the small frontier town.

DEAD MAN RIDING

It happened one evening just before dark in Hoot Spradlin’s dugout store and saloon. He got the drop on the tall man from behind with his shotgun, disarmed him and with the help of his lawless riders he hung Fanton to a cottonwood tree and left him hanging there that dark stormy night.

DYNAMITE RIDERS

Only a small group of avengers rode into Gant’s Basin, Led by Sam Tucker Good. And before they even got started, three of them were quietly eliminated by a traitor among them.

MABEN

The local ranchers and rustlers seemed convinced that the tall two-gun stranger was in fact old Al Maben’s long-lost son.

REBEL WITH A GUN

He was fifteen when the Civil War started, nineteen when it ended. His parents were dead by then, their farm sold for the taxes. The girl he loved had married a boy he hated. Nothing seemed right.

Warning: Reading a Van Holt western may make you want to get on a horse and hunt some bad guys down in the Old West. Of course, the easiest and most enjoyable way to do it is vicariously—by reading another Van Holt western.

Van Holt writes westerns the way they were meant to be written.

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