The Peter Brandvold Introductory Library: Classic Action and Adventure Westerns

The Peter Brandvold Introductory Library: Classic Action and Adventure Westerns

BESTSELLING AUTHOR MEAN PETE BRANDVOLD HAS BEEN SPINNING CLASSIC, ACTION-FILLED WESTERN YARNS FOR THE PAST TWENTY-FIVE YEARS.

In this Introductory Library, readers will find the first book from each of Peter Brandvolds eight bestselling, fan favorite seriesoffering a mere taste of the smorgasbord served up by the wester-writing legend himself.

Sheriff Ben Stillman Series
Playing poker, smoking cigarettes, and drinking whiskey retirement is treacherous business for ex-lawman Ben Stillman. But when the past comes looking for him, can the worn-out old lawman live up to the legendary lawman he once was?

.45 Caliber Series
Cuno Massey’s thirst for revenge runs deep. Deeper than his skills. But when Rolf Anderson and Sammy Spoon kill his stepmother and father, nothing will stand in his way. Hell even ride straight through hell for the bittersweet taste of revenge.

Yakima Henry Series
Half Indian and half white, Yakima Henry considers himself lucky to have any job even if it means sweeping up the local brothel. But when four hombres attempt to carve up one of the house girls, Yakima gives them a taste of their own medicine with his Arkansas Toothpick. Now, he’s the girl’s protector and on the run from a vicious bounty hunter.

Colter Farrow Saga
Colter Farrow may be young, but ever since his stepfather was savagely murdered, his blood has boiled with a rage as great as any mans. While trying to exact revenge, Colter ends up on the run from bounty hunters, outlaws, and a sadistic sheriff.

Lou Prophet Series
Lou Prophets life as a bounty hunter has taught him one rule you don’t stop riding till the job is finished. Repeatedly caught in bloody crossfires and determined to show outlaws that justice doesn’t always wear a badge, Lou faces seemingly insurmountable odds at every turn.

The Revenger Series
Mike Sartain The Revenger grew up in the French Quarter of New Orleans where he was taught how to fight by some of the toughest, meanest SOBs in any port. He was taught how to love by some of the most beautiful women in the world. Now, The Revenger rides for anyone who has an ax to grind.

Rogue Lawman Series
Deputy U.S. Marshal Gideon Hawk was respected throughout the Territory as a lawman of principle until Three Fingers Ned Meade threw him a curve. When Meade killed Hawk’s ten-year-old boy, the grisly act drove Hawk’s grief-stricken wife to hang herself. Now, robbed of kin, Hawk sets out on a brutal quest to find the man responsible at any cost.

Bloody Joe Mannion Series
Bloody Joe Mannion is a town tamer of great renown. His temper is just as famous. Known as the most uncompromising lawman on the Western frontier, he’s been the town marshal of Del Norte in the Colorado Territory for the past five years. Now, Bloody Joe is willing to risk everything including his life, the town, and a hail of hot lead. $0.99 on Kindle.
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The Renegade Patriot

The Renegade Patriot

Set in Thailand in the early 1970’s, The Renegade Patriot is a murder mystery, a war novel, a love story, and a slow-burn psychological thriller about hero worship, personal corruption, and atonement during the CIA’s secret war in Laos. $0.99 on Kindle.
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Spanish Bit Saga: Volume One

Spanish Bit Saga: Volume One
A compelling historical tale of an audacious conquistador, turned Native American warrior.

When Juan Garcia embarks on an exploration of a continent steeped in mystery, he encounters a Native American society, where he contributes the Spanish Bita talisman that forever reshapes their society. $0.99 on Kindle.
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Faraday: The Complete Epic Western Adventure Series

Faraday: The Complete Western Adventure Series
The race is on to span the continent with steel rails, and someone is willing to do anything to stop it even if it means spilling rivers of innocent blood.

Saddle up for this heart-pounding railroad adventure filled with danger, intrigue, and high-stakes action today! $0.99 on Kindle.
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WAR BONDS

WAR BONDS

What lengths will a prisoner of war go what sacred boundaries will he breach and what dangerous liaisons will he consummate for the chance to gain freedom? Conscripted into the British army at the dawn of World War Two, Lieutenant Gordon Clarke finds himself at a deadly moral crossroads inWar Bonds. His treacherous decisions could cost him a wife and child who await him in England indeed his very soul but may chart his only path to liberation.
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Free: If Cotton Could Talk

If Cotton Could Talk
This gripping journey of a young girl’s fight for freedom in the pre-Civil War South will leave you on the edge of your seat. Set in 1850, the novel tells the story of Bertha, a young girl taught to read despite being banned and punishable by whipping or even death. She uses her newfound skills to help her fellow enslaved people prepare for freedom. As the Civil War began, President Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation, declaring slaves were free, if they were in a rebellious State.

The slaves must survive and keep their dignity in a world of powerful slave owners determined to keep their wealth and power. It is a story of love, betrayal, revenge, and redemption. A story of families, of strong black men & women, and how America left their fate to the same people who enslaved them; free to do as they pleased with no repercussions, or so they thought.
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Ariadne’s Crown

Ariadne's Crown
Killing the Minotaur is only half the story

As heir to the throne in ancient Crete, Ariadne feels like a poor substitute for her heroic brother.

Shes wild, where he was brave. Impulsive, where he was noble. Restless, where he was steady.

Things get complicated when a handsome, arrogant warrior arrives with the tribute from Athens and makes claims that threaten the shaky peace between their kingdoms. Ariadne’s torn. Theseus is the enemy, but she starts to think he might be right.

When her world starts to unravel, Ariadne is caught between loyalties. Should she trust Theseus, betray her father and risk losing everything? Or does her path lie with the reckless new god, Dionysus?

“This is perhaps one of the best and the most entertaining young adult/mythology/epic novels I have read so far this year.” – Readers Favorite Review $3.99 on Kindle.
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Free: Baron & Brannigan, Book 1, Song and Dance

Baron & Brannigan, Book 1, Song and Dance
Slip Back to the 1890s and join young and handsome Billy Brannigan and his younger pal, Danny Baron, as they set out to find fame, fortune and romance as entertainers. On the road to success, they travel from Doc Nobles medicine show to a minstrel show and finally to the gas-lit stages of old New York’s gaudy music halls and vaudeville theaters, but not without mishaps and mayhem along the way. You’ll experience the 1890s from a young mans point of view, but even diehard historic fiction romance fans will find it a rollicking good read. It’s the first book in a series, so check it out now because its FREE for just 5 days. Get it today and save $3.99. Free on Kindle.
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The Chaney Brothers: The Complete Western Adventure Series

Robert Vaughan’s The Chaney Brothers Western Adventures: The Complete Series

New York Times Bestselling Author Robert Vaughan combines epic adventure and the search for truth and justice in an oftentimes lawless land, available for the first time in a complete and unabridged collection. Lance and Buck Chaney have been fighting on opposite sides of the war until they are brought together by a shipment of gold dust. $0.99 on Kindle.
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Betrayal on Beltane

Betrayal on Beltane

Born into the warrior elite, Jannon showed great promise as a fighter. But that life was not for him. Despite his father’s intentions, he fostered with the Master Bronzesmith. When a dead man is found in the smithy, his father demands he return home. Can Jannon solve the murder and save his tribe? What happens when a warrior’s path collides with a craftsman’s heart? $2.99 on Kindle.
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Surviving Gen X

Surviving Gen X
Dive into the kaleidoscopic streets of 1990s Las Vegas with Surviving GenX.

Amidst the flickering neon lights and the haunting echoes of slot machines, we follow an unnamed protagonist and a battered housewife, both seeking an escape from their tormented pasts. As they wade through the city’s seedy underbelly, they find an unexpected refuge in one another a bond forged in the fires of a metropolis hell-bent on their ruin.

A potent tapestry of humor, heartbreak, and raw human resilience, this narrative unfolds with the surreal quality of a fever dream. Oscillating between the chaos of a city that never sleeps and the quiet moments of vulnerability shared between its two protagonists, “Surviving GenX” isn’t just a story it’s an experience. An experience that delves into the desolation of a generation caught amidst the disintegration of societal norms, searching for meaning in a world that seems to have forgotten them.

Join this evocative journey through a decade marked by upheaval and transformation and discover a tale that is once a testament to the indomitable spirit of Generation X and a haunting reflection on the universal human quest for connection.

“Raw, wild, proudly shocking fiction of 1990s Vegas life.” BookLife Review $0.99 on Kindle.
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Sky of Ashes, Land of Dreams

Sky of Ashes, Land of Dreams
The enthralling story of three unforgettable young adults living on the cusp of great change in early 20th-century Mongolia. A captivating, beautiful saga from debut novelist Erin Jamies on about having dreams, finding love, and learning to survive in a harsh, ever-changing place.

In the winter of 1917, Bolormaa is introduced to the man she is to marry on her eighteenth birthday, over mutton stew and steaming buuz. She has spent her entire life in the Gobi Desert, living a nomadic life with her family, always moving with their animals in search of grazing lands. Reading about other places in a tent school, she dreamed of another sort of life. But now, her education is finished, and her future seems to be laid out before her like the colorful rugs in the family’s ger.

Ganbaatar grew up under the vast, blue-gray, Mongolian sky, the protective arm of his mother, and the withering gaze of his father. He has been a good son and a steady hand, working on the land with the herds, often feeling that he was meant for something different if only he had the courage to reach for it.

When Aisin’s parents die, she leaves her siblings and everything she knows in China to live with her uncle in Mongolia. She’s unprepared for the level of prejudice she’ll face because of her heritage, but her bravery and stubbornness form a shield she readily dons. An accomplished horse rider and rare beauty, she works alongside her uncle and forges a path as a single woman during a challenging era.

A sweeping novel of historical fiction, Sky of Ashes, Land of Dreams follows these characters through the tumultuous decades following the October Revolution and outbreak of the Russian Civil War, and the Chinese occupation of Mongolia and rise of the Mongolian People’s Party, under whose leadership their nomadic way of life undergoes significant changes. Bound together in a unique love triangle that will span their lives, Bolormaa, Ganbaatar, and Aisin face these changes with courage and sometimes, with fear, and their journey of self-discovery and self-determination amidst the challenges and brutalities of life is an extraordinary tale of hope, resilience, and the strength of the human spirit.

“A beautiful and engrossing read, Erin Jamieson’s Sky of Ashes, Land of Dreams paints a complex and captivating portrait of people and their ways of life in an isolated, rarely examined swath of the planet.” – IndieReader $2.99 on Kindle.
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Buckskin Chronicles: The Complete Western Series

Buckskin Chronicles: The Complete Western Series

BESTSELLING AUTHOR B.N. RUNDELL DRAWS YOU INTO THE HEART OF THE OLD WEST.

Ride into a historical western landscape with an array of characters who must overcome unimaginable obstacles in order to prove they have what it takes to survive in the Old West and determine what fate lies before them.

The journey begins when Jeremiah Thompsett comes of age and accepts the responsibility of fulfilling his mentor’s long-held dream. The young man was raised by an escaped slave amid the Arapaho nation in the Wind River mountains, and he is now tasked with tracking down the slave catchers that killed his mentor and stole their cache…

Embark on an unforgettable adventure through the rugged terrain of the Old West, where cowboys relentlessly pursue justice and take readers on gripping journeys of courage, resilience, and untold stories of the past.

Buckskin Chronicles: The Complete Series includes To Keep a Promise, To the Tall Timber, To the Absaroka, To the Bighorns, To the Medicine Bow, To the Sierra Madre, To the Cache La Poudre, To the Overland Trail, To the Sangre De Cristo, and To the San Juan. $0.99 on Kindle.
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The Committee Will Kill You Now: A Novel

The Committee Will Kill You Now: A Novel
The gripping new book from the author of The Algorithm Will See You Now. Based on the true-life rationing of kidney dialysis in 1960s America, a medical intern in 1992 Seattle tries to leave his painful past behind, only to uncover a shocking truth of thirty years prior and the lasting, generational harm of hidden secrets

After a co-intern dies by suicide, a grieving Noah Meier commits an accidental error. In a desperate move to save his patient’s life, he covertly seeks help from audacious surgical resident Marah Maddox, igniting a bond between them.

When the hospital is suspiciously quick to sweep everything under the rug, Noah turns to his late father’s journal for guidance and makes a chilling discovery, all while trying to stay out of the crosshairs of abusive Dr. Rankel, keen to make an example of Noah. Worse, Rankel clearly has it out for Marah as the only woman in her program.

As the hospital’s patriarchal power structures, and the truth about his father’s past, threaten Noah and Marah’s burgeoning relationship, Noah will have to choose: shoulder his father’s devastating legacy or create his own daring future.

The latest sensational page-turner from physician-author JL Lycette, The Committee Will Kill You Now is a riveting historical suspense about the inner workings of the medical world and the personal struggles of those within it.

A thrilling near-historical drama that exposes the dark side of the medical establishment and a must-read for anyone interested in medicine, ethics, and the human struggle for justice. $0.99 on Kindle.
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Knight on Time

Sir Donnavinne of Tripoli had fought his way through the holy land and lived through some of the most brutal battles of the Second Crusade, but none of that prepared him for the strange place he now found himself. Nothing appeared as it should in this world since his chance encounter with the powerful, ancient, and imprisoned being in the cavern. Case in point, the roaring metal stallion balanced on two shining wheels that bared down on him.and mounted by a woman nonetheless; a fair maiden to be true, and looking gallant in a black leather tunic, but still… He now knew for certain that any ties to his displaced time had been severed.

After surviving the greatest battle of the Crusades, one that changes everything in the Holy Lands, this crusader knight finds himself flung into an unrecognizable, embattled Israel by Haj, a self-described, all-knowing jinn. An unplanned journey he would not have thought possible and one that places him on a collision course with a distant relative of his greatest rival.

Al-Aziz Ayyub Saladin longs for the empire of his ancestors, a dynasty with himself at its head, of course. An Egyptian millionaire in the shipping industry, he has secretly planned and funded a path to that end and is gambling all to achieve it. Once his plan went into motion, the entire Muslim world would embrace it and change, a tsunami that no one could or would be allowed to hold back.

If Saladin is allowed to succeed, and a collection of new friends using brain and brawn cannot stop him, millions will clash and die in the holy wars that follow.

Approx 67,000 words. $2.99 on Kindle.
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Atlantis Pyramids Floods

Platos Atlantis is a true story! Now you can learn where it was located, how it was destroyed, and when it happened. This book also shows the connection between the pyramids in Mexico and those in Egypt. It shows that Noahs Great Flood is a periodic event where the Atlantic Ocean floods the Mediterranean Basin. This periodic flooding kills off most of the brown skinned population in the area leaving mostly blacks in Africa and whites in Europe. Before the next major flood comes along, it takes only a few hundred years for all of Europe to turn white again and all of Africa to turn black again. Then it takes thousands of years before the population of the Mediterranean Basin turns brown again. The last flood is also the one that destroyed Atlantis. This book also shows how Edgar Cayces predicted, that the island of Atlantis would rise again, has come true. The island rose during the time Cayce predicted it would happen, but no one knew it was happening. Now it holds a prestigious gated community. $18.96 on Kindle.
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Hobbadehoy Rising

Hobbadehoy Rising
Its 1854, and seventeen-year-old orphan, Pencil, yearns for more control of his life. Viewed as a hobbadehoyone in a state of limbo between boyhood and manhoodby his adult, criminal mentors, hes a field general for a pack of juvenile street rats in Lower Manhattan. Unexpectedly shipped out to Ohio, he finds a divided nation several hundred miles north of the Ohio River. Finding himself is no easy task as farm life may have enlarged his muscles, but it will take another stint in a different city for him to learn to trust before he becomes a man.
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Beneath The Wayside Cross

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In the summer of 1944, the Red Army began its liberation of the Baltic States. Like the other nations of Eastern Europe, the Baltics knew that in the Soviet lexicon liberation was a euphemism for occupation. Following in the wake of the army, the conscription gangs arrived and began gathering up young men to be thrown untrained and poorly equipped as replacements into the bloody fight against the desperate Germans. Rather than fight and die for the hated Soviet Union, many of these young men went into hiding. Young Kazimieras Viltautaitas and two of his friends were among these fugitives. After running afoul of the Soviet NKVD, he decides that simply hiding is no longer an option. He elects to go into the forest and join the partisans in their fight against the despised occupiers of his country. $0.99 on Kindle.
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Free: The Legend Is Born

This faraway, pre-contact story begins with Helkena, a young, still untattooed girl enduring a typhoon crashing over the only island she has ever known. Her home is W0tto, one of the dry, windswept atolls of the northern Marshall Islands. The newborn infant Lainjin has just been entrusted to her care by his mother, who has sailed her fleet of proas into the open ocean to save them from certain destruction.

Helkena, having barely survived the storm, must now travel to Namdik, a wet atoll in the southern rain belt of the Ralik Chain. As Lainjin’s surrogate mother, she will sail with the infant by outrigger canoe in the company of his maternal grandfathers. These kind men had recently helped the W0tto Islanders overcome the terrible drought that typically follows a typhoon. With the trade-wind season approaching, it’s soon time to complete their voyage. The grandfathers begin teaching Helkena the traditional navigational arts along the way.

Her goal is to get her tattoos on Namdik and, in time, to find a man there to take home to Wotto. But will she entice a man from the lush south to her barren desert island?

Far from being a simple story, this colorful, romantic tale presents a surprising background to the lovemaking culture of the Marshall Islands. It also reveals the early years of young Lainjin, the hero of the Legends of Lainjin historical literary fiction series

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The Model Spy

Enter the glamorous yet perilous world of model-turned spy Toto Koopman in Mussolini’s World War II Italy. THE MODEL SPY is based on the true story of Toto Koopman, who spied for the Allies and Italian Resistance during World War II. Operating in the hotbed of Mussolini’s Italy, she courted danger every step of the way. As the war entered its final stages, she faced off against the most brutal of forces—Germany’s Intelligence Service, the Abwehr.

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The Lady and the Minstrel

The Lady and the Minstrel
A lowborn minstrel with a dangerous past. A highborn lady with a scandalous inheritance. Their forbidden love may cost them everything.

In 13th century England, Robert Marcel makes a daring escape from his life as a serf and takes up the trade of a minstrel. If he can evade capture for a year and a day, his freedom becomes legal. The last thing he needs is the complication of falling in love. But his caution crumbles when he lays eyes on Lady Marguerite of Winbourne.

Lady Marguerite is heiress to a controversial inheritance. The only man willing to overlook the dangerous precedent it sets is the arrogant and cruel Earl of Saxton. Marguerite finds solace in the company of the handsome minstrel who sings at her betrothal dinner. Despite his humble birth, Roberts gentle courting quickly wins her heart.

Robert and Marguerite pledge their lives to one another. But before they can act on their vows Robert is swept up in a war with France. Serving as a footsoldier in King Johns camp, he stumbles upon a secret that could destroy Saxtons nefarious influence over the king and end his betrothal to Marguerite. But Saxton has an allyRoberts former lord, who is determined to drag Robert back to the fields.

If Robert returns to England, he may lose his dream of freedom. If he remains in France, he will lose Marguerite. Can the fearless minstrel outwit his enemies to win both freedom and love? $0.99 on Kindle.
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Joshua and the Chosen People

Joshua and the Chosen People

Joshua has inherited leadership of the Israelites and the divine imperative to provide them a homeland entirely their own. Before him, Jericho and the nations of Canaan glimmer with arms, wealth and impure blood. Can the soft-hearted Joshua clean away the pagans? Can his virtue persevere in the face of Israel’s fearsome destiny? Can the Chosen People remain good so long as they remain chosen? Joshua and the Chosen People is a fictional retelling of the conquest of the Holy Land. Firmly committed to portraying the humanity of both conquerors and conquered, Joshua and the Chosen People will make you question the value of “proud heritage” and the nature of goodness. $2.99 on Kindle.
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Delicatus

Delicatus
The decadence of Imperial Rome comes to life in S.P. Somtow’s Literary Titan Award-winning novel about one of ancient history’s wildest characters.

The historian Suetonius tells us that the Emperor Nero emasculated and married his slave Sporus, the spitting image of murdered Empress Poppaea. But history has more tidbits about Sporus, who went from “puer delicatus” to Empress to one Emperor and concubine to another, and ended up being sentenced to play the Earth-Goddess in the arena.

World Fantasy Award winner S.P. Somtow weaves a vivid adventure about one of the most colorful personalities in ancient Rome. Delicatus, the first volume in a trilogy, speaks of Sporus, from his enslavement by pirates in a remote corner of the Empire to his meeting with the great satirist Petronius and the woman to whom he bears a striking resemblance, the beautiful Poppaea with her manipulative plans to seduce the Emperor Nero and become Divine Empress. $2.99 on Kindle.
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Riding With Forrest

Riding With Forrest
Riding off to war with the idealism of youth, John Barrett soon finds himself under the command of the most audacious, bold and fearless cavalry commander of the Civil War. Nathan Bedford Forrest terrified his enemies but endeared himself to those who fought with him. $2.99 on Kindle.
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My Mother’s Friend 

My Mother’s Friend 

The year is 1944

Seventeen-year-old Phee Swensson, a gifted pianist who lives in Algona, Iowa, is stressing about her senior year of high school while caring for her family after her mothers death. When her pastor father takes her to visit the nearby prisoner of war camp, the last thing she expects to find is friendship with a German POW who shares her passion for music.

After she is recruited as the accompanist for the POW choir, Phee begins to spend more time with her new friend who she initially considers the enemy. But their friendship strengthens, and inevitably, they fall in love, a forbidden love. But Phee is a pastors daughter, and her conflicting feelings torment her. Can she set aside her conditioned beliefs and follow her heart? And if she does, what will be the result?

Their love deepens, but as the moment draws near for the POWs to leave Camp Algona after the war ends, Phee has a life-altering decision to make.

Read now for a moving historical fiction story set in small-town America during World War II. Young readers and adults alike will fall for this first-love story featuring age-gap angst, thrilling suspenseful nights, and impossible life decisions.My Mothers Friendcontains both a past storyline and a more contemporary one to tell its timeless story. $0.99 on Kindle.
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