Smoke Jensen was the last mountain man and the quickest draw in the West. But he was tired of fighting every punk who wanted to make a reputation for himself, so he hung up his .45s.
It Didn't Last Long. . .
Like Jensen, the two Mexican gunfighters known as Carbone and Martine had put away their six-guns, married and turned to ranching down in Durango. Then they came up against...
10) Texas bloodshed
New York Times bestselling series: Another man is about to learn what a mistake it is to draw on Smoke Jensen . . .
Itching for a challenge, adventurer Count Frederick von Hausen has sailed from Germany and now intends to hunt down Smoke Jensen—after hearing that Smoke was considered the meanest, toughest man in the West. And with a party of the nastiest hardcases he can find, von Hausen shadows Smoke into Wyoming's high
12) Die by the gun
Smoke Jensen must escape the hangman—and hunt down the desperados who framed him—in the New York Times bestselling Western series . . .
There's nothing a man won't do to clear his name
They called him fastest gun alive, but Smoke Jensen is determined to stay on the right side of the law. That is, until he's jumped by six low-life robbers who steal his shirt—and his identity. Smoke's tried for robbery
USA Today bestselling author: A Colorado cattleman wages all-out war on a gang of ruthless rustlers . . .
The kind of man for whom God created the gun, Smoke Jensen stands as a force of will in the brutal, lawless west . . .
Nothing will stand in his way
Smoke Jensen has a good woman by his side. Now all he needs to make Sugarloaf the best cattle ranch in Colorado is John Chisum's prime steer.