Today’s Book of the Day is a Western boxed set by Chet Cunningham and it’s 80% off for a limited time. The Outlaw Series – Western Boxed Set has a 4.6 star rating and is on sale for only 99 cents – save $4!
“Action-packed and believable. Chet Cunningham is a talented writer and keeps his readers on the edges of their seats.” Neal – Amazon Reviewer
The Outlaw Series – Western Boxed Set
by Chet Cunningham
Rating: 4.6 Stars
Genre: Action and Adventure
Price: $0.99 save $4
Six GREAT novels from America’s premiere western author Chet Cunningham.
Ride Tall, Hang High
There’s nothing like a smoking six gun in your hand to make you grow up fast! They were the youngest-and some said the most dangerous-gang in the territory. They were just kids, but the savagery of the untamed West made men out of them before their time.
They were just boys, but a thirst for revenge made them men. Six years before, the able troop of the Fourteenth Cavalry Regiment had been assigned to escort a small tribe of Comanche to a reservation. Instead they went on a brutal rampage, killing almost every man, woman and child in the camp. But one miraculously survived the the massacre. A twelve year old boy called Eagle. Now he was eighteen and revenge burned in his gut like a hot poker. He wouldn’t rest until every last member of the regiment died screaming.
Dead Man’s Hand
It was a crummy little flag stop town on the Central Pacific railroad line in the middle of a crummy little desert in the middle of Nevada.
But that didn’t mean they couldn’t rob the crummy little matchbox of a bank. Ride hard, don’t do the hangman’s dance.
There comes a time when you’ve got to stand up and face them, no matter the odds, no matter the outcome!
Rio Grande Revenge
In jail for cutting up a gringo in a fair fight, Juan Romero now rides with the outlaws! He’s been with them since leaving his wife and young son behind in Mexico. On his return he finds them taken prisoner by a murderous officer of the Federales. They face certain torture and death-unless the Outlaws can submerge Batista and his thugs in a pool of their own blood.
Showdown at Flagstaff
Six foot-four and solid muscle, Gunner Johnson was the quietest member of the Willy Boy Gang. Despite his calm manner, he exploded more violently than a stick of dynamite any time his friends were threatened. So when someone started embezzling money from his mother’s saw mill and murdering the people who could expose him. Gunner led the gang to Arizona. But what they didn’t know was that the swindler was desperate enough to try to kill them all-and crazy enough to succeed.
Western action adventure full of gunsmoke, fists, flashing blades and non-stop wild rides across the great west. All this, and a great buy as a boxed set.
Here’s what the reviewers have to say:
Great book and fantastic adventure. Even though they are not hero’s, you aren’t happy about bad things happening to them. Thanks for very interesting reading. Review of Dead Man’s Hand
Wow! What a series of of books. As a western genre junkie, I was totally hooked on this particular series.
I enjoyed the Outlaws Series Books. I have read five of them and am now reading the sixth book. Good Reading.
These books are about love, family and most of all revenge. How all these feelings that are built up in each one explodes when the time comes. I couldn’t wait to go from one book to the other, make sure to start with the first book.
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About The Author
Chet Cunningham : Chet Cunningham, who makes his home in San Diego, California, is a prolific writer of both novels and nonfiction books. He comes from a newspaper background so is geared to producing writing every day and not “when the muse moves me.” He said he doesn’t believe in writer’s block.
In 1950, he was drafted in the Army. After nine months in Japan Cunningham went to the front lines of the war in Korea. He participated in two battles and numerous line-crossing and prisoner patrols. Assigned to a heavy weapons company he served as an 81 mm mortar gunner, squad leader, and section leader. His service earned him the Combat Infantryman’s Badge. After two years of service he was discharged in the rank of sergeant.
Cunningham was born in Nebraska, grew up in Oregon, worked in Michigan, and went to college in New York City. Now he lives in California. He works in an expanded den in his home and says he never gets to work late due to fog, rain or traffic jams. “Walk down the hall, turn left and I’m at work.”
He graduated from Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon with a BA in journalism, and after his hitch in the Army he received his MS degree from the Columbia University Graduated School in Journalism in New York City in 1954.
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