March, 2015

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Issue #66

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by Michael Matson
It was Higgens who came up with the brilliant idea of impersonating Indians to steal the cattle. What could possibly go wrong?

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Bright Starr
by Jane Hale
Which will be the victor in a battle to the death, the African lion or the American grizzly bear? A young beauty's fate depends on the outcome.

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Lacoster's Sparkler
by Jeffrey A. Paolano
His partner Jake was a man of honor, who would do the right thing or die trying. Could Zeke measure up when the dust settled?

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A Cautionary Tale
by Jack Theodore
When the Grim Reaper comes, you'd better be sure you know what you're doing!

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The Day We Hung the Tallest Thomas
by Douglas Esper
Lovely Jane was delighted to hear about the capture of the infamous Thomas gang, a family of thieves who had terrorized the country. Deputy Otis, ever a gallant man, was happy to spend the night regaling her.

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Issue #65 – February 2015

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Issue #54 – March 2014

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