Steve Dancy Tales Box Set [NOOK Book]

Overview

Three complete Steve Dancy novels.

The Shopkeeper, by James D. Best.

In 1879, Steve Dancy leaves NYC to explore the west. He is soon embroiled in a deadly feud with a Nevada silver baron and the shopkeeper kills two men in an ...
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Steve Dancy Tales Box Set

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Overview

Three complete Steve Dancy novels.

The Shopkeeper, by James D. Best.

In 1879, Steve Dancy leaves NYC to explore the west. He is soon embroiled in a deadly feud with a Nevada silver baron and the shopkeeper kills two men in an impulsive street fight. Pinkertons, assassins, and aggrieved bystanders escalate the feud until it pulls in all the power brokers in Nevada. Can a New York shopkeeper survive the Wild West?

Leadville by James D. Best.

In 1879, Joseph McAllen asks Dancy for help. Ute renegades have abducted a girl near Mesa Verde, Colorado, and the Pinkerton captain wants Dancy to join the rescue party. The trail doesn't lead into the mountains, but to Leadville—a mining town teeming with the worst elements of a raw frontier.

Murder at Thumb Butte by James D. Best.

In the spring of 1880, Steve Dancy travels to Prescott, Arizona to gain control of a remarkable invention. But on his first night in the territorial capital, his friend, Jeff Sharp is arrested for a midnight murder. Can Dancy discover the true killer before his friend stretches a rope on the courthouse square?

Honest Westerns ... filled with dishonest characters.
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Editorial Reviews

True West Magazine - Larry Winget
"The James Best books...are about the best new Western series to come along since Larry McMurtry."
Bookviews - Alan Caruba
"James D. Best is arguably one of the best writers of westerns."
Star Democrat - Gary Clothier
"James D. Best the author has written at least six books, including the Steve Dancy Western novels: The Shopkeeper, Leadville and Murder at Thumb Butte. I read them and enjoyed them immensely."
Woman'sDay - Maritza Barone
"You’ll find yourself lost in the book—the fast pace keeps it interesting."
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149432738
  • Publisher: Queen Beach
  • Publication date: 4/18/2014
  • Series: Steve Dancy Tales , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 730
  • Sales rank: 879,102
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

James D. Best is the author of The Shopkeeper, Leadville, Murder at Thumb Butte, and The Return in the Steve Dancy series. His other books include Tempest at Dawn, Principled Action, The Shut Mouth Society, and The Digital Organization.

James has written monthly columns for two magazine, ghost written several books, and published numerous journal articles. He lives with his wife, Diane, in Omaha, Nebraska.

You can learn more about James and his books at jamesdbest.blogspot.com
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