Overview

Arizona, 1868.
Two men. One white, one colored.
Both proficient with the long arm, the greatest long-range weapon of the age. The .50 caliber Sharps rifle.
Ex-sharpshooters Nick Guardeen and Thaddeus Johnston are called before the Governor to receive the promise of something they’ve never had before: land. The proviso is that they undertake a highly dangerous mission across ...

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The Riflemen

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Overview

Arizona, 1868.
Two men. One white, one colored.
Both proficient with the long arm, the greatest long-range weapon of the age. The .50 caliber Sharps rifle.
Ex-sharpshooters Nick Guardeen and Thaddeus Johnston are called before the Governor to receive the promise of something they’ve never had before: land. The proviso is that they undertake a highly dangerous mission across the border into Mexico.
Hounded by a mysterious gang of merciless assassins they press on across the desert to discover the whereabouts of a ruthless ex-Confederate general whose crazed mission is to restore the Confederacy.
Nick and Thaddeus need all the military techniques learned during the recent conflict and their skills with the long rifle to survive against Apaches, murderers and a reinstated army of rebel forces massed in their deadly stronghold.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045937429
  • Publisher: Piccadilly Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/30/2014
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,098,126
  • File size: 555 KB

Meet the Author

Tony Masero is an internationally known Illustrator, who is best known for the Western covers he created. Of the many series he worked on he is particularly known for the two best selling and long running Western series for George G Gilman's Edge and Steele characters, where he painted most of the covers for the European market. Tony originally trained as a Graphic Designer in London and worked in the design field before taking up Illustration. After a successful career in Illustration he turned to writing and now often uses his earlier skills to create the design and artwork for his own book jackets. During a long career his artwork has fronted many popular books in different genres but his love of Westerns arose out of the research necessary to complete his artwork and in the same way he often creates his novels around some elements of historical fact. Tony has two sons and a daughter and now lives with his wife, Diana in Portugal.
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