8 Van Holt Best Selling Civil War westerns Boxed Set

8 Van Holt Best Selling Civil War westerns Boxed Set

by Van Holt

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Now in NOOK format on Barnes & Nobel, best selling author, Van Holt, has collected 8 of the top best sellers of his civil war era westerns, all in 1 boxed set. Now on sale! Normally priced at $19.95!

Top 20 Amazon best seller for 16 weeks and counting.
After Hank Antrim was killed and his guns disappeared with the killer, the difficult French name of the guns was seldom used and they became known as the Antrim guns.
Mark Antrim spent years looking for his father�s guns and the man who had killed him. When he finally found out who the killer was, he wished he had never set out on the long bullet-riddled search for revenge.

Top 20 Amazon best seller for 14 weeks.
In one of the bloodiest battles of the War Between the States, he became known as Shiloh Stark by outshooting everyone.
After the war he roamed the world in search of a peace he could not find.
Ten years after the war ended, he came to No Man�s Land, where there was no law and no peace.
But Shiloh Stark was no longer looking for peace. He came prepared for war.

Top 20 Amazon best seller for over 15 weeks.
Frank and Pearl Ryden were brutally killed and their only son wounded on the lonely Kansas prairie. They had come west after the Civil War looking for peace and safety and a distant farm a mysterious stranger had sold them a deed to.
Another mysterious stranger saved young Jim Ryden�s life and taught him how to shoot as well as helped him track the killers all over the West.

Top 20 Amazon best seller for over 11 weeks.
The War Between the States had just ended. But the war between Jeff Braden and the killers who had murdered his folks was just beginning. What he didn�t know was that the worst killer of them all was a likable young man that no one suspected.

Top 100 Amazon best seller for over 25 weeks.
The Civil war divided the country and tore families apart. After the war, two half brothers became legendary gunfighters and cowboys in the old West--and deadly enemies.
Rubeck's Raiders, a confederate army unit, were so brutal, even their own army disowned them. Then the leaders' son and paramour were killed one night.
One half brother knew he did it. The other was blamed for it. That's how both half brothers became two of the most wanted men in the old west.

Top 100 Amazon best seller for over 30 weeks and counting.
They said Lorn Chambers packed death in his black holsters. But Chambers was a relic from the past, the last of the great gunfighters. All the others were dead or had hung up their guns. Chambers turned his back on the future and rode off into the western wasteland, looking for what was left of the past. What he found was some vicious killers from his own past.

Top 100 Amazon best seller for over 35 weeks and counting.
Heck Martin�s motto was simple. If they left him alone, he would leave them alone.
Cotton Petty and the other bushwhackers had not left him alone. They had tried to kill him, and failing that, had killed two members of his family. For that he would hound them to the ends of the earth, if need be. From now on, until he was dead or they were all dead, there would be war between them.

Top 100 Amazon best seller for over 20 weeks and counting.
While Jeff Mitton is away fighting in the War Between the States, his sister Lettie disappears. When he returns home, his mother makes him promise to find her.
When Jeff if bushwhacked while looking for Lettie, he is befriended by a secretive gunfighter named Steve Kibben, who is hunting some men who killed his sister.
Jeff doesn�t know they are searching for the same dangerous men. Men, and beautiful women, who will stop at nothing to stay out of the clutches of the Federal agents pursuing them for spying for the South.

More action-packed gunfighting westerns by Van Holt:
- A Few Dead Men
- Blood in the Hills
- Brandon�s Law
- Curly Bill and Ringo
- Dead Man Riding
- Dead Man's Trail
- Death in Black Holsters
- Dynamite Riders
- Hellbound Express
- Hunt the Killers Down
- Maben
- Rebel With a Gun
- Riding for Revenge
- Rubeck's Raiders
- Shiloh Stark
- Shoot to Kill
- Six-Gun Solution
- The Antrim Guns
- The Bounty Hunters
- The Bushwhackers
- The Fortune Hunters
- The Gundowners
- The Gundown Trail
- The Hellbound Man
- The Last of the Fighting Farrells
- The Long Trail
- The Man Called Bowdry
- The Stranger from Hell
- The Vultures
- Wild Country
- Wild Desert Rose
More coming soon!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149030187
Publisher: Three Knolls Publishing
Publication date: 11/19/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,227,307
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

What some reviewers have to say about Van Holt�s writing:
�I had a feeling that Van Holt�might actually be the successor to Zane Gray, a master Western storysmith, whose novels set the style of a generation.� --Stern0
�Van Holt is King of the Spaghetti Western�� --Rarebird1

Van Holt wrote his first western when he was in high school and sent it to a literary agent, who soon returned it, saying it was too long but he would try to sell it if Holt would cut out 16,000 words. Young Holt couldn't bear to cut out any of his perfect western, so he threw it away and started writing another one.
A draft notice interrupted his plans to become the next Zane Grey or Louis L'Amour. A tour of duty as an MP stationed in South Korea was pretty much the usual MP stuff except for the time he nabbed a North Korean spy and had to talk the dimwitted desk sergeant out of letting the guy go. A briefcase stuffed with drawings of U.S. aircraft and the like only caused the overstuffed lifer behind the counter to rub his fat face, blink his bewildered eyes, and start eating a big candy bar to console himself. Imagine Van Holt's surprise a few days later when he heard that same dumb sergeant telling a group of new admirers how he himself had caught the famous spy one day when he was on his way to the mess hall.
Holt says there hasn't been too much excitement since he got out of the army, unless you count the time he was attacked by two mean young punks and shot one of them in the big toe. Holt believes what we need is punk control, not gun control.
After traveling all over the West and Southwest in an aging Pontiac, Van Holt got tired of traveling the day he rolled into Tucson and he has been there ever since, still dreaming of becoming the next Zane Grey or Louis L'Amour when he grows up. Or maybe the next great mystery writer. He likes to write mysteries when he's not too busy writing westerns or eating Twinkies.

Warning: Reading a Van Holt western may make you want to get on a horse and hunt some bad guys down in the Old West. Of course, the easiest and most enjoyable way to do it is vicariously�by reading another Van Holt western.
Van Holt writes westerns the way they were meant to be written.

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