Border Lords and Armstrong's War

Border Lords and Armstrong's War

by Lee Pierce

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Border Lords and Armstrong's War by Lee Pierce

This western double feature includes two complete novellas by author Lee Pierce. In Border Lords, when the Lucasville, Arizona, sheriff is gunned down by a ruthless gang of bandits, Deputy US Marshals Pharoah Smith (Bounty Hunter's Moon) and Silverjack McDonald (Rough Justice) join forces to solve the murder of their former comrade. Pharaoh is a by-the-book lawman, while Silverjack will use any means possible to get the bad guys. All is not what it seems in this volatile border town, and it will take their combined skills to discover the real reason the town was raided.

In Armstrong's War, Badger Armstrong (alias Quick Jim Butler) stormed out of the family ranch in the Texas panhandle after a fight with his father 15 years ago, swearing never to return. Now tired of a gunman's life, he decides to ride back home, make peace with his father, and become part of his younger brother's life. Instead, he rides straight into a hornet's nest of hate and deceit. Mort Quarry has taken over most of the top grazing land in Deaf Smith County--except for the Armstrong ranch. Quarry is bound and determined to take over that ranch as well, and has lured Badger's gullible brother to work for him against his own father. Badger's pretty sure he can win the war against Mort Quarry--but first he'll need to survive his father's wrath while dodging bullets from his brother.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157703387
Publisher: Barking Rain Press
Publication date: 12/10/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 190
File size: 8 MB

About the Author

Lee Pierce is the author of Bounty Hunter’s Moon, The Treasure of Peta Nocona, and Rough Justice. He was born and raised in north central Texas. He grew up with a deep appreciation of the land, and living on small farms and one-horse ranches as a youth taught him the value of hard work. After high school, Lee joined the U. S. Army and eventually graduated from The University of Texas at Arlington after attending part- and full-time for nine years on the G.I. Bill. He has written and performed songs and cowboy poetry for many years. Lee lives with his wife, Cathy, three cats, two dogs, and three horses in Dos Caballos, New Mexico. Find out more about him at his website,

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