Historical Fiction

Border Lords cover artwork
Border Lords and Armstrong’s War: A Western Double Feature

This western double feature includes two complete novellas by author Lee Pierce, Border Lords and Armstrong’s War. 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. Continue reading

Bounty Hunter's Moon
Bounty Hunter’s Moon

Weary of hunting men for a living—first as a Texas Ranger, then as a bounty hunter—Pharaoh Smith sets out on what he hopes will be a fast and lucrative bounty to end his long career. But nothing’s ever been easy for Pharaoh, and right on cue his latest manhunt quickly spirals into death and deception on an epic scale as bounty hunters, outlaws, crooked lawmen and bullets light up the Old West in this thrilling adventure novel. Continue reading

Building a Better Monster
Building a Better Monster

If enough people believe in something, can that belief make it real? Explore the creation of mankind’s newest monster, the Chupacabra, in this mesmerizing tale of the creature’s origins. The story begins with the earliest reported sightings of the Chupacabra in the American Southwest in mid 1990s, then weaves its trail of blood-sucking destruction  into the folktales of Mexico and Puerto Rico. Part vampire, part animal, part alien, the Chupacabra is blamed for the slaughter of countless animals—and humans—throughout the region. Continue reading

In the Autumn of the Unfortunates cover artwork
In the Autumn of the Unfortunates

Experience a new twist in the tale of Jack the Ripper, as seen through the eyes of renowned artist Walter Sickert. Though Sickert was not a suspect in the crimes during that time period, in modern times he has been identified as a person of interest. Set fifteen years after the original murders, this story begins when Sickert’s apprentice, Robert Wood, is accused of murdering a prostitute in Camden Town and comes to Sickert for help. Continue reading

Postponing Armageddon
Postponing Armageddon

When history goes off course, can it be nudged back? The second coming of Jesus Christ was supposed to take place in the thousandth year of His era, but it did not happen as scheduled. For when the long-lived, Amaranthine thirteenth apostle sets off for Glastonbury Tor to initiate the start of Armageddon, the other clans of Amaranthines rise up to stop him. Continue reading

The Scarred Letter by Val Muller
The Scarred Letter

Written by a veteran English teacher, The Scarred Letter weaves themes from Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter into an accessible, intelligent tale of modern isolation and a young woman’s quest for truth and acceptance. Continue reading

The Treasure of Peta Nocona by Lee Pierce
The Treasure of Peta Nocona

Mace Brown wasn’t his real name. He used to be one of the deadliest gunfighters in the Southwest, but eventually he grew tired of the “kill or be killed” lifestyle, rode off into the desert—and simply disappeared. When Boston archeologist Dr. Jemima Carstairs arrives in Oneida, Texas to survey and study ancient Indian ruins in the Palo Duro Canyon, Mace reluctantly agrees to lead the expedition. Continue reading

To Suffer A Witch: The Blackthorne Chronicles Book 1
To Suffer a Witch: The Blackthorne Chronicles 1

Salem, Massachusetts—1692. A plague of witches and dark magic has descended upon the village of Salem. When a court of Oyer and terminer is called by the governor to bring the guilty to trial, attorney Jacob Blackthorne and the Reverend Cotton Mather are tasked with finding the reasons behind all of this evil. The trouble is, Jacob Blackthorne already knows the answer. Continue reading

Winner Take None
Winner Take None

Can a 14-year-old orphan out-con a heartless bunch of rustlers, hustlers and railroad thugs? When Deuter Seebea loses his family and only friend on the way to Oregon in 1879, he has no place to go, and nobody to turn to… Continue reading