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Has God Forsaken Me? eBook #28 Has God Forsaken Me? eBook #28

     Has God Forsaken Me? ©2017 by Raymond Cook is a wonderful 284 page inspirational story about tragedy, loss, faith, hardships and new beginnings. Noah and Kimberley Harris and their six children live in Independence, Illinois in 1898. Like thousands of other families struggling to survive hot and humid summers, cruel winters and drought spells, they wanted a better life. The promise of 160 acres of free land from the government out west compelled the couple and their children to join a wagon train destined for Denver, Colorado.      Some families who made the same perilous journey along the Santa Fe Trail were well to do or businessmen. But many families like the Harris’s were dirt poor and would face dangers unimagined as they cross the Kansas plains. Many families drowned while crossing rivers but others died from diseases too. Noah’s family got small pox and three of their children died. They were buried along the trail without grave markers.      When the wagon train arrived at Lamar, Colorado the town held a rodeo. While everyone was there, thieves went through their wagons and stole everyone’s money. All Noah had money wise now was the money in his wallet. When they arrived at La Junta they were desperate. The next town was called Rocky Ford and they could go no further. At the edge of the town they saw a large camp.      Over a hundred families were living in canvas tents. The monthly rent was $10 and Noah and his family moved there. After selling their covered wagon and horses Noah walked into a bank being robbed. The four masked men killed everyone in the bank. Now Kimberley’s a widow with two children and a baby. What does the future hold for her and has God really forsaken her? This is my 28th of 28 western frontier eBooks I have written since 2011.   A

$3.99 USD 239 w, 2 d
The Hunt For Old Mose! (Grizzly bear eBook) The Hunt For Old Mose! (Grizzly bear eBook)

About This eBook        The Hunt For Old Mose! © 2017 by Raymond Cook is a 244 page story about the most terrifying grizzly bear roaming central Colorado in 1883. The bear was nick-named Old Mose after a rancher saw it moseying away from an elk it had killed and eaten. The fact was Old Mose was actually a five year old sow with two claws missing off her left hind foot. Old Mose was a ferocious bear who roamed a huge area near Ca ñ on City.        Standing nearly 9 feet tall, weighing 1,200 pounds with 4 inch claws and 3 inch fangs she reigned supreme. Ranchers depended on their gardens and the livestock they raised both as a food source and to sell to earn money. When the massive grizzly began destroying gardens and killing cattle a $500 bounty was put on Old Mose’s head. Carcasses of livestock also attracted wolves, mountain lion, coyotes and black bear which endangered families.   <span style="font-fami

$4.99 USD 212 w, 4 d
He Was The Only Thing Keeping Her Alive! eBook He Was The Only Thing Keeping Her Alive! eBook

About This Book        He Was The Only Thing Keeping Her Alive! ©2015 by Raymond Cook is a 286 page ( Mild Erotic Content ) story about Seth and Susan Anderson, a couple who lived in San Antonio, Texas in 1899 after joining a wagon train in   Independence, Illinois. The couple ran one of the towns many cafés serving food to town folks and ranch hands. But their marriage was doomed from the start.      Seth liked his whiskey and the card tables in the many saloons in San Antonio. But it wasn’t an argument over a card game that caused Seth’s death. Not only did he like to get drunk and gamble away the couple’s savings but he also liked women. When a gal who worked at a bakery confessed to her husband her infidelity, it didn’t take the angry husband long to find Seth. After a few short curses and threats Seth lay dead on the saloon floor.      With her husband now dead, Susan struggled for the next three years to keep her small café running, working long hours before heading back to a small one room shack the couple called home behind the cafe. When a letter arrives for Seth, Susan found the letter in her mailbox. She discovers she’s now the sole heiress to ½ ownership of The Danbury Gold Mine, worth millions in Billings, Montana, left to her by her husband’s distant uncle, who she and her husband had barely knew. <span style="color: black; font-family: 'Verdana','sans-serif'; font-size: 14pt; mso

$2.99 USD 212 w, 4 d
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$0.00 USD 198 w, 6 d
Vallincourt: Nothing But Time--by Joel Goulet Vallincourt: Nothing But Time--by Joel Goulet

Multi-genre author Joel Goulet’s newest novel is a fantasy/sci-fi titled Vallincourt: Nothing But Time. It has been published by Double Dragon Publishing and is available in print (large print) and eBook formats. All of his many novels can be found at several sources including Ingram, Amazon, B&N, the publisher and KOBO, to name a few (prices vary).   In 1835 16 year old Alexander Vallincourt hires on a schooner. The ship and crew embark on a voyage in the Arctic Circle late in the fall season. The ship becomes entrapped in an ice flow, forcing the crew to abandon ship. Vallincourt becomes lost, and nearly succumbs to the elements. Rescued by an Inuit tribe Alexander is given water from a mystical pool. He is told that because of the water he will live forever. A hundred and seventy-five years later the US government is tipped off about Alexander’s immortal existence. A top secret government agency attempts to learn his secret of immortality. A group of rogue agents go on the hunt for him, stopping at nothing to learn his secret to immortality for themselves.  

$0.00 USD 197 w, 5 d
The Hunt For The Mountain Man! eBook The Hunt For The Mountain Man! eBook

The Hunt For The Mountain Man! © 2016 by Raymond Cook. In the fall of 1899, facing starvation, 400 Shoshone, Sioux and Paiute Indians attacked the town of Marble, Colorado and nearby ranches. They sought to drive out the settlers and take back their lands. When the battle was over, the town burned for days and hundreds of men, women and children were killed. When news of the attack got back to Fort Collins that the Indians had also killed 240 soldiers, 80 railroad workers, Colonel Brooks notified Washington. Governor Charles S. Thomas also requested immediate help from President William McKinley. President McKinley decided that with it being almost winter that nothing could be done until spring. Settlers were evacuated to nearby towns. President McKinley ordered Colonel Brooks to relocate his soldiers to Marble and establish a 400 man permanent fort there come spring. After the fort is built, settlers and businesses slowly return to Marble. Governor Charles S. Thomas and other dignitaries travel by train to Marble on September 1st, 1900 to commemorate the opening of the fort and railroad station linking Redstone to Marble. Providing protection for the governor and other dignitaries were four U. S. deputy marshals. But four mountain men hiding in the distance plan to kill the governor. A fur trapper named, ‘Wolf Killer’ would fire the fatal shot. The men were concealed near an alley within view of the train platform. As Wolf Killer fired what he thought would be a head shot to the governor, deputy marshal David Colby inadvertently moved. The bullet meant for the governor, killed David instead. As everyone lay down on the platform all hell broke loose. This is my 24th of 24 western frontier eBooks I have written since 2011. Download Price: $2.99 To check out my 248 page Western Frontier eBook, Visit Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Hunt-Mountain-Man-Book-24-ebook/dp/B01CUU2686/ref=sr_1_19?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1458057671&sr=1-19

Lawmen, Mountain Men, Western Frontier $2.99 USD 171 w, 0 d
An Appointment With The Gallows! eBook An Appointment With The Gallows! eBook

     An Appointment With The Gallows! ©2014 by Raymond Cook is a 277 page western frontier story about a series thefts of silver strongbox shipments in the town of Silverton destined for the Denver Mint. U. S. Marshal Albert H. Jones received several telegrams from the owner of The Highland Mary Mine owner regarding continued attacks on his silver shipments and the murders of those men guarding the freight wagons.      Three different times the marshal’s office dispatched a deputy marshal to investigate the thefts but they were never heard from again. An attorney in Silverton believes the telegrapher, sheriff and blacksmith are part of the gang. Marshal Jones devises a brilliant plan to send a blacksmith working in the marshal’s stable undercover to discover who is behind the silver shipment thefts.      Raymond Waters is sworn in and will travel to Silverton but he needs an alibi for arriving in Silverton. Because he isn’t married he needs a tough as nails gal to pose as his wife. Marshal Jones knows the perfect woman to play the part of the deputy marshal’s wife. Her name is Susan Sinclair and she’s being held in the Marble City Jail convicted of murdering a man in a saloon where she worked as a whore and is about to be hanged.      Deputy Marshal Waters arrives in Marble and offers the woman a governor’s pardon and a $2,500 reward if she agrees to marry him and accompany him to Silverton. Reluctantly Susan agrees to marry the lawman and risk her life in her fight to be pardoned. Together they must use their wits to find out what they can and report back to a deputy marshal waiting for them in a nearby town but something goes terribly wrong. <span style="line-height: 115%; font-family: 'Verdana','sans-serif'; font

Cowboys, Sheriffs, Western Frontier $2.99 USD 138 w, 5 d
I Miss My Pa! Western Frontier eBook I Miss My Pa! Western Frontier eBook

     I Miss My Pa The Most! © 2015 by Raymond Cook is a 385 page heart-wrenching story about Christopher and Shannon Rose O’Shea who lived in Marble, Colorado in 1898. The couple has a daughter, Emma, aged eight. After a stove pipe fire erupts downstairs everyone must escape out a small cabin window onto a roof and jump down. Shannon suffers burns to the side of her head, cheek, neck and right arm. Christopher dies in the fire and she watches in despair as their cabin and barn burn to the ground clutching her daughter.      Emma is devastated over the loss of her father. Shannon must find someone to take her and her daughter in as winter approaches. She and her daughter are taken in by their good friend Cheryl Liley. It takes months for Shannon to heal from her burns but accepting the loss of the man she loved and the father of Emma will take longer. She feels that no man will ever want to marry her now and that she’ll have to raise her daughter alone.      When spring arrives, Shannon remembers that her husband had an older brother Lance in the town of Garnet, Montana. He agrees to take her and her child in. With the help of the town’s Parson, Thomas O’Malley, townsfolk’s raise the funds needed to help get Shannon and Emma to Montana. But the last leg of her journey won’t be easy to say the least.      Indians, grizzly bear, wolves, highwaymen and a rancher who betrays her will whittle away at the last bit of hope Shannon has for her and her daughter to reach Garnet alive. But to her dismay when she finally reaches the town, she learns her husband’s brother Lance died in a mine cave-in. They’re broke and camped at the edge of town and believe there’s no hope left. <p styl

Cowboys, Homsteaders, Pioneers, Wagon Train, Western Romance $2.99 USD 132 w, 5 d
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$0.00 USD 130 w, 2 d
A Journey Along The Oregon Trail! eBook A Journey Along The Oregon Trail! eBook

A Journey Along The Oregon Trail! © 2015 by Raymond Cook is a 297 page story about Frank and Lisa Mead, a young couple in their twenties who lived in Columbia, Missouri in 1898. Frank was only twenty three years old when his father was kicked in the head by a horse in the livery stable and died. Frank tried to make a go of running his father’s livery stable but saw family after family buying a covered wagon to go out west.      160 acres of good land was for the taking in California, Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana and even Oregon. But to get there meant leaving everything they owned behind as well as their friends and trek across the plains risking their very lives for the chance to carve themselves a new life out of the wilderness. Not only was a good quality covered wagon needed but also strong oxen or horses to pull a covered wagon weighing nearly 1,200 pounds plus 700 pounds of provisions.           The following year, Frank sat down with his wife and talked about selling the livery stable and their farm and heading for Independence, Missouri. Once there they planned to join a wagon train headed for Colorado to start a new life. But the couple will risk death itself long before they reach Independence. The couple joins a wagon train of forty families destined for Denver, Colorado but less than half will arrive there safely.        Along the way, the wagon train comes across five covered wagons that were attacked by Indians and only one survivor is found alive, a tiny baby girl hidden in a cedar hope chest by its mother. They will also face discouragement, wildfires, dangerous river crossings, rattlesnakes, lost ch

Cowboys, Wagon Train Pioneers, Western Frontier $2.99 USD 118 w, 2 d
Discover the many novels by Joel Goulet. Discover the many novels by Joel Goulet.

Discover the many novels by award winning multi-genre author Joel Goulet. Do an author search at online bookstores, or visit his internationally awarded website for novel information and excerpts. http://www.joelgoulet.com

Books, Ebooks, Novels, Sci Fi Novels, Suspense Novels, Thriller Novels $5.00 USD 106 w, 3 d
Even Momma Likes these Ghost Stories! eBook Even Momma Likes these Ghost Stories! eBook

Even Momma Likes These Ghost Stories! Even Momma Likes These Ghost Stories! by Raymond Cook is a 227 page eBook collection of 40 Non-Scary ghost stories suitable for all ages. If you love a good ghost story check out my author website and download your eBook today! Go To: http://www.scareme.us/product/even-momma-likes-these-ghost-stories/ Download your copy today! Instant Digital Delivery.

Ghosts, Haunted Houses, Paranormal, Supernatural $2.00 USD 91 w, 2 d
If I Ever Escape! And Other Supernatural Stories! eBook If I Ever Escape! And Other Supernatural Stories! eBook

If I Escape And Other Supernatural Stories! eBook Now Available: If I Ever Escape and Supernatural Stories! © 2004-2013 by Raymond Cook is a 231 page eBook containing 11 Supernatural stories. If you love reading ghost stories that will scare the freckles right off your face, visit: http://www.scareme.us/product/if-i-ever-escape-and-other-supernatural-stories/ Download your copy today. Instant Digital Delivery.

Ghosts, Haunted Houses, Supernatural, Vampires $2.00 USD 91 w, 2 d
The Best Of raymond Cook&#039;s Supernatural Stories! eBook The Best Of raymond Cook's Supernatural Stories! eBook

The Best Of Raymond Cook’s Supernatural Stories! The Best Of Raymond Cook’s Supernatural Stories! by Raymond Cook is a 205 page collection of 16 of my very best supernatural tales. If you love a good ghost story check out: http://www.scareme.us/product/the-best-of-raymond-cooks-supernatural-stories/ Download your copy today! Instant Digital Delivery.

Ghosts, Haunted Houses, Supernatural, Vampires $2.00 USD 91 w, 2 d
Haunted Houses, Ghosts And Vampires! eBook Haunted Houses, Ghosts And Vampires! eBook

Haunted Houses, Ghosts And Vampires! by Raymond Cook is a 339 page collection of 19 of my very best supernatural tales. These ghost stories are sure to scare the freckles right off your face. If you love a good ghost story check out my author website and download your eBook today! Instant digital delivery. Go To: http://www.scareme.us/product/haunted-houses-ghosts-and-vampires/

Demons, Ghosts, Haunted Houses, Horror, Vampires $2.00 USD 91 w, 2 d
Revenge Is A Dish Best Served Cold! eBook Revenge Is A Dish Best Served Cold! eBook

     Revenge Is A Dish Best Served Cold! © 2014 by Raymond Cook is a 288 page story about a long-time feud between two families outside Marble, Colorado in 1898. On one side were Frank Baker and his four grown sons, Jasper, Seth, Gerald and Bryant. Their neighbors Jess and Tamara Euland owned a cattle ranch beside a lake in a boxed end of a valley. Frank repeatedly offered Jess money if he could water his cattle at his lake but Jess didn’t like the Baker’s and refused.      One September morning Frank and his son’s saw Jess and his wife Tamara outside the General Store. Both of them are shot in the back. Jess was killed and Frank and his sons fled Marble. Tamara was seriously wounded and it takes her months to recover. She vows to chase her husband’s killers clear to hell if she has to. During the town’s spring rodeo and quick draw contest, Tamara watches as a stranger draws and shoots as fast as lightning.      After paying the gunfighter to teach her how to be as fast with a gun as he is, she visits her husband’s grave and says goodbye. Tamara sets out on what eventually becomes a 400 mile journey to catch up to and kill Frank, Jasper, Seth, Gerald and Bryant Baker. But along the way she’ll ride into the burned out town of Delta and discover the only one left alive is a six year old child. Saddled with the scared child, Tamara can’t continue her search for her husband’s killers.      She travels back to a family whose baby died at birth and lets them raise him. Tamara will continue riding from town to town looking for her Jess’s killers. Will she survive facing down the cowards who killed her father? More importantly, what will Tamara’s destiny be if she does beat the odds and live? This is my 18 th of 18 western frontier eBooks I have written since 2011.<span style="mso-spacerun:

Cowboys, Gunfighter, Wagon Train, Western Frontier $2.99 USD 90 w, 2 d
It Was Fight Or Die! It Was Fight Or Die!

     “It Was Fight Or Die! ” © 2014 b y Raymond Cook is a 224 page story about the conflict between settlers coming to Colorado and the bands of Indians that inhabited that land in the 1890’s. Before the coming of white people to the land that would be called the ‘Colorado Territory’ many groups of Indians inhabited the land.      The Apache, Arapaho, Comanche , Crow, Kiowa, Paiute, Pueblo, Shoshone, Sioux and the Ute tribes relied on vast hunting and fishing grounds not only for food but also clothing. Some tribes lived peacefully near each other, traded and sometimes even inter-married between tribes. Other tribes though were bitter rivals and attacked each other.      The ‘Homestead Act of 1862’ was the match that lit millions of Americans dreams back east of wanting to own their own land out west. Each married couple was eligible to own 160 acres of land out west if they built a home, lived on the land and farmed it for five years. The gold rush era of Colorado too brought thousands upon thousands of pioneers to the rugged Rocky Mountains in hopes of striking it rich.      Some families traveled 1,500 miles by covered wagon to reach Colorado to stake their claim. For those who didn’t

Cowboys, Indians, Pioneers, Western $2.99 USD 77 w, 3 d
When The Hunted Becomes The Hunter! eBook When The Hunted Becomes The Hunter! eBook

     When The Hunted Becomes The Hunter! ©2014 by Raymond Cook is a 208 page story about people living in and around the small mining town of Marble, Colorado. The town was formed in 1881 and by 1899 the town had grown to over 400 people half of whom worked at The Yule Quarry just outside of town. But with more and more covered wagons of families arriving to stake their claim to 125 acres of land there came risks. Freezing to death in the winter was just one risk they faced.      There was also the risk of cholera, smallpox, attacks by scattered bands of Shoshone Indians who hated the white man deeply, murders by horse thieves or cattle rustlers as well as the unstoppable grizzly bear. Wolves howled under the light of the full moon and prowled ranches at night, hoping for a quick meal out of a goat or chicken. But neither put fear in the hearts of a husband or wife more than seeing a cougar track in the dirt near the outhouse.      This seven foot long predator was quiet as a mouse and was rarely seen. Come nightfall everyone headed for the outhouse together under the protection of a Winchester rifle in one hand and an oil lamp in the other. As more and more ranchers built their cabins in the middle of cougar country sightings occurred more frequently. As hard as groups of men rode through the mountains and valleys looking for the large cat it was as elusive as a ghost.      This book chronicles the life and times of families struggling to survive in the Colorado Territory facing untold dangers. After a cougar hurts its rear hip trying to bring down a deer it finds it can’t hunt prey anymore. It’s only chance to survive now is to hunt men, women and children. Take a trip back in time with me and relive the trials and challenges face early pioneers. This is my 16 th of 17 western frontier books I have written since 2011. Check out my 208 page Western Frontier eBook, Visit: <p

Cowboys, Homesteaders, Pioneers, Western $2.99 USD 77 w, 3 d
Who Abducted The U. S. Deputy Marshals Granddaughter? Who Abducted The U. S. Deputy Marshals Granddaughter?

Who Abducted The U. S. Deputy Marshals Granddaughter? © 2013 by Raymond Cook is a 213 eBook page story about Donald Spencer who was sworn in as a Deputy United States Marshal for the Colorado Territory. For the next five years Donald held many jobs in the marshal’s office. One of them was partnering up with Chris Ballard and together they traveled a circuit of towns to perform their duties and assist local sheriffs when necessary.      Five years later, Donald and Chris stumble upon a stagecoach robbery. Chris is killed but Donald’s able to capture the gang’s leader. But the rest of the gang that escaped aren’t about to let their boss hang. With the help of a crooked telegraph man, the gang locates Donald’s son’s ranch. They abduct Donald’s three year old granddaughter Katelynne and leave instructions with her mother.      The gang threatens to kill the child Donald loves unless he releases their boss. But making the exchange isn’t all that easy after Katelynne’s kidnappers make a mistake and let the child escape. For three days Katelynne wanders the woods during a rainstorm with a fever before she’s found by a woman heading back to her ranch. But luck is on the gang’s side. After they begin searching ranches they re-capture Katelynne. Meanwhile Donald has his own setbacks too after he accidently kills his prisoner while trying to find out the location of the gang’s hideout.      Donald hires a stranger who looks similar to his prisoner and dresses him in the same clothes with the hope that he can catch the gang by surprise during the prisoner exchange to come. The route the two men must take is closely watched from a distance by the gang who has the marshal’s granddaughter. Now the stage is set and the fake gang leader and Katelynne begin walking towards each other in a large open valley with a grove of aspen trees as all hell breaks loose. This is my 15 th of 17 western frontier books I have written since 2011. <span style="font-size:

Cowboys, Pioneers, Western Frontier, Wild West $2.99 USD 77 w, 3 d
Sometimes Trouble Comes In Two&#039;s! Sometimes Trouble Comes In Two's!

Sometimes Trouble Comes In Two’s! © 2013 by Raymond Cook is a 213 page eBook story about Pepe Martinez and his family who raise and sell horses. After getting a federal contract to deliver 200 horses to Fort Collins, Colorado, his wife and four sons along with five ranch hands set out for Fort Collins. Pepe’s daughters, Rosenda and Angelique stay behind to take care of the ranch. But after the horses are delivered, Pepe, his wife Maria and his sons are murdered by their ranch hands.      When Rosenda and Angelique receive word of their families deaths at first they’re devastated before revenge fills their hearts. With the help of a gunfighter, the two women learn how to draw, aim and shoot very fast. They set out riding from town to town hell bent on catching up to each killer. Along their journey they will be confronted by men who think they can take the pistols on their hips away from them. After a catholic priest traveling to the town of Rifle to oversee an orphanage leaves their camp, he is murdered by two fur trappers and an Indian scout.      Later Rosenda and Angelique will find themselves being hunted by the same men. As the days turn to weeks and the weeks to months, both women are beginning to feel discouraged until they find one of the men they have been searching so long for. But hunting their family’s killers down comes at a high price as both women are shot. After they recover from their injuries, a wildfire cuts the women off in three directions and they’re forced to flee into the rugged mountains to try to outrun the fires.      By the time they’ve killed the last three men who murdered their family, they take the reward money they were paid and search for a new place to set down roots. They choose to call the town of Marble their new home and have their house built. But their life isn’t complete until they return to the orphanage and adopt two small children. Take a journey back into time and see through the eyes of Rosenda and Angelique the challenges they face. This is my 14 th of 17 western frontier books I have written since </p

Cowboys, Gunfighters, Pioneers, Western Frontier $2.99 USD 77 w, 3 d