The Siren Call
Luke Spencer grew up the hard way, moving from town to town in the west. At 34, he is a veteran of gold rush strikes and boomtowns from South Dakota to Colorado to New Mexico. While at the family ranch in Montana, he gets news of a possible gold strike in the Yukon.
Angie Parker is left alone on the family farm in Washington when her parents pass away. She dreams of something more and drifts west to Seattle, where she gets word of the new town of Skagway in Alaska.
The dreams and possibilities are too much to resist. Along with a hundred thousand others, they hear the siren call of the gold fields of the Klondike. The adventure begins…
Dead Man’s Treasure
Road to Redemption
Cash Hendrick had never considered himself a lucky man, but just getting an even break in life was starting to sound pretty good. Then he comes into a stake—poker winnings—enough to give a man a decent start in life. Unfortunately, a couple of crooked soldiers and a stretch in the dreaded Yuma Territorial Prison stand in his way. Cash follows a hard and twisting trail in 1880’s Arizona, from the prison in Yuma, to the Tonto Basin, to the shadow of the Mogollon Rim. There, he finds a few friends and a reason to keep fighting. Through it all, he believes that a man has a right to stand his ground and pursue his dream.
Blood is Thicker Than Water
Clay Spencer (Spence to his friends) had to become a man at a very young age. He worked gold mines, made the cattle drive from Texas to Montana with Nelson Story, and learned he had exceptional skill with a gun when put to the test. By age 37, he had established a cattle ranch in Montana, where he planned to live out the rest of his days in peace.
A trip to Denver to buy cattle changes everything, as Spence confronts unknown events from his past and threats to a beautiful woman he meets in Denver. And before the trip is finished, Spence will learn that blood is thicker than water.
A Texas Ranger Mystery
Some of the finest horses in Central Texas are disappearing, and the Texas Rangers have lost one of their own trying to follow the trail of the missing stock. Ash McKinnon, who is the best tracker the Rangers have, is called in from Langtry, Texas to solve the mystery. Ash is happy to escape the town ruled by Judge Roy Bean, but he gets more than he bargained for when a beautiful rancher has some of her finest horses stolen right under his nose.
Ash has to work together with his old partner, Mike Stone, to bring down a mysterious, powerful man who has teamed up with Sam and Belle Starr to create a horse thief ring. Finding the hideout for the stolen horses is the first order of business for Ash, but even his skills might not be up to the task as he tracks the thieves along a vanishing trail.
Jake McCabe is no stranger to trouble. Between serving in the army during the Civil War and being involved in a long-running feud in his home state of Kentucky, Jake has known some hard times. Some have said the McCabe family is known best for their run of bad luck.
Jake decides to move to central Texas, along with a beautiful neighbor lady and her family. They all hope for peaceful days and happier times in their new home, but sometimes trouble just seems to follow a man. Luckily, having a new ranch to call your own and the love of a good woman are powerful incentives, and Jake knows how to fight for what is his.
Patrick Lindsay lives on a small cattle ranch south of Fort Worth, Texas. He comes to Texas by way of Missouri, Canada and California, but has been happy to call Texas his home for the past 35+ years.
Patrick enjoys the creativity of writing and is thrilled to know that people are entertained by his work.
Other Books by Patrick Lindsay
Mike Stone: Texas Ranger
Mike Stone comes to Texas to avoid the gunfighter reputation he had acquired in New Mexico. He finds adventure and danger as he settles in near Austin with an unexpected inheritance and a beautiful new neighbor.
At age 28, Chance returns to his roots in Cimarron, New Mexico, from New York, seeking to begin a new life where he was forced to leave off as a child. All the possibilities are there for him: the old family ranch, gold in the Sangre de Cristo mountains, and the daughter of his old neighbors who has grown to become a beautiful young woman.
(Chance Reilly Book 3) It’s a slam-bang finish to the Chance Reilly story as outlaws surviving the Lincoln County war migrate to Northern New Mexico. When the town of Cimarron is attacked, Chance must decide if he will serve as sheriff to protect the town. When his family is threatened, they all must join together with Chance to take on the outlaws hiding out in a remote canyon. Fighting to protect his family is nothing new for Chance, but this time it’s personal!
– John O., Amazon Reviewer
I would like to recommend this book to everyone who wants to read a very interesting and exciting new story where the action never stops. I have found that these books are very hard to put down. I will be looking forward to reading the next book from this author.
– Cecil S., Amazon Reviewer
“Mike Stone: Texas Ranger” was a fantastic and very enjoyable read. This story details Mike Stone who moves to Texas and gets the calling from the Texas Rangers. This was just a great, old-fashioned, fast-paced western that leaves you wanting more. Additionally, the author did a great job of developing the characters, and providing a great ending with a great sense of justice. …a great read that I highly recommend.