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Real Western Stories, December 1955
Lee Winters Story
LITTLE DOG LOST
By Lon Williams
Lee Winters should have known he’d be riding into some strange and weird adventure when he hit Alkali Flats. But each time, his experiences seemed to be more uncanny than before…
An abandoned house is suddenly re-tenanted, and Winters is trapped…
5400 Words (Amazon Kindle) (B&N Nook)

 


The Weird West Tales of Lee Winters vol 1
Real Western Stories, October 1952
A “Lee Winters” Story
KING SOLOMON’S THRONE
by Lon Williams
Ghostly voices and screams had been heard out in alkali flats, and Deputy Lee Winters shuddered at the sounds that came to him. But, when the time came for him to ride out, he knew he’d go …
3700 Words
Real Western Stories , December 1952
A Lee Winters Story
FOUNTAIN of YOUTH
by Lon Williams
When the man who never slept met the stranger who claimed to be three hundred and eighty-seven years old, another gunsmoke headache was building up for the reluctant lawman of Forlorn Gap.
4200 Words
Real Western Stories, February 1953
A Deputy-Marshal Lee Winters story
SATAN’S WOOL-MERCHANT
by Lon Williams
The easily-frightened lawman of Forlorn Gap meets a spell-binder!
4900 Words
Real Western Stories , April 1953
A Lee Winters Story 
MASTER OF INDECISION
by Lon Williams
Here’s another tale of the harrowing events that took place around Alkali Flat, and the deputy who was anything but fearless!
4000 Words
Real Western Stories, June 1953
A “Lee Winters” story
GHOST, RIDE WITH ME!
by Lon Williams
There was no such thing as a ghost, maintained the hardly-valiant Deputy Marshal. Now, if he could only convince himself of this assertion …
It was a very unusual spook that set upon the Marshal in Black Fox Gap.
4800 Words (Amazon Kindle) (B&N Nook)

 


The Weird West Tales of Lee Winters vol 2
Real Western Stories, August 1953
A “Lee Winters” Story
A DESERT HIPPOCRATES 
by Lon Williams 
A wail in the night… plaintive cries echoing over Alkali Flat… and a man with a noble nose. Deputy Marshal Lee Winters felt un-easy—and, as usual, he had good reason…
5200 Words
Real Western Stories, October 1953
A “Lee Winters” Story
THE HAUNTED TOWN
by Lon Williams 
It had been sworn to, by reputable, God-fearing men that night-riders, marching ghosts, and eerie cries were afoot in Forlorn Gap after dark. And Deputy Lee Winters, himself, had seen a werewolf . .
4200 Words
Real Western Stories , December, 1953
Deputy Marshal Lee Winters
PHANTOM CARGO
by Lon Williams
It is too bad that Deputy Marshal Lee Winters didn’t live in modern times. For, if he had been so fortunate, he would have had more than Cannon Ball at his disposal for a quick ride over eerie, spooky Alkali Flats.
5100 Words
Real Western Stories , February 1954
A Lee Winters Story
MISFORTUNE’S DARLING
by Lon Williams
There was a sudden influx of hardly desirable-looking persons into town, as well as an upcropping of bodies discovered at daybreak. And it was the strangers, Winters found, who were the victims.
4900 Words
Real Western Stories, April 1954 
Lee Winters Story
WIZARD OF FORLORN GAP
by Lon Williams
Something was wrong in Forlorn Gap; this fancy doctor had come in, and, suddenly just about everyone was awfully sick.
5200 Words (Amazon Kindle) (B&N Nook)

The Weird West Tales of Lee Winters vol 3
Real Western Stories, April 1953
Deputy Marshal Lee Winters
A PORTION TO SEVEN
by Lon Williams
Doc Bogannon looked at the two monkeys seated at his tables, and wondered what breed they were. Winters, as usual, had kept a wary eye on them. But there remained the disconcerting fact that the man this pair had gone off with, the previous night, was now reported missing—and so was Lee Winters!
5400 Words
Real Western Stories, August 1954
Lee Winters Story
MYSTERY OF THE HOLLOW ROCK
by Lon Williams
Legend had it that Indians had turned a man into stone. Deputy Marshal Lee Winters, however, scoffed at such nonsense. Yet, whatever had happened to Danny Sobo—and that intense-looking stranger with whom he had left Bogannon’s saloon, a night ago?
6000 Words
Real Western Stories, October, 1954
Deputy Marshal Lee Winters:
MARK OF THE WAMPUS CAT
by Lon Williams
There was nothing in Deputy Marshal Winters’ experience to match what he went through in Tallyho Canyon…
5700 Words
Real Western Stories, December 1954
Lee Winters Story
GOLDEN CITY 
by Lon Williams
The strangers were taking Winters to one of Coronado’s fabulous cities—a city of Cibola!
5000 Words
Real Western Stories, February 1955
Lee Winters Story
THE TROPHY HUNTERS
by Lon Williams
Travelsted and Gordo had quite a collection of friends!
5200 Words (Amazon Kindle) (B&N Nook)

The Weird West Tales of Lee Winters vol 4
Real Western Stories, April 1955
Lee Winters Story 
LONG LIVE THE KING 
by Lon Williams
Deputy Marshal Lee Winters thought he’d seen just about every possible kind of creep—and all of them dangerous. That was before he encountered the one who called himself King Kiff-Wiff! 
5800 Words
Real Western Stories, June 1955
Lee Winters Story
LANTERN IN THE SKY
by Lon Williams
What was the secret of the light, far up the mountainside—and the terrible cries that arose every now and then?
5500 Words
Real Western Stories, August 1955
A Lee Winters story
THE SALT WAGONS
by Lon Williams
If anyone had told Winters this story, he wouldn’t have believed a word of it!
5300 Words
Real Western Stories, October 1955
Lee Winters Story
THE HONEY JUG 
by LON WILLIAMS
Was it just the after-effects of the slug that grazed his skull, or did Lee Winters really have an utterly strange encounter in ghostly Lowbow Canyon?
5000 Words
Real Western Stories, February 1956
Lee Winters Story
TRAIL OF PAINTED ROCKS
by Lon Williams
Not the least of the puzzles and terrors of Tallyho Canyon for Lee Winters was the fact that all the eerie characters he met there seemed to know him!
5100 Words (Amazon Kindle) (B&N Nook)

The Weird West Tales of Lee Winters vol 5
Real Western Stories, April 1956
Deputy Marshal Lee Winters:
THE CUCKOO’S NEST
by Lon Williams
This troupe of traveling actors were presenting a play dealing with the execution of King Charles the First of England at the hands of the Puritans. Lee Winters had heard about this struggle from the history books that his wife had read to him, and the actors certainly looked impressive dressed up in the costumes of Cavaliers and Roundheads. But they seemed to have trouble getting a man to play the role of the King—every man they picked seemed to disappear soon after… . Then Winters was selected to play the famous role… .
5500 Words
Real Western Stories, August 1956
A Lee Winters Story 
THE WATER CARRIERS
by Lon Williams
It seemed to the deputy marshal—especially when he rode alone—that he lived in a world where he did not belong, or in a time long departed …
5400 Words
Real Western Stories, October 1956
Deputy Marshal Lee Winters
SUSPENDED ANIMATION
by Lon Williams
This was the strangest corpse anyone in Forlorn Gap had ever seen, for in the unfortunate’s pockets was a note reading: “….Please do not bury me. I am not dead.”
5000 Words
Real Western Stories, December 1956
Deputy Marshal Lee Winters
THE STRANGE PIPER 
by Lon Williams
Suddenly, all the menfolk around Forlorn Gap were drifting away to dig shadowy gold, while womenfolk were mysteriously being killed . . 
4600 Words
Real Western Stories, February 1957
Lee Winters Story
MEN BURNING BRUSH
by Lon Williams
How could anyone be burning so much brush out here on Alkali Flats? And these were the strangest-looking men that Lee Winters had seen in a long time.
4800 Words (Amazon Kindle) (B&N Nook)

 

The Weird West Tales of Lee Winters vol 6
Real Western Stories, April 1957
A Deputy Marshal Lee Winters Story
THE BANSHEE SINGER
by Lon Williams 
They said that the Bodep Opera House in Forlorn Gap was haunted, that a murdered opera singer awaited the man who had slain her there. And that man was believed to be Jason Inbred—the very gent whom Lee Winters had been assigned to track down!
5000 Words
Real Western Stories, June 1957
Lee Winters Story
THE KITE FLIER
by Lon Williams
Swindlers ought to be shot, Winters thought. But, at least, he could capture this one, and put him in jail where he belonged. And if the snake resisted…
5400 Words
Real Western Stories, August 1957
Lee Winters story 
THE DANCING TREES 
by Lon Williams 
Deputy Marshal Winters had been called upon to assist lovely damsels in distress before—but never a damsel like this, and never in this kind of distress!
5700 Words
Real Western Stories, October 1957
Lee Winters Story 
THE DEADLY SLOWPOKE 
by Lon Williams 
Why should a man be running around on all fours and growling like a dog? Lee Winters found out when he encountered Dr. Mesmer Ludwig… . 
5200 Words
Real Western Stories, February 1958
Deputy Marshal Lee Winters
THE THREE FATES
by Lon Williams
It was a spooky night when Deputy Marshal Lee Winters met a man who knew what was What, a man who knew when was When, and a man who knew where was Where…
5600 Words
Real Western, April 1958
Lee Winters’ Story
THE BEE’S NEST
By Lon Williams
Dardeen Blackwood had loved bees, always had them around her—but Dardeen Blackwood was dead, murdered years ago. But now Lee Winters and Doc Bogannon both heard the sound of bees, and Winters had seen a woman who looked like Dardeen Blackwood get off the incoming stage …
5200 Words
Real Western Stories, October, 1958
Lee Winters Story
THE MAGIC GRINDSTONE
by Lon Williams
“It’ll sharpen anything for you that you want sharpened, Winters,” the deputy marshal was told. And Lee Winters, though doubtful of this purported magic, figured it was worth trying out, under the powdersmoke-threatening circumstances…
4700 Words (Amazon Kindle) (B&N Nook)

 

Real Western Stories, June 1956
THE ROLLING STONE
Lee Winters Story
by Lon Williams
The Deputy Marshal finds himself called upon to rescue a legendary prisoner.
Once again the Deputy Marshal meets up with a weird character out of books and legend—Sisyphus, the man the gods condemned forever to roll a stone up a mountainside. And somehow, Winters was supposed to rescue him, after all these centuries…
4900 Words
Double Action Western, January 1953
STOLEN WATERS
by Lon Williams
One Confession to a murder is fine—but two is another matter!
A signed confession is handy when murder’s been done—that is, one confession!
1300 Words (Amazon Kindle) (B&N Nook)

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Texas Rangers, April 1951
WE SHAPED THE LAND WITH OUR GUNS
by Louis L’Amour
Get out or die, was the order—but Rye Tyler and his partner stayed!
8000 Words

New Western, April 1947
DEATH SONG OF THE SOMBRERO
by Louis L’Amour
“Never,” Stretch Magoon said, “argue with a red-headed girl named for a burro!”
Not all the magic of Stretch Magoon’s famous .45’s, nor all his adamant determination could make one single impression on that beautiful, maddening god-daughter of mule, named Kelly Jarvis!
4700 Words

The Rio Kid Western, May 1952
THE CACTUS KID PAYS A DEBT
by Louis L’Amour
Drawn into a cutthroat game, he does some plain and fancy dealing on his own account
He tries some fancy dealing in a cutthroat game!
4900 Words

Texas Rangers, March 1947
JACKSON OF HORNTOWN
by Louis L’Amour
as Jim Mayo
Matt Ben was the last of a notorious clan but his only pard was an old pack burro when he had to make his most serious decision!
Matt Ben was the last of a notorious clan, but his only pard was a pack burro.
5700 Words

This edition includes 12+ images between story illustrations, mastheads and pulp covers.

PERIL PRESS presents:

Popular Western, May 1946
TRAP FOR A BANDIT
by Paul S. Powers
Chuck Spriggs Remains Loyal to a Pard When He Aids an Old Ranny Who Seems to Be Guilty of Stage Robbery!
4100 Words

Texas Rangers, December 1947
BOOTHILL IS MY DESTINATION
by Paul S. Powers
Ranger Harlin Goes Gunning for His Dad’s Killer! 
Ranger Harlan goes on the gun trail in order to avenge the death of his dad
7100 Words

Wild West Weekly, August 30 1941
RIDE ‘IM, HOSS THIEF!
by Paul S. Powers
Who ever heard of a cowpoke stealing a hoss just to prove he wasn’t a hoss thief!
5300 Words

Wild West Weekly, February 14 1931
SHERIFF BRIMSTONE
by Paul S. Powers
Author of “Shootin’ The New Year In,” etc.
When he flared up, sparks flew.
4 Chapters
4500 Words

Western Story, March 1944
SIX-GUN SERENADE
by Paul S. Powers
An eerie whistle was the Box 40 crew’s only clue to the ghastly vengeance that stalked them
5 Chapters
6100 Words

Wild West Weekly, September 13 1930
SIX-GUNS SING AT RAWHIDE
by Paul S. Powers
Author of “The Hombre They Hanged,” etc.
With screechin’ lead comin’ in on the chorus.
6 Chapters
5000 Words

This edition includes 20+ images between story illustrations, mastheads and pulp covers.

B&N Nook 

PERIL PRESS presents: 

Thrilling Western, August 1947 
5 Western Novels, October 1952 
GOOD LUCK BOOMERANG 
by Ben Frank 
A superstitious badman has a change of luck in the heart of a burning wasteland 
3400 Words 

PLUS BONUS!!! 

Texas Rangers, June 1949 
READY AND WAITING 
by Sam Brant 
When bank bandits stalk the range, Sheriff Ben Boyd believes in preparedness! 
2300 Words 

5 Western Novels, October 1952 
OLD SPANISH “HORSE MINE” 
Feature 
by Sam Brant 
How the Californios Caught the Wild Ones 
600 Words 

5 Western Novels, October 1952 
MORNING AFTER 
Verse 
by Pecos Pete 
40 Words 

This edition includes 12 images between story/feature illustrations, mastheads and pulp covers.

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