In 1879, Steve Dancy sells his shop in New York City to explore the Wild West. He's soon embroiled in a deadly feud with a ruthless Nevada silver baron.
Renegades abduct a girl near Mesa Verde, Colorado. The trail leads Dancy to Leadville--a mining town teeming with the worst elements of a raw frontier.
Dancy ventures to Prescott, territorial capital of Arizona, where he works with Virgil Earp, Doc Holliday, and Pinkertons to save his friend from hanging.
Thomas Edison is on the cusp of scientific glory when enemies emerge to sabotage his success. Dancy has his eye on a license for Edison's light bulb - but first he needs to stop the scoundrels!
Jenny Bolton has plans, and they don't bode well for Steve Dancy. He once rejected her without as much as a goodbye. Now, Steve is unaware that Jenny is mad for revenge.
Honest Westerns filled with dishonest charaters.
The James Best books...are about the best new Western series to come along since Larry McMurtry."-Larry Winget, True West Magazine
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