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The Best of Frontier Tales, Volume 6

The sixth year's selection of Readers' Choices. Another choice baker's dozen!

Palo Duro Mustangs

Two Feathers, a half-blood Comanche of 14, and his adopted brother, Will, struggle to keep their Pecos River Ranch home. The boys are relentlessly attacked by Two Feathers' uncle, who hates them and is obsessed with stealing Buck, Will's faithful stallion. The boys must win their battles on the harsh Staked Plains alone.

The Best of Frontier Tales, Volume 5

The fifth year's selection of Readers' Choices. If you like Westerns, you'll love this one!

The Killing Spree

The true story of a string of brutal murders, rapes, and the cop who tried to stop it.

A Bible on the Moon

The Untold Stories of Apollo Astronauts Who Tried, Failed, and Tried Again to Land a Bible on the Moon.

In Sickness and In Health

Maggie's faith is strong, but will she withstand the pressures of being a wife, mother, and pastor? Sickness and health are part of all of our lives, but Maggie must finesse her caregiving in challenging situations she never expected. Only time will tell if she is up to the task.

The Ripening

Tillie grew up on the prairies of Alberta, Canada, in the '50s and '60s. It was a time of change for both Tillie and the culture. By the time she reached San Francisco in 1958, the world was no longer the same . . . and neither was Tillie!

The Question is Murder

In D.C., justice can be in short supply.
Can murder ever be justified? That's the question posed to "Mr. Ethics," aka Sam Turner. Then a terrified woman leads to a dead senator and Sam walks straight into danger. But will he walk back out?

We Are One

On January 31, 1971, Navy Captain Dr. Edgar Mitchell embarked on the Apollo 14 mission, resulting in his becoming the sixth man to walk on the moon. This historic journey ended safely nine days later on February 9, 1971. For Mitchell, however, the most extraordinary journey was yet to come.

The Dark Side of Gibson Road

Young Donna Jean knew the house would one day give rise to evilness. When she got the horrible news, the light left her eyes and her sleep became fraught with nightmares. But when she found herself prey of the wickedness, dark justice was forced into her hands.