Novels of the American West

New Western Novels

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   J.T. Fleming

Product DetailsTracks of a Pigeon-toed Horse is the story of Collin Mitchell, a Mormon with two wives and a back-trail full of enemies. In the fall of 1868, the Black Hawk War is over, and a year of fighting renegade Utes through the mountains of central Utah has left Collin Mitchell disillusioned and ready to settle down.  The Utes want peace, and Brigham Young is ready to bring them into the fold.  But Salt Lake City has changed, and Mitchell is out of a job.  Brother Brigham, however, has just the project for an unemployed, reformed gunman,  and Mitchell finds himself in the middle of a twisted and mysterious disappearance of a young girl.

Product DetailsThe Obsidian Serpent, the second book in the series, follows Collin Mitchell in the investigation of a strange disappearance high in the Wasatch Mountains. It’s the fall of 1868. Two men are missing, and the ghosts of long forgotten conquistadores haunt the hills above the small mountain town of Heber City. Rumors of Spanish gold permeate the atmosphere of the town, drawing outlaws and treasure hunters in a desperate hunt for Aztec gold. And in the foothills south of Heber City, a grisly scene of murder and greed begins to unfold as Collin Mitchell hunts the aspen forest in search of a killer and the treasure of the Obsidian Serpent.

Tracks of a Pigeon-toed Horse & The Obsidian Serpent

Now available in paperback and e-book.

Amazon.com:    http://www.amazon.com/J.-T.-Fleming/e/B004V92TOQ

Barnes and Noble:    http://www.barnesandnoble.com/c/j.-t.-fleming

The Book Table;  Logan, Utah

Planet Rainbow; Ogden, Utah

Wisebird Bookery; Ogden; Utah


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