Thursday, 6 September 2012

Series and Sequels part 1


After being asked by a number of people which western series I have, and recently being asked if there is a list anywhere on the Internet – to which I could only say not to my knowledge, here is part one of a list of series that are (and in some cases have been) in my collection. The number of books indicates how many there are in each series, I use the term loosely so I can include books that have just one or two sequels, not how many I have.

I’d appreciate help in expanding this list in comments with corrections and by adding additional series, as it would be great to discover just how many series and books with sequels there has been. I’m not interested in adding modern westerns, romance westerns, and cross-genre westerns at this time.




ABILENE 
by Justin Ladd – 16 books

ACCOMPLICE (The) 
by Marcus Galloway – 3 books

AGENT BRAD SPEAR 
first 3 by Chet Cunningham rest by Chad Calhoun – 12 books

ALIAS SMITH AND JONES 
by Brian Fox – 6 books

ALLISON, Jim 
by Ben Bridges – 3 books

ANDERSON, Andrew 
by Jeff Sadler – 20+ books

ANGEL (aka Frank Angel, Federal Marshal) 
by Frederick H. Christian – 9 books

ANGEL EYES 
by W.B. Longley, later print by Robert J. Randisi – 9 books

ANTHEM FAMILY SAGA (The)
by James Reno, later print by Kerry Newcomb – 5 books

APACHE 
by William M. James – 27 books

APACHE LAW 
by Luke Adams – 4 books

APACHE WARS SAGA (The) 
by Frank Burleson – 6 books (ebook versions by Len Levinson)

APACHERIA 
by Carter West – 3 books (ebook versions by Ben Bridges)

ARROW AND SABER 
by G.A. Carrington – 6 books

AULT, Sam 
by Frederic Bean – 3 books




BADGE (The) 
by Bill Reno – 24 books

BAKER, Herschel
by Dusty Richards - 4 books at time of posting

BANNER, Luke 
by Lance Howard – 2 books

BANNERMAN THE ENFORCER 
by Kirk Hamilton – 45+ books

BANNISTER 
by D.B. Newton – 11 books

BARON SAGA (The) 
by Jory Sherman – 7 books

BASS, Titus 
by Terry C. Johnston – 9 books

BAYNES CLAN (The) 
by John S. Cord – 6 books

BENBOW, Sam 
by Jack Curtis – 5 books

BENEDICT & BRAZOS 
by E. Jefferson Clay – 35+ books

BLADE 
by Matt Chisholm – 12 books

BLAKE, Faro 
by Zeke Masters – 31 books

BLAYLOCK, Nathan 
by Richard Parry – 3 books

BLEAK CREEK 
by Marshal Grover – 10+ books

BLOOD BOND 
by William W. Johnstone (and with J.A. Johnstone) – 15 at time of posting

BLUE, Johnny 
by Joseph A. West – 2 books

BLUESTAR 
by Arthur Moore – 10 books

BODIE THE STALKER 
by Neil Hunter – 6 books

BOLT 
by Cort Martin – 26 books

BONANZA 
by Dean Owen – 2 books

BONANZA 
by Stephen Calder – 6 books

BOOMTOWNS 
by Douglas Hirt – 2 books

BOONE, Dan’l: The Lost Wilderness Years 
by Dodge Tyler – 12 books

BOUNTY HUNTER 
by Joshua Randell, later print by Robert J. Randisi – 5 books

BOUNTY MAN 
by Mike Newton – 2 books

BRADY 
by Wayne Gamble – 3 books

BRAND 
by Neil Hunter – 9 books

BRANDON, Jim 
by Mike Stotter – 2 books

BRANNIGAN 
by Tom Ryan – 3 books

BRANNIGAN 
by Ed Newsom – 4 books

BRANNOCKS 
by Matt Braun – 4 books

BRANNON 
by Stephen Bly – 7 books

BRAVO 
by E. Jefferson Clay – 5 books

BREED 
by James A. Muir – 22 books

BREED 
by Ned Stone – 4 books

BROTHERS IN BLOOD 
by Daniel St. James – 3 books

BROTHERS O’BRIEN (The) 
by William W. Johnstone with J.A. Johnstone – 3 books at time of posting

BUCHANAN 
by Jonas Ward – 23 books

BUCKMASTER 
by Tex Larrigan – 2 books

BUCKSKIN 
first 12 by Roy Lebeau, rest by Kit Dalton – 52 books (42 regular sized books + 10 Giant Editions)

BUFFALO HUNTER 
by Ralph Hayes – 7 books (3 under this series title)

BURRACK, Sam 
by Ralph Cotton – 26 books at time of posting

BUSHWHACKERS 
by B.J. Lanagan – 9 books

BUTLER, Ned 
by Bret Ray – 3 books

BYRNES FAMILY SAGA (The) 
by Dusty Richards – 2 books at time of posting

6 comments:

Evan Lewis said...

Thanks Steve!

larry gebert said...

I like this concept for a column Steve.

Ron Scheer said...

A labor of love for sure. Do you know the Jefferson Hewitt series by John Henry Reese? I just discovered him.

KR said...

You might find Pat Hawk's Western Reference book useful or interesting. http://www.westernreference.com/books.htm

Steve M said...

KR, yeap I do as a rather dogeared copy sits in my collection, and I'd recommend this book to anyone interested in western books.

Yes, there are other series that I haven't listed here. Those I'm listing are those I have, or have had just to give an idea as to what is out there. It'd be great to add every series I know of but I just don't have the time.

Laurie Stichter said...

Thank you so much for this wonderful blog! I had purchased a book in 1975 while vacationing with my family and had lost it through the years. I only knew the main characters name and through this search I found the book here!!! I couldn't have found the author or the book without this blog!!!