Friday, 18 January 2013

Series and Sequels part 5

Here's the fifth part of the list of western series and sequels that I have, or have had, in my collection. You can find the previous parts by clicking the title in tags at the end of this post.





MADIGAN 
by Tyler Hatch or Hank J. Kirby – 8+ books

MAN FROM BOOT HILL (The) 
by Marcus Galloway – 5 books

MAN OF HONOR 
by Gary Franklin – 4 books

MAN WITH NO NAME (The) 
by Joe Millard, Frank Chandler and Brian Fox – 8 books

MANHUNTER 
by Chet Cunningham – 2 books

MACCALLISTER 
by William W. Johnstone with J.A. Johnstone – 2 books at time of posting

MASSEY, Cuno 
by Peter Brandvold – 8 books at time of posting

McALLEN, John Henry 
by Jason Manning – 3 books

McALLISTER 
by Matt Chisholm – 39 books

McCABE, Guthrie 
by Will Cook – 3 books

McCALL & McCANNON 
by Bill Brooks – 3 books

McCALL, Trace
by Charles G. West – 2 books

McCAN, Luke
by Cameron Judd – 2 books

McCANNON, Quint
by Bill Brooks – 4 books

McCLAREN, Priest 
by Tom Piccirilli – 2 books

McCOWAN, Rush 
by Robert Bell – 8 books

McCOY, Dan – 
by Jim Bowden – 10 books

McELROY 
by Lee McElroy – 3 books

McMASTERS 
by Lee Morgan – 6 books

McNALLY, Brogan
by L.D. Tetlow – 12 books

McREYNOLDS 
by Sheldon Russell – 2 books (possibly a third)

MEDICINE TRAIL 
by G. Clifton Wisler – 5 books

MILLET, Cap 
by Jim Bowden – 5 books

MISFIT LIL
by Chap O'Keefe - 7 books

MOLLY 
by Stephen Overholser – 6 books

MORAN, Jake
by Robert Broomall – 3 books

MORGAN 
by H. Paul Jeffers – 3 books

MORGETTE 
by G.G. Boyer – 6 books

MOUNTAIN COUNTRY 
by John Legg – 3 books

MOUNTAIN JACK PIKE 
by Joseph Meek – 15 books (ebooks by Robert J. Randisi)

MOUNTAIN MAJESTY 
by John Killdeer – 8 books

MOUNTAIN MAN (The) 
by William W. Johnstone and with J.A. Johnstone – 40 books at time of posting

MOUNTAIN WAR 
by Cameron Judd – 3 books

MURDOCK, Page 
by Loren D. Estleman – 8 books at time of posting

MURLEE, Link 
by Mark Donovan – 12 books (more?)

MURPHY
by Gary Paulsen – 7 books (last three with Brian Burks)





NASH, Clay 
by Bret Waring – 10+ books

NASH, Jeston 
by Ralph Cotton – 6 books

NATIONAL PARKS 
by Gary McCarthy – 4 books

NAVARRO 
by Ralph Compton / Peter Brandvold – 2 books

NEWCOMB, Buffalo 
by L.J. Washburn – 2 books

NORTHWEST DESTINY
by Bill Gulick – 3 books





O’BRIEN, Carter 
by Ben Bridges – 14 books

O’BRIEN, Fergal 
by I.J. Parnham – 6 books

O’GRADY, Canyon 
by John Sharpe – 25 books

O’SHEA, Wildcat 
by Jeff Clinton – 19 books

OLD-TIMERS (The) 
by Jim Miller – 3 books

OUTCAST (The) 
by Luke Cypher – 3 books

OUTCASTS (The) 
by Jason Elder – 4 books

OUTLAWS 
by Chet Cunningham – 6 books

OVERMOUNTAIN MEN (The) 
by Cameron Judd – 3 books (also known as The Tennessee Frontier Trilogy)

OWLHOOT TRAIL (The)
by Jory Sherman – 1 book





PEACEMAKER 
by William S. Brady – 9 books

PECOS KID (The) 
by Jack Bodine – 6 books

PENN & McCUTCHEON 
by Judson Gray – 3 books

PEOPLE OF THE PLAINS 
1 – 5 by Ken Englade, 6 & 7 by Will Camp – 7 books

PICKENS 
by William W. Johnstone and with J.A. Johnstone – 5 books at time of posting

PILGRIM 
by Jay Hill Potter – 9 books (more ?)

PINKERTON 
1 – 3 by Desmond Ried, 4 by W. Howard Baker – 4 books

PLAINSMEN (The) 
by Terry C. Johnston – 16 books

PONY SOLDIERS 
by Chet Cunningham – 10 books

POWDER VALLEY 
by Peter Field – 80+ books

POWELL’S ARMY 
by Terence Duncan – 8 books

PRESCOTT 
by G. Clifton Wisler – 4 books

PROPHET, Lou 
by Peter Brandvold – 10 books at time of posting





QUINN’S RAIDERS 
by J.D. Bodine – 6 books

QUIST, Gregory 
by William Colt MacDonald – 12+ books

2 comments:

old guy rambling said...

An avid reader I often wear out trying to read a series. I like some sequels but find somtimes a series starts to sound like a broken record. (if you are old enough to remember a broken record) over and over the same old stuff.
Great Post I enjoyed looking through the list-have real all or parts of quite a few.

-N-

TParker said...

I've read two Man With No Name books. I've got a review of one of them, 'A Dollar to Die For' by Brian Fox, on my blog. It wasn't good or bad, but it did inspire a short pencil animation from me.

I haven't fully read 'A Coffin Full of Dollars' (I'm reading it on my phone on Scribd) but that one's much more fun in my opinion.