GUN FOR WELLS FARGO
G. WAYNE TILMAN
Saddle up with the new bestselling Western series by G. Wayne Tilman...
GUN FOR WELLS FARGO
John Pope was a fast-rising 1880s detective with the San Francisco Police Department. His career changed when Jim Hume saw him stop one Wells Fargo robbery and solve another. The famous Chief of Detectives for Wells Fargo hired him immediately... Pope, raised by the last of the mountain men, might have worn a suit and bowler hat, but his .44’s were fast and deadly and his investigative techniques flawless. He solved train and stage robberies, embezzlements and pursued fugitives all over the West... In Prescott, he met a beautiful former Pinkerton named Sarah Watson. She had been one of America’s first female detectives. He recruited her—crime solving and shooting abilities equal—they became an unstoppable force for good.
GUN FOR WELLS FARGO #2
With former Pinkerton detective Sarah Watson firmly established as Wells Fargo Detective John Pope’s partner, the two are dispatched to Wyoming Territory to investigate a series of stage and train robberies... The first problem is: one gang, or two? Using cutting edge criminology for 1882, the detectives brave blizzards to solve the cases and bring the outlaws to justice—some are brought in on the saddle, some over the saddle. Before the two detectives can be recalled, the office where they are assigned is robbed and several are murdered... Now, it’s personal... A suspect begins to materialize, he is Kid Taos. He’s a fast gun fixated on becoming a dime novel hero, but he might have just met his match. Pope and a pair of .44’s are blocking the Kid’s path to fame—it’s either a pine box or a noose.
GUN FOR WELLS FARGO #3
Strap in for a wild ride... Wells Fargo detectives John Pope and Sarah Watson are on loan to the Secretary of War and the Attorney General. There is a conspiracy against the President, and no one knows who to trust, so they hired outside for the best... Guns blaze and knives flash as the two develop and follow leads in Washington and around the country. They find sedition and assassination are very different from solving stage robberies... Will the two detectives be left standing when the last shot is fired?
GUN FOR WELLS FARGO #4
Mountain man and man hunter, Israel Pope was a calm, forgiving man. But attack him or his family and he became an efficient, stone cold killer...Pope started out as a river boater, fur trapper, scout, wagon train master, horse rancher and bounty hunter – later in life he became a member of the Kiowa tribe with the name Bear Fighter...Men and bers fell to his Bowie knife, rifle and tomahawk. A blood brother to the Kiowa's, he was a legend throughout the West.