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Black Mule's new mystery, MURDER in the DELL, about a serial killer in a small town, is now at amazon.com in print and kindle!  I have priced the new ebook at $1.99 cents and the other five ebooks at .99 cents through June 1st.  Click on any book  for the pricing and shipping information.  Contact me direct if you would like a signed/inscribed copy.  We also use paypal if you prefer . . .  Thanks, Bert



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Check out our 2018 catalogue

The Drift is the first in the Jack Bannister mystery series. It is a contemporary crime story combined with an historical lost gold mine mystery, all taking place in the Cripple Creek gold mining district. There are bad guys, good guys and a lost treasure, as well as plenty of action and great characters.

Uranium Drive-In is the second in the Jack Bannister series and takes place in the uranium country of Western Colorado and throughout the state. The team takes on a case of an attempted assassination of a presidential candidate and uncovers long dormant family secrets that shakes the family to its core.  

TheTaylor Legacy is a multi-generational historical novel about immigrant families blending together to become a great American ranching family in the mountains of Colorado. It is the story of how the Taylor family from Uranium Drive-In, came to be a ranching powerhouse. It has escaped slaves and confederate soldiers as well as Chinese and Mexican ancestors, and starts before the Civil War. 

New Mexicois our newest release. A traditional period western with a man-hunting sheriff and a bunch of outlaws working some of the roughest country in the West. The lead character, Jose Taylor, is drawn from a character in The Taylor Legacy, and follows his career as a man-hunter of some of the worst murderers, thieves and rustlers in the last decades of the 19th century. 

The Black Rose Banker, is a stand-alone mystery, but not part of the Jack Bannister series. It's a novella, about half the length of a novel. It's done in the style of a 1950s "cozy".  It's a story about a brilliant, beautiful female serial killer and the FBI agent obsessed with tracking her down.

Murder in the Dell, is also a stand-alone mystery. In the northwest corner of  Wisconsin, a serial killer is murdering people and discarding their bodies in the snowy winter woods wrapped in black construction plastic. The sheriff of the smallest, most remote department in the state is charged with catching the Black Plastic Killer.