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Writing in the style of Louis L'Amour, Zane Grey, Larry McMurtry and William W. Johnstone, Best-Selling Western Author John Spiars, author of The Heck Carson Series, returns with Last Stand at Paradise Ridge, the sixth and final volume in the series Heck Carson and his men have finally found the peace and prosperity that they have worked so long to achieve. After surviving Writing in the style of Louis L'Amour, Zane Grey, Larry McMurtry and William W. Johnstone, Best-Selling Western Author John Spiars, author of The Heck Carson Series, returns with Last Stand at Paradise Ridge, the sixth and final volume in the series Heck Carson and his men have finally found the peace and prosperity that they have worked so long to achieve. After surviving the Range War with Mason Lorde, the Carson family, with the help of August Wells, Jim King, and their other hands, have built Paradise Ridge into the second largest cattle outfit in North Texas. Mason Lorde is a man long on memory and short on mercy when it comes to his enemies. He has no intention of sharing the territory with Heck Carson, so he hires a pack of vicious killers to rid himself of Carson once and for all. Lorde is no longer satisfied with running Carson out of the territory, now nothing short of seeing every man, woman and child on Paradise Ridge dead will do. Once more, Heck Carson and his men are forced to strap on their guns for an epic final showdown with the murderous cattle baron and his hired guns. When the smoke clears, the one left standing will be the king of North Texas cattle. Last Stand at Paradise Ridge, the sixth and final volume in the Heck Carson series, brings the Old West alive with thrilling gunfights and edge of your seat excitement. Fans of this series will not be disappointed as Heck Carson is pushed to far to protect what’s his and is forced to defend it at all costs, and in the process, etches his name into Texas Ranger history. EXCERPTS: “Stop!” he yelled to the man at the door, but it was too late. The cowboy stepped onto the front porch and right into a torrent of bullets, which tore through his body and knocked him to the floor. Heck held his men back, as several front windows were broken from the inside, followed by shots being fired from the holes in the broken glass. “I reckon that means you have another plan for killing Heck Carson?” Removing his frock coat and placing it over his saddle, Heck adjusted his gun belt and quickly checked the action on his Peacemaker. He hoped it wouldn’t be necessary, but he was in no mood to take chances. “If we run now, we’ll spend the rest of our lives running. I’ve seen it to many times, and it always ends the same. I won’t do that to us.” “I reckon I’ll be judged for my deeds one day, but for now, I’m gonna do what I have to. Let’s get to it,” Heck said, stepping into the cold. They were a motley assortment of men, but they had one thing in common, human life held little to no value for them, and they would kill anyone they had to. Even among gunslingers, killing women and children was held in very low regard, but by their mere presence on the Lorde Ranch, everyone in the room had said they would do so without question The men on horseback didn’t say a word before opening fire on both deputies, and as bullets flew from the barrels of all six pistols, glass and wood exploded in every direction. The deputy in front of the saloon was killed instantly as hot lead tore his body to pieces. Red was sipping his coffee and going over the take from the previous night when the bat-wing doors swung open, and without even looking up, he knew that trouble was walking into his place. “I don’t know what the future holds for that boy, Jeff, but it ain’t gonna be dying from the likes of Mason Lorde. There’s too much blood on my hands already.” “That’s the difference between you and me, Carson. I don’t have to do my own work, but don’t you worry, I’ll enjoy watching you die just the same.


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Writing in the style of Louis L'Amour, Zane Grey, Larry McMurtry and William W. Johnstone, Best-Selling Western Author John Spiars, author of The Heck Carson Series, returns with Last Stand at Paradise Ridge, the sixth and final volume in the series Heck Carson and his men have finally found the peace and prosperity that they have worked so long to achieve. After surviving Writing in the style of Louis L'Amour, Zane Grey, Larry McMurtry and William W. Johnstone, Best-Selling Western Author John Spiars, author of The Heck Carson Series, returns with Last Stand at Paradise Ridge, the sixth and final volume in the series Heck Carson and his men have finally found the peace and prosperity that they have worked so long to achieve. After surviving the Range War with Mason Lorde, the Carson family, with the help of August Wells, Jim King, and their other hands, have built Paradise Ridge into the second largest cattle outfit in North Texas. Mason Lorde is a man long on memory and short on mercy when it comes to his enemies. He has no intention of sharing the territory with Heck Carson, so he hires a pack of vicious killers to rid himself of Carson once and for all. Lorde is no longer satisfied with running Carson out of the territory, now nothing short of seeing every man, woman and child on Paradise Ridge dead will do. Once more, Heck Carson and his men are forced to strap on their guns for an epic final showdown with the murderous cattle baron and his hired guns. When the smoke clears, the one left standing will be the king of North Texas cattle. Last Stand at Paradise Ridge, the sixth and final volume in the Heck Carson series, brings the Old West alive with thrilling gunfights and edge of your seat excitement. Fans of this series will not be disappointed as Heck Carson is pushed to far to protect what’s his and is forced to defend it at all costs, and in the process, etches his name into Texas Ranger history. EXCERPTS: “Stop!” he yelled to the man at the door, but it was too late. The cowboy stepped onto the front porch and right into a torrent of bullets, which tore through his body and knocked him to the floor. Heck held his men back, as several front windows were broken from the inside, followed by shots being fired from the holes in the broken glass. “I reckon that means you have another plan for killing Heck Carson?” Removing his frock coat and placing it over his saddle, Heck adjusted his gun belt and quickly checked the action on his Peacemaker. He hoped it wouldn’t be necessary, but he was in no mood to take chances. “If we run now, we’ll spend the rest of our lives running. I’ve seen it to many times, and it always ends the same. I won’t do that to us.” “I reckon I’ll be judged for my deeds one day, but for now, I’m gonna do what I have to. Let’s get to it,” Heck said, stepping into the cold. They were a motley assortment of men, but they had one thing in common, human life held little to no value for them, and they would kill anyone they had to. Even among gunslingers, killing women and children was held in very low regard, but by their mere presence on the Lorde Ranch, everyone in the room had said they would do so without question The men on horseback didn’t say a word before opening fire on both deputies, and as bullets flew from the barrels of all six pistols, glass and wood exploded in every direction. The deputy in front of the saloon was killed instantly as hot lead tore his body to pieces. Red was sipping his coffee and going over the take from the previous night when the bat-wing doors swung open, and without even looking up, he knew that trouble was walking into his place. “I don’t know what the future holds for that boy, Jeff, but it ain’t gonna be dying from the likes of Mason Lorde. There’s too much blood on my hands already.” “That’s the difference between you and me, Carson. I don’t have to do my own work, but don’t you worry, I’ll enjoy watching you die just the same.

47 review for Last Stand at Paradise Ridge: Heck Carson Series: Volume 6

  1. 5 out of 5

    Robert stevenson

    I read approx 60 books a year. Not very often I rate a book with four stars. I find a lot of writers are trying to get to the 200 page threshold by adding to much spam and then abruptly ending the book. Mr. Spiars you did an excellent job, I could not put the Book down. You did your research and put the big puzzle together. I have since read all your Heck Carson books and am looking forward to your next book.

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