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Arty’s Tough Trail (The Adventures Of Arty Anderson Book 6) by Mark L. Redmond

Book 6 of 6: The Adventures of Arty Anderson

Life moves on at an exciting pace for Arty Anderson! He now faces the opportunity of a lifetime: helping take a herd of over a thousand head of Texas longhorns up the Chisholm Trail! Yes, sirree, it’s an authentic cattle drive from the Circle A Ranch in Texas to Dodge City, Kansas!

Along the trail, Arty and the other cowhands encounter such dangers as angry steers, quicksand, lightning storms, stampedes, rustlers and Indians. Over and over, Arty is reminded to trust in God for help and strength. Through it all, Arty’s faith in the Lord is strengthened as he finds opportunities to witness for Christ.

Product Details:
Book 6 of 6: The Adventures of Arty Anderson
Print Length: 103 Pages
Publisher: Sword Of The Lord (September 23, 2011)
ASIN: B00633YI2O
Publication Date: September 23, 2011
Language: English
Global Library: Westerns, Christian Books & Bible, Literature & Fiction, Religious & Inspirational Fiction, Historical Fiction
Age: Middle Grade Fiction

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Arty And The Cattle Rustlers (The Adventures Of Arty Anderson Book 5) by Mark L. Redmond

Book 5 of 6: The Adventures of Arty Anderson

In previous volumes, Arty Anderson, a teenage cowboy, has survived scrapes with a cougar and a flash flood, but this time he’s up against a classic western villain–cattle rustlers! Long-time enemy, Jeff Chastain, is back with a gang of outlaws who have escaped from prison. When they learn that a posse is organizing to come after them, Chastain plans a diversion that could spell disaster for the Circle A ranch. Ride along as Arty, Marshal Bodie and the ranch hands get help from Little Hawk, the Indian boy who lives at the ranch, as they chase down the bad guys and have a showdown before they can reach Mexico.

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Book 5 of 6: The Adventures of Arty Anderson
Publisher: Sword Of The Lord Publisher’s; First Edition (January 1, 2005)
Publication Date: June 7, 2021ASIN: B096TGGC3H
Print Length: 71 Pages
Language: English
Global Library: Westerns, Christian Books & Bible, Literature & Fiction, Religious & Inspirational Fiction, Historical Fiction
Age: Middle Grade Fiction

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Arty’s Long Day (The Adventures of Arty Anderson Book 4) by Mark L. Redmond

Book 4 of 6: The Adventures of Arty Anderson

When Arty and three of his friends plan a picnic in a section of the Circle A they haven’t explored yet, they intend to have a day filled with adventure and fun. Their plans don’t include getting caught in a sudden storm that causes a flash flood. Because he is more experienced than his friends, Arty feels responsible for keeping them safe. How will he protect them when his own life is threatened? Get ready for a wild ride!

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Book 4 of 6: The Adventures of Arty Anderson
Print Length: 58 Pages
ASIN: B095G486HQ
Publication Date: May 18, 2021
Language: English
Global Library: Westerns, Christian Books & Bible, Literature & Fiction, Religious & Inspirational Fiction, Historical Fiction
Age: Middle Grade Fiction

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Arty And The Texas Ranger (The Adventures Of Arty Anderson Book 3) by Mark L. Redmond

Book 3 of 6: The Adventures of Arty Anderson

Fourteen-year-old Arty and his friend Jasper, discover a man’s body with a Texas Ranger badge and a wanted poster in his pocket. All their skills are tested as they gather clues, leading them to a late-night adventure, unexpected suspect and face-to-face meeting.

Product Details:
Book 3 of 6: The Adventures of Arty Anderson
Paperback: 120 Pages
Publisher: Sword Of The Lord Publishers; First Edition (January 1, 2002)Language: English
Global Library: Westerns, Christian Books & Bible, Literature & Fiction, Religious & Inspirational Fiction, Historical Fiction
Age: Middle Grade Fiction

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Arty And The Hunt For Phantom (Adventures Of Arty Anderson Book 2) by Mark L. Redmond

Book 2 of 6: The Adventures of Arty Anderson

No longer a tenderfoot, 13-year-old Arty Anderson has become “Arty the Kid”— a tough Texas cowhand, complete with gun and holster, but he has yet to learn some of the unwritten rules of the Old West. Arty’s exciting adventures continue as he stalks “Old Phantom”. If you like a challenge, then step into the saddle and join Arty on his hunt for “Phantom”–but I warn you–stay out of sight!

Product Details:
Book 2 of 6: The Adventures of Arty Anderson
Publisher: Sword Of The Lord (January 1, 2002)Language: English
Global Library: Westerns, Christian Books & Bible, Literature & Fiction, Religious & Inspirational Fiction, Historical Fiction
Age: Middle Grade Fiction

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Arty Goes West (The Adventures Of Arty Anderson Book 1) Mark L. Redmond

Book 1 of 6: The Adventures of Arty Anderson

Saddle up, pardner, and hang on! Arty Anderson is about to take you on a rip-roarin’ ride through the Old West. Arty’s adventure begins when he and his ma head west to live on a ranch left to them by Arty’s pa. Arty’s first stagecoach ride introduces him to some real “owlhoots,”; who just can’t leave the tenderfoots alone; and being a twelve-year-old, Arty just naturally gets himself into all kinds of trouble with them, beginning with Mr. Chastain. If you like adventure, excitement and fun, then hurry up and get your ticket. The stagecoach is about to leave for the Circle A. “All aboard!”

Product Details:
Book 1 of 6: The Adventures of Arty Anderson
Print Length: 65 Pages
Publisher: Sword of The Lord; 1st Edition (January 1, 1999)
ASIN: B08ZLCXH39
Publication Date: March 19, 2021
Language: English
Global Library: Westerns, Christian Books & Bible, Literature & Fiction, Religious & Inspirational Fiction, Historical Fiction
Age: Middle Grade Fiction

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Last Two Books Are Stories for Grownups

Bounty Hunter Nate Landry: Major Issues by Mark L. Redmond

Book 1 of 2: Bounty Hunter Nate Landry

The stereotypical bounty hunter in tales of the old West is an unprincipled, dirty, back-shooter, who is only motivated by the reward money he collects. Nate Landry and his best friend Wolf are a different breed of bounty hunter. They witnessed too much killing during the Civil War; consequently, they try to subdue the outlaws they’re after by using their brains instead of their bullets. But when Anna Thomas asks Nate to rescue her kidnapped son and see that the kidnappers are punished, he and Wolf find themselves chasing an enemy from their past. This man is so evil that killing him may be their only option–if he doesn’t kill them first. If you like adventure, humor, and the old West, saddle up and get ready to ride!

5 Star Review-Headline: The Language Of A Six-Shooter!

Author Mark L. Redmond is a western action-adventure writer, who takes his readers back to the old wild west in 1877, where campfire coffee is strong and everyone knows the language of a six-shooter.

…..Chapter One of Bounty Hunter Nate Landry: Major Issues opens in Florence, Arizona, when Bounty Hunter Nate Landry returns home to find Anna Thomas waiting in his cabin with her pistol aimed straight at him. Anna is a mother on a mission to recover her kidnapped son Daniel.

…..The adventure unfolds as Nate and his trusted companion Wolf, accompanied by Anna, begin their search for Daniel Thomas.

…..Here is a quote from Chapter Six, as Nate, Wolf, and Anna go in search of bad man Major Campbell.

…..We rode in silence for nearly an hour, letting the horses run awhile in the coolness of the morning. I was praying and watching. One of the things that made Campbell so dangerous was the fact that he was unpredictable. He had often succeeded in defeating the rebs by making moves that no other officer would have considered. He had never cared about sacrificing the lives of his men. Most of the time, the insanity of his tactics had protected his soldiers. He had favored the element of surprise, and he had known how to make it work in his favor. I reckoned Campbell hadn’t changed.

…..I considered the matter of what to tell Anna about Campbell and how we had met David. We had no idea of what she already knew about this devil who had murdered her husband and stolen her son. And then she told us. “We named him after you,” Anna said.

…..I looked at her, but she stared straight ahead. “Daniel Nathan Thomas,” she said. “David wanted to name our son after you. He said you and Wolf had saved his life. He was wounded and came home a year before the war ended.

…..He told me about what happened to the other men who were captured with him. He always believed that God had spared him so that he could take care of me—”

…..Anna began to cry softly.

…..“I’d like to kill Campbell very slowly,” Wolf said.

…..“I reckon he’d do the same to us if he got the chance,” I said.

…..“If and when he finds out who we are,” Wolf said, “he’ll come after us. We have the edge right now because we know who he is. All he knows about us is that we’re two riders escorting Mrs. Thomas.”

If you need a change of pace, miss the old, wholesome western stories, and appreciate mid-western Christian values, Bounty Hunter Nate Landry: Major Issues should be your next read. Author Mark L. Redmond has two western books for “grownups” and six westerns in his Adventures of Arty Anderson series, geared for middle grade readers.

Review by Theodocia McLean (Book Marketing Global Network).

Product Details:
Book 1 of 2: Bounty Hunter Nate Landry
Print Length: 84 Pages
ASIN: B089P3428F
ASIN: B08GB7MLLC
Publication Date: June 4, 2020
Publisher: Independently Published (August 19, 2020)
Language: English
Global Library:Westerns, Action & Adventure Fiction

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Bounty Hunter Nate Landry: Family Fury (Book Two) by Mark L. Redmond

In the second book of the series, Nate Landry and his pardner Wolf plan to track down and capture Luke Womack. The job should be a relatively easy one. However, when Luke’s four outlaw brothers find out that he’s been captured and ride to Wickenburg to rescue him, Nate and Wolf will encounter a load of family fury. Saddle up, and ride into another adventure with them!

5 Star Review-Headline: Angry Hornets or Five Womacks?

Author Mark L. Redmond uses his great sense of humor to open book two in his ‘Bounty Hunter Nate Landry’ series.

This is Wild West storytelling at its best, with high-action drama that will draw you back into 1877, where the Arizona Territory comes to life with three bank robberies. four stagecoach robberies, and a murder.

In ‘Bounty Hunter Nate Landry: Family Fury (Book Two); Nate and Wolf (his trusted companion) study and discuss a reward poster over coffee, after eating a hearty breakfast. The two men ponder the reward money offered for Luke Womack and his sidekicks. What they need is a plan.

Let me bring you into the story at Chapter 7:

…..One of the things Wolf and I had learned while we were soldiers was the value of surprising the enemy. Often we had defeated forces that were superior to ours in both number and skill because we had caught them off guard. Catching the Womacks off guard wouldn’t guarantee that Wolf and I could beat them, but we reckoned it would give us an edge.

…..We were leaning against the hitching rail in front of the mercantile, enjoying the warmth of the mid-morning sun and smoking cigars. We were also making plans.

…..“The Womacks will expect us to be waiting for them here in town,” I said.

…..“Because they don’t know us?” Wolf asked.

…..“Exactly,” I said.

…..“They’ll also be looking for two men,” Wolf said. He tapped the ash from the end of his cigar. “So, we’re going to split up?”

…..“And watch the trail from both sides of town,” I said. I exhaled smoke, smiled, and touched the brim of my hat as two ladies crossed from the other side of the street to enter the mercantile.

…..“We’ll be close enough that whoever sees a Womack first should be able to signal the other,” Wolf said. He took a long draw on his cigar, leaned his head back, and blew the smoke into the air. “With one of us in sight and the other hidden, I reckon we’ll still have an edge.”

Putting the plan into action, they pack their supplies and saddle their horses with confidence. The plan sounds easy enough, but the adventure has just begun. This story takes place where the west is wild, outlaws terrorize small towns, and the brave bounty men ride in pursuit of justice.

The ‘Bounty Hunter Nate Landry’ series is comprised of stand-alone books, geared for YA and Adults. Author Mark L. Redmond has also produced a western adventure series for middle school readers, titled ‘The Adventures Of Arty Anderson’. Mark taught high school English for 28 years in South Bend, Indiana. He is a member of Western Writers of America, Western Fictioneers, SCBWI, ACFW, and the Single Action Shooting Society. He has been studying the West through reading and travel for most of his life (and he’s an old timer, born in 1953). Mark and his wife Susie live in Arizona, where Mark has turned his attention full-time to writing more old western tales. I am looking forward to book three in the ‘Bounty Hunter Nate Laundry’ series.

Review by Theodocia McLean (Book Marketing Global Network).

Product Details:
Book 2 of 2: Bounty Hunter Nate Landry
Paperback: ‎129 Pages
Publisher: ‎Independently published (February 5, 2021)
Language: ‎English
Language: English
Global Library:Westerns, Action & Adventure Fiction

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Five For The Trail by Mark L. Redmond

For nearly twenty years, Mark L. Redmond had been telling stories about the old West to young readers. Finally, he’s turning his attention to “big kids” Here’s a collection of some of his best stories, including three that were unpublished until now. Redmond’s stories are not typical tales of shootouts and quick draws. In his unique way, he has created some delightful characters who choose to outsmart their opponents instead of out-shooting them.

Redmond is the author of the six-book middle grade series, The Adventures of Arty Anderson (Sword of the Lord Publishers, Murfreesboro, Tennessee). His story “The Spittoon” was a finalist in the 2010 Moonlight Mesa competition; “The Switch” appeared in a storyteller’s edition of Grit magazine; and “The Reward” was published in Elbow Creek. Mark and his wife Susie are work-campers. They live in a motor home and work in camp resort parks from Indiana to Arizona. Together they have six children and nine grandchildren.

Product Details:
Print Length: 83 Pages
Publisher: WestBowPress; Illustrated Edition (July 7, 2014)
Language: English
ASIN: B08B7TV3G3
Publication Date: June 14, 2020
Language: English
Global Library: Historical Fiction/Western, Short Stories
Age: Stories for Grownups

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About Mark L. Redmond: Mark L. Redmond taught high school English for 28 years in South Bend, Indiana. He has published over 25 short stories and articles, a six-book middle grade fiction series (The Adventures of Arty Anderson), a collection of short stories (Five for the Trail), and two western novels for more mature readers (Bounty Hunter Nate Landry: Major Issues and Bounty Hunter Nate Landry: Family Fury). Redmond and his wife Susie were work-campers, who lived in their motor home for eight years and enjoyed exploring the West.

A member of Western Writers of America, Western Fictioneers, SCBWI, ACFW, and the Single Action Shooting Society, Redmond has been studying the West through reading and travel for most of his life (and he’s an old timer, born in 1953!). Mark and Susie now live in Arizona, where Mark continues to write.

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