Things are looking pretty bleak for Ace Lone Wolf, a half-Apache gunslinger with a quick draw and a penchant for trouble.
Ace is about to get himself hanged for a murder he didn’t commit when Victoria, a beautiful English noblewoman, and her hulking manservant Block break him out of jail. Victoria’s father, a famed archaeologist from London, has disappeared while on his latest expedition. She needs Ace’s help to find him.
There’s just one little problem. Victoria’s father disappeared while searching for the lost temple of the bloodthirsty Aztec god Xipe Totec. Like everyone else, Ace knows about the lost temple of Totec.
He also knows that everyone who goes searching for it ends up dead.
Staked out on an anthill and left to die in the Mexico desert isn’t a great way to start the day.
But for Ace Lone Wolf, a half-Apache gunslinger with a quick draw and a talent for getting himself into hot water, it’s pretty much business as usual.
Broke again, Ace takes a job riding shotgun on a wagon delivering supplies to Dace Jackson, the richest cattle baron in the Arizona Territory. It’s just a job until Ace learns that the ruthless Jackson is trying to steal an entire town. Then it becomes personal. Especially once he meets Annie, a beautiful young woman with green eyes a man could drown in.
But what can one man do against an army of hired gunmen? It won’t be enough to be fast with a gun. He’ll need smarts too. And a whole lot of luck.
Part Indiana Jones, part Magnificent Seven, the One-Eyed Mule Skinner is a fast-paced, action-packed adventure that mixes drama and humor with an unforgettable cast of quirky characters.
Ace knows chasing lost treasure never leads to anything but misery. Yet somehow he lets himself get talked into helping an old mountain man search for a wrecked Spanish galleon that legend has it is carrying a fortune in black pearls.
Before he knows it, Ace is up to his neck in trouble once again. The notorious outlaws Frank and Jesse James want his head. The US Cavalry is hot on his trail. A murderous doctor wants his scalp for his collection. Some days it feels like everyone is shooting at him.But none of those problems compare to what he finds once he actually makes it to the treasure ship and finds out what is guarding it…
Part Indiana Jones, part Pirates of the Caribbean, The Black Pearl Treasure is a fast-paced, action-packed adventure with humor and drama enough to please readers of all ages, from young adults on up.
Needing a respite after barely surviving the Spanish ghost ship, Ace heads back to the hidden fortress in the Sierra Madre Mountains where he grew up. Little does he know that a war is about to break out, a war that threatens the very existence of his clan.
Two Mexican governors have joined together in rebellion against the government. They have the soldiers. They have the money. They just need to rid themselves of a pesky band of Apaches.
Teaming up with Tom Jeffords, the former Indian agent who was blood brother to Chief Cochise, Ace has to find a way for his people to survive. Even if it means allying with the hated Yaqui tribe.
“It’s like Raiders of the Lost Ark meets Romancing the Stone…”
Ace is up to his neck in trouble once again.
When Ace Lone Wolf receives a mysterious treasure map in the mail, he gets a bad feeling that trouble will follow. Sure enough, desperate men soon come after the map.
Then Ace gets a telegram from his estranged father in Peru. Jack’s in danger and he needs Ace to come to Peru and help him out. And don’t forget the map.
Ace knows it’s a mistake. His father is a gambler and a cheat. The last thing Ace wants to do is get caught up in his latest scheme.
But it’s his father…
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