Fighting Santa Ana for the Lone Star State! The fantastic sequel to H. Bedford-Jones’s novel Bowie Knife. Gordon Durant had two missions in Texas—to carry a message to the defenders of the Alamo—and to kill his brother!
Bowie and the Alamo! “On to Texas!” was the cry along the open trail which led to silver mines, slaves, acres of free land—and war! Never before reprinted, it’s part of the Uniform H. Bedford-Jones Library.
Fighter, drinker, poet, rogue—all of these and more was Cyrano, who rode so gayly into the intrigue that was shaking Louis XIII’s kingdom of France. More than a year after the events narrated by H. Bedford-Jones in The King’s Passport, a now-rundown, ragged and drunken Cyrano stumbles upon another conspiracy in the Spring of 1642 which breathes new life into the former guardsman—as does the encounter with a red-headed woman. And so it’s time again for Hector Savinien de Cyrano de Bergerac to serve a lady, ride a road, pluck a lute and swing a sword….
Fate leads Denis Burke, buccaneer-turned Irish soldier-of-fortune, from the intrigues of the Sun King’s Court to the distant shores of the Caribbean. Dramatic sea battles with crashing broadsides, exciting swordfights with traitorous villains, the hunt for treasure ships and lovely ladies are just some of the ingredients of this classic pulp era swashbuckler series.
A strange and mysterious gem named the Sphinx Emerald leaves its trail through history: a witness to many historic events and crosses the paths of both simple folk and famous men such as Alexander the Great, Saladin, Richard the Lionheart, Leonardo da Vinci, Cardinal Richelieu—and, for good or bad, exerts its powerful influence….
For a second time H. Bedford-Jones picks up musketeer d’Artagnan, the well-known literary creation of 19th-century French writer Alexandre Dumas, Sr. In this swashbuckling drama—placed shortly after the events in Dumas’ The Three Musketeers—Bedford-Jones reunites the young Gascon with his old comrades-in-arms Athos, Porthos and Aramis to defend again the honor of the queen in an intrigue of Cardinal Richelieu and to secure the future of a child who will play an important role in Dumas’ own continuation The Vicomte of Bragelonne: Ten Years Later.
In this thrilling swashbuckler saga former Jacobite fugitive James O’Brien, buccaneer, with his ship and crew roams the seas from the Caribbean to the Barbary Coast in North Africa. Here the dauntless buccaneer captain sets his sharp rapier and his even sharper wits against the will of Mulai Ismael, the bloodthirsty ruler of Morocco, while the English fleet eagerly awaits his return.
In a cold November night of the year 1640 three young men coincidentally meet in a Parisian tavern—a musketeer of the king, a poem reciting guardsman and an escapee from the Bastille, the infamous prison of the French king. Soon these three men will be part of an intrigue of Cardinal Richelieu in his struggle for power. Around the mysterious past of the fugitive and a damsel in distress enfolds a swashbuckling adventure by the “King of the Pulps” H. Bedford-Jones, using two immortal heroes of 19th-century French literature, Alexandre Dumas’ musketeer d’Artagnan and Edmond Rostand’s large-nosed poet Cyrano de Bergerac.