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A new generation carries on the legacy of service in the latest Grey Man novella...


Marine Corporal Jace Cronin, a scout/sniper, survived insurgents in the Philippines, only to be handed an even greater challenge: the Naval Academy. He won't be headed in alone, though. Esme Carter got her own slot and is ready to go head to head with him over who's the best. They've got their eyes on lieutenant's bars and pilot slots, and woe betide anyone who gets in the way! 

After too much action, too much peace gets on a man's nerves. John Cronin's back from Vietnam and bored, when Billy Moore suggests he check out the brand new Drug Enforcement Agency. He'd expected paperwork and meetings; he got on-the-job training in South America with stakeouts gone wrong and ambushes exploding into firefights.


This isn't Cronin's first rodeo, and now he's taking the fight to the cartels, from the laboratories hidden deep in the highland jungles to the enforcers in the cities and secure compounds! 

Rio Bell is leading a cattle drive up the Goodnight Loving Trail to Fort Laramie. It's his first time as trail boss, but with trusted hands and hard work, he expects to be back in Texas by late September though fire, flood, or rustlers bar the way!

He didn't count on a range war.

They didn't account for the Rio Kid...

And he sure as hell didn't count on the girl showing up! 

Back in Texas he might be The Rio Kid, but at the other end of a long cattle drive in Fort Collins, Rio Bell is now struggling through his first year as a Colorado rancher. With his new wife, old hands, and a few mountain men, he's learning fast as they deal with winter weather and stubborn cattle.

The killing cold and deep snows bring all new challenges to calving and just getting in supplies, but tempers can run hot as ever. Not everybody wants to see him succeed... or even survive.

They're about to learn he's no greenhorn when it comes to taking care of business, regardless of what that particular business may be.