A frontier world. One sheriff. And all the action one spaceport can't hold. Darklanding is the wild, wild west of known space. Sheriff Thaddeus Fry will never completely leave the battlefields of Centauri Prime. His assignment as the sheriff of Darklanding could be a do-nothing job, or it could get him killed.
Book 01 - Faced with a dangerous collapse that could kill hundreds of workers, the new sheriff leaps into action and gets the story of Darklanding started.
Book 02 - There’s unrest among the miners. Desperation sets in for the Company Man. One wrong decision will destroy her career. The sheriff doesn’t care about any of that. There are strangers in town. One or all of them may be enemies. And how does a mysterious runaway fit into the picture?
Book 03 - Unrefined ore is moved by a state-of-the-art monorail from the mines to the spaceport. It’s never gone off the tracks. Until now. What kind of crew is crazy enough to mess with SagCon’s investments?
Fans of Firefly, Bonanza, and Tombstone will love this new series.
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A short installment, but a lot of fun. This all takes place on a planet, and it's all about the mines, or the resources that are needed for the rest of the galaxy, and a sheriff who's in charge of keeping the peace on the planet, with the humans, and with the aliens.
Another great installment, though again, a shorter book. It's still a lot of fun, and you get to see some classic shootout western action as we have the sheriff versus bandits. And don't forget the alien deputy!
Now you have the sheriff chasing outlaws, in another classic Space-Western. Another short one, but still lots of fun. And this time, you have the sheriffs sidekick, his alien pet, a pig-dog at his side to save the day. You can really tell how Mr. Martelle loves his pets, as they shine through nearly ever piece of his writing.
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Short. A small part of a real book.
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