DAVY CROCKETT by David Robbins writing as David Thompson
7: TEXICAN TEROR
When Davy Crockett and his old friend Flavius led a small party of settlers into San Antonio, all he expected was a sleepy Texican town. He didn't realize San Antonio lived in terror of the vicious freebooters who pillaged the countryside and laughed even at the Spanish army. But when the bandits kidnapped one of Davy's party, they may have taken on more than they could handle.
Published September 01, 2017Recommended Price: $1.99/ £1.25
6: COMANCHE COUNTRY
Davy Crockett was born to explore the wide-open county of the untamed wilderness. His unmatched skills and his need for adventure combined to make him a frontiersman like no other. And no other pioneer could have hoped to survive the dangers that Davy faced when he and his old friend Flavius tried to cross the vast Western prairies. A roaring wildfire and a rampaging buffalo stampede were excitement enough for Flavius but Davy knew their troubles were just beginning when they came face-to-face with the rulers of the prairies … the dreaded Comanches!
Published March 01, 2017Recommended Price: $1.99/ £1.25
5: BLOOD RAGE
No pioneer knew the wilderness like the legendary Davy Crockett. His curiosity and wanderlust always kept him exploring, seeking new lands and new adventure. But sometimes his curiosity led Davy and his old friend Flavius into more trouble than they expected. When Davy saw the tracks of a solitary wagon heading off into the uncharted plains, he just had to follow them to make sure the travelers knew what they were in for. But the brave frontiersman didn't know that the trail would lead him straight into a battle with savage Pawnee warriors out for blood.
Published October 01, 2016Recommended Price: $1.99/ £1.25
4: MISSISSIPPI MAYHEM
Davy Crockett lived for adventure and just had to see what lay over the next mountain. His wanderlust surely kept life interesting for the intrepid pioneer and his old friend Flavius...but sometimes it got a little too interesting. Like when Davy and Flavius decided to take a canoe down the Mississippi. It had seemed a simple enough idea at the time, but Davy hadn't counted on running into hardcases out to grab everything he had—or hostile Indians who wanted his scalp. And that all seemed like a stroll in the woods compared to what was waiting for him up ahead—an old Indian myth that was all too real as far as Davy was concerned.
Published July 01, 2016Recommended Price: $1.99/ £1.32
3: BLOOD HUNT
With only his oldest friend and his trusty long rifle for company, Davy Crockett explored the wild frontier, looking for adventure ... and finding it. The courageous pioneer had the strength and cunning to get out of any scrape and face any enemy, no matter where his gallivanting might take him. But even he might have met his match when he got caught between two warring tribes on one side and a dangerous band of white men on the other–all of them willing to die–and kill–for a captive woman. It was up to Crockett to save the woman, his friend, and his own hide if he wanted to live to explore another day.
Published April 01, 2016Recommended Price: $1.99/ £1.32
2: SIOUX SLAUGHTER
With the strength of a mountain lion and a wanderlust just as powerful, Davy Crockett always had to know what lay over the next hill. With only his long rifle for protection and his old friend, Flavius Harris, for company, the pioneer set out, determined to see the legendary splendor of the Great Plains. But that may have been one gallivant too many. The intrepid frontiersman barely survived a mammoth buffalo stampede with his hide and coonskin cap intact. And that was nothing compared to the fate in store for Crockett when he was ambushed by a band of Sioux warriors with blood in their eyes!
Published January 01, 2016Recommended Price: $1.99/ £1.32
Cunning like the fox, mighty like the grizzly, Davy Crockett lived for adventure. With a faithful friend at his side and a trusty long rifle in his hand, the fearless frontiersman set out for the Great Lakes territories. But the region surrounding the majestic inland seas was full of Indians both peaceful and bloodthirsty. And when the brave pioneer saved a Chippewa maiden from warriors of a rival tribe, his travels became a deadly struggle to save his scalp. If Crockett couldn't defeat his fierce foes, the only remains he would leave behind would be his legend and his coonskin cap.
Published August 01, 2015Recommended Price: $1.99/ £1.32