Trouble in Texas
John Whyte, the estranged, youngest brother of the Duke of Bransworth, and late Colonel of the Ist Brigade, Michigan Volunteer Cavalry during the Civil War, is at loose ends. The war has ended and he has tragically lost his fiancée to a needless attack by a wayward confederate soldier. He decides to visit to his friend, General Phil Sheridan in Chicago, where the Civil War hero has been assigned as Commander of the Western Territories.
Sheridan suggests that John look at opportunities with the newly organized Pinkerton Detective agency founded by Allen Pinkerton, a man John had worked with early In the war at the request of President Lincoln. John agrees and listens to Pinkerton's offer of a position in St Louis as a special agent for the detective agency, accepting only the most demanding and interesting cases, so John may also develop a home in the area.
Stagecoach Graveyard (Wheeler Western)
Bounty hunter Marty Keller doesn't expect his job to be easy, but he does expect to get paid. Stagecoach company owner Malcolm O'Brian puts a price on the head of a robber, but it's money he hasn't got. After Keller dodges bullets to bring in the wanted man, he's more than a little curious about how O'Brian plans to pay. O'Brian promises double if Keller can rid him of the threat to his stagecoach line for good. Now Keller is riding with hot lead and cold death.
John Whyte, Pinkerton detective, war hero, and banished son of an English Earl, undertakes the difficult assignment of discovering who is responsible for a series of deadly gold shipment robberies. Along with his faithful servant and companion, Kahm Singh, a retired Sikh warrior, and assisted by Curly Bill Williams, a happy-go-lucky Texan, John travels to Denver in the company of Rafe Wallace, the man who hired the Pinkerton's in a desperate attempt to save his gold operations from the vicious gang of cutthroats who seem to know his every plan...
Her Majesty's Yankee
This is the prequel to PINKERTON'S GOLD, and is the first book in the series featuring the American West adventures of John Whyte, an ex-officer from the British Army. John arrives in America just in time for the Civil War and joins the Union side working directly for Abe Lincoln. His first assignment is with Alan Pinkerton who is trying to breakup a Confederate spy ring in the north. Lincoln is so impressed with John that he sends him out to work with General Grant and report to Lincoln whether the bad press Grant has been getting as a drunk and a butcher is justified.