He's an outlaw. She's a woman on the run. Can they work together to rescue her brother and his motherless son from a band of marauders? It's a dangerous game they play, because their own secrets prevent them from trusting one another completely.
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These stories may or may not have a romantic subplot, but the main thrust will be a "who dunnit," or a woman-in-jeopardy, or solving the mystery, or trying to survive a running battle with the bad guys.  A good example is Alistair Maclean's "Breakheart Pass."

Vickie Britton and 
Loretta Jackson
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Dead Man's Hand and The Devil's Hangman  

J. P. S. Brown  website
Wolves at Our Door, The Forests of the Night

K Follis Cheatham website
Kansas Dreamer: Fury in Sumner County

John Duncklee website
Double Vengeance

Howard Hopkins 
w/a Lance Howard

website

Rosalie More website
Honor Among Thieves  (ebook) 

Chap O'Keefe website

George Wilhite website
Texas Rodeo Murder  
                 

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