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Publication Order of Mountain Jack Pike Books

Mountain Jack Pike (1988)Description / Buy at Amazon
Rocky Mountain Kill (1989)Description / Buy at Amazon
Comanche Come-On (1989)Description / Buy at Amazon
Crow Bait (1989)Description / Buy at Amazon
Green River Hunt (1990)Description / Buy at Amazon
St. Louis Fire (1990)Description / Buy at Amazon
Hard for Justice (1991)Description / Buy at Amazon
Big Gun Bushwhacker (1991)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Russian Bear (1991)Description / Buy at Amazon
Bulls Eye Blood (1992)Description / Buy at Amazon
Deep Canyon Kill (1992)Description / Buy at Amazon
Fire in the Hole (1993)Description / Buy at Amazon
High Country Climax (1993)Description / Buy at Amazon
Trail Heat (1993)Description / Buy at Amazon
Rough Trade (1993)Description / Buy at Amazon

Mountain Jack Pyke Series

Mountain Jack Pyke is a series of westerns by bestselling American author of mystery, historical fiction and western books Robert J. Randisi under the pen name Joseph Meek. Jack Pyke is the main character in the series is one of the last breeds of mountain men. He is tall, sexy, fierce and rough as the Rockies that bred him. Women love him for he is handsome and men fear him because of his physical stature. He instills justice and doesn’t follow the law.

Mountain Jack Pike

Mike Jack Pike, the first book in the series, introduces the reader Jack Pike. Rough life gives birth to tough men, and these men don’t get any tougher than Jack Pike. A huge bodied man, Jack is the King of a fast diminishing breed of mountain men and one of the best beaver trappers in the Rocky Mountains.
Lusty, loud, randy and rough, he is the type of man who’s got all that’s required to survive in the wilderness and got the right tools to keep the ladies satisfied. During an annual event dubbed Rendezvous, Jack Pike faces head-on with an old adversary Dan Fitzsimmons nicknamed booshway to defend to restore the tainted honor of the buxom bride of a merchant participating in the event.

When the bride comes knocking at his tent to show Jack her appreciation, Pike finds himself digging deeper than he ever expected and soon the booshway is found dead with a knife on his back. With everyone else points fingers at him, Jack gets down to investigate on his own, clear his name and find the killer within. Before the annual celebration comes to an end, Jack will once again end up on top in different ways.

Rocky Mountain Kill

Rough and tough as the harsh mountains that brought him up when Jack Pike entered the city – sexy, smart and ready for some action all the men went out and all the women lined up. His nightly entertainment with locals, however, is suddenly interrupted by a dream as real as possible. He stood there, Jack Pike, with a furious and sticky grizzly bear right behind him and a bunch of Blackfoot killers in front. And when the tall mountain man of the mountain trembled with icy sweat, even the passionate attention of Liz Wilke’s beauty could not calm his restless mind.

Life in the city was not the life for a desert man, so Jack searched for the winter buffalo, and Wilkes hot widow came along with him to make a fire to keep their love fire burning. And there, in the snowy Rockies, his bad dreams came true in the worst case. But at the moment of pressure, neither the creature that ate the men nor the thirsty red skin of the scalp would prevent a hard man like Mountain Jack Pike from emerging the winner.

Comanche Come On

Jack Pike, a man of battle and fierce fighting, is the best beaver of the Rockies, one of the last in a race of good loving and honest mountain men.
When Kit Carson welcomes Jack Pike to a hunting party south of the Arkansas River, the sexy, tough and rough mountain man grabs the opportunity like a bull on a heifer. In the Comanche area, however, it gets a bit more complicated as an abandoned Indian housekeeper joins the party and sits back to satisfy her saviors, especially Pike. And Jack has his hands with the redhead beauty when new problems pop up, from a bunch of Comanche warriors starving for a white man’s scalp and a limping Mountain Wolf, who thirsts for anything. But it’s hard to pin a man down, and Jack Pike is ready to live up to the situation, and as always he rises to the occasion with his entire vital ready for war.

Crow Bait

Sexy, rough and smart Mountain Jack Pike is the best beaver hunter ever roamed the mountains.

Jack Pike, the bear of a giant man, has all the tools necessary to stay firm and fast in the barren and harsh desert that surrounds him. Mountain Jack, tall and brave as the mountains that taught him life has all the good women as he and his friend Skins spent a few days with Jim Bridger. Jack is part of a dying race of mountain men, and the ladies are determined to save this vanishing race. And Jack finds it hard to ignore all these snooping ladies attention.

When Jack and Skins head to the hills, Jack is as hard and rough as a blister on a cow’s back during the mating season. Otherwise, it would not have been so easy for these Crow Indians. Jack lures the raven as the Redskins try to lure Bridger into a trap. Crazier than a male Timbercat in a tree, Jack takes it personally. It’s hard to keep a man hard, and neither the raven nor a critter can stop Jack from getting out of the way with all his tools ready to wage war.

Green River Hunt

Jack Pike, a mountain boy, was the most robust and most strong person the Rocky Mountains ever saw. His straps and sandy hair made him what men and women feared.

After meeting McConnell’s in Bonneville and getting some sweet and tender night healing from nurse Jacoby, Pike learned that many local artisans were trying to steal from the Indians. Jack knew how much the Redskins could reach their lost horses, so he thought it would be better to take things with them by himself because he could not bear the idea that the Snake Indians would do to Bonneville for the thieving ways of a few individuals in the town.

Riding with his friend McConnell, the pair ventured out in search of justice, determined to make the wrong right and avoiding a possible full-scale war. Pike gets in deeper than he bargained, gets the job done and in no time pulls out to safety.

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