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A father on trial for murder. A son whose world is falling apart. The No.1 New York Times bestselling final volume of the ground-breaking Natchez Burning Trilogy by Greg Iles. He'll risk everything for the darkest secrets in history Former prosecutor Penn Cage sees his world collapsing around him. The ...
Mississippi Blood (Penn Cage, Book 6)
A father on trial for murder. A son whose world is falling apart. The No.1 New York Times bestselling final volume of the ground-breaking Natchez Burning Trilogy by Greg Iles. He'll risk everything for the darkest secrets in history Former prosecutor Penn Cage sees his world collapsing around him. The woman he loves is gone and his father, Dr Tom Cage, is about to be tried for the murder of a former lover. The Double Eagle group, a savage splinter cell of the KKK, will stop at nothing to ensure that Tom either takes the fall for their past deeds, or takes his secrets to an early grave. Unable to trust anyone - not even his own mother - Penn battles to discover the secret history of both the Cage family and the South itself, risking the only thing he has left to gamble: his life.
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15.45 USD

Mississippi Blood (Penn Cage, Book 6)

by Greg Iles
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The Sackett Brothers didn't know what brand of trouble had Cousin Logan stirred up, but he needed beef cattle badly. So with Tell Sackett ramrodding, Tyrel, Orrin, and Cap Rountree ride north to the wild country--pushing 1100 head of fat steers across the wide Dakota plains toward the mountains of ...
Lonely On The Mount
The Sackett Brothers didn't know what brand of trouble had Cousin Logan stirred up, but he needed beef cattle badly. So with Tell Sackett ramrodding, Tyrel, Orrin, and Cap Rountree ride north to the wild country--pushing 1100 head of fat steers across the wide Dakota plains toward the mountains of far western Canada. Past Sioux, past Logan's treacherous enemies, through trails no cattle had ever crossed, the Sacketts drive on. Because when you step on the toes of one Sackett they all come running.One of the outstanding narratives of our time, the chronicle of the Sackett family is one of the great achievements of one of our finest storytellers. In Lonely on the Mountain, the solitary, wandering Sackett brothers make a stand together...to save one of their own.A Sackett's Word.The rare letters Tell Sackett received always had trouble inside. And the terse note from his cousin Logan was no exception. Logan faced starvation or a hanging if Tell couldn't drive a herd of cattle from Kansas to British Columbia before winter. To get to Logan, he must brave prairie fires, buffalo stampedes, and Sioux war parties.  But worse trouble waits, for a mysterious enemy shadows Sackett's every move across the Dakotas and the Canadian Rockies. Tell Sackett has never abandoned another Sackett in need. He will bring aid to Logan--or die trying.
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6.290000 USD

Lonely On The Mount

by Louis L'Amour
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Perdy desperately needs her daughter PETUNIA to pull a HEIST so she can get THEE OL' POSSE back together. The problem is, Petunia wants nothing to do with her MOTHER! Petunia can only hope to get rid of Perdy, before she finds out that she was the one responsible for ...
Perdy Volume 2
Perdy desperately needs her daughter PETUNIA to pull a HEIST so she can get THEE OL' POSSE back together. The problem is, Petunia wants nothing to do with her MOTHER! Petunia can only hope to get rid of Perdy, before she finds out that she was the one responsible for putting her away in YUMA PRISON for 15 years. The proverbial HORSE MANURE hits the wagon wheels in this volume. There will be no turning back. SEX. LANGUAGE. AND ENOUGH VIOLENCE TO MAKE SAM PECKINPAH BLUSH!
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26.240000 USD

Perdy Volume 2

by Kickliy
Hardback
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Rupert Hughes's Souls for Sale was a wildly successful Hollywood novel of the 1920s, which Hughes himself adapted for the screen in 1923. In it, Remember Mem Steddon is forced to move west after becoming pregnant, and on the way becomes involved in a film production taking place in the ...
Souls for Sale
Rupert Hughes's Souls for Sale was a wildly successful Hollywood novel of the 1920s, which Hughes himself adapted for the screen in 1923. In it, Remember Mem Steddon is forced to move west after becoming pregnant, and on the way becomes involved in a film production taking place in the desert. She soon aspires to become a star, and of course, discovers that the road to stardom is rockier than expected.
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16.800000 USD

Souls for Sale

by Rupert Hughes
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Set during the Gold Rush, in a re-imagined American West, Lucy and Sam, twelve and eleven, are newly orphaned siblings. With their father's body on their backs, they roam an unforgiving landscape dotted with buffalo bones and tiger paw prints, searching for a place to give him a proper burial. ...
How Much of These Hills is Gold
Set during the Gold Rush, in a re-imagined American West, Lucy and Sam, twelve and eleven, are newly orphaned siblings. With their father's body on their backs, they roam an unforgiving landscape dotted with buffalo bones and tiger paw prints, searching for a place to give him a proper burial. The siblings must battle with their own memories, the illusion of the American Dream and each other. HOW MUCH OF THESE HILLS IS GOLD is an epic debut novel about family and the search for both a home and a fortune.
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22.89 USD

How Much of These Hills is Gold

by C. Pam Zhang
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Brockie Jack and Big Len Quinn rob a stage coach and make off with a heap of gold only to have it stolen from them hours later. Jack scorches a trail across Montana trying to recover his lost gold. Town Marshal Matt Buck goes toe to toe with him. In ...
Justice Was A Man
Brockie Jack and Big Len Quinn rob a stage coach and make off with a heap of gold only to have it stolen from them hours later. Jack scorches a trail across Montana trying to recover his lost gold. Town Marshal Matt Buck goes toe to toe with him. In this story of greed and treachery, Buck's world is turned upside down when Brockie snatches his son. Buck must find the gold and return it to Jack in exchange for his son's life.
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34.600000 USD

Justice Was A Man

by John McNally
Hardback
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When the power brokers - the elite of Ravine River County - are in accord there is a good sense of law, order and justice. But when they fall out, as have the owners of a proposed new railroad with those of a steamboat company in the 1880s, the local ...
The Elitists
When the power brokers - the elite of Ravine River County - are in accord there is a good sense of law, order and justice. But when they fall out, as have the owners of a proposed new railroad with those of a steamboat company in the 1880s, the local community risks being destroyed.
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34.600000 USD

The Elitists

by K. S. Stanley
Hardback
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Toussaint 'Toots' William McGee is riding the chuck-lined-trail along the foothills of the Rocky Mountains when a sudden wave of dizziness propels him from the saddle and into oblivion. When he wakes he is staring into the barrel of the rifle Sarah Baxter used to ambush him. She had mistaken ...
Toots McGee
Toussaint 'Toots' William McGee is riding the chuck-lined-trail along the foothills of the Rocky Mountains when a sudden wave of dizziness propels him from the saddle and into oblivion. When he wakes he is staring into the barrel of the rifle Sarah Baxter used to ambush him. She had mistaken his shaggy red hair and beard for those of Tom Danton, the man who had killed her family. Realizing her error she takes Toots home to recuperate where he learns of the family's plight and pledges his help. But Danton and his men are ruthless and Toots must fight dirty if he is to save the Baxter ranch and the lovely woman who shot him.
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26.02 USD

Toots McGee

by J W Throgmorton
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For the last three years Bearclaw Bat Madison has been seraching for his wife, after her abduction by Indians from their isolated cabin near Snowflake, Arizona, Bat keeps his ears to the ground for any mention of a captured white woman. His latest attempt to find his wife takes him ...
Navajo Sunrise
For the last three years Bearclaw Bat Madison has been seraching for his wife, after her abduction by Indians from their isolated cabin near Snowflake, Arizona, Bat keeps his ears to the ground for any mention of a captured white woman. His latest attempt to find his wife takes him into the Navajo homelands, but he soon discovers it is not his real wife who is the captive. And this lady has a substantial reward on her head, offered by her fiancee for her safe return. Running into an old buddy from the past spells trouble and when the guy realises who Bat is escorting, sparks being to fly...
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25.57 USD

Navajo Sunrise

by Ethan Flagg
Hardback
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Rance Dehner, an operative for the Lowrie Detective Agency, pursues a wanted killer to the small town of Hardin, Texas. After bringing down the killer in a gunfight, Dehner discovers the gunslick was in town to murder Leona Carson, a penniless 14 year old girl with a baby. Dehner cannot ...
Wild West Detective
Rance Dehner, an operative for the Lowrie Detective Agency, pursues a wanted killer to the small town of Hardin, Texas. After bringing down the killer in a gunfight, Dehner discovers the gunslick was in town to murder Leona Carson, a penniless 14 year old girl with a baby. Dehner cannot understand why anyone would employ a gun for hire to kill Leona, and finding the answer to that question throws him into a whirlwind of violent encounters. Soon he must dodge bullets from an onslaught of professional killers, while uncovering the shameful secrets of Hardin's leading citizens.
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13.29 USD

Wild West Detective

by James Clay
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Deputy Sheriff Cole Paston does not know what lies behind the trouble festering around Clear Spring, Kansas. He suspects Floyd Kennedy, the wilful son of Buck Kennedy the biggest rancher in the country, of being the cause of it. Floyd was sent to prison for three years for trying to ...
Running Wild
Deputy Sheriff Cole Paston does not know what lies behind the trouble festering around Clear Spring, Kansas. He suspects Floyd Kennedy, the wilful son of Buck Kennedy the biggest rancher in the country, of being the cause of it. Floyd was sent to prison for three years for trying to kill Mart, Cole's brother, after Mart had shot and wounded hotel owner Frank Bartram. To complicate matters further, Buck Kennedy is trying to take over the Paston ranch for Floyd, who is about to be let out of prison. Cole senses that the trouble is far from over, and he is right. When all hell breaks loose, bloodshed and murder rages until the last shot.
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24.64 USD

Running Wild

by Corba Sunman
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Blood Meridian
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37.18 USD

Blood Meridian

by Cormac McCarthy
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When jaded gun-for-hire, Simeon Pope, takes what he thinks will be a routine job he finds himself working for both sides of a divided family. Confronted by a bad man, a mad man and a law man, Pope struggles to satisfy all his clients, impress the woman he desires, and ...
Pope's Bounty
When jaded gun-for-hire, Simeon Pope, takes what he thinks will be a routine job he finds himself working for both sides of a divided family. Confronted by a bad man, a mad man and a law man, Pope struggles to satisfy all his clients, impress the woman he desires, and stay just on the right side of the law.
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25.57 USD

Pope's Bounty

by Aaron Adams
Hardback
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Blake January is escorting a young slave dealer to a fort when a young, feisty kid, Casey Walsh attempts to free his prisoner and fails. When Blake discovers the kid is a pretty girl, and the sister of his prisoner, he must now deal with two unwanted people. But, as ...
Love by Dawn
Blake January is escorting a young slave dealer to a fort when a young, feisty kid, Casey Walsh attempts to free his prisoner and fails. When Blake discovers the kid is a pretty girl, and the sister of his prisoner, he must now deal with two unwanted people. But, as Blake journey's to the fort, he cannot ignore the attraction he feels for Casey. At the fort, Casey manages to free her brother from the brig and they head west only to be captured by Apache Indians. Casey and her brother are accepted by the tribe because of a white woman, called Moon Glow. After Blake discovers them gone, he's adamant about finding Casey because she had captured his heart and than made a fool out of him. On his travels, Blake is accused of killing a prostitute and jailed and has to wait until the circuit judge arrives for his trial. Luckily, the murderer is caught and he continues on his quest. When, he arrives at the Indian village, Casey isn't happy to see him, fearing he has come to recapture her brother.
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12.590000 USD

Love by Dawn

by Therese a Kraemer
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When Sheriff Pat Garrett feels Billy the Kid has been given a raw deal by the governor of New Mexico by not extending amnesty to him the way he did the other participants in the Lincoln County War he decides he will give the Kid a break. Instead of hunting ...
Along the Rio Hondo
When Sheriff Pat Garrett feels Billy the Kid has been given a raw deal by the governor of New Mexico by not extending amnesty to him the way he did the other participants in the Lincoln County War he decides he will give the Kid a break. Instead of hunting the kid down and killing him, Garrett hunts him down and tells him he'll let him go if he promises to change his name and leave the Territory. Billy agrees and he begins to search for a new way of life. Billy soon finds that changing his ways is not an easy thing to do and is soon involved in more trouble. When Billy meets the love of his life things start to look up. Can he find happiness and begin life a fresh? Only time will tell. A good read for Western fans.
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7.880000 USD

Along the Rio Hondo

by Raymond D Mason
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They met me as soon as I stepped off the stage in Bosco Flats; fresh from the east and wearing a derby hat and not even packing a gun. Left in the dusty street beaten and bleeding, they walked away laughing at the Greenhorn they had taught a lesson. But ...
The Greenhorn
They met me as soon as I stepped off the stage in Bosco Flats; fresh from the east and wearing a derby hat and not even packing a gun. Left in the dusty street beaten and bleeding, they walked away laughing at the Greenhorn they had taught a lesson. But I had three things going for me. I was still alive, had money enough to buy a gun, and to hardheaded to run.
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8.390000 USD

The Greenhorn

by James L McKinney
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A nameless rider plods through the desert toward a dusty Western town shimmering on the horizon. In his latest novel, Robert Coover has taken the familiar form of the Western and turned it inside out. The lonesome stranger reaches the town - or rather, it reaches him - and he ...
Ghost Town
A nameless rider plods through the desert toward a dusty Western town shimmering on the horizon. In his latest novel, Robert Coover has taken the familiar form of the Western and turned it inside out. The lonesome stranger reaches the town - or rather, it reaches him - and he becomes part of its gunfights, saloon brawls, bawdy houses, train robberies, and, of course, the choice between the saloon chanteuse or the sweet-faced schoolmistress whom he loves. Throughout, Robert Coover reanimates the Western epics of Zane Grey and Louis L'Amour, infusing them with the Beckettian echoes, unique comic energy, and exuberant prose that have made him one of the most influential figures in contemporary American literature. It is, as The Washington Post Book World put it, a fast-forward, ribald vision of the American West, a free-for-all that slides from surreal to ridiculous like a circus-goer's grin through a funhouse mirror . . . a heady frisson, a salon entertainment, one helluva ride.
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16.800000 USD

Ghost Town

by Robert Coover
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PREFACE. THE Author of this very practical treatise on Scotch Loch - Fishing desires clearly that it may be of use to all who had it. He does not pretend to have written anything new, but to have attempted to put what he has to say in as readable a ...
Fifty Thrilling Wild West Stories
PREFACE. THE Author of this very practical treatise on Scotch Loch - Fishing desires clearly that it may be of use to all who had it. He does not pretend to have written anything new, but to have attempted to put what he has to say in as readable a form as possible. Everything in the way of the history and habits of fish has been studiously avoided, and technicalities have been used as sparingly as possible. The writing of this book has afforded him pleasure in his leisure moments, and that pleasure would be much increased if he knew that the perusal of it would create any bond of sympathy between himself and the angling community in general. This section is interleaved with blank shects for the readers notes. The Author need hardly say that any suggestions addressed to the case of the publishers, will meet with consideration in a future edition. We do not pretend to write or enlarge upon a new subject. Much has been said and written-and well said and written too on the art of fishing but loch-fishing has been rather looked upon as a second-rate performance, and to dispel this idea is one of the objects for which this present treatise has been written. Far be it from us to say anything against fishing, lawfully practised in any form but many pent up in our large towns will bear us out when me say that, on the whole, a days loch-fishing is the most convenient. One great matter is, that the loch-fisher is depend- ent on nothing but enough wind to curl the water, -and on a large loch it is very seldom that a dead calm prevails all day, -and can make his arrangements for a day, weeks beforehand whereas the stream- fisher is dependent for a good take on the state of the water and however pleasant and easy it may be for one living near the banks of a good trout stream or river, it is quite another matter to arrange for a days river-fishing, if one is looking forward to a holiday at a date some weeks ahead. Providence may favour the expectant angler with a good day, and the water in order but experience has taught most of us that the good days are in the minority, and that, as is the case with our rapid running streams, -such as many of our northern streams are, -the water is either too large or too small, unless, as previously remarked, you live near at hand, and can catch it at its best. A common belief in regard to loch-fishing is, that the tyro and the experienced angler have nearly the same chance in fishing, -the one from the stern and the other from the bow of the same boat. Of all the absurd beliefs as to loch-fishing, this is one of the most absurd. Try it. Give the tyro either end of the boat he likes give him a cast of ally flies he may fancy, or even a cast similar to those which a crack may be using and if he catches one for every three the other has, he may consider himself very lucky. Of course there are lochs where the fish are not abundant, and a beginner may come across as many as an older fisher but we speak of lochs where there are fish to be caught, and where each has a fair chance. Again, it is said that the boatman has as much to do with catching trout in a loch as the angler. Well, we dont deny that. In an untried loch it is necessary to have the guidance of a good boatman but the same argument holds good as to stream-fishing...
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40.940000 USD

Fifty Thrilling Wild West Stories

by Various
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Jesse Meeker and Riley Fourkiller establish the first ranches along Osage Creek in northwest Arkansas where they raise horses and mules. They trade with Zenas Leonard, an old mountain man, and then Jesse helps Captain Randolph Marcy blaze the 1849 California Trail and chases the murderers of Lieutenant Harrison, grandson ...
Picketwire Vaquero: One Family's Western Odyssey
Jesse Meeker and Riley Fourkiller establish the first ranches along Osage Creek in northwest Arkansas where they raise horses and mules. They trade with Zenas Leonard, an old mountain man, and then Jesse helps Captain Randolph Marcy blaze the 1849 California Trail and chases the murderers of Lieutenant Harrison, grandson of President William harrison. Back home, the family has to deal with nightriding hoodlums and after an attack on their home, Jesse sells out and moves his family back to the Village on the Middle Fork. The family first travel the Cherokee Trail (not the Trail of Tears) west with gold seeking Cherokees. They stay at Bent s New Fort, trading horses and mules with travelers on the Santa Fe Trail. When Jesse returns to Arkansas, Zenas and his brother Jake stay, managing William Bent s horse herd. They winter at Bent s Picketwire Ranch and Zenas gets his first experience handling wild cattle. During the Civil War, he helps Mr. Bent haul material along the Santa Fe Trail. Hoping to settle in New Mexico Territory, he loses a herd of horses to Indians, trades along the Trail, and has an adventure with crooked gamblers and a stolen herd of horses.
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29.390000 USD
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In the tradition of Cormac McCarthy, Larry Brown, and James Lee Burke, Rivers is an enthralling, darkly beautiful novel set in Mississippi against the backdrop of a series of devastating storms that pummeled the American South in the years since Hurricane Katrina. It had been raining for weeks. Maybe months. ...
Rivers: A Novel
In the tradition of Cormac McCarthy, Larry Brown, and James Lee Burke, Rivers is an enthralling, darkly beautiful novel set in Mississippi against the backdrop of a series of devastating storms that pummeled the American South in the years since Hurricane Katrina. It had been raining for weeks. Maybe months. He had forgotten the last day that it hadn't rained, when the storms gave way to the pale blue of the Gulf sky, when the birds flew and the clouds were white and sunshine glistened across the drenched land. Following years of catastrophic hurricanes, the Gulf Coast--stretching from the Florida panhandle to the western Louisiana border--has been brought to its knees. The region is so punished and depleted that the government has drawn a new boundary ninety miles north of the coastline. Life below the Line offers no services, no electricity, and no resources, and those who stay behind live by their own rules. Cohen is one who stayed. Unable to overcome the crushing loss of his wife and unborn child who were killed during an evacuation, he returned home to Mississippi to bury them on family land. Until now he hasn't had the strength to leave them behind, even to save himself. But after his home is ransacked and all of his carefully accumulated supplies stolen, Cohen is finally forced from his shelter. On the road north, he encounters a colony of survivors led by a fanatical, snake-handling preacher named Aggie who has dangerous visions of repopulating the barren region. Realizing what's in store for the women Aggie is holding against their will, Cohen is faced with a decision: continue to the Line alone, or try to shepherd the madman's captives across the unforgiving land with the biggest hurricane yet bearing down--and Cohen harboring a secret that may pose the greatest threat of all. Eerily prophetic in its depiction of a southern landscape ravaged by extreme weather, Rivers is a masterful tale of survival and redemption in a world where the next devastating storm is never far behind.
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26.250000 USD

Rivers: A Novel

by Michael Farris Smith
Hardback
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A novel about a cowboy in the early 20th century. Set on a ranch in Arizona, this story follows a cultured gentleman on his quest to become a true man. He soon discovers the cowboy way of life by training for a rodeo, chasing wild horses, and branding cattle. Humorous ...
When a Man's a Man
A novel about a cowboy in the early 20th century. Set on a ranch in Arizona, this story follows a cultured gentleman on his quest to become a true man. He soon discovers the cowboy way of life by training for a rodeo, chasing wild horses, and branding cattle. Humorous scenarios, suspense, and romance fill the pages of this book.
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13.600000 USD

When a Man's a Man

by Harold Bell Wright
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A FICTION HOUSE PRESS FIRST EDITION: The Six-Gun Gorilla, named O'Neil, was raised by Bart Masters during the 1800's at a gold-mine in Colorado. Masters taught the gorilla many chores including shoot-ing a six-gun. Masters was killed by the Strawhan Gang and O'Neil was left for dead. When the gorilla ...
Six-Gun Gorilla
A FICTION HOUSE PRESS FIRST EDITION: The Six-Gun Gorilla, named O'Neil, was raised by Bart Masters during the 1800's at a gold-mine in Colorado. Masters taught the gorilla many chores including shoot-ing a six-gun. Masters was killed by the Strawhan Gang and O'Neil was left for dead. When the gorilla regained consciousness and found his master dead, the ape's out-rage at the killing was intense and he swore he would kill the men who killed his owner. Our publication includes all of the original illustrations from the British paper The Wizard .
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47.200000 USD

Six-Gun Gorilla

by Unknown Author
Hardback
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Western: Relentless When John Barnes taught his daughter, Ellie, to ride, little did he know how she would take to the job of a cowgirl. Her love of the countryside around her home takes her to areas where she sees injustice and unfairness to the small Indian tribe whose land ...
Western
Western: Relentless When John Barnes taught his daughter, Ellie, to ride, little did he know how she would take to the job of a cowgirl. Her love of the countryside around her home takes her to areas where she sees injustice and unfairness to the small Indian tribe whose land borders their own homestead. Asking questions about why these people are being deprived of land which can sustain their lifestyle, what Ellie has no way of knowing is how these Indians will become a part of her life. Follow the adventure as John Barnes, his daughter and their hired hands attempt to take their cattle to market, unaware of what awaits them in the darkness of their voyage.
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34.600000 USD

Western

by Klint Douglas
Hardback
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Leo Guild didn't figure on running into his former wife Sarah again. Years earlier she'd left him for a gunfighter named Frank Evans. Guild is putting up in a river town, and hears Sarah is staying in a local hotel-she's been looking for him. Leo's heart soars, until she tells ...
Dark Trail
Leo Guild didn't figure on running into his former wife Sarah again. Years earlier she'd left him for a gunfighter named Frank Evans. Guild is putting up in a river town, and hears Sarah is staying in a local hotel-she's been looking for him. Leo's heart soars, until she tells him that Frank Evans has left her for a younger woman, Beth. Unfortunately for Frank, Beth's former lover is also a gunfighter who has sworn to kill Evans. Sarah has forgiven Frank, and she wants Guild to broker a peace between the gunfighters so Frank can return to her, unharmed. At the same time, a rich man named Adair has caught wind of the conflict and he invites both gunfighters to his ranch for a birthday celebration-their gunfight will be the main attraction for the guests who are arriving from all over the country. The winner will get $10,000 and Beth, the loser... Guild reluctantly gets pulled into trying to stop the fight-but matters of the heart are never resolved simply and Guild has a foreboding sense that a tragic ending will be unavoidable.
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13.600000 USD

Dark Trail

by Ed Gorman
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Lee Strate has been shot and left for dead by two men who stole every penny of his $5000 fortune. His life is saved by Jack, a freed black man who agrees to help him track down his money. Heading to Galveston, they discover the thieves are working for the ...
Galveston Gunman
Lee Strate has been shot and left for dead by two men who stole every penny of his $5000 fortune. His life is saved by Jack, a freed black man who agrees to help him track down his money. Heading to Galveston, they discover the thieves are working for the powerful Colonel Benson. Lee and Jack discover that Colonel Benson is involved in agitating racial tension among Galveston's dock workers, the Cotton Jammers. Telling the white workers that the blacks are trying to take over, and telling the blacks that the whites are taking unfair advantage of them, Benson has worked both parties into a frenzy. The unrest is likely to come to a head just when President Grant is due in town.The hunt for the thieves becomes deadly, and Lee and Jack begin to realize the shattering implications of the sinister political plot that has enmeshed them all.
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13.600000 USD

Galveston Gunman

by Bill Crider
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Mastincala, the Rabbit Boy, is born in a tumultuous and uncertain time for his people, the Lakota. He is but a boy when his father is killed during the clash between the Lakota and Colonel Harney's army at Rosebud, and he vows to avenge his father's death. Mastincala joins Crazy ...
Lakota
Mastincala, the Rabbit Boy, is born in a tumultuous and uncertain time for his people, the Lakota. He is but a boy when his father is killed during the clash between the Lakota and Colonel Harney's army at Rosebud, and he vows to avenge his father's death. Mastincala joins Crazy Horse and the Oglala on their rides against the Crow, fighting against the encroachment and overhunting of Big Horn country. He earns the name Tacante, Buffalo Heart, for his courage during one particularly fierce battle, and sheds his softer boyhood persona. When gold is discovered in the sacred Black Hills, a series of unstoppable events is set in motion-culminating in the bloody massacre at Little Big Horn. In the midst of the turmoil, Mastincala must decide how to forge a future for his family while defending the honor and tradition of his ancestors. Lakota vividly details the struggle of the Lakota people against the white man for control of their hunting grounds, and offers a moving, bittersweet portrait of the period that marked the end of a way of life for the Plains Sioux.
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14.650000 USD

Lakota

by G.Clifton Wisler
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From legendary Western author Max Brand comes a collection of stories about a slave, a jewel thief, and a captive. In Master and Man, Bobbie is a black man who can outride, outfight, and outshoot any white man in the mountain desert. His unwavering moral code serves as a model ...
Red Fire: A Western Trio
From legendary Western author Max Brand comes a collection of stories about a slave, a jewel thief, and a captive. In Master and Man, Bobbie is a black man who can outride, outfight, and outshoot any white man in the mountain desert. His unwavering moral code serves as a model for his often cruel and dissolute white master. A Lucky Dog is a tale of the desperate flight of a jewel thief named Hagger from the man he robbed. In Colorado, facing a battle with winter cold and snow, he comes upon an isolated cabin and its sole occupant, a weakened bull terrier left there to starve to death. The man and dog come to depend on each other to a point where Hagger would make any sacrifice and endure any hardship just to keep the dog alive. In the title story, Red Fire, Paul Torridon, called White Thunder by the Cheyenne Indians, and his girlfriend, Nancy Brett, are being held prisoner by the Cheyenne because they believe he can cure illness and bring rain. While Roger Lincoln, a frontiersman who has known Torridon since the early days of his feud with the Brett clan, devises a plan for their escape, Torridon's captors take every precaution they can to keep him imprisoned, even if it means killing him rather than losing him. Skyhorse Publishing is proud to publish a broad range of books for readers interested in fiction that takes place in the old West. Westerns books about outlaws, sheriffs, chiefs and warriors, cowboys and Indians are a genre in which we publish regularly. Our list includes international bestselling authors like Zane Gray and Louis L'Amour, and many more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.
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Red Fire: A Western Trio

by Max Brand
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The year is 1893, and Pearl Ryan, a young woman with a checkered past, arrives in Ruby City, a silver mining town full of scoundrels-one to which no respectable woman would ever travel. Pearl sets up shop as the town laundress, but is clearly no ordinary charwoman: She is courted ...
The Pearl of Ruby City: A Mystery
The year is 1893, and Pearl Ryan, a young woman with a checkered past, arrives in Ruby City, a silver mining town full of scoundrels-one to which no respectable woman would ever travel. Pearl sets up shop as the town laundress, but is clearly no ordinary charwoman: She is courted by many and the local doctor often solicits her assistance as his nurse. Pearl's dream is to attend medical school-not a small feat for a woman alone in the Wild West-and hopes that the proceeds from her newly inherited mining claim will pay for her education. Meanwhile, laundry is her bread and butter. As laundress, however, Pearl is privy to many secrets she'd rather not know. As a student of the healing arts, she recognizes the symptoms of poisoning when she sees them. And as a woman with a past she'd rather keep hidden, she must solve the murders plaguing Ruby City before US marshals arrive.
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The Pearl of Ruby City: A Mystery

by Jana Harris
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With The Pioneers (1823), Cooper initiated his series of elegiac romances of frontier life and introduced the world to Natty Bumppo (or Leather-stocking). Set in 1793 in New York State, the novel depicts an aging Leather-stocking negotiating his way in a restlessly expanding society. In his introduction, Robert Daly argues ...
The Pioneers
With The Pioneers (1823), Cooper initiated his series of elegiac romances of frontier life and introduced the world to Natty Bumppo (or Leather-stocking). Set in 1793 in New York State, the novel depicts an aging Leather-stocking negotiating his way in a restlessly expanding society. In his introduction, Robert Daly argues for the novel's increasing relevance: we live in a similarly complex society as Cooper's frontier world, faced with the same questions about the limits of individualism, the need for voluntary cooperation, and stewardship of the environment. The John Harvard Library edition reproduces the authoritative text of The Pioneers in the The Writings of James Fenimore Cooper, published by the State University of New York Press.
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The Pioneers

by James Fenimore Cooper
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