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Dead Man Walking: A Wild West Omnibus by John Russell Fearn (Lume Books) 5.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 2 hours ago

The old west is brought back to life in this must-have collection of western adventures by bestselling author John Russell Fearn. THUNDER VALLEY When Brad Morrison stops by the Yellow Nugget saloon, he seems like just another prospector looking for gold. But for a simple man, Brad sure finds a lot trouble for himself. Getting on the bad side of Black Joe, who all but runs the town, is a mistake. Getting on the good side of Joe's beautiful fiancée, Betty Tarrant, is even worse. But with the prospect of gold up for grabs, Brad isn't going anywhere... YELLOW GULCH LAW Jess Burton and his sidekick Shorty Pearson ride into Yellow Gulch, desperate to find work after months on the road. They enlist into Wilton de Brock's company, even though the pay is bad and de Brock's reputation even worse. Only a day into the job, Burton realises the extent of what he has signed up for. But with de Brock having a firm grip on not just the work camp, but the whole of Yellow Gulch, escape seems all but impossible... TOWN WITHOUT LAW Gold Point, a festering town in the West, is completely in the power of local tyrant Sherman Hall. With no governing authority, Hall is free to set the law as he pleases, and the law of the gun is the only one he rules by. Rex M'Clyde, an honest man, grew up in Gold Point, alongside Sherman Hall. But Hall views him as a threat. When Hall frames him for a murder he didn't commit, M'Clyde knows he stands no chance and quickly finds himself cast out into the desert. With no food or water, he's as good as dead. Or is he... ? Praise for John Russell Fearn 'A classic story of adventure and courage in the Old West.' - Tom Kasey, best-selling author of Trade Off. John Russell Fearn (1908-1960) is well remembered for almost single-handedly driving the post-World War II boom in British publishing with a flood of science fiction, detective stories, and westerns. His writing appeared under various pseudonyms and has been translated into many ...

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 328 Pages (1,073 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 27th, 2020

Law of the Lemhi: Part Two (Savage Law Book 1) by Kirby Jonas (Howling Wolf Publishing) 4.6 Stars (21 Reviews)    Price verified 10 hours ago

Lemhi County Sheriff Coal Savage has realized a little too late that while losing marine and army buddies in Vietnam was bad, it feels a lot worse when the victims are murdered in cold blood--and they are right in the home town where he is sheriff. Now he is dealing not only with a rebellious fifteen-year-old daughter and a hard-edged but beautiful woman who seems to think he's the scum of the earth, but he is running a race against time to stop a killer who wants him dead. Everyone believes the killer is Bigfoot Monahan, the largest man in the valley and an ex-con who swore to kill Coal Savage for his part in putting him in the pen. Coal believes it as well--to the point that he finally realizes he is going to have to kill this man first. Before he can kill another of his friends. When the truth comes home, it hits like the kick of a mule. Join Coal Savage in a race against time and a race against conscience--kill or be killed.

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 321 Pages (1,190 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 27th, 2020

The Life of a Cowboy: Complete 5 Book Collection: True Life Tales of Texas Cowboys and Adventure Novels by Andy Adams (Musaicum Books) Price verified 13 hours ago

"The Log of a Cowboy" is an account of a five-month drive of 3,000 cattle from Brownsville, Texas, to Montana during 1882 along the Great Western Cattle Trail. Although the book is fiction, it is based on Adams's own experiences, and it is considered by many to be literature's best account of cowboy life. Adams was disgusted by the unrealistic cowboy fiction being published in his time; The Log of a Cowboy was his response. The Chicago Herald has said: "As a narrative of cowboy life, Andy Adams' book is clearly the real thing. It carries its own certificate of authentic first-hand experience on every page." This edition also includes Adams other famous western novels like The Outlet, A Texas Matchmaker, Reed Anthony, Cowman and The Wells Brothers. Andy Adams (1859-1935) was an American writer of western fiction and was born in Indiana. Since childhood Andy used to help his parents with the cattle and horses on the family farm. Due to this Andy's works have been lauded widely for his first hand and authentic portrayal of the life of a cowboy unlike his contemporaries like Owen Wister who romanticized it.

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 1,145 Pages (2,353 KB)
Lending: Not Enabled
Added: Oct 27th, 2020

Dancing into the Arms of Destiny: A Historical Regency Romance Book by Aria Norton 4.2 Stars (67 Reviews)    Price verified 6 hours ago

Ellie had always been an obedient young woman. While bright and charismatic, pursuing a suitable match had always been her last priority. Ellie had no doubt that she would be stuck in a loveless marriage, as no man ever caught her eye. The doubt only deepens with her father's pressuring wish to forbid her younger sister to debut before Ellie gets married. Ellie does not want to keep her sister from happiness, so an unexpected ball reunion with a childhood acquaintance seems to be the perfect opportunity to settle with a man she feels comfortable with. Nevertheless, Ellie's expectations about love are about to rapidly change and she is in for the biggest revelation of her life... Alexander was not expecting anything extraordinary to happen to him when he walked into a ball after many years being away from home. Despite not having seen Ellie in years, he is immediately struck by her presence and swept away by her charming looks and personality. Ellie's suggestion of marrying straight away is already worrying enough, but it is love that Alexander fears even more than a hasty wedding. Haunted by his parents' love that quickly turned into hatred, he has sworn off marrying for love. However, all it takes is one look into Ellie's eyes and a captivating dance to warn him about the danger of falling deeply in love with her. Will Alexander manage to set his own prejudice aside and give love the chance it deserves? As hard as they both try to fight their feelings, soon neither of them can deny how scarily fast they are falling in love with every passing minute. The depth of their unexpected feelings frightens Ellie, while it makes Alexander want to bring everything to a halt, even at the expense of ripping his own heart out. After an unexpected twist of faith though, Ellie's hand is pursued by another man and Alexander knows that time is running out and he has to make a choice. Will he walk away forever or will he try to write his own story from scratch ignoring his ...

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 511 Pages (5,257 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 27th, 2020

The Sheriff’s Daring Wife in the West: A Western Historical Romance Book by Lydia Olson 5.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 7 hours ago

This marriage of convenience turned out to be the best choice in their lives. But is their love enough to fight off injustice in town? Rose's life turned upside down the moment her mother passed away Becoming a mail-order bride is the only logical solution if she wants to lead the life she wants. Along with her step-sister Anna, they both answer ads to different frontier states. Rose accepts Benjamin's invitation, a reserved and reclusive Sheriff in the Wild West. While Rose has to manage herself around the ranch, she realizes that Benjamin is a deeply scarred soul that needs mending. How will she help him find the salvation he needs by letting himself open to her never-ending love? Benjamin is a strong-willed sheriff and a man of action. He was always struggling with reading and writing. His lifelong dream is to run for mayor and this is why he's looking a clever and suitable companion -- with a wife by his side the townspeople will trust him more. His mail-order bride is all this and so much more -- with Rose by his side he realizes that only through love can he become the man he wants to be. How will he finally trust his heart and let go of his trauma in order to fully devote himself to her? The elections are close, and Rose will do anything in her power to prepare Benjamin run for mayor. However, when Anna, Rose's sister, arrives at their ranch barely escaping death, Benjamin is the only man capable enough of protecting his family. How will they let themselves love each other when each of their moves is being closely watched? The Sheriff's Daring Wife in the West is a new emotional historical western romance book. If you like a selfless strong heroine, who speaks her mind and left so much behind to venture into the vast unknown forntier, then you'll adore Lydia Olson's sweet book. Buy it now to discover Rose's romantic and empowering story in the Old West! Thank you! Get this Book FREE With Kindle Unlimited!

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 356 Pages (3,295 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 27th, 2020

Whitehall by Avis Nelson 4.4 Stars (5 Reviews)    Price verified 9 minutes ago

This historical fiction novel traces generations of early settlers in the Texas panhandle.

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 333 Pages (9,912 KB)
Lending: Not Enabled
Added: Oct 26th, 2020

Law of the Lemhi: Part One (Savage Law Book 1) by Kirby Jonas (Howling Wolf Publishing) 4.1 Stars (26 Reviews)    Price verified 13 hours ago

Ex marine and Vietnam vet Coal Savage, fired from his four-year career as agent for the FBI in Washington, D.C., returns to what he has every reason to believe will be a much less eventful life as sheriff of his small-town county of Lemhi, Idaho, in the mountain town of Salmon. Coal, who has just lost his wife, is dealing with an angry teenage daughter, a son who won't speak about anything, and twin sons who are yet too young to understand. Coming into Salmon, Coal finds that as sheriff he has been thrust into what will quickly escalate into the worst string of serial killings his county has ever dealt with. And by all indications, he may be next on the murderer's list. This first book in the Savage Law series will introduce readers to the Savage family, Coal's steady mother, Connie, his four children, and his many friends and acquaintances who populate the county of Lemhi, this book, and the 36 books yet to come. If you enjoy the Longmire series or any well-drawn character-driven drama with a large helping of 1970's nostalgia, the Savage Law series will draw you in and never let you go.

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 307 Pages (3,185 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 24th, 2020

The Log of the Cowboy and Other Trail Tales – 5 Western Novels in One Volume: True Life Narratives of Texas Cowboys and Adventure Novels by Andy Adams (E-Artnow) Price verified 3 hours ago

"The Log of a Cowboy" is an account of a five-month drive of 3,000 cattle from Brownsville, Texas, to Montana during 1882 along the Great Western Cattle Trail. Although the book is fiction, it is based on Adams's own experiences, and it is considered by many to be literature's best account of cowboy life. Adams was disgusted by the unrealistic cowboy fiction being published in his time; The Log of a Cowboy was his response. The Chicago Herald has said: "As a narrative of cowboy life, Andy Adams' book is clearly the real thing. It carries its own certificate of authentic first-hand experience on every page." This edition also includes Adams other famous western novels like The Outlet, A Texas Matchmaker, Reed Anthony, Cowman and The Wells Brothers. Andy Adams (1859-1935) was an American writer of western fiction and was born in Indiana. Since childhood Andy used to help his parents with the cattle and horses on the family farm. Due to this Andy's works have been lauded widely for his first hand and authentic portrayal of the life of a cowboy unlike his contemporaries like Owen Wister who romanticized it.

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 626 Pages (2,280 KB)
Lending: Not Enabled
Added: Oct 23rd, 2020

The Wild Adventures of Hopalong Cassidy – 7 Western Classics in One Volume: The Original Books Behind the Famous Movies Hero (Including Bar-20, The ... by Clarence Mulford (e-artnow) 1.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 8 hours ago

Hopalong Cassidy is a cowboy hero created by the author Clarence Mulford, who wrote a series of popular short stories and many novels based on the character. In his early writings, Mulford portrayed the character as rude, dangerous, and rough-talking. He had a wooden leg which caused him to walk with a little "hop", hence the nickname. The character -- as played by movie actor William Boyd in films adapted from Mulford's books -- was transformed into a clean-cut, sarsaparilla-drinking hero. Sixty-six popular films appeared. The Coming of Cassidy and Others Hopalong Cassidy Bar-20 Days Buck Peters, Ranchman The Bar-20 Three Tex Clarence E. Mulford (1883-1956) created Hopalong Cassidy in 1904 while living in Fryeburg, Maine, and the many short stories and 28 novels were adapted to radio, feature film, television, and comic books, often deviating significantly from the original stories, especially in the character's traits. But more than just writing a very popular series of Westerns, Mulford recreated an entire detailed and authentic world filled with characters drawn from his extensive library research.

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 1,538 Pages (3,619 KB)
Lending: Not Enabled
Added: Oct 23rd, 2020

RIDING IN THE WILD WEST – 10 Classic Western Adventures in One Volume: Bring Me His Ears, Hopalong Cassidy, Bar-20, Tex, Buck Peters Ranchman, The ... by Clarence Mulford (e-artnow) Price verified 10 hours ago

This carefully crafted ebook: "RIDING IN THE WILD WEST" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents: Excerpt: "The town lay sprawled over half a square mile of alkali plain, its main Street depressing in its width, for those who were responsible for its inception had worked with a generosity born of the knowledge that they had at their immediate and unchallenged disposal the broad lands of Texas and New Mexico on which to assemble a grand total of twenty buildings, four of which were of wood. As this material was scarce, and had to be brought from where the waters of the Gulf... " (Bar-20) Bar-20 The Orphan The Coming of Cassidy and Others Hopalong Cassidy Bar-20 Days Buck Peters, Ranchman The Man from Bar-20 The Bar-20 Three Tex Bring Me His Ears Clarence E. Mulford (1883-1956) was a prolific author whose short stories and 28 novels were adapted to radio, feature film, television, and comic books, often deviating significantly from the original stories, especially in the character's traits. Many of his stories depicted Cassidy and other men of the Bar-20 ranch. But more than just writing a very popular series of Westerns, Mulford recreated an entire detailed and authentic world filled with characters drawn from his extensive library research.

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 2,181 Pages (4,700 KB)
Lending: Not Enabled
Added: Oct 23rd, 2020

EMERSON HOUGH Ultimate Collection – 19 Western Classics & Adventure Novels, Including Historical Books, Poetry & Children's Tales (Illustrated): ... by Emerson Hough (e-artnow) Price verified 12 hours ago

This carefully crafted ebook collection is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents: The Young Alaskans Series The Young Alaskans The Young Alaskans in the Rockies The Young Alaskans on the Trail Young Alaskans in the Far North The Young Alaskans on the Missouri Other Novels The Girl at the Halfway House The Mississippi Bubble The Law of the Land Heart's Desire The Way of a Man 54-40 or Fight The Purchase Price The Lady and the Pirate The Man Next Door The Magnificent Adventure The Broken Gate The Way Out The Sagebrusher The Covered Wagon Children's Books King of Gee-Whiz Singing Mouse Stories The Land of the Singing Mouse The Burden of a Song The Little River What the Waters Said Lake Belle-Marie The Skull and the Rose The Man of the Mountain At the Place of the Oaks The Birth of the Hours The Stone That Had No Thought The Tear and the Smile How the Mountains Ate Up the Plains The Savage and Its Heart The Beast Terrible The Passing of Men The House of Truth Where the City Went The Bell and the Shadows Of the Greatest Sorrow The Shoes of the Princess Of White Moths The House of Dreams Poetry The Unredeemed Historical Works The Story of the Cowboy The Way to the West The Story of the Outlaw The Passing of the Frontier Maw's Vacation Emerson Hough (1857-1923) was an American author best known for writing western stories, adventure tales and historical novels. His best known works include western novels The Mississippi Bubble and The Covered Wagon, The Young Alaskans series of adventure novels, and historical works The Way to the West and The Story of the Cowboy.

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 5,376 Pages (19,676 KB)
Lending: Not Enabled
Added: Oct 23rd, 2020

WESTERN CLASSICS Boxed Set - 12 Novels in One Volume: Adventure Tales of the Wild West: The Two-Gun Man, The Coming of the Law, The Trail to ... by Charles Alden Seltzer (e-artnow) 3.4 Stars (3 Reviews)    Price verified 11 hours ago

This carefully crafted ebook: "WESTERN CLASSICS Boxed Set - 12 Novels in One Volume" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. Table of Contents: The Two-Gun Man The Coming of the Law The Trail to Yesterday The Boss of the Lazy Y The Range Boss "Firebrand" Trevison The Ranchman The Trail Horde "Beau" Rand "Drag" Harlan Square Deal Sanderson West! Charles Alden Seltzer (1875-1942) was a prolific American author of western novels. He wrote his westerns from the experience of living on his uncle's ranch in New Mexico. Seltzer's best works include The Two-Gun Man, The Boss of the Lazy Y, Drag Harlan and West. Many of his novels were turned into Hollywood movies.

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 2,369 Pages (3,434 KB)
Lending: Not Enabled
Added: Oct 23rd, 2020

WESTERN CLASSICS Ultimate Collection - 11 Novels in One Volume: Complete Leatherstocking Tales, The Littlepage Manuscripts Series, Wynadotte, The ... by James Fenimore Cooper (e-artnow) 5.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 11 hours ago

This carefully crafted ebook: "WESTERN CLASSICS Ultimate Collection - 11 Novels in One Volume: Complete Leatherstocking Tales, The Littlepage Manuscripts Series, Wynadotte, The Wept Of Wish-Ton-Wish and more" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents: "The Leatherstocking Tales" is a series of five historical novels of frontier and Indian life featuring the main hero Natty Bumppo, a resourceful Anglo-American woodsman raised in part by Native Americans, who later becomes a fearless warrior skilled in many weapons, chiefly the long rifle. (The Deerslayer, The Last of the Mohicans, The Pathfinder, The Pioneers & The Prairie) "The Littlepage Manuscripts" follow three generations of a Dutch-originated family settling in America, beginning in the mid-eighteenth century. The trilogy (Satanstoe, The Chainbearer & The Redskins) is a fictional biography of the Littlepage family which explores the 18th century colony of New York. Novels focus mainly on issues of land ownership and the displacement of American Indians as the United States moves westward. "The Wept of Wish-ton-Wish" portrays a captured white girl who is taken care of by an Indian chief and who after several years is eventually returned to her parents. Wyandotté tells the story of a derelict Indian "Saucy Nick" in the remote woods of upstate New York, who stands between a small group of settlers and an Indian tribe that want to slaughter them. "The Oak Opening" explores the relationships between Europeans and Native Americans in the early American expansion, following the activities of a professional honey-hunter Benjamin Boden, nicknamed "Ben Buzz". James Fenimore Cooper (1789-1851) was a prolific and popular American writer of the early 19th century. His historical romances of frontier and Indian life in the early American days created a unique form of American literature. Among his most famous works is the novel The Last of the Mohicans, often regarded as his masterpiece.

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 4,761 Pages (7,867 KB)
Lending: Not Enabled
Added: Oct 23rd, 2020

The Chronicles of the Old West - 4 Historical Books Exploring the Wild Past of the American West: (Illustrated) Western Collection, Including The ... by Emerson Hough (e-artnow) 3.5 Stars (15 Reviews)    Price verified 10 hours ago

"The Way to the West" tells the story of the opening of the west, including the accounts of three early Americans Daniel Boone, Davy Crockett and Kit Carson. "The Story of the Cowboy" is a historical book about the cowboy in the American West close to the end of 19th century. "The Story of the Outlaw" is a study of the western desperado, with historical narratives of famous outlaws, the stories of noted border wars, vigilante movements, and armed conflicts on the frontier, including the profiles of Billy the Kid and Pat Garrett. "The Passing of the Frontier" explains the part of the frontier in history and what Lewis and Clark came up against when they passed it on their great expedition across the continent. Emerson Hough (1857-1923) was an American author best known for writing western stories, adventure tales and historical novels. His best known works include western novels The Mississippi Bubble and The Covered Wagon, The Young Alaskans series of adventure novels, and historical works The Way to the West and The Story of the Cowboy.

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 865 Pages (5,497 KB)
Lending: Not Enabled
Added: Oct 22nd, 2020
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