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Beyond The Ridge: The Complete Trilogy by Emrys Apollo Price verified 3 hours ago

Having kicked up dust that will take far too long to clear, Benjamin and his gun-slinging companions choose to make amends rather than flee from the law which has finally caught up with them; a decision that Benjamin is sure is the right one to make. However, what Benjamin hasn't accounted for is that their atonement would call for a foray into the notorious Walling Moor to rub shoulders with people who bring back bitter memories of his past. Having rejoiced that he was finally free to live his life as he wished with the man he loves, Benjamin is disappointed that he must be separated from his partner Morris, but he is determined to do anything he must to find his paradise. Get the whole trilogy for just $0.99 for a limited time!

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 221 Pages (1,666 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Aug 7th, 2020

Mystery at Black Boulder by A. A. Glynn (Lume Books) 4.1 Stars (6 Reviews)    Price verified 13 hours ago

There's an uprising on the Indian reservation, and only one man can stop it. Renegades have been selling rifles and firewater to the Sioux - and a rebellion is imminent. Ex-army scout Lance Costigan is deputed to act as a detective on the reservation, tasked with putting a stopper in the local arms trade and preventing the uprising. He rides into Black Boulder to confront Eben Shaintuck, a notorious gunrunner. But what about the other two men, menacingly armed with six-guns? Even if Lance survives this encounter, his job has only just begun. There's only one certain thing in all this: it will be a long, hard struggle to restore peace on the reservation. Mystery at Black Boulder is a gun-slinging, high octane Western in the classic tradition. Praise for A. A. Glynn 'A classic story of adventure and courage in the Old West.' - Tom Kasey, best-selling author of Trade Off. Anthony Arthur Glynn was born in Manchester in 1929, and had a disrupted wartime childhood, including enduring the Luftwaffe's blitzing of the city in 1940 and 1941. Drawn to art and writing from an early age, be quickly became interested in all kinds of books and devoured popular fiction. He started work as a textile designer in Manchester at sixteen and studied the subject at Manchester Regional College of Art in the evenings. After two years' National Service in the army, he became a reporter on a weekly newspaper in Cheshire during his early twenties. Since retiring, he frequently visits the US, researching authentic backgrounds for new Western novels. His other western adventures include, Sixgun Showdown, Guns Across Red River and The Lonesome Gun.

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 129 Pages (1,774 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Aug 7th, 2020

Coyotes of the Gap by Denis Hughes (Lume Books) 4.0 Stars (19 Reviews)    Price verified 7 minutes ago

When the tough-talking gunman Duke Guthrie walks into Sean O'Malley's cabin, the young orphan has no idea that it will change his life forever... On the run from the law, the federals finally catch up with Guthrie - but not before he has time to bestow his dying wish upon Sean. He bequests to him a Missouri stern-wheeler, named the Luke J. Anders. But this is no ordinary boat. Hidden in the depths of the vessel are fortunes and riches, the likes of which Sean can only imagine. He turns his back on the past, saddles his pony and sets off northward to find the river steamer and claim what is rightfully his. But the path ahead of him is a treacherous one. As he arrives in St. Louis to claim his legacy, he finds the buildings bigger and the rogues meaner than any he had ever imagined. He finds himself up against the crooked lawyer Cowgill, the ruthless Dogherties of Rygers Gap, and the fiery but beautiful Nicolette. Everyone is determined to have their share of the gold. And they are the sort who don't give a second thought to murder if it gets them what they want. But young Sean is the only one who knows the precise location of the treasure - a secret that he will take to his grave if necessary. With a desperate and bloody showdown aboard the ship, everyone's life hangs in the balance. With older and wiser Cass Chance by his side, can Sean claim his inheritance, save the ship and defeat his enemies? Coyotes of the Gap is a fast-paced, thrilling tale of adventure and courage. Denis Hughes (1917-2008) was a prolific writer who wrote a large number of science fiction and western novels. He wrote under a number of pseudonyms, including Ken Kester.

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 188 Pages (1,140 KB)
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Added: Aug 6th, 2020

Coyote Trail: A suspenseful Western packed with guns and drama by Burt Kroll (Lume Books) 3.6 Stars (3 Reviews)    Price verified 5 hours ago

Newtown county sure has made a name for itself recently. And not for the right reasons. With reports coming in thick and fast of outlaws and badmen causing havoc among the locals, this town is in desperate need of a clean-up. And federal lawman Kett Dade may be just the man for the job. Two lawmen had recently taken on the very same task, but soon met their grisly fate at the hands of the outlaws and their sixguns within just a few days of arriving at Bright Creek. So what makes Dade think that he can outrun them? For starters, his approach to catching these badmen is a little more tactile. With his pard, Steve Burke, already in the county undercover, Dade must discover the truth whilst protecting his real identity, or risk finding himself buried six feet under next to the lawmen before him who had tried and failed. It doesn't take long for him to gather a list of criminal suspects. But with so many shootouts happening in one sleepy town, is everyone fighting the same battle? And as he makes new alliances and lets his guard down, is trusting these locals really a good idea? Packed with gunfire and drama, Coyote Trail is a thrilling western adventure from author Burt Kroll. 'Captivating, authentic and full of drama - a western to remember!' - Tom Casey, bestselling author of Trade Off Burt Kroll is one of fifty pseudonyms for British author, Donald S. Rowland, who was born in Norfolk, England. Rowland is married with three children, and previously had a variety of jobs, including film projectionist and Senior Clerk and Local Government Officer. It was only in 1964 that he dedicated his time to writing full-time and has since written a variety of novels, from science-fiction to westerns.

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 135 Pages (1,128 KB)
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Added: Aug 6th, 2020

Death Wore Spurs by Clinton Spurr (Lume Books) 5.0 Stars (5 Reviews)    Price verified 10 hours ago

Greedy men will do anything... Jim Bradley, a special deputy attached to the Federal Marshal office in Wichita, is on his latest assignment. Heading to Hanson in the county of Bonham, Bradley knows he's in for a long haul. Hanson is as corrupt as it gets. Sheriff Creed Smith and his deputy, Wiley Shadden use the law for their own gain. They'll free anyone from thieves to cattle rustlers - as long as they get a handsome bribe in return. Everything else is given the blind eye. And if that's not enough, it looks like the surrounding area is on the verge of a range war. In fact, it's the reason the federal marshal office was invited into the county in the first place. An area of land has been put up for sale by the government - but for many years, the ranches nearby have used it for their cattle. All of them believe they have more right to the land than the other. The big three though are Alex Lackey of the L6 ranch, Eph Egan of the Broken Arrow ranch and Pete Clanton of the Bar C ranch. Each man reckons they can outsmart the other and if innocent blood gets in the way, so be it. And the first is Pit Grove. Pit Grove was the man who had written to the federal marshal office in the first place. But since his Lazy G ranch borders the government land, Pit Grove had to go; by the time Bradley gets there, Pit's been arrested for cattle rustling. At the Lazy G ranch, Bradley nearly gets shot by a man named Chalk Beeson - who claims to be a Broken Arrow man, taking care of the ranch. Bradley doesn't believe him for a second. And worse, he learns from Beeson that Pit is to be hung at dawn. Even if Pit is guilty of cattle rustling, a lynching isn't the punishment for such a crime. When Bradley's superiors said it'd be the hardest assignment of his career, they weren't kidding! But he'll bring the law to Hanson and straighten out the county of Bonham for good - as swift and harsh as if Death Wore Spurs... Death Wore Spurs is a thrilling and suspenseful ...

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 160 Pages (2,083 KB)
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Added: Aug 6th, 2020

MAIL ORDER BRIDE: Wildflower Meadow - Clean Historical Western Romance (Sawyerville Mail Order Brides - Book 15) by Debra Samms 5.0 Stars (2 Reviews)    Price verified one day ago

Murielle secretly slips down to the river every morning to swim. She doesn't think anyone knows about it, until a near-disaster is averted thanks to the quick movements of a secret admirer. She had come to Sawyerville along with the other prospective brides, but secretly does not necessarily want to marry. She'd rather be the first school teacher. After discovering Murielle's daily swims, he was afraid for her safety if the other men found her there. He was there the morning when one of the loggers set off dynamite upriver, causing logs to thunder downriver in her direction. Charlie's quick thinking saved her life, but his guilty pleasure was revealed. She was mortified but grateful to him and this formed the basis of a pleasant friendship. When she shared her desire to teach school, he immediately went in to action to help her. In the springtime a letter arrived that could change everything. Wildflower Meadow is Book 15 in the Sawyerville mail order bride series. It is a clean and wholesome story about brave and courageous women looking for love in the wilds of Oregon in the late 1800's. For a listing of all the books in this series, please visit Debra Samms Author page: http://bit.ly/DebraSammsBooks

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 47 Pages (1,252 KB)
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Added: Aug 5th, 2020

Gunman's Rendezvous: A Western Trio by Max Brand (Skyhorse) Price verified 17 hours ago

A wounded gunslinger fights for his life in this collection of three classic stories from one of the most popular Western authors of all time! Luck is initially on Cheyenne's side in “Gunman's Bluff," as he manages to kill one Martin brother and wound the other in a shootout. But in the process, Cheyenne himself is shot in the shoulder, and it will be a while before he'll have use of his right hand. But with the Martin family immediately out for revenge, Cheyenne doesn't have time to heal, and he'll need more than just one good hand to keep him alive. “Torridon" tells the story of Paul Torridon, raised from the age of seven by his family's archrivals, the Bretts. Over the years the hatred between the local clans slows to a simmer, until one day a majestic Brett family colt becomes a one-man horse... to none other than Paul Torridon! Finally, in the title story, wealthy rancher Oliver Lane is believed to be near death. Lane's will calls for his entire fortune to be passed along to his drifter nephew, Sandy Lane, but only if Sandy should return before a set date. After that, it's all up for grabs for Henry Barnes, and Barnes is not one to leave such matters to chance! Max Brand has been captivating audiences for generations with his vivid tales of wild frontier exploits. Gunman's Rendezvous finds the legendary author in top form, spinning three edge-of-your-seat stories that find rugged heroes in life-and-death situations. 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 ...

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 208 Pages (1,425 KB)
Lending: Not Enabled
Added: Aug 4th, 2020

The Wolf Hunters & The Sequel - The Gold Hunters (Illustrated Edition): Thrilling Tales of Adventures in the Canadian Wilderness by James Oliver Curwood (Musaicum Books) 4.1 Stars (55 Reviews)    Price verified 3 hours ago

The Wolf Hunters - After managing to survive an attack by a pack of wolfs Roderick Drew becomes close friend with Wabigoon. Determined to earn some money to help his mother, young Rod travels to Canada to hunt and trap with his new friend. When Rod and Wabi get together with Mukoki, an old Indian guide and Wabi's cousin, three companions are ready to turn their faces to the adventures that await them in the great North. The Gold Hunters is the sequel of the story of friendship and discovery in the wilds of North America, between Roderick Drew, Wabigoon and Mukoki. After tracking and rescuing a kidnapped Indian princess three friends start the search of a gold mine, following a treasure map they found in the hand of a skeleton, a map that caused two Frenchmen to kill each other many years ago. James Oliver Curwood (1878-1927) was an American action-adventure writer and conservationist. His adventure writing followed in the tradition of Jack London. Like London, Curwood set many of his works in the wilds of the Great White North. He often took trips to the Canadian northwest which provided the inspiration for his wilderness adventure stories. At least eighteen movies have been based on or inspired by Curwood's novels and short stories.

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 149 Pages (1,738 KB)
Lending: Not Enabled
Added: Aug 4th, 2020

Her Prairie Knight, Lonesome Land & The Uphill Climb: Complete Western Trilogy by B. M. Bower (Musaicum Books) 3.8 Stars (7 Reviews)    Price verified 15 hours ago

Her Prairie Knight - Miss Beatrice Lansell is a high society lady from the East who goes to Montana for a visit to her brother's ranch. She is accompanied by Sir Redmond, a noble Englishman keen to marry her, but flirty Beatrice is not drawn to the idea of marriage. Her situation is getting more complicated when she meets a handsome cowboy neighbor, Keith Cameron. Lonesome Land - Valeria is a snobby girl from the East who arrives in Montana to marry Manley Fleetwood, the man she has been engaged to for three years. Valeria has done all she could to learn to be a good wife to a cowboy, but it seems that Manley is not a man for her anymore. She is unhappy until she meets and befriends Kent. The Uphill Climb - Josephine is a mysterious woman from back East, who has been thrown from her horse and has a badly sprained ankle. She gets rescued by Ford, wild but kind-hearted cowboy with a thing for whiskey, who seems to have got married the night before. Bertha Muzzy Bower (1871-1940) was an American author who wrote novels and short stories about the American Old West. She is best known for her first novel "Chip of the Flying U" about Flying U Ranch and the "Happy Family" of cowboys who lived there. The novel rocketed Bower to fame, and she wrote an entire series of novels set at the Flying U Ranch. Several of Bower's novels were turned into films.

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 90 Pages (2,032 KB)
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Added: Aug 3rd, 2020

A High Sierra Christmas: An Untold Tale of Jeremiah Johnson (A Lone Pine Western Book 1) by Mark Stephen Taylor (Createspace) 4.1 Stars (23 Reviews)    Price verified 16 hours ago

*HOLIDAY EDITION: 'A High Sierra Christmas' is a tale of the West, narrated in the 'old west' style. It's a story of Jeremiah Johnson and his 'later in life' adventures in the High Sierra-Nevada mountain range of California. Two old cowboys, looking for gold, seek out Johnson and ask him to guide them to their dreams across the rugged High Sierra. In this fireside tale, Jeremiah and his Indian friend, John Windwalker, embark on that adventure with his visiting young nieces, Carrie and Hannah, and his nephew, Marc. The group rides out on a difficult journey up the east side of the majestic, white granite range, headed toward Mineral King on its western slopes. But, when the bank in Big Pine is robbed, three lawless men in their getaway head up the trail right behind them. What happens next is a long way from what you might expect. For young and old alike, it's for sure a Christmas to remember. You'd best saddle up and ride along!

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 184 Pages (1,805 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Aug 3rd, 2020

Rimrock Trail: A Tale of the Arizona Ranch and the Three Musketeers of the Range by J. Allan Dunn (Musaicum Books) 4.0 Stars (2 Reviews)    Price verified 4 hours ago

This eBook edition of "Rimrock Trail" has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Excerpt: "The three partners, saddle-chums for years, ever seeking mutual employ, known through Texas and Arizona as the "Three Musketeers of the Range," sat on the porch of the ranch-house, discussing business and lighter matters. One year before they had pooled their savings and Sandy Bourke, youngest of the three and the most aggressive, coolest and swiftest of action, had gloriously bucked the faro tiger and won enough to buy the Three Star Ranch and certain rights of free range." J. Allan Dunn (1872-1941) was one of the high-producing writers of the American pulp fiction. He first made a name for himself in pulp magazine Adventure. He was a specialist in South Sea stories, and pirate tales. His main genres were adventure and western, but he also wrote a number of detective stories.

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 277 Pages (1,592 KB)
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Added: Aug 3rd, 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 one day 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: 1,146 Pages (2,321 KB)
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Added: Aug 3rd, 2020

Texas Ranger 2: Western Fiction Adventure (Capt. Bates) by Ash Lingam (Lawless Waters Publishing Co.) 4.5 Stars (52 Reviews)    Price verified 9 hours ago

Texas Ranger Captain Rowdy Bates rides to Kansas to chase the rustler who stole his horse, Sugar. In Wichita, he meets a young U.S. Marshal by the name of Jack Black, and they side-kick up to pursue and capture the Bill Whitley Outlaw Gang along with Brack Cornett, taking the lawmen back to Texas and eventually deep into Mexico in their pursuit. All the while back in Laredo, Victoria Lee Dupree awaits her trial and an almost certain sentence to hang by the neck for the murder of High Card Harry Brownstone -- an act perpetrated to protect the man she loved. Who is her secret love and will her beau arrive in time to save her from certain death?

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 142 Pages (4,403 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Aug 3rd, 2020

The Trail of the White Mule & Casey Ryan (Western Adventure Classics): Wild West Adventure Novels by B. M. Bower (Musaicum Books) 3.2 Stars (15 Reviews)    Price verified 5 hours ago

Casey Ryan is a stagecoach driver known for fighting, gambling and drinking, but also for being the fastest one there is. Once he trades his coach for a Ford, things take a turn for the worse and Casey finds himself without car, money and job. In order to get back on his feet, Casey decides to start the search for the legendary Injun Jim's gold mine. The Trail of the White Mule - Casey Ryan tried to settle down, but his restless spirit just couldn't take long. One day Casey bought a Ford and a tent, and went on a prospecting trip, leaving everything behind once again. Bertha Muzzy Bower (1871-1940) was an American author who wrote novels and short stories about the American Old West. She is best known for her first novel "Chip of the Flying U" about Flying U Ranch and the "Happy Family" of cowboys who lived there. The novel rocketed Bower to fame, and she wrote an entire series of novels set at the Flying U Ranch. Several of Bower's novels were turned into films.

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 151 Pages (1,739 KB)
Lending: Not Enabled
Added: Aug 3rd, 2020

The Greatest Works of Emerson Hough – 19 Books in One Volume (Illustrated Edition): Complete Young Alaskans Series, The Mississippi Bubble, The ... by Emerson Hough (Musaicum Books) Price verified 2 hours ago

Musaicum Books presents to you this carefully created volume of "The Greatest Works of Emerson Hough - 19 Books in One Volume (Illustrated Edition)" This ebook has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. 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: 498 Pages (18,475 KB)
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Added: Aug 2nd, 2020

The Red Well: A Western Trio by Max Brand (Skyhorse) 4.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified one hour ago

A thief has a change of heart after a robbery goes wrong and decides to return the money... at all costs! In “Bad News for Bad Men," Jimmy Jones is a ne'er-do-well with a trigger finger who has spent half his life raising hell. In hopes of turning his life around, Jimmy arrives to the town of Jasper, where his uncle has gotten him a job at the town newspaper. No longer a gunfighter, Jimmy is now an editor. But his uncle welcomes Jimmy with a warning: “The only news in Jasper is bad news." When Bill Genniver and his partner, Jerry Garlan, decide to hold up a stagecoach for some quick cash, the two outlaws quickly find themselves at odds. Garlan shoots down a horse to stop the stage, but Genniver takes it one step further when he shoots a passenger to get to the cash. With the cold-blooded money in their hands, Garlan's conscience gets the better of him. He regrets not only killing the horse, but the whole robbery too, and decides that somehow he has to do the right thing and return the money in “The Lion's Share." The title story introduces Jerry Finnegan, a rancher and a family man. But when Slade the outlaw and his band of misfits threaten to kill Finnegan and his family to steal the ranch, Finnegan calls out to Charlie Kimball for help. Kimball knows his friend is in trouble, and believes the real reason Slade wants the ranch is a special well on the property that just happens to turn the water blood red. 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 ...

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 208 Pages (1,292 KB)
Lending: Not Enabled
Added: Jul 24th, 2020

Red Fire: A Western Trio by Max Brand (Skyhorse) 4.6 Stars (3 Reviews)    Price verified 12 hours ago

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.

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 214 Pages (1,238 KB)
Lending: Not Enabled
Added: Jul 24th, 2020
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