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Dancing With The Elephants by Jill Ireland 4.1 Stars (22 Reviews)    Price verified one day ago

Delilah O'Reilly is a bright, beautiful,young woman attending school at the Annex, the sister school of Harvard, in 1890. She lives happily with her father; her mother's demise having coincided with her birth. She is wooed by a handsome, wealthy older man and when they marry, she feels as if she is living a fairy tale; her already perfect life acheiving unimagined heights. The euphoria is short lived and she discovers that her husband is not merely manipulative and possessive, he is an abusive monster. She flees Boston and his sadistic cruelty, fearing for her life. She seeks obscuity in the vastness of the Wild West, alone and equipped with only her desperation and her horse. Dancing with the Elephants is a suspenseful, romantic adventure that follows her terror and triumphs as she struggles to forge a path through the wilderness. Author's note: I apologize to the previous reader' who endured a humiliatingly number of typographical errors. I have made great effort to correct this, and hope subsequent reader's will be spared that annoyance.. So sorry. sincerely, Jill Ireland

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 767 Pages (1,317 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Aug 2nd, 2020

The Dead Kid by Trevor Fairbanks (Telstar Literature) 5.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 15 hours ago

GREAT EXPECTATIONS IN THE OLD WEST!!! Jasper is a geek working for the Barnes & Sons circus. When a mysterious benefactor suddenly frees him from his old life, he finds himself on an insane quest to kill the most dangerous man alive, the outlaw Gordon Naught. But what he finds at the end of the murder trail will change him forever. Along the way, Jasper meets several characters whom one would not expect to meet in the old west. From homosexual dwarfs to black Indians, savage pimps and vengeful Mormons, THE DEAD KID is a decidedly different sort of western, a novel that is based on myth more than fact.

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 308 Pages (447 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Aug 2nd, 2020

Massacre at Agua Caliente: A Western Tragedy by Craig Rainey (Craig Rainey Publishing) 4.7 Stars (4 Reviews)    Price verified 23 hours ago

Craig Rainey's debut novel, Massacre at Agua Caliente, is based upon the award-winning screenplay of the same name. Masterfully written in the unique style of turn-of-the-century western authors, the action-packed story is beautifully crafted with rich description and colorfully authentic dialogue. Massacre at Agua Caliente has been favorably reviewed by critics and readers alike for its unique story, writing style and interesting characters that leap from the page and make the reader care about them. The story is told through the eyes of the supporting characters, casting the main character, Boyd Hutton, in a shroud of mystery which never reveals his thoughts or ambitions. Only his actions give the reader any indication of his thoughts and motivations. Boyd Hutton is a desperate and ruthless outlaw, known for his swift and deadly actions. His latest crime, the attempted robbery of the most secure bank in the western territories, ends with the destruction of his devoted gang of outlaws. Alone, he flees a posse and Texas Rangers. He is joined along the way by the young Cab Jackson, who helps the outlaw across the Rio Grande into Mexico where Hutton continues his crime wave. One evening Hutton and Jackson happen upon a Quinceanera where Alida, the daughter of a powerful Mexican official, is being celebrated. Hutton encounters Juliana, Alida's elder sister. Unexpectedly, Juliana's interest in the tall stranger turns into a desperate fight for her life as Hutton kidnaps her and eludes the immediate pursuit of her father's men. Juliana will learn that despite the efforts of her father, the Mexican army, and relentless bounty hunters, she will have to rely on a courage and inner strength she never knew she possessed. Torn from her life of luxury and privilege, her life on the run in an unforgiving wilderness changes her. As the kidnappers elude desperate rescue efforts, Juliana presents Hutton an opponent unlike any he has ever before faced. Before the end of her ordeal, ...

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 335 Pages (3,312 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Jul 31st, 2020

Blood and Glory: A Wild West Omnibus by John Glasby (Lume Books) 4.6 Stars (4 Reviews)    Price verified one day ago

Three of John Glasby's bestselling western adventures are now available in this never seen before collective edition, Blood and Glory JUSTICE AT RED RIVER Benton was a quiet, peaceful town, at least until Witney Foran moved in. Then the rustling and the lynchings started, with Foran threatening to take over the whole territory. Backed by professional gunmen and the so-called bounty hunters who operated on the fringes of the law, he foresaw no trouble. There was only one seasoned gunfighter to lead the townsfolk in their stand against tyranny - Frank Condor... SOLE SURVIVOR Twin Buttes needs a new sheriff. Local thug Bart Gruber seems to have his own ideas about who the next one should be. But when his men attack a nearby wagon train, they do not expect one man to survive - Steve Yarborough. Now Steve is out for revenge and, with help from the locals, he might just get it... SIEGE TOWN The local Sheriff has called in notorious gunslinger, Rick Hartnell, to drive the outlaws from Hammer Bend. Rick has a dark past but a steady hand and he gets the job done soon enough, ambushing the infamous Lenniger Gang. That should have been the end of it. But what's left of Lenniger's gang are out for blood... Praise for John Glasby 'A thrilling read.' - Robert Foster, acclaimed author of The Lunar Code. John Glasby was born in 1928, and graduated from University with an honours degree in Chemistry. He started his career as a research chemist for I.C.I, in 1952, and worked for them until his retirement. During the early 1960s, Glasby wrote dozens of paperback westerns, all of which were reprinted in hardcover and paperback four decades later. Following his retirement from I.C.I., Glasby produced a steady stream of new westerns, science fiction and crime novels, right up to his death in 2010.

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 380 Pages (1,061 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Jul 30th, 2020

All Guns Blazing: A Wild West Omnibus by Alan David (Lume Books) 4.4 Stars (12 Reviews)    Price verified 2 days ago

All Guns Blazing sees three of Alan David's bestselling westerns brought together for the very first time in this must have action-filled collection. BULLETS AT SUNSET Steve Jory inherits the Broken J cattle ranch from his uncle not soon after his old job as a gun for hire comes to an abrupt end. He rides into Bowie County to take over the ranch, hoping to leave his grim past behind him and find some sort of future for himself. But Jory soon discovers that taking over his uncle's path is no easy assignment. Land grabbing greed has overwhelmed the local ranchers, and Bowie County is rife with trouble. Jory's arrival brings things to a head and in no time at all, he finds himself up against Ben Sharkey - an expansionist rancher who is used to getting what he wants... WILD MEN Trouble is looming for Steve Blaine... When three outlaws arrive at the family ranch he runs with his father, Heck, all manner of hell breaks loose. The Blaines settled legally on the land years ago, but their neighbour - Zeke Coppard - always regarded it as his own. But that's not all. Tensions mount when a secret Heck has been keeping for over twenty years finally comes to the surface, threatening to destroy everything that Steve holds dear... COYOTE BREED When Chet Boardman, Texas Ranger, arrives in Burnt Hill hot on the trail of the ruthless Coyote gang, he doesn't expect to run into them so quickly. But they get the drop on him and leave him bleeding to death in the desert. But it takes more than that to finish off Chet Boardman. Now he's not just after the gang, but revenge as well. Five rangers have already been killed by The Coyotes and Chet Boardman is going to have to keep his wits about him and his identity to himself, if he doesn't want to be the sixth... Praise for Alan David 'A must-read collection of western adventures.' - Tom Kasey, bestselling author of Trade Off. Alan David is a prolific writer of over 500 novels in a wide range of genres, from classic ...

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 351 Pages (1,140 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Jul 29th, 2020

The Cowboy's Summer Love (Grass Valley Cowboys Book 3) by Shanna Hatfield (Wholesome Hearts Publishing) 4.8 Stars (139 Reviews)    Price verified one day ago

Wild and unpredictable, Travis doesn't want tied down Until he encounters the girl who gives him roots... After six years in the service and two tours of duty in the middle of a war zone, Travis Thompson eagerly returns home to Grass Valley, ready to resume his life on the Triple T Ranch with his two older brothers. Ever the wild-child, Travis doesn't disappoint as he rolls from one adventure to another in his quest to keep his adrenaline pumping. He needs a release for the tension constantly building inside him, especially after he discovers the girl he's loved his entire life just moved back to Grass Valley. In love with Travis Thompson since she was old enough to notice boys, Tess Morgan can't stay away from him no matter how hard she tries. Convinced Travis sees her only as his best friend's sister, she wants him to realize she is the woman who could love him deeply and passionately. Will the two of them finally surrender to love? Anything is possible as summer spins its spell at the Triple T! Read all the books in the series! * The Cowboy's Christmas Plan - Trey Thompson just wanted a housekeeper and cook. He never planned on falling in love with Cadence Greer. She takes the job, right along with his heart. * The Cowboy's Spring Romance - Trent Thompson is confident, laid-back, and easy going except when he's around Lindsay Pierce. He's definitely met his match in the lovely school teacher. * The Cowboy's Summer Love - Travis Thompson has loved Tess Morgan as long as he can remember. When they both return home to Grass Valley, the pull of attraction to one another is so strong it's about to throw them off kilter. * The Cowboy's Autumn Fall - Brice Morgan thinks love at first sight is for idiots, at least until he meets Bailey Bishop and falls head over heels for the serious, career-minded girl. * The Cowboy's New Heart - Denni Thompson emphatically declares herself too old to love again. Then she meets hunky Hart Hammond and decides to give ...

Genre: Westerns [x]
Length: 401 Pages (2,232 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Jul 29th, 2020
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