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Book Description The fury of the Wild West explodes in this thrilling dramatization of the Louis L'Amour classic Grub Line Rider. Most folks would call Kim Sartain an easygoing, peace-loving man. But the few who crossed the young drifter knew there was nothing he liked better than a good fight. When cattleman Jim Targ challenges Sartain's right to ride across an unclaimed stretch of meadow, Sartain decides he'll do better than ride through: He'll put down stakes there and homestead the land. Soon there's more at risk than land and pride when Targ hires a gunman to teach Sartain a permanent--and deadly--lesson.
Seven of Louis L'Amour's finest western stories, restored to their original magazine versions.
Forged in dime novels, Wild West shows, and Hollywood films, the image of the American cowboy is largely a myth. But behind it were real men whose hard work and hard play, stoic toughness, and code of honor helped tame the American West. The epic cattle drives that were so much a part of the cowboys' heyday lasted only an astonishingly brief two decades. But the cowboy is still a basic part of the American character. Here, from historian Grayson Wyatt, is their surprising and little-told story.
E. C. Abbott was a cowboy in the great days of the 1870's and 1880's. He came up the trail to Montana from Texas with the long-horned herds which were to stock the northern ranges; he punched cows in Montana when there wasn't a fence in the territory; and he married a daughter of Granville Stuart, the famous early-day stockman and Montana pioneer. For more than fifty years he was known to cowmen from Texas to Alberta as "Teddy Blue." This is his story, as told to Helena Huntington Smith, who says that the book is "all Teddy Blue. My part was to keep out of the way and not mess it up by being literary.... Because the cowboy flourished in the middle of the Victorian age, which is certainly a funny paradox, no realistic picture of him was ever drawn in his own day. Here is a self-portrait by a cowboy which is full and honest." And Teddy Blue himself says, "Other old-timers have told all about stampedes and swimming rivers and what a terrible time we had, but they never put in any of the fun, and fun was at least half of it." So here it is—the cowboy classic, with the "terrible" times and the "fun" which have entertained readers everywhere. First published in 1939, We Pointed Them North has been brought back into print by the University of Oklahoma Press in completely new format, with drawings by Nick Eggenhofer, and with the full, original text.
Saddle the horses and round up the posse -- it's time for another ride through the Old West with four more great western novels! Here are: Sudden Bill Dorn, by Jackson Gregory... They were made for fighting and loving: Bill Dorn, hard-bitten cowman facing the loss of his ranch to a friend turned outlaw, and Lorna Kent, a stranger in Nacional, wanted for murder yet claiming to be the heiress to a deserted ranch... Border Ambush, by Walker A. Tompkins... Seeking to avenge a murder and destroy an outlaw empire, Doug Redding scoured the wastelands in search of a hidden canyon where a notorious rustler holed up between raids! Killers Two (aka "Keep Off My Ranch"), by Allan K. Echols... A lone rancher pits his guts against the fast guns of two rustlers! Bullet Range, by Will Cook... "A tough, gutsy tale of a range that lived by the gun. Top flight!" -- Real Magazine If you enjoy this ebook, don't forget to search your favorite ebook store for "Wildside Press Megapack" to see more of the 260+ volumes in this series, covering adventure, historical fiction, mysteries, westerns, ghost stories, science fiction -- and much, much more!
1880s Wyoming territory -- As strong as the ranch she runs, widow Rachel Terhune has one dream—to fulfill the legacy she inherited from her father. Hiring Nick Dusaq has nothing to do with the fierce pull between them and everything to do with saving her land. The solitary cowboy recognizes a kindred heart scarred by cruelty. He would ride away – he should ride away – if only her ranch didn’t need him so damned badly. Her ranch — not the widow woman like none he’s encountered before — is the only need he’ll let himself consider. Passion as powerful as the harsh beauty of the land around them bonds Rachel, the widow woman devoting every bit of her strength and courage to holding onto her Wyoming Territory ranch, and Nick, the loner cowhand with dreams of his own. Yes, they have passion. But does it hold the promise of healing and love or the destruction of dreams? - - - - “... a strong woman, a dark tormented man, and a love as fierce and irresistible as the Wyoming wind." ~ Mary Jo Putney, New York Times bestselling author “One of the most entertaining and interesting western historicals I’ve read in a long time.” ~ Cathy Sova, The Romance Reader "A moving confirmation of the healing power of love" --Romantic Times "Incredibly powerful" ... "An unforgettable read" ... "The characters are so real you come to know them personally. It's a book you won't want to end." -- 5-star reviews "Wow!... a romance that sizzles!...Powerful love story... Excellent!" -- Rendezvous "Splendid!" -- Bell, Book and Candle Another western historical romance from Patricia McLinn: Courting a Cowboy * Or get both Courting a Cowboy and Widow Woman in the boxed set To Love a Cowboy
This is a gripping, fast action tale that takes place in the dangerous and exciting time of the Texas Territory during the late 1840's. A time of marauding Indians, cattle barons, rustlers, gun fighters and con men, all striving to survive. Jed Garrett is returning to this clash of cultures after serving in the Mexican-American War. It is guaranteed to hold your interest from beginning to end. "This is no time to be stupid," he reasoned as he ducked down lower, knowing he was obviously out manned. Even though his firepower was superior, it still would not be much help against all of those braves. And even with his repeating Colt, he knew he couldn't escape if they circled and attacked. It was definitely a losing situation. Cautiously he watched and saw they were tracking something ahead of them! With a start, he realized, "Oh, my God! It's me!"

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