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- Random House Publishing Group 2004; US$ 5.99
?If a man won?t fight for what is rightly his, then he ain?t much account.? With this challenge from his dying father, young Shell Tucker rode out after three men who had stolen the twenty thousand dollars his father was carrying. Two of the men he hunted, Doc Sites and Kid Reese, were his friends. Dreaming of adventure, Tucker had wanted to join their... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2004; US$ 5.99
Val Darrant was just four years old the snowy night his mother abandoned him. But instead of meeting a lonely death, he met Will Reilly?a gentleman, a gambler, and a worldly, self-taught scholar. For ten years they each were all the family the other had, traveling from dusty American boomtowns to the cities of Europe?until the day Reilly?s luck ran... more...
- HarperCollins 2011; US$ 8.99
?A gorgeous, wise, riveting work of, among other things, cowboy noir?Honestly, I can?t recall ever being this fond of a pair of psychopaths.? ?David Wroblewski, New York Times bestselling author of The Story of Edgar Sawtelle ?A masterful, hilarious picaresque that keeps company with the best of Charles Portis and Mark Twain?a relentlessly... more...
- HarperCollins 2012; US$ 9.99
At once intimate and epic, The Orchardist is historical fiction at its best, in the grand literary tradition of William Faulkner, Marilynne Robinson, Michael Ondaatje, Annie Proulx, and Toni Morrison. In her stunningly original and haunting debut novel, Amanda Coplin evokes a powerful sense of place, mixing tenderness and violence as she spins... more...
- Harlequin 2013; US$ 4.74
A Texas Cattleman's Club tale of best friends falling in love Royal, Texas, is the perfect place for rodeo star Ryan Grant to slow down and finally show Piper Kindred she's the woman for him. When an accident sends Piper rushing to take care of him, her sexy bedside manner suggests to Ryan that seducing his best friend will be easier than he'd expected. ... more...
- Kensington 2015; US$ 7.13
The Greatest Western Writer Of The 21st Century From America's most popular, bestselling Western writer, each novel in this brilliant new series follows the trail of a different gun--each gun with its own fiery story to tell. On the American frontier, every gun tells a story. A boy in Texas waits for a Christmas present he chose from a Montgomery... more...
- Tom Doherty Associates 2015; US$ 10.99 US$ 8.79
Riders of the Purple Sage Zane Grey's most enduring classic--the book that invented the myth of the American West. In the little village of Cottonwoods, Utah, Mormon rancher Jane Withersteen endures persecution, religious zealots, and cattle rustlers trying to prey on her land. Aided by Lassiter, the famous gunman, Jane and her friends must... more...
- The Floating Press 2011; US$ 3.99
If you can't get enough of action-adventure stories of pioneer life in the American West, dive into this tale from Bret Harte, one of the most renowned documenters of the era. In A Waif of the Plains, Harte recounts the story of an orphan traveling the Oregon Trail in the 1850s. more...
- The Floating Press 1920; US$ 3.99
This adventure-packed romp is chock-full of the classic elements that made James Oliver Curwood one of the world's most popular writers in the early twentieth century. The protagonist, Sergeant Kent, is a Canadian Mountie known for his world-class trapping skills. Torn between loyalty to a friend and love for famous beauty Marette, Kent is forced into... more...
- The Floating Press 1922; US$ 3.99
Acclaimed Western writer Emerson Hough died only days after attending the premiere of the movie based on his novel The Covered Wagon. The story follows a caravan of early settlers as they make their way from the Midwest to the Pacific coastline. The novel offers a fascinating glimpse into the lives of pioneers. more...