Riders of the Silver Trail

      Franklin D. Lincoln
Riders of the Silver Trail

The Frontier G-Man is back. This time Jack Clayton finally comes face to face with the man responsible for high level government corruption that has sent him all over the west trying to stop tyranny and overthrow of the American way of life as we know it. This time our nation's currency is threatened and America's silver supply is being exhausted.A rhyme? A story book? A teaching tool for your child? Yes, yes, and yes! This is not just another book for you to read to your child. It’s a book that rhymes, and a book that introduces to your child a way to understand and deal with the emotion of anger. Designed for children ages three to six years of age, this story of a young boy’s frustration gives your child an introduction to self-control and appropriate forms of self-expression.

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    Wilderness

      Lancelot Schaubert
Wilderness

When a seventeen-year-old track star turns up mangled and dead on the switchback road by the Crescent Hotel, his poker crew grows suspicious of one another. Ebur, a retired cowboy, finds himself in the middle of a once-trustworthy group who all knew and loved Brady. Or did they?And can he trust them if they think he killed the boy?When a seventeen-year-old track star turns up mangled and dead on the switchback road by the Crescent Hotel, his poker crew grows suspicious of one another. Ebur, a retired cowboy, finds himself in the middle of a once-trustworthy group who all knew and loved Brady. Or did they?And can he trust them if they think he killed the boy?Covering the broad swatch of lifestyles and struggles in off-peak Eureka Springs, Wilderness asks hard questions about retired men and those who try to tame them.:: PRAISE FOR LANCELOT SCHAUBERT ::“Schaubert’s words have an immediacy, a potency, an intimacy that grab the reader by the collar and say ‘Listen, this is important!’ Probing the bones and gristle of humanity, his subjects challenge, but also offer insights into redemption if only we will stop and pay attention.”— Erika Robuck, National Bestselling Author of Hemingway’s Girl“Loved this story because Lance wrote about people who don't get written about enough and he did it with humor, compassion, and heart.”— Brian Slatterly, author of Lost Everything and editor of The New Haven Review“I’m such a fan of Lance Schaubert's work. His unique view of things and his life-wisdom enriches all he does. We're lucky to count him among our contributors.”— Therese Walsh, author of The Moon Sisters and Editorial Director of Writer Unboxed"Lancelot Schaubert exhibits his talents in many forms from poetic verse to lyrical prose to musical compositions, all the while infusing them with charisma, passion, and wit. A true creative, Schaubert is one to watch in the literary world."—Heather Webb, author of Rodin's Lover & Becoming Josephine“Lance Schaubert writes with conviction but without the cliché and bluster of the propaganda that is so common in this age of blogs and tweets. Here is a real practitioner of the craft who has the patience to pay attention. May his tribe increase!”— Jonathan Wilson Hartgrove, author of Common Prayer and The Awakening of Hope“Lancelot was the kind of student every writing teacher hopes to have in her class: attentive, thoughtful, a bit quirky, and innovative. Since his time in my classroom, he has continued to impress me. He ‘sees,’ and his essays, poetry, and fiction are full of details that enable his audience to see. Bravo, Lance.”— Jackina Stark, author of Things Worth Remembering and Tender Grace“[He writes] characters with distinctive personalities, multi-layered, and unpredictable. [They have] natural voices, succinct and unique to each character.”— The Missouri Scriptwriting Fellowship"Schaubert's narratives are emotionally stirring with both a vulnerable sensibility and rawness to them. They take you on a journey full of open wounds, intimate successes and personal delights. His words have a calmness, a natural ease but the meaning is always commanding and dynamic."— Natalie Gee, Brooklyn Film Festival

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    Soutee

      Dale Wiley
Soutee

Steve Soutee is a lawyer, a ladies man, a master gardener and chef, and the man you need in a pinch. When a bailiff runs off with $25,000, Soutee is hot on his trail at the behest of the judge, with a bevy of beauties, a paternity accusation and a new woman who just may know where the money is hidden.Steve Soutee is a lawyer, a ladies man, a master gardener and chef, and the man you need in a pinch. When a bailiff runs off with $25,000, Soutee is hot on his trail at the behest of the judge, with a bevy of beauties, a paternity accusation and a new woman who just may know where the money is hidden. Follow Soutee as he heads to Memphis with his Cadillac's eight track filled with great country tunes, 1979-style. Featuring a Soutee playlist so you can play along!

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    The Quadroon: Adventures in the Far West

      Mayne Reid
The Quadroon: Adventures in the Far West

The Quadroon - Adventures in the Far West is presented here in a high quality paperback edition. This popular classic work by Mayne Reid is in the English language, and may not include graphics or images from the original edition. If you enjoy the works of Mayne Reid then we highly recommend this publication for your book collection.

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    Way of the Lawless

      Max Brand
Way of the Lawless

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    Smoke Bellew

      Jack London
Smoke Bellew

Original blue-gray cloth with decoration and lettering in black and yellow on spine and front cover, octavo, 385 pp. Frontispiece and 7 monochrome plates by P. J. Monahan. A Klondike tale. BAL 11939, Sisson/Martens page 48.

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    Violet's Mail Order Husband (Montana Brides #1)

      Kate Whitsby
Violet's Mail Order Husband (Montana Brides #1)

Rocking Horse Ranch desperately needs cowboys, and Violet Kilburn and her two younger sisters agree to marry mail-order husbands to fill the void. But their guardian, Cornell Pollard, doesn't approve. When the sisters bring their intended grooms home, he makes life difficult for the three couples. The sisters' plan goes terribly wrong, and their budding romances face the ultimate test.A historical western cowboy romance about a mail order bride.This first episode of The Montana Brides introduces Violet, Iris and Rose Kilburn, Heiresses to the Kilburn family cattle fortune. Rocking Horse Ranch runs five thousand head of cattle but all the ranch hands are getting old. The sisters need someone to run the ranch, so the eldest sister Violet hatches the idea of getting mail order husbands for the three of them. There’s only one problem. Cornell Pollard, the sisters’ guardian and the executor of their estate, doesn’t approve. Violet must challenge Pollard and her own role as his ally to find love and gain control over her own life.The sisters pick up their prospective grooms from the train station and bring them back to the Ranch. The men stay in a neighboring house until the minister comes at the end of the week to marry them all. Things quickly start to go wrong. Everybody starts butting heads, and Violet finds herself embroiled in a family drama the likes of which Rocking Horse Ranch has never seen before. Will Violet’s plan to get married end in disaster, or can she and her sisters find love with a group of strange men? Are these men what they appear to be, or is something more sinister at work?

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    Nick Stolter

      Lee Anne Wonnacott
Nick Stolter

They wanted his horses, his life, and his money. Hell-bent outlaws and opportunists dogged Nick Stolter’s trail headed towards home. His wounds, feisty yearling horses, and lousy weather pile on top of catastrophe and heartbreak. Will his own fortitude and a couple of lucky breaks be enough to see him home? Or will a bullet catch him on the trail?Nick Stolter harvested the glory from his championship rodeo years and began a successful cutting horse ranch in Southern California. He married his sweetheart and their family began with joy and tragedy.Fifteen years Nick and family have struggled and an ugly secret begins to rear its head inside the horseman. Only when a long-lost friend appeared at the doorstep is any hope ignited.A horse roundup in the wilds of Arizona means days in the saddle, a chance at gold, and new breeding stock. A new start for the family comes at a catastrophic price to him and his loved ones.Instead of being gone the promised ten days, Nick embarks on a month of hell as he tries to get back to his family. The year is 1860 and the west is still very wild. Some will live, some will die and some will never be the same.

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    The Lady in the Mist (The Western Werewolf Legend #1)

      Catherine Wolffe
The Lady in the Mist (The Western Werewolf Legend #1)

The Civil War took Sonja Brooks' husband and left her alone. Unprotected and scared, she runs headlong into a life changing event when she's attacked by a pack of wolves. Her fate as a werewolf is sealed. When she stumbles upon Ty Loflin, a Rebel solider dying of his wounds, she nurses him back to health. He's the perfect mate, but will he want her once he knows the truth?The Civil War took Sonja Brooks' husband and left her alone. Unprotected and scared, she runs headlong into a life changing event when she's attacked by a pack of wolves. Her fate as a werewolf is sealed. When she stumbles upon Ty Loflin, a Rebel solider dying of his wounds, she nurses him back to health. He's the perfect mate, but will he want her once he knows the truth? In Book 1 of this new series by Award-winning author Catherine Wolffe, the Western Werewolf Legend weaves a new blend of western romance with paranormal elements involving werewolves and vampires.

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    The Crossed Guns

      Russ Durbin
The Crossed Guns

"...the crossed guns in Mr. Howard's parlor drew me like a magnet." That how my grandfather began his favorite story. His pa, my great-grandfather, had been the marshal of a quiet Ozark town that one day erupted in gunfire and an old-fashioned shootout. As a 10-year-old, my grandfather witnessed the gun battle. (This fictionalized account is loosely based on the assassination of Jesse James.)"I reckon nearly all young boys ...have had a fascination for guns, and I was no exception...the crossed guns on the west wall of Mr. Howard's parlor drew me like a magnet." That's how my grandfather started his favorite story. His pa, my great-grandfather, had been the marshal of a quiet little Ozark town that one day erupted in gunfire. As a 10-year-old, my grandfather witnessed the gun battle.(This fictionalized account is loosely based on the assassination of Jesse James.)

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    Trailin'!

      Max Brand
Trailin!

"I love Max Brand," said Stephen King. The master of horror is not alone, for the ace of horse operas continues to attract new readers. Trailin' was an early novel full of the gusto and terse, fresh style that would make Brand's reputation.A Wild West story, Trailin' opens in Madison Square Garden, where Anthony Woodbury accepts a challenge to ride a killer horse. When the man supposed to be his father is murdered, Woodbury follows the trail of the slayer west. As he pursues the secret of his birth, he takes huge risks that only a tenderfoot would entertain. "The story undeniably grips," wrote the reviewer for Anteneum when it was first published in 19200. Shortly after, popular star of western films Tom Mix appeared in a movie version.

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    Nan's Journey

      Elaine Littau
Nan's Journey

Desperate to save her life and that of her five-year-old brother, Nan packs and flees an abusive home, embarking on a journey that will test her faith, determination, and spirit. Set in the 1800s, Nan’s Journey, follows Nan and her brother, Elmer, as they seek safety.Desperate to save her life and that of her five-year-old brother, Nan packs and flees an abusive home, embarking on a journey that will test her faith, determination, and spirit. Set in the 1800s, Nan’s Journey, follows Nan and her brother, Elmer, as they seek safety and find refuge and hope in the arms of a family of strangers—including Fred Young, a disgruntled preacher turned mountain man, who reaches out to help, only to find a hope and love renewed in his own heart. In her first novel, author Elaine Littau weaves memorable characters into the vivid background of the wild, unsettled heart of America, presenting readers with the timeless struggle of overcoming adversity, and seeking hope above all through Nan’s Journey

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    A Daughter of the Sioux: A Tale of the Indian frontier

      Charles King
A Daughter of the Sioux: A Tale of the Indian frontier

A Daughter of the Sioux - A Tale of the Indian frontier is presented here in a high quality paperback edition. This popular classic work by Charles King is in the English language, and may not include graphics or images from the original edition. If you enjoy the works of Charles King then we highly recommend this publication for your book collection.

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    Ridge

      Stephanie Payne Hurt
Ridge

The oldest son of the Cauthen brood and the hardest of all the siblings. After two tours in Iraq, he returns to the 5 Oaks Ranch to take his place in the business. But he struggles with nightmares and the memories of everything he’s seen in the last seven years. Always the toughest of the siblings, he’s turned hard edged and even harder to get close to. When the new veterinarian comes in and startThe oldest son of the Cauthen brood and the hardest of all the siblings. After two tours in Iraq, he returns to the 5 Oaks Ranch to take his place in the business. But he struggles with nightmares and the memories of everything he’s seen in the last seven years. Always the toughest of the siblings, he’s turned hard edged and even harder to get close to. When the new veterinarian comes in and starts to chisel her way through his stone façade Ridge tries to ignore the electricity that sparks between them. Find out what happens to the Oldest of the Cauthen siblings from the 5 Oaks Ranch.

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