Comanche Moon (Lonesome Dove Story, Book 2)

By Larry McMurtry

The epic four-volume cycle that all started with Larry McMurty's Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece, Lonesome Dove, is done with this terrific and haunting novel - a capstone in a amazing culture of storytelling.

Texas Rangers August McCrae and Woodrow F. name, now of their heart years, are only commencing to care for the enigmas of the grownup center - Gus together with his nice love, Clara Forsythe; and get in touch with with Maggie Tilton, the younger whore who loves him. proud yet very assorted males, they enlist with a Ranger troop in pursuit of Buffalo Hump, the nice Comanche battle leader; Kicking Wolf, the prestigious Comanche horse thief; and a perilous Mexican bandit king with a penchant for torture.

Comanche Moon joins the twenty-year time line among lifeless Man's stroll and Lonesome Dove, following liked heroes Gus and phone and their comrades-in-arms - Deets, Jake Spoon, and Pea Eye Parker - of their sour fight to guard an advancing Western frontier opposed to the defiant Comanches, courageously made up our minds to shield their territory and their lifestyle.

right now vividly imagined and unflinchingly practical, Comanche Moon is a sweeping, heroic event packed with tragedy, cruelty, braveness, honor and betrayal - and the end result of Larry McMurty's peerless imaginative and prescient of the yankee West.

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Thoroughbreds and Trailer Trash

By Bev Pettersen

Jenna Murphy, a committed horse masseuse, will depend on her activity and highway smarts to help what's such a lot important...her more youthful sister. but if the Thoroughbred wellbeing heart studies a opposed takeover headed by means of an enthralling yet ruthless company shark, either her middle and occupation are in jeopardy.

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Bowie's Knife (Trailsman, Book 381)

By Jon Sharpe

THE ONE AND ONLY

There's not anyone who hasn't heard of Jim Bowie and his mythical knife. And Skye Fargo's been employed to steer a brother and sister to the border to buy the particular pig sticky label dealt with through Bowie himself. yet there are others after the blade. And the Trailsman must be a reduce above the contest if anyone's going to outlive.

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A Million Ways to Die in the West

By Seth MacFarlane

From the writer of Family Guy and director of Ted comes a hilarious first novel that reinvents the Western.
 
Mild-mannered sheep farmer Albert Stark is bored to death with the cruel lifetime of the yank frontier, the place it kind of feels every little thing and whatever can kill you: Duels at excessive midday. Barroom brawls. toxic snakes. Cholera-infected ingesting water. Tumbleweed abrasion. anything known as “toe-foot.” Even a visit to the outhouse. sure, there are 1000000 how one can die within the wild, wild West, and Albert plans to prevent all of them. a few humans imagine that makes him a coward. Albert calls it good judgment. but if his female friend dumps him for the main unbearable man on the town, Albert comes to a decision to struggle back—even although he can’t shoot, trip, or throw a punch. thankfully, he groups up with a gorgeous gunslinger who’s difficult adequate for the either one of them. Unfortunately, she’s married to the largest, meanest, so much jealous badass at the frontier. seems Albert has simply found one million and one how one can die within the West.

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Range War in Whiskey Hill

By Charles G. West

Virtually ten years in the past, eighteen-year-old Colt McCrae used to be despatched to reformatory for against the law he did not dedicate. whilst his estranged father is murdered, he's published, and returns to Whiskey Hill, Wyoming. he isn't welcome by means of each person. Colt ability trouble--because he understands who killed his father. Ruthless diversity baron Frank Drummond wishes the land and should bury somebody who dares oppose him. yet Colt is not any longer a child with a chip on his shoulder. he is a prison-hardened guy with a brain for justice?

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West of Dodge (Louis L'Amour)

By Louis L'Amour

L'Amour is likely one of the best-loved novelists of all time, yet his brief tales validated his popularity within the golden age of magazines dedicated to fiction--and his output was once prodigious and eclectic.  Now comes a suite of fourteen tales, newly unearthed gem stones that experience by no means seemed in print formerly, during this exceptional collection.

Here is the awe-inspiring average ask yourself of the West and the rugged women and men who carved out their locations amid its majesty, which L'Amour used to be uniquely capable of conjure for hundreds of thousands of readers the realm over.  Here are stories which upward thrust as proudly as a mountain height, and sing as softly as a lone campfire; which pit courageous humans opposed to either uncooked nature and human nature; which catch the West with an unrivaled energy that simply reaches ahead to captivate readers in our time.  Here is an undiscovered treasure trove of Louis L'Amour tales, by no means sooner than released in e-book shape, certain to enthrall every person who loves the nice American frontier.

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Bullets Over Bedlam (Rogue Lawman, Book 4)

By Peter Brandvold

Once a lawman, regularly a lawman. the single edition is whose legislation you follow.

U.S. Marshal Flagg will not allow Gideon Hawk, as soon as deputy marshal, now Rogue Lawman, slip via his hands. He follows Hawk to his hideout in Bedlam, decided to seize him. yet he doesn't be aware of that Hawk has assistance from an outdated nemesis on his facet, a lady who is aware the texture of his touch-and the texture of a gun. And what he doesn't be aware of might damage him.

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Gunsmoke for McAllister

By Matt Chisholm

The sheriff used to be a violent, crooked guy. He traded in demise -- and regularly confirmed a revenue. His mine within the Arizona hills used to be a type of hell on the earth, guarded by way of hard-bitten desperadoes. throughout lurked the lethal Apache, as deadly and speedy to strike as rattlers. someplace within the mine was once McAllister's neighbors. He needed to be busted free sooner than it was once too overdue.

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