London: Pan Books. Very Good; Original price sticker to front cover, some foxing to covers . and eges of reading block. ; Nice tight copy, no names inside, appears . unread. Cover artwork by Shannon Stirnweis. Heavy book and priced . accordingly.. 1986. Reprint. Paperback. First Printing; 848 pages; Winner of the 1986 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. The tale of an epic cattle drive as a group of retired Texas Rangers take a herd of cattle from Texas to Montana. ; 0330294059 .
London: Corgi. Good+; Some reading and cover creases, some edge and shelf wear with tiny . split to base of spine. Some foxing to inside covers, endpapers and edges . of reading block. ; Corgi SW1235. First UK paperback edition. Nice tight . copy, no names inside. Cover artwork uncredited. Scarce in this edition.. 1962. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . First Printing; 160 pages; The small isolated town of Gunlock was controlled by Temple Manly, a rancher and some said a killer too. His version of justice for any crime was a hanging. So when the local Express ofiice was robbed Manly led the posse in pursuit. Men like Harry Buck didn't like it but Manly owned the town, and the law, and the money. So they went along. But when rebellion came, it came with the suddenness and ferocity of a storm. As the thunderheads piled high over the blood-red hills of the badlands, all hell broke loose. .
Bridlington: Bridbooks. Very Good; Slight surface loss to front cover, sticker tear to rear cover, . cocked spine, ink Initials to front endpaper. Some foxing to inside . covers, endpapers and edges of reading block. ; Nice tight copy. Cover . artwork uncredited. Undated but assumed early 1970s.. 1971. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . 160 pages; A tough tale of the old West. Jan Jenssen left Laredo vowing to never set foot in the town again. But he left Laredo in dubious company, and was soon bitterly to regret his rash decision. .
Bridlington: Bridbooks. Very Good; Slightly slanted spine. Some foxing to inside covers, endpapers . and edges of reading block. ; Nice tight copy. Cover artwork uncredited. . Undated but assumed early 1970s.. 1971. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . 128 pages; Sam Benson lost his inheritence when twelve thousand dollars in gold had slipped through his fingers. But he'd never regarded that bit of clumsiness as anything but unfinished business. Now he'd returned to the scene of his folly with a quick gun and one purpose on his mind - to find out what really happened that fateful day. .
London: Sphere Books Limited. Very Good-; Some cover creases, some foxing to inside covers, endpapers . and edges of reading block. ; Nice tight copy, no names inside. Cover . artwork uncredited.. 1977. First Edition. Paperback. Mass Market PB . First Printing; The Gunslinger Series; Vol. 1; 144 pages; John Ryker was a gunsmith, one of the best. Then one day he sold a man a gun, a Derringer, a gun that killed a President. An incident that set Ryker on a trial of vengence that would test his skill with a gun to the very limit. And so a gunsmith became a killer, one whose mastery of all aspects of a gun would make him one of the most deadly...; 0722150091 .
London: Bantam Books. Very Good; Light reading creases, remains of large sticker to rear cover, . rear endpaper partially toned. ; Nice tight copy, no names inside. . Internal map by Alan and William McKnight. Cover artwork based on a scene . from the 1953 movie starring John Wayne as Hondo Lane confronting Apache . war band.. 1988. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . Twelfth Printing; 192 pages; He was a big man, wide-shouldered, with the lean, hard-boned face of the desert rider. There was no softness to him. His toughness was ingrained and deep, without cruelty, yet quick, hard and dangerous. Whateve wells of softness lay within him were guarded and deep. He was Hondo Lane, a man not soon forgotten by those he encountered on the trail. Novelisation of the 1953 film based on Louis L'Amour's original short story The Gift of Cochise. ; 0553280902 .
Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England: Penguin Books. Very Good+; Minor shelf wear. ; Nice tight flat copy, no names or marks . inside, appears unread.. 1995. Reprint. Paperback. First Printing; 208 pages; An injured outlaw on the run, stumbles across the trapped survivors of an Apache ambush deep in the desert of New Mexico, three nuns and seven orphan children. Sister St Agnes is convinced Nat Swanson has been sent by God to rescue them. Swanson is equally convinced that the best they can hope for is not to be taken alive. ; 0140238948 .
New York: Penguin Books. Very Good; Light toning to inside covers and endpapers. ; Nice tight flat . copy, no names inside, appears unread. Cover artwork by Christopher . Zacharow.. 1986. Reprint. Paperback. First Printing; Penguin Contemporary American Fiction; 192 pages; Author's first novel and the book on which the classic movie Hud was based. Set in Texas just after World War Two and depicting the conflict between the Old West and the new. Homer Bannon is an old-time cattleman who epitomizes the frontier values of honesty and decency, whilst his unscrupulous stepson, Hud, is self-centred and ruthless. The story told from the perspective of young Lonnie Bannon who looks up to them both as role models, but which of them will he choose? ; 0140046917 .
London: Hodder & Stoughton. Fair with no dust jacket; Missing DJ, corners bumped and rubbed, tape . reair to front gutter, gutter cracked at title and prior to final page of . text, ink numerals to rear endpaper, some foxing. ; Red blind embossed . cloth boards with black lettering to spine. Reading copy only.. 1949. First British Edition. Hardcover. Second Printing; 288 pages; Originally published in six episodes in the Western Story Magazine as Gun Pearl Trial and issued in full in America under the alternate title Vengeance Trail. .
London: Hodder & Stoughton. Very Good; Light cover creases and edge wear, ink initials to front . endpaper. ; First printing of reset Hodder Yellow Jacket edition C189. . Cover artwork uncredited.. 1955. Reprint. Paperback. First Printing; 192 pages; Another great tale of the West set in Utah where horse wrangler Chane Weymer pits his wits against a group of horse thieves that have descended upon his camp, whilst trying to track down the elusive wild mustang Panquitch on the slopes and canyons surrounding Wild Horse Mesa. .
London: Mayflower. Good; Some reading and cover creases, some shelf and edge wear with splits . to base of lightly sunned spine, paper starting to tone, marginal writing . to p79. ; Good reading copy, no names inside. Cover photo of Richard . Harris from the movie adaptation.. 1969. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . First Printing; 160 pages; Collection of eleven short stories with a forward by Jack Schaefer. ; 0583103936 .
London: Coronet. Very Good+; Light shelf and edge wear. ; Nice tight copy , no names or . marks inside, appears unread. Cover design uncredited.. 1972. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . First Printing; 384 pages; Fort Bandolier had been condemned to die - by the power-lust of politicians, the greed of mine owners and the vengence of the Apache. Alone in the Arizona plains its patrols cursed the Indians and the Governor who refused to relieve them. Then into the Fort rode a lone man sent by the Governor to assist the Fort and bring the ex Confederate owner of the wealthiest mine to heel. ; 0340164794 .
London: Futura. Very Good+; Slight loss to cover gilding, some foxing to edges of reading . block. ; Nice tight copy, no names inside, appears unread. Wrap around . cover artwork uncredited.. 1986. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . First Printing; 864 pages; On a remote cattle ranch in a peaceful Wyoming valley, in the hushed villages of beleaguered Indian tribes, among the government troops advancing through the bitter winter landscape, the time of the Snowblind Moon heralds the beginning of an apocalyptic clash between the Indians and the whites. Caught up in the tragedy are the men and women of the West, passionately committed to peace, seemingly helpless to prevent tragedy: Chris Hardeman, former army scout haunted by his part in an Indian massacre; Lisa Putnam, young, independent owner of a ranch; Bat Putnam, legendary mountain man; Johnny Smoker, a white boy, raised by the Cheyenne; Amanda Spencer, a circus performer who falls in love with Johnny; and Sun Horse, a Sioux chieftan struggling to reconcile peace with freedom and dignity. ; 0708829155 .
London: Hamish Hamilton. Very Good with no dust jacket; Missing DJ, corners lightly bumped, light . shelf and edge wear, slight foxing to edges of reading block. ; Red cloth . boards with black lettering to spine. Nice tight copy, no names inside.. 1949. Reprint. Hardcover. Third Printing; 252 pages; Cold hearted gunfighter Jack Kells falls in love with Miss Joan Randle, a girl his legion has taken captive near the Idaho border. .
London: W. P. Nimmo. Hay and Mitchell, Ltd.. Fair with no dust jacket; Missing DJ and front endpaper, corners lightly . bumped, some loss to spine cover at top, sunned spine and at top of front, . light shelf and edge wear, small numerals to inside front cover, two sets . of initials to top of chapter one, some staining inside. ; Green cloth . boards with black lettering to spine and cowboy with larriat on rearing . horse motif to front. Good reading copy.. 1948. First Edition. Hardcover. First Printing; 204 pages; When Jim Stewart was bush whacked his daughter Ellen was in for another surprise, for in his will Jim had only left her a one third share of the J Slash S ranch. The other two thirds were bequeathed to a bunch of convicted outlaws, Kid Parsons and his gang. It seemed Jim had hired killers from beyond the grave. .
London: Collins Wild West Club. Fair in Fair dust jacket; Some wear and tear to stabalised DJ, corners . bumped and rubbed, tape shadows to inside covers, gutters cracked, missing . front endpaper, some staining inside. ; Yellow cloth boards with black . lettering to spine. Reading copy only.. 1950. First Edition. Hardcover. First Printing; 192 pages; An old pioneer of the West, Joe Canfield, meets a young cowboy, Steve Laswell, in Dodge City. When Joe hears that Steve is heading for Arizona he asks him to keep his eyes open for a man named Rube Elkins who'd killed Joe's brother. Steve rashly agrees little realising the dangers that this promise will lead him into. .
London: Sovereign Books Ltd.. Very Good in Good dust jacket; Some shelf wear and tear to unclipped DJ . with some chipping to top edges and two inch loss to base of spine, . corners bumped and rubbed, some foxing to inside covers, endpapers and . edges of reading block. ; Green cloth boards with black lettering to front . cover and spine. Nice tight copy, no names inside.. 1945. First Edition (?). Hardcover. Sovereign Wild Westerns; Vol. 28; 222 pages; A fight for water rights, a crooked banker and a cattle rancher turned outlaw becomes hero. Mix in a fast shooting sheriff and two pretty girls for a classic tale of the old West. .
London: Collins Wild West Club. Good+; Ex library copy with usual stamps and marks inside, ink name and . old price inkstamp to front endpaper, paper starting to tone with some . foxing. ; Library binding with DJ bound in.. 1951. First Edition. Hardcover. Ex-Library . First Printing; 192 pages; Young Wyatt, deputy sheriff in a remote county of Idaho, had one sterling quality, he was always dead straight in his dealings. So when he discovers that his sheriff is taking bribes from unscrupulous cattlemen he decides there's some cleaning up to be done, .
London: Robert Hale & Company. Good+; Ex library copy with usual stamps and marks inside. Library binding . with DJ bound in, corners lightly bumped, several sets of ink initials to . inside covers.. 1994. First Edition. Hardcover. Ex-Library . First Printing; Black Horse Westerns; 159 pages; Sheriff Rooney, even with the help of his deputy, Memphis Beck, was having difficulty uncovering the identity of seven homicidal payroll bandits in the town of Rampart. But when a stranger came to town it seemed that his troubles were over and he'd got himself a new second deputy. ; 0709051530 .
London: Remploy. Good+ in Very Good dust jacket; Ex library copy with usual stamps and . marks inside. Light shelf wear to unclipped DJ and boards, corners lightly . bumped, ink name and old price inkstamp to front endpaper, tape shadow to . rear endpaper, some foxing. ; Green cloth boards with gilt lettering to . spine. DJ in protective library sleeve.. 1973. Reprint. Hardcover. Ex-Library . First Printing; Special Red Star Westerns; 192 pages; Two men had cleaned out the bank at Syracuse, killing theowner, injuring his wife, and riding down two youngsters during the getaway. It was a serious matter that the Sheriff had to thoroughly investigate, and this made him unpopular with the innocent he questioned. Even more unpopular with those who were guilty. ; 0706604911 .