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Heart of the Country
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Heart of the Country

By Matthews, Greg

New York: Zebra Books, 1988-01-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; Here is the West as never before portrayed, a cruel yet wondrous landscape, breeding ground of the mythic heroes who shaped a nation's destiny. Cowboys and buffalo hunters, gamblers, Indians, and settlers, all come to scintillating life in this remarkable novel.

$1.49

To Arms! To Arms! In Dixie
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To Arms! To Arms! In Dixie

By Edson, J.T

New York: Dell, 1993-05-01. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. light edge wear; A fiery, infamous, and female ex-rebel spy takes on a dangerous assignment for the Secret Service in this finely crafted tale of the Old West. After the Civil War, Belle Boyd is assigned to investigate mysterious consignments of priceless weapons, and she runs into a secret brotherhood bent on busting up the new union.

$1.49

Lonigan
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Lonigan

By L'Amour, Louis

New York: Bantam, 1988-09-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 177 pages; spine creasing; light edge wear; In his newest collection of frontier short fiction, L'Amour celebrates the tough breed of men who work the cattle drives. Men like Danny Lonigan, whose quick draw and hard fists were as respected as his reputation for doing right by the people who did right by him. Hard-riding adventure from America's favorite storyteller.

$1.00

Galloway (The Sacketts)
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Galloway (The Sacketts)

By L'Amour, Louis

New York: Bantam, 1970-07-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; Galloway was thinking of Flagan Sackett. Somewhere in those mountains, without weapons, in a rugged country where the only humans he found we apt to be enemies, he would have to fight for his life alone. Galloway knew what Flagan must do to survive because he knew what he would do -- and because Flagan was his brother in thinking as well as in blood. And for Sackett there was no easy way.

$1.00

Texas Rangers
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Texas Rangers

By Gorman, Ed [Editor]; Greenberg, Martin H. [Editor];

New York: Berkley, 2004-09-07. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; This collection of short stories pays homage to the Texas Rangers, the still-feared and revered arm of law enforcement founded in 1835. Some of today's best sagebrush storytellers honor the Rangers' legacy, including Louis L'Amour, Robert J. Randisi, Brendan DuBois, and Russell Davis.

$2.99

War Cry (White Indian #7)
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War Cry (White Indian #7)

By Porter, Donald Clayton

New York: Bantam Books, 1983-02-01. Mass Market Paperback. Fair. spine creasing, edge wear, spine taped; A call to battle and a woman's arms - a bold rebel challenges his legacy and his nation.

$1.00

Sitka
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Sitka

By L'Amour, Louis

New York: Signet, 2001-04-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; Adventurer Jean LaBarge found a challenge he would live and die for on the rugged coast of the Alaskan Territory. Alaska was chartered to the Russians, but Russia was in upheaval and the ruthless Baron Zinnovy seized control of the fur trade both in and out of the Territory. But Zinnovy met his match in LaBarge, who could not be stopped and would never back down.

$1.00

Nevada! (Wagons West #8)
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Nevada! (Wagons West #8)

By Ross, Dana Fuller

New York: Pinnacle, 2011-06-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; Virginia City, 1861. As thousands of fortune-seekers descend on the silver-rich boomtown hoping to cash in on the Comstock Lode, a very different cause unites the ranks of courageous soldiers in the coming Civil War - the supreme battle for America's future. Major General Lee Blake is assigned the treacherous task of transporting silver to the Union troops in Missouri - while enemies plot to sabotage his mission. By his side are some of the bravest men and women Blake has ever known: wagon-master Whip Holt, Holt's quick-tempered son Toby, sharp-shooting newswoman Suzanne Fulton, and English widow Allison White, who may be forced into espionage. With states seceding one by one, and tensions rising everyday, the fate of a nation is riding on their journey. But there are those who will stop at nothing to keep the "silver train" from reaching its destination. And there are those who will sacrifice up everything - even their lives - for the golden promise of America...

$1.99

Bobby Benson and The Lost Herd or The Mystery of Magic Mountain
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Bobby Benson and The Lost Herd or The Mystery of Magic Mountain

By Dixon, Peter

Buffalo: Hecker H-O Company, 1936. Paperback. Very Good. Thomas, Glen. edge wear, faint cover crease, small dampstain on interior front cover;

$7.99

Man Hunt
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Man Hunt

By Ingram, Hunter

New York: Ballantine, 1967. First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Fair. back cover coming loose from spine, heavy edge wear, creasing to covers and spine;

$4.00

The Yellowstone Thieves (Raider #24)
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The Yellowstone Thieves (Raider #24)

By Hardin, J. D

New York: Berkley, 1989-06-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine and cover creases, edge wear; For the Pride of the Pinkertons, protecting a Montana gold shipment should be as easy as helping a little old lady cross the street. But things start heating up when Raider gets an eyeful of his client's wife--whose platinum hair outsparkles her husband's lumps of gold!

$2.99

Range War (The Ranger #4)
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Range War (The Ranger #4)

By Mason, Dan

New York: HarperCollins, 1991-11-01. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. light edge wear;

$2.99

Rattlesnake Valley (The Loner #5)
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Rattlesnake Valley (The Loner #5)

By Johnstone, J. A.

New York: Pinnacle, 2010-04-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; They came from the sea, a former ship captain named Owen Bird who inherited a Texas ranch from his brother. A former pirate named "Black Terrance" Malone, who has arrived in the once peaceful Rattlesnake Valley with a crew of sea dogs to do his dirty work. And dirty work it will be, as Black Terrance begins a campaign of thieving and threatening, even targeting Bird's beautiful young niece. Into this storm rides the Loner, Conrad Morgan, son of the legendary gunfighter Frank Morgan. The Loner sees what no one else does, a war born on the high seas and a third party is biding his time, waiting to strike a death blow on solid, bloody ground.

$1.49

Long Ride
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Long Ride

By Dawson, Peter

New York: Bantam Books, 1962. Mass Market Paperback. Fair. portion of spine paper missing, cover creases, edge wear; Streak Mathiot couldn't keep out of jail. A fast man with his fists and gun, he liked nothing better that a good fight. That's why cattle versus sheep, the toughest kind of range war, was his meat. And that's why girls like Cathy Bishop wanted Streak to run their spread - no matter what the price.

$1.99

The Hide Hunters / Outlaw Canyon
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The Hide Hunters / Outlaw Canyon

By Patten, Lewis B

New York: Signet, 1983-04-05. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; Two novels in one: The Hide Hunters and Outlaw Canyon, both classic westerns by Lewis B. Patten.

$9.99

Inferno (The Loner #11)
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Inferno (The Loner #11)

By Johnstone, J.A

New York: Pinnacle, 2012-01-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; Drifting into New Mexico Territory, Conrad Morgan, the Loner, is turning his back on the past. Then he rides up on a wagon train of pioneers -- and straight into an inferno of death and revenge. Led by a charismatic fool, a group of pioneers are crossing Apache territory, blind to the danger around them. The Loner would ignore the passing pilgrims if it weren't for a beautiful woman. Then, when he turns his back, the Apaches strike. The night is lit with an unholy fire. Mutilated bodies are left behind. And four women are taken prisoner across the Rio Grande... To go where no man should go alone, The Loner joins a brutal band of scalp hunters. His plan is to strike before a notorious Mexican slaver gets a hold of the captive women. But the first shots The Loner fires might be the easy ones. Getting out of Mexico alive -- with two bands of enemies behind him and miles of desert straight ahead -- will be the fight of The Loner's life.

$1.49

The Drifter (The Last Gunfighter #1)
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The Drifter (The Last Gunfighter #1)

By Johnstone, William W

New York: Zebra, 2000-02-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; A powerful new series from the author of the acclaimed series, "The Mountain Man." This new saga weaves together tales of warriors and outlaws, lawmen and adventurers, starting with Frank Logan, driven out of Colorado by a grudge. The drifter takes up gun fighting in the New Mexico Territory and confronts a vicious outlaw gang.

$1.49

Shootout in Dodge City [Large Print]
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Shootout in Dodge City [Large Print]

By Judd, Cameron

Thorndike, ME: Center Point Publishing, 2003. Hardcover. Good/Good. light edge wear to boards and jacket, ex-library with usual markings; Large Print edition; Joseph and Liam Carrigan may have the same strong Irish blood running in their veins, but the similarity ends there. After fighting on opposing sides of the Civil War, the brothers reunite to head west. Many perils await them on the untamed frontier, not the least of which is a shadowy figure on their trail, marking the Carrigan brothers' every move and waiting to strike.

$2.99

The Contract Surgeon
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The Contract Surgeon

By O'Brien, Dan

New York: The Lyons Press, 1999-11-01. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. light edge wear to boards and jacket; This "impeccably researched" (New York Times) and "engaging" (Seattle Times) historical western from one of the West's most popular writers tells the true story of the extremely unlikely friendship between Valentine McGillicuddy, a young doctor plucked from his prestigious medical career to serve in the army during the Great Sioux War, and the great war chief Crazy Horse. When Crazy Horse finally agrees to surrender to the United States, mistrust and treachery on both sides foster the conflict, and Crazy Horse is stabbed. McGillicuddy declares the chief his patient and struggles through a long night to keep him alive.Set in the Great Plains during the bloodiest period in its history, this tale of bravery, justice, and love weaves a tapestry of time and events into the account of a single day -- the last day in the life of Crazy Horse -- to reveal the secrets of American history.

$8.00

The Brave
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The Brave

By Evans, Nicholas

New York: Little, Brown and Company, 2010-10-12. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. light edge wear to boards and jacket; In the chaos of war, Tom Bedford's son, Danny, has been caught in a violent skirmish gone bloodily awry, and the Army needs someone to pay for the mistake. Shocked into action, Tom confronts the violence in his past and fights to save the son he'd let slip away.

$3.99

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