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He Died on Main Street - a Black Horse Western

By Jeff Blaine

London: Robert Hale, 1988 An ex-library copy of this hardbacked book. ffep missing. Withdrawn stamp. 155 clean pages. Pictorial glossy cover.


Boot Hill

By Weston Clay

London: WDL Books, 1959 Used paperback. Light shelf wear. Some light rubbing to the edges. 160 firm pages.


Lynch Town No 11 Adam Steele

By George G. Gilman

London: New English Library, 1980 Some shelfwear to the covers. No creases to the spine. 128 firm pages. Pages browning. A used book but good reading copy.


Westward in Their Wagons

By John L. Foster - Dorothy M. Johnson, F. R. Buckley, Daniel De Paola, Charlotte Edwards, Jach Schaeffer, Wallace Stegner, Oscar Schisgall, Leslie Ernenwein

Macmillan, 1975 Ten stories about life on the trail to the west, about the struggle to survivr, about the hardness and the beauty of the territory, about the Indians, about the love and hates, the bravery and the cowardice, the adventures of the men, women and children who took hold of their destiny and set off westward in their wagons. Light shelfwear. No creases to the spine. One light corner crease to front cover. A clean, flat book. Pages firm. Ex school ibrary. The stamp sheet has been removed causing a one inch x a half inch loss to the title page. Hence the reduced price.


The Hostile Plains

By W. H. Fear

Priory books No creases to the spine or to the covers. Light edgewear. Tight, clean pages.


Great Cowboy Adventures

By Peter Baring - Editor

London: The Heirloom Library No date - circa 1950. Orange boards with 4 sketches of Cowboys and Indians in the circles of a lasso. The boards are sound with only minor wear to the corner tips. 8 delightful colour plates plus a detailed coloured drawing to inner board and ffep.- repeated at the back of the book. 255 pages with additional black and white sketches throughout. The pages are clean except for onr 'dusty' mark to the title page.


Stories of the Early West - the Luck of Roaring Camp and 16 Other Exciting Tales of Mining and Frontier Days.

By Bret Harte - Foreword By Walter Van Tilburg Clark

New York: Platt and Munk - Great Writers Collection, 1964 A very good copy of this book. Grey and blue boards with gilt design to the cover and gilt title to the spine. 512 very clean pages. The pictorial jacket has some edgewear and two closed tears to the top back.Price-clipped. Woderful art-work to the cover showing four men panning for gold in a mountain stream.


Travis Quinn, Outlaw

By Hank J. Kirby

London: Robert Hale - a Black Horse Western, 1999 An ex-library copy of this book. Withdrawn stamp. Small inked number to inner board. ffep missing. 159 very clean, white and bright pages. Pictorial cover.


Adam Steele - Delta Duel - No. 14

By George G. Gilman

U. K.: New Engish Library, 1980 125 pages, browning. No creases to the spine or to the covers. Shop stamp to ffep. Inked numbers to back inner cover. Some mild darkening to the bottom of the back cover. small ink number to cover.


The Young Marauders

By Lauren Paine

USA: Ballantine, 1989 One very mild crease to the spine. No creases to the covers. shop stamp to ffep. clean pages.old ink price to cover. first time in print. - a Sheridan township western


Stranger with a Gun

By Bliss Lomax

London: Wild West Club, 1958 Probably an ex-library book as it looks as if the ffep is missing. No stamps. Rubbed area under flyleaf to inner board. Yellow dusty boards. Pages browning and also a little 'dusty'. The jacket is in better condition with no creases or edgewear.


Jubal Cade Western 13 - Ashes and Blood

By Charles R. Pike

USA: Chelsea House, 1980 Light reading crease to the spine. Some light edge wear. The cover is 'dusty'. Small rubbed area where a label has been removed. 159 pages - browning. - lighter item - reduced postage.


Guns of Revenge

By Ken Hamlin

USA: Monarch Books - 145, 1960 Light reading crease to the spine. The covers are uncreased. Small rubbed area to the spine where a label has been removed. Slight lean to the book. 141 pages - browning. - Lighter item - reduced postage.


Valley of Tumbling Waters

By Charles Ballew

London: Streamline Publications - Superior Books No date (first ?) but original price 3/6d. No creases to the spine or covers. 159 pages - browning to the edges. Very little edge wear. Slight lean to the book. -- ' In the middle of the night he slipped from the camp with the revolver and the knife and headed for the valley of Tumbling Waters.' - light item - reduced postage.



By Dan Claymaker

Great Britain: Hale, 1998 His sentence served.Quinton was out,but he was in no mood to forget the false accusations that had jailed him for five years. He was clear in his mind as to who was to pay for his time in the Jamesville hell-hole and no man in Benefice doubted Quinton's intention or his conviction. They knew he would be back and could feel his coming like a chill ghostwind.The book is ex-lib. and has the usual stamps on the second page.There is a small pen number to the inner board.,otherwise the book is clean and bright,with very white pages.The pictorial laminated cover shows a group of horsemen riding to the foreground , in shades of orange and browns that give a very atmospheric look to the book.


Brazos Station: a Black Horse Western

By Clayton Nash

London: Robert Hale, 1998 Ex-library copy. Cover depicts a cowboy on horseback with a rifle across his lap and a typical Western street in the background. Opening page has been removed and there are the usual library stampings. Pages tight and clean. Spine slightly cocked. Story: Caleb Brett liked his job as deputy sheriff of Las Cruces. He liked the town and its people and being betrothed to the sheriff's daughter, Rose. What he didn't like was the thought of the sheriff moving in with him and Rose, once they were married. But capturing the infamous outlaw and mad killer, Gil Bannerman, offered a way out of the dilemma because there was plenty of reward money to go around. Then came Brett's big mistake - he lost Bannerman and when he went after the man, dodging bullets all the way, he was framed and forced into outlawry. Now everything he treasured was lost and the question was: Did he have a chance in hell of fighting his way back?


The Torrington Trail

By Will Coltman

London: John Gresham, 1966 An ex-library copy of this book.FFEP missing. Some pen marks. Cellotape remainder marks. Some pages browning.The dust jacket has some wear to the top and bottom of the spine. The cover is clean and bright.



By Louise L'amour

London: Hale, 1981 Slight bumping at either end of spine and some slight soiling, especially on the back cover; apart from being price-clipped dj intact. Cover painting features a bearded cowhand bearing a rifle with some typical Western-style buildings in the background. Binding red cloth with black lettering on spine. Opening page bears a book dealer's rubber stamp, otherwise pages are exceptionally bright and clean. There were five of the Parnell boys, sometimes six - enough men to scare a lot of people and they had had their fun with Conn Conagher all right. They'd tried to gun him down more times than even a slow-tempered saddle tramp would sit still for. Smoke Parnell and his outfit knew every dirty trick in the book, from robbery and rustling to cold-blooded murder. Only one man in the territory had something new to teach them and he was sure they wouldn't like it. For Conagher was now too tired and too mean to be played with any more. "Parnell," he said, "you've given me grief. All I'm going to give you is a running start."


Desperate Man

By Wayne d Overholser

Great Britain: Chivers Press, 1996 A Gunsmoke Western. No rancher in Colorado's Dillon Park Territory was richer or meaner than Cameron Runyon.As treacherous as a rattlesnake,Runyon used his wealth to get whatever he wanted.And what he couldn't buy with a fistful of gold,he sent his murderous gunmen to take.But when his hired killers shot down Dave Munro's father.The book is in good condition. It is ex-library and has all the usual stamps on the second inner page.It may have had the stamp page neatly removed. A small pen number to inner board. The pages are very white and clean. Wonderful laminated pictorial cover showing a gunman sat on his horse,being followed by three other horsemen riding through a ' Western type ' landscape.


Trail the Man Down

By Stephen Payne

London: Wright & Brown, 1957 Binding is dark blue with yellow lettering to the spine. Spine is slightly cocked from being read. Opening and closing pages have some tape marks from an old cover over the dj that was taped to the book. 192 pages. Dj has some chips and what looks like a small, circular cigarette on the back cover and some slight creases, otherwise bright and clean; now protected inside a new cover. May be an ex-library book, but there are no stamps, etc to prove this except for a "Western" sticker on the spine. Cover features a group of cowboys, one of whom is lying on the ground and another of who is holding a smoking revolver. while two others look on. "Missing, a hundred thousand dollars! Bob Carmody, when he was left for dead by a masked man, knew who had it. But how could ge prove it? The only clue was a half-burnt letter. He made his laborious way across the desert on foot, and was rescued from his predicament by a girl who proved a good friend! Bob's arrival at the V. Lightning causes great consternation in certain quarters. He was to be made the scapegoat, and his appearance spoiled the plot. Henceforth he was a marked man, and he learned by bitter experience what it was to be a fugitive with every man's hand against him. Undaunted he pursued his investigations, and besides recovering the money, exposed a great robbery racket."


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