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FLAMING STAR
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FLAMING STAR

By Huffaker, Clair (re: Elvis Presley)

London: Futura Books, 1975. 126 pp. Light edge and corner wear with some minor creasing on the spine; store stamped and with a previous owner's initials inside. When fighting breaks out between two cultures in West Texas, the Elvis's character tries to act as a peacemaker, but the flaming star of death pulls him irrevocably into the deadly violence. This was filmed in 1960, directed by Don Siegel and starring: Elvis Presley; Barbara Eden; Steve Forrest; Dolores del Rio; John McIntire; Rudolph Acosta; Richard Jaeckel; and many others. . Second Printing. Paperback. Very Good.

$9.95

THE VULTURES - with - SHOWDOWN AT HELL'S CANYON
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THE VULTURES - with - SHOWDOWN AT HELL'S CANYON

By Howard, Robert E. (introduction by David Anthony Kraft; afterword by Glenn Lord)

Lakemont, Georgia: Fictioneer Books, 1975. 190 pp. Burgundy cloth decorated in silver on the front panel and spine; headband; burgundy upper edge; illustrated endpapers. Not only is this the second edition, it is called by the publisher a 'special' second edition. Light wear at the corners of the dustjacket; price intact; no interior markings. Dj art and interiors by Stephen Fabian. Both titles in a single volume: The Vultures; and Showdown at Hell's Canyon.. Second Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by Stephen Fabian;. 8vo.

$24.95

THE BIG COUNTRY
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THE BIG COUNTRY

By Hamilton, Donald

New York: Dell Books, 1958. 160 pp. Dell First Edition B115. Light wear at the corners with an uncreased spine; no interior markings. Cover art by Barye Phillips. He came alone and a stranger into that broad Texas land of big skies and men to match. Green as grass, carrying a carpet bag and wearing a plug hat, he asked for his stake and his woman in the language of peace. And when they answered him in the language of violence, he listened and understood that in this country, one man's life meant another man's death. Which man would he be? This was filmed in 1958, directed by William Wyler and starring Gregory Peck, Jean Simmons, Carroll Baker and Charlton Heston. . First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. Illus. by Barye Phillips;. Paperback Original.

$49.95

ZANE GREY'S WESTERN MAGAZINE - Volume 6, number 7 - September 1952
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ZANE GREY'S WESTERN MAGAZINE - Volume 6, number 7 - September 1952

By Ward, Don (editor) (Will Henry; Thomas Thompson; Edison Marshall; H. A. DeRosso; Wayne D. Overholser; T. J. Kerttula; D. L. McDonald; W. H. Hutchinson; Edwin L. Sabin; Randy Steffen; Earl Sherwan; Edith Letts Dunn)

New York: Dell Publishing, 1952. 160 pp. Digest format. Edge and corner wear with some creasing on the spine; no interior markings. Cover art by Bill George; interiors by Phil Marini, Bill Terry, and Earl Sherwan. This issue contains: Complete Novel: Frontier Fury by Will Henry. Novelette: Big Wind from Texas by Thomas Thompson. Western Classic: The Last Grizzly by Edison Marshall. Short Stories: Fear in the Saddle by H. A. DeRosso; and High Grade by Wayne D. Overholser. Fact Features: The Hurdy Gurdys by T. J. Kerttula and D. L. McDonald; and Put It in Writing by W. H. Hutchinson. Fact Fiction: The Lost Peglegs by Edwin L. Sabin. Pictorial Features: The Texas Longhorn by Randy Steffen; and Ringtail by Earl Sherwan. And verse: Pioneers' Plot by Edith Letts Dunn; along with the usual features.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good-. Illus. by Bill George; Phil Marini; Bill Terry; Earl Sherwan;. 12mo. Magazine.

$7.95

ZANE GREY'S WESTERN MAGAZINE - Volume 6, number 5 - July 1952
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ZANE GREY'S WESTERN MAGAZINE - Volume 6, number 5 - July 1952

By Ward, Don (editor) (L. P. Holmes; L. L. Foreman; Steve Frazee; Giff Chesire; S. Omar Baker; Walter Simpson; Harold Preece; Randy Steffen)

New York: Dell Publishing, 1952. 160 pp. Digest format. Edge and corner wear with a short tear in the leading edge and some creasing on the spine; no interior markings. Cover art by Bob Stanley; interiors by Paul Kinnear, Bill Terry, Earl Sherwan and Erv Schweig. This issue contains: Complete Novel: Starlight Riders by L. P. Holmes. Novelette: Call Me Solo by L. L. Foreman. Short Stories: Learn the Hard Way by Steve Frazee; He Threw Away His Gun by Giff Chesire; and Jaybird Johnny by S. Omar Baker. Fact Feature: Snow Melts Lead by Walter Simpson and Harold Preece. And a pictorial feature: Henry Magazine Rifle by Randy Steffen; along with the usual features.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good-. Illus. by Bob Stanley; Paul Kinnear; Bill Terry; Earl Sherwan; Erv Schweig;. 12mo. Magazine.

$7.95

RED RYDER AND CIRCUS LUCK
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RED RYDER AND CIRCUS LUCK

By Harman, Fred

Racine, Wisconsin: The Better Little Book - Whitman Publishing, 1949. 286 pp. Better Little Book 1466. Pictorial boards; illustrated with black and white line drawings by Fred Harman. Edge and corner wear; no interior markings. Red Ryder started as a comic strip that ran from 1938 through 1965. Along the way, the morphed into a huge variety of formats: radio, films, Big Little Books, novels, serial chapters, radio programs, events, rodeos, powwows, commercial tie-ins, and licensed products such as the Daisy Red Ryder BB Gun.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Illus. by Fred Harman;. 32mo.

$19.95

BANDERA PASS
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BANDERA PASS

By Washburn, L. J.

New York: M. Evans and Company, 1989. 182 pp. Beige boards lettered in brown on the spine. Lightly rubbed on the corners of the dustjacket; price intact. On his first assignment as a Texas Ranger, he shows how his crack-shot aim can stop the careful escape plan of a group of prisoners being escorted to Austin. Then he is sent to stop a notorious band of robbers led by former lawman Isom Whitaker that is working the stages and rails near San Antonio. But it turns out there is more than one set of thieves... and one is leaving a trail of corpses across the county.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo.

$9.95

WEST TEXAS - A High Plains Mystery
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WEST TEXAS - A High Plains Mystery

By Sarrantonio, Al

Lancaster, Pennsylvania: Stealth Press, 2001. 150 pp. Black cloth lettered in blue on the spine; marbled blue endpapers; headband. Very light rubbing on the corners of the dustjacket; no interior markings. Travelers and cowboys were disappearing without a trace, all in the same area, an empty, desolate and inhospitable stretch of desert. And no one could find out why.. First Printing - First Thus. Hardcover. Very Good+/Very Good+. 8vo.

$19.95

WESTERN HEROES: Riders of the Purple Sage; The Last of the Plainsmen; Lone Star Ranger
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WESTERN HEROES: Riders of the Purple Sage; The Last of the Plainsmen; Lone Star Ranger

By Grey, Zane

London: Chancellor Press, 1992. 571 pp. All three titles in a single volume: Riders of the Purple Sage; The Last of the Plainsmen; and Lone Star Ranger. Glossy pictorial boards matching the dustjacket. Light edge and corner wear on the dustjacket; no interior markings. Dj art by Frederic Remington. Before becoming a writer, Zane Grey played minor league baseball and also practised as a dentist. But when he started to write his adventure stories, it didn't take him long to become one of the most popular western authors of all time. . First Printing - First Thus. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by Frederic Remington;. 8vo.

$19.95

BY THE GUN
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BY THE GUN

By Matheson, Richard

New York: M. Evans and Company, 1993. 171 pp. Brown boards lettered in black on the spine; headband. Light rubbing on the corners of the dustjacket; price intact; no interior markings. This collection of Western stories contains: Gunsight; Go West Young Man; Boy in the Rocks; Too Proud to Lose; Little Jack Cornered; and Of Death and Thirty Minutes.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo.

$9.95

THE DOCTOR AND THE KID - Doc Holliday and Billy the Kid - A Weird West Tale
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THE DOCTOR AND THE KID - Doc Holliday and Billy the Kid - A Weird West Tale

By Resnick, Mike

Amherst, New York: PYR - Prometheus Books, 2011. 323 pp. Trade paperback format. Lightly rubbed on the corners with a flat uncreased spine; no interior markings. Cover art and interior line drawings by J. Seumas Gallagher. The time is 1882. With the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral and the battle with the thing that used to be Johnny Ringo behind him, the consumptive Doc Holliday makes his way to Leadville, Colorado with Kate Elder - Big Nose Kate - where he plans to spend the rest of his brief life. But he loses all his money in a poker game and decides that the best way make money in a hurry is to become a bounty hunter. And the biggest bounty is on Billy the Kid, who is clearly being protected by some serious magic. So Doc enlists the magic of Geronimo... and the science of Thomas Edison... and goes after the kid.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Near Fine. Illus. by J. Seumas Gallagher;. 8vo.

$19.95

WANDERING COWBOY
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WANDERING COWBOY

By Sanders, C. W. (Charles Wesley)

Toronto: Collins White Circle, 1944. 191 pp. White Circle Book 95. Edge and corner wear with some creasing on the lower right of the front cover, a crease on the front hinge and an uncreased spine; some discolouration on the inside of the covers and the front endpaper. Cover art by M. Paull.. First Printing - First Thus. Paperback. Very Good. Illus. by M. Paull;.

$19.95

FUGITIVE -  A Wild West Yarn Mystery
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FUGITIVE - A Wild West Yarn Mystery

By Sanders, C. W. (Charles Wesley)

London: Collins White Circle, 1939. 252 pp. Collins White Circle 133. The dustjacket has light edge and corner wear with some darkening on the spine. The book has light edge and corner wear with minor creasing on the spine; no interior markings. . Seventh Printing. Paperback. Very Good/Very Good.

$19.95

THE SILVER TRAIN
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THE SILVER TRAIN

By Lee, Ranger

Toronto: Collins White Circle, 1948. 160 pp. White Circle CD 361. Light edgewear with a crease on the upper right of the front cover and an uncreased but fading spine; no interior markings. His arrival in the silver-mining boom town unfortunately coincided with the sudden appearance of an outlaw gang. Within fifteen minutes of his descent from the big dusty stagecoach that had brought him from the railhead, the hot, sun-baked main street echoed with gunfire and the town marshall lay dead in the dirt.. First Printing - First Thus. Paperback. Very Good.

$9.95

THE WAR CHIEF - with - APACHE DEVIL
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THE WAR CHIEF - with - APACHE DEVIL

By Burroughs, Edgar Rice

New York: Ballantine Books, 1964. 190, 192 pp. Ballantine books U2045 and U2046. War Chief has a thumb crease on the right side of the front cover and an uncreased spine; Apache Devil has light edge and corner wear with an uncreased spine; no interior markings. Covers by Ronnie M. Lessor. According to Zeuschner, these are, without doubt, the first paperback printings.. First Paperback Printings. Soft Cover. Very Good. Illus. by Ronnie M. Lessor;.

$19.95

FORT SUN DANCE
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FORT SUN DANCE

By Wellman, Manly Wade

New York: Dell Books, 1955. 222 pp. Dell First Edition 52. Edge and corner wear with some creasing on a slightly cocked spine; no interior markings. Cover art by Verne Tossey.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. Illus. by Verne Tossey;. Paperback Original.

$7.95

THE COUGAR KID
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THE COUGAR KID

By McCulley, Johnston

New York: Arcadia House, 1945. 256 pp. Red cloth lettered in burgundy on the front panel and spine. Light wear on the corners; no interior markings; no dustjacket. Johnston was the author of hundreds of stories, fifty novels, numerous screenplays for film and television, and the creator of the character Zorro. Aside from Zorro, McCulley created many other pulp characters, including Black Star, The Spider, The Mongoose, and Thubway Tham. Many of McCulley's characters - The Green Ghost, The Thunderbolt, and The Crimson Clown - were inspirations for the masked heroes that have appeared in popular culture from McCulley's time to the present day. . First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 12mo.

$14.95

THE AVENGER
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THE AVENGER

By Bennett, Dwight

New York: Permabooks - Perma Books, 1956. 149 pp. Perma Book M3045. Light edge and corner wear with an uncreased spine; store stamped. When cowboy Wes Shelton sided with nester Harv Chapel against the cattlemen, eight masked riders burned him out. They left old Harv to die with a gaping wound where his chest should have been.... First American Edition. Paperback. Very Good.

$7.95

KID CURRY'S LAST RIDE
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KID CURRY'S LAST RIDE

By Downing, Warwick

New York: Orchard Books - Franklin Watts, 1989. 166 pp. Quarter-bound in gold cloth on orange boards; red foil lettering on the spine; brown endpapers; headband. Light wear on the corners of the dustjacket with a short closed tear on the upper right of the front panel; price intact; chipped on the lower right corner of page 165. Dj art by James Watling. It is the 1930s, Kid Curry of the Butch Cassidy gang isn't actually dead yet, and he has decided to rob a bank.... First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good-. Illus. by James Watling;. 8vo.

$9.95

SUN IN THEIR EYES
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SUN IN THEIR EYES

By Drago, Harry Sinclair

Montreal: Pocket Books of Canada, 1963. 185 pp. Pocket Book 6131. Light edge and corner wear with minor creasing on the spine; no interior markings. A great writer of Westerns and screenplays, Drago also wrote under the names Stewart Cross, Kirk Deming, Will Ermine, Bill Lomax J, Wesley Putnam and Grant Sinclair.. Second Printing. Paperback. Very Good.

$6.95

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