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Wooden Guns
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Wooden Guns

By Baxter, George Owen

Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, 1925. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. 4.25" x 7. h/b 314 pages, condition is very good, Red boards with faded spine, minor edge wear/bumping. Copyright date shown as 1925.

$61.76

Bandido Blood - The Gunsmith 19
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Bandido Blood - The Gunsmith 19

By Roberts, J. R.

USA: Charter Books, 1984. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket. 4.25" x 7. p/b 187 pages, condition is very good, a punch hole to the top RH corner of the Front cover. An owners initials to the flyleaf. When a gang of ruthless bandidos kidnap wealthy andrew Woodland's daughter, he turns to Clint Adams for help. Adams agrees to go south of the border to rescue the girl. But between hostile Yaqui Indians and corrupt Rurales, the odds are stacked against the Gunsmith. His only allies are some frightened peones and a hot-blooded senorita with a score of her own to settle. And unless he can turn them into a fighting unit, the Gunsmith will be lucky to get out of Mexico alive!

$54.90

The Fugitive Trail
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The Fugitive Trail

By Grey, Zane

Ian Henry Publications, 1976. Hardcover. Good/Good. 5.25" x 8.0. h/b 191 pages, condition is good, this is an ex library book with the usual stamps, the flyleaf has been removed. Bruce Lockhart had been a cowpuncher, trail driver, buffalo hunter, Indian fighter, and when forced to fight, a gunslinger. But although tough, he was no gambler and he was loyal to his family. His brother, Barse, on the other hand, passed his time in the gaming rooms of Denison and when he was involved in a hold-up, it was Bruce who took the blame. Bruce rode outon the fugitive trail with Captain Maggard, the famous Texas Ranger, in relentless pursuit. Only trinity Spencer knew the truth about the hold-up. She had grown up with the Lockhart brothers and now, realising her love for Bruce, she sets out alone to find him.

$27.45

Lost Pueblo

By Zane Grey

Western Book Club, 1000. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. h/b 191 pages, condition is very good. no publication date shown. Janey Endicott, beautiful daughter of Long Island millionaire Elijah Endicott, was bored with the ranch life in the great deserts of Arizona to which her father had brought her. But between them her father and the brilliant young archaeologist, Philip Randolph, soon altered that, life seemed, suddenly, to hold altogether too many thrills.

$11.67