Western Fiction

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Lonesome Dove

Lonesome Dove

by Larry McMurtry

An epic story of two retired
Texas Rangers on a cattle drive to Montana that is loosely basedon historic
events from the 19th century, the original Lonesome Dove story was written to
be a screenplay called "The Streets of Laredo.” The 1970s film was to be
directed by Peter Bogdanovich, starring John Wayne, James Stewart, and Henry
Fonda. However, due to casting issues, the movie was abandoned. Larry McMurtry
later turned the Lonesome Dove script into a full-length Pulitzer Prize-winning
novel. The... Read more
The Last Gunfighter

The Last Gunfighter

by William W Johnstone

In his epic saga of bloodshed and bullets, USA Today bestseller William Johnstone follows the violent trail of gunfighting legend Frank Morgan. Now this lone hero is about to come face to face with another kind of legend--one that stalks the woods of northern California...>Half Man, Half Beast, All TerrorIt kills like an animal. Growling Clawing. Ripping. The loggers call it "The Terror of the Redwoods." A local timber baron has put a bounty on the hide of this man-beast, and the woods are teeming with... Read more
The Five Love Languages

The Five Love Languages

by Gary Chapman

This book discusses how to communicate your earnest emotions and commitment to your partner. The author describes how different people see and express everything in life in their own unique ways. He explains the five explicit languages of love – quality time, words of affirmation, gifts, acts of service, and physical touch. The Five Love Languages will help you understand the specific and the subtle needs of your partner, apply right values, acquire the right language, and appreciate the joy of... Read more
No Country For Old Men

No Country For Old Men

by Cormac McCarthy

No Country for Old Men is a 2005 novel by American author Cormac McCarthy. Set along the United States–Mexico border in 1980, the story concerns an illicit drug deal gone wrong in a remote desert location. The title comes from the poem "Sailing to Byzantium" by William Butler Yeats. The book was adapted into the 2007 film No Country for Old Men, which won four Academy Awards, including Best Picture.
Cities Of the Plain

Cities Of the Plain

by Cormac McCarthy

Cities of the Plain is the final volume of American novelist Cormac McCarthy's "The Border Trilogy. " A film adaptation to be directed by Andrew Dominik has been announced for release in 2012. The title is a reference to Sodom and Gomorrah .
True Grit

True Grit

by Charles Portis

True Grit tells the tale of fourteen-year-old Mattie Ross from Dardanelle, Arkansas, and how she sets out to avenge his death at the hands of a no-good outlaw. She manages to illicit the help of hard-drinking Marshal Rooster Cogburn in her quest.
Streets Of Laredo

Streets Of Laredo

by Larry McMurtry

Streets of Laredo is a novel by Larry McMurtry. Although it was published second, it is chronologically last in the Lonesome Dove series.
Comanche Moon

Comanche Moon

by Larry McMurtry

Comanche Moon, a western novel by Larry McMurtry is the last one written in his Lonesome Dove series, though it is the second in the chronology of the narrative.
Dead Man's Walk

Dead Man's Walk

by Larry McMurtry

Dead Man's Walk (Lonesome Dove #3)
All the Pretty Horses

All the Pretty Horses

by Cormac McCarthy

Cormac McCarthy is an American novelist and playwright. He has also written plays and screenplays. This novel, All The Pretty Horses, won the National Book Award in 1992. The story reads like a Western novel, but is set in 1949 and revolves around the life of a 16-year old Texan named John Grady Cole. After his parent’s marriage ends, he finds himself at the end of a long line of ranchers, without a family ranch to work. So he sets out for Mexico on horseback with two companions. By turns both comic... Read more
The Call Of the Wild

The Call Of the Wild

by Jack London

Jack London’s The Call of the Wild is an
anthropomorphic canine’s unforgettable tale of survival. Set during the 1890s
Klondike Gold Rush, the novel’s main character, Buck, a large and powerful St.
Bernard-Scotch Shepherd, is stolen from his ranch home in Santa Clara Valley,
California, and sold into service as a sled dog. At first, Buck experiences
violence and struggles for survival, becoming progressively feral in the harsh
environment. By the end, Buck relies on his instinct and learned... Read more
The Clan Of the Cave Bear

The Clan Of the Cave Bear

by Jean M Auel

The Clan of the Cave Bear is a historical fiction novel by Jean M. Auel about prehistoric times set somewhat before the extinction of the Neanderthal race after 600,000 years as a species, and at least 10-15,000 years after 'Homo sapiens' remains are documented and dated in Europe as a viable second human species.
The Last Of the Mohicans

The Last Of the Mohicans

by James Fenimore Cooper

The Last of the Mohicans: A Narrative of 1757 by James Fenimoore Cooper is the second and best-known book of his Leatherstocking Tales pentalogy. Like the rest of the books in the series, the story follows the adventures of Natty Bumppo, nicknamed “Hawkeye” by his Native American friends. Set in 1757 in the American wilderness that would become New York State, The Last of the Mohicans takes place during the Seven Years' War (known in America as the French and Indian War). The book is widely read in... Read more
Last Of the Breed

Last Of the Breed

by Louis L'Amour

Louis L'Amour is the only American-born novelist in history to receive both the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Congressional Gold Medal. He published ninety novels, thirty short-story collections, two works of nonfiction, a memoir, Education of a Wandering Man, and a volume of poetry, Smoke from This Altar. There are more than 300 million copies of his books in print.
Coyote Waits

Coyote Waits

by Tony Hillerman

Loaded with e-book extras (not available in the print edition), including Tony Hillerman's running commentary on his work and his series heroes Leaphorn and Chee; plus a special profile of the Navajo nation.When a bullet kills Officer Jim Chee's friend Del, a Navajo shaman is arrested for homicide, but the case is far from closed -- and requires Joe Leaphorn's involvement, as well.The car fire didn't kill Officer Jim Chee's good friend, Navajo Tribal Policeman Delbert Nez -- a bullet did. A... Read more
Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee

Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee

by Dee Brown

Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee by American writer Dee Brown is a history of Native Americans in the American West in the late nineteenth century, and their displacement and slaughter by the United States federal government. It was first published in 1970. The title is taken from the final phrase of a 20th-century poem titled "American Names" by Stephen Vincent Benet, although the poem was not actually about the Indian Wars.
The Virginian

The Virginian

by Owen Wister

The novel that inspired a century of Westerns...Signet is proud to present a special centennial edition of The Virginian, a novel featuring the first fully realized cowboy hero in American literarture—a near-mythic figure whose idealized image has profoundly influenced our national consciousness.
Close Range

Close Range

by Annie Proulx

California Glory

California Glory

by Dana Fuller Ross

Expedition

Expedition

by Dana Fuller Ross

The First Mountain Man

The First Mountain Man

by William W Johnstone

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New Mexico!

by Dana Fuller Ross

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Tennessee!

by Dana Fuller Ross

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Mississippi

by Dana Fuller Ross

Western Fiction Books & Ephemera

The Haunted Mesa

The Haunted Mesa

by L'Amour, Louis

The Haunted Mesa is a science fiction novel by Louis L'Amour, set in the American Southwest amidst the ruins of the Anasazi. L'Amour attempts, as in others of his works, to suggest a reasonable explanation for the phenomena attributed to The Bermuda Triangle -- i.e. , portals between worlds or different facets of this world. The same phenomenon is used, albeit in a very minor way, in his novel The Californios.
Jubal Sackett

Jubal Sackett

by L'Amour, Louis

In Jubal Sackett, the second generation of Louis L'Amour's great American family pursues a destiny in the wilderness of a sprawling new land. Jubal Sackett's urge to explore drove him westward, and when a Natchez priest asks him to undertake a nearly impossible quest, Sackett ventures into the endless grassy plains the Indians call the Far Seeing Lands. He seeks a Natchez exploration party and its leader, Itchakomi. It is she who will rule her people when their aging chief dies, but first she must... Read more
The Man Of the Forest

The Man Of the Forest

by Grey, Zane

From the book:At sunset hour the forest was still, lonely, sweet with tang of fir and spruce, blazing in gold and red and green; and the man who glided on under the great trees seemed to blend with the colors and, disappearing, to have become a part of the wild woodland. Old Baldy, highest of the White Mountains, stood up round and bare, rimmed bright gold in the last glow of the setting sun. Then, as the fire dropped behind the domed peak, a change, a cold and darkening blight, passed down the black... Read more
Flint

Flint

by L'Amour, Louis

He left the West at the age of seventeen, leaving behind a rootless past and a bloody trail of violence. In the East he became one of the wealthiest financiers in America--and one of the most feared and hated.Now, suffering from incurable cancer, he has come back to New Mexico to die alone. But when an all-out range war erupts, Flint chooses to help Nancy Kerrigan, a local rancher. A cold-eyed speculator is setting up the land swindle of a lifetime, and Buckdun, a notorious assassin, is there to back his... Read more
Sackett

Sackett

by L'Amour, Louis

In Sackett, Louis L'Amour introduces readers to a wandering man with a desire to settle down and build a good life.Hard circumstances had made William Tell Sackett a drifter, but now he hungered for a place he couldn't name yet knew he had to find. South of the Tetons he came upon a ghost of a trail that led him through a keyhole pass into a lonely, alien, yet beautiful valley--a valley that held a fortune in gold.Then he found an even greater treasure: beautiful Ange Kerry, a courageous and resourceful... Read more
The Californios

The Californios

by L'Amour, Louis

Louis L’Amour is undoubtedly the bestselling frontier novelist of all time. He is the only American-born author in history to receive both the Presidential Medal of Freedom, and the Congressional Gold Medal in honor of his life's work. He has published ninety novels; twenty-seven short-story collections; two works of nonfiction; a memoir, Education of a Wandering Man; and a volume of poetry, Smoke from This Altar. There are more than 300 million copies of his books in print worldwide.
Riders Of the Purple Sage

Riders Of the Purple Sage

by Grey, Zane

Riders of the Purple Sage is Zane Grey's best-known novel. Originally published in 1912, it was one of the earliest works of Western fiction and played a significant role in popularizing that genre.
To the Far Blue Mountains

To the Far Blue Mountains

by L'Amour, Louis

In To the Far Blue Mountains, Louis L'Amour weaves the unforgettable tale of a man who, after returning to his homeland, discovers that finding his way back to America may be impossible.Barnabas Sackett was leaving England to find his fortune in the New World. But as he settled his affairs, he learned that a Royal warrant had been sworn out against him, and that men were searching for him in every port. At issue were some rare gold coins Sackett sold to finance his trip to the Americas--coins believed to... Read more
Lonely On the Mountain

Lonely On the Mountain

by L'Amour, Louis

WESTERN
The Daybreakers

The Daybreakers

by L'Amour, Louis

WESTERN
Hondo

Hondo

by L'Amour, Louis

He was etched by the desert's howling winds, a big, broad-shouldered man who knew the ways of the Apache and the ways of staying alive. She was a woman alone raising a young son on a remote Arizona ranch. And between Hondo Lane and Angie Lowe was the warrior Vittoro, whose people were preparing to rise against the white men. Now the pioneer woman, the gunman, and the Apache warrior are caught in a drama of love, war, and honor.From the Paperback edition.
Utah Blaine

Utah Blaine

by L'Amour, Louis

Colonel Utah Blaine, held captive by the Army of the Revolution, broke out of jail and headed north from Mexico with nothing but the clothes on his back. Then he found new trouble struggling at the end of a noose--and stepped in just in time to save the life of a Texas rancher. The would-be executioners were the rancher's own men, looking to steal his land.Now Utah has a unique proposition: Have the wealthy Texan play dead, introduce himself as the spread's new foreman, and take care of the outlaws one... Read more
Spirit Of the Border

Spirit Of the Border

by Grey, Zane

The Last Trail

The Last Trail

by Grey, Zane

Thunder Mountain

Thunder Mountain

by Grey, Zane

Princess Of the Woods

Princess Of the Woods

by Ellis, Edward S

The Thundering Herd

The Thundering Herd

by Grey, Zane