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Final Justice at Adobe Wells, Bly, Stephen
1 Bly, Stephen Final Justice at Adobe Wells
Wheaton, Illinois Crossway Books 1993 0891077448 / 9780891077442 First Printing Paper Back New 

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Best Western Stories, Brand, Max
2 Brand, Max Best Western Stories
Warner Books 1983 0446302325 / 9780446302326 paperback Good - previous owners name inside cover 
Like a spark when it strikes black power, the stories of Max Brand explode with a power that will take you breath away. Here are bare-knuckled tales that take you from the merciless desert where a wanted man tries to save himself from the end of a rope - To a storm shrouded mountain pass where two men face both the bitter cold and their own shite hot hatred - It's all of that and more, in the Best Western Stories of Max Brand 
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Thunder Moon's Challenge, Brand, Max
3 Brand, Max Thunder Moon's Challenge
Warner Books 1982 Paperback Good 
Thunder Moon, The Cheyenne warrior, could load and fire a rifle with the swiftness of a winter wind, kill easily and with relish. But although he fearlessly leads his tribe's finest men on the warpath, he remains a solitary warrior. Now he is on his most dangerous journey - a heroic quest to discover his true identity and a desperate struggle to survive. 
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Three Rivers To Run, Butler, Albert
4 Butler, Albert Three Rivers To Run
New York City Tower Books 1981 Paperback Good - previous owners name inside cover 

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Rifle for Rent, Caesar, Gene
5 Caesar, Gene Rifle for Rent
Monarch Books, Inc 1963 Paperback Good 
"He was the quietest man I ever New." "He was a vicious, crazy murderer without no human feelin's!" "He was the finest, bravest man who ever lived!" He used that rife of his too damned much!" "He was a good man to ride with!." All said about Tom Horn. Everybody saw him in a different light. Few men had more friends - none had more enemies. He was either a man admired or a man despised, and not even his trial for murder - or his hanging - ever settled the argument. A swashbuckling true story of a flamboyant figure who was a legend and a puzzle in his own time - a man who deserves a prominent place in any history of the Southwest. 
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The Dawn of Fury, Compton, Ralph
6 Compton, Ralph The Dawn of Fury
A Signet Book 1995 Paperback Good 
Nathan Stone had experienced the horror of Civil War battlefields. But the worst lay ahead. When he returned to Virginia, to the ruins of what had been his home, his father had been butchered and his mother and sister stripped, ravished, and slain. The seven renegades who had done it had ridden away into the West. Half-starved and afoot, Nathan Stone took to their trail. 
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The Long Trail North, Conley, Robert J.
7 Conley, Robert J. The Long Trail North
Pocket Books 1993 0671749307 / 9780671749309 paperback Very Good 
Dhu Walker, a half-Cherokee Texas rancher seeking to avenge the shooting of his partner, pursues a band of outlaws across the American West. By the author of Strange Company. 
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Yellowstone Kelly, Fisher, Clay
8 Fisher, Clay Yellowstone Kelly
Pocket Books 1959 Paperback Good 
Yellowstone Kelly reined in his horse and scanned the narrowing trail. He smelled ambush. Gal;, the murdering Sioux war chief was somewhere ahead - waiting. And with him was the beautiful Indian girl Kelly had sworn to rescue. Every instinct warned Kelly to go back, but in his heart he knew he had no choice. He must follow - no matter what the danger. Cautiously he inched his way forward into the blind and forbidding canyon .... 
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Proud Land, Forster, Logan A.
9 Forster, Logan A. Proud Land
Bantam 1958 Paperback Good 
a superb novel of the death of a mighty Indian Nation - the terrifying but moving story of the great warrior, Victorio, and his beautiful wife, Lahneen, who shared his glory and tragedy, and rode with him on the bloody warpath of revenge. 
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The U. P. Trail, Grey, Zane
10 Grey, Zane The U. P. Trail
Pocket Books 1956 paperback Good 
Building a railroad in 1860's was a life and death struggle in which thousands were slain. Facing the railroaders were some of the most murderous savages ever known in the history of mounted warfare -the Sioux Indians. They were enough to make any white man accept failure - without shame - unless he had a woman. 
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11 Haycox, Ernest The Wild Bunch
A Signet Book 1971 Paperback Acceptable Previous owners names and stamps inside cover 

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Lost Patrol, Hill Morgan,
12 Hill Morgan, Lost Patrol
Sisters, Oregon Sage river Books 2003 1590520505 / 9781590520505 Paper Back New 
A Man Who Laughs at Peril When Lieutenant Boy Locklin arrives at the wagon train he is supposed to escort through Apache territory, what he finds is a massacre. Later, Locklin withstands yet another Indian attack to find a pretty woman - the massacre's sole survivor - by his side. What will happen next, as he leaves his growing family for the shadows of the Civil War? Who can say how long Boyd's carefree courage will last, through close encounters with men and rattlesnakes.... 
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Shadow Riders, Johnston Terry C.
13 Johnston Terry C. Shadow Riders
New York At Martin's paperbacks 1991 0312925972 / 9780312925970 The Plainsmen Book Six paperback Good "6" on title page 
Chief White Bear and his Kiowa tribe would accept no more broken promises from the white man. So they left the Indian Territory reservations and crossed the Red River to the south. But their last desperate attempt to regain the land of their ancestors mean dead white settlers, embattled soldiers, and shaken supply routes, General Sheridan's seasoned forces were now on the move to stem the Indian tide. And crack Army sergeant Seamus Donegan would soon find himself at the center of a vast and bloody war. 
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Red Cloud's Revenge, Johnston, Terry C.
14 Johnston, Terry C. Red Cloud's Revenge
St. Martin's Press 1990 0312927339 / 9780312927332 Paperback Good "May 2000" inside cover 
Seven months of small reprisals since the Fetterman Massacre had passed. Sergeant Seamus Donegan of the Army of the West had witnessed proud leaders - both native and white - steel themselves for the withering clashes to come. And on two consecutive summer days, battle erupted - downing the Dakota Territory in a damburst of bloodshed" the Hay Field Fight and wagon Box Fight of 1867. 
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Sioux Dawn, Johnston, Terry C.
15 Johnston, Terry C. Sioux Dawn
St. Martin's Press 1990 0312927320 / 9780312927325 paperback Acceptable "Mar 2000" Cover loose. all pages are present and tight. 
The Civil War was over, and a great westward march began. Settlers and soldiers poured out of the East along the Bozeman Trail, cutting deep into sacred Sioux hunting grounds. For Red Cloud and his warriors, there would be no choice but to fight for their ancestral rights. Seen through the eyes of gruff Sergeant Seamus Donegan, here is the historically accurate tale of a tragic opening to the war between two great civilizations: the Fetterman Massacre of 1866. 
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The Stalkers, Johnston, Terry C.
16 Johnston, Terry C. The Stalkers
St Martin's paperbacks 1990 0312929633 / 9780312929633 Paperback Good "May 2000" inside cover and "3" on title page 
It was a good day to die. Hoka Hey! Entrenched on a poorly sheltered island, many of Seamus Donegan's crack squad of Army scouts lie dead - and many more are dying. Led by Colonel George Forsyth, fifty seasoned plainsmen had combed the Colorado Territory in search of Cheyenne. Along a fork of the Republican River, these brave men suddenly found themselves outnumbered twenty to one. Now Donegan, his fellow scouts, and his long - lost uncle are trapped - and under attack. As the battle rages Donegan is stalked by a traitor who seeks revenge for old wrongs. Together the dwindling band awaits a heroic last minute rescue form the merciless nine-day siege - known today as the Battle of Beecher Island. 
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Riding For The Brand, L''Amour, Louis
17 L''Amour, Louis Riding For The Brand
New York Bantam Books 1993 0553281054 / 9780553281057 paperback Like new 
The Open West was a land where wanderers could find themselves a home - a home to fight for, to be changed by, sometimes to die for. Jed Asbury was one such journeyman, taking on the identity of a dead man. Allen Ring was another: he'd won his plot of land in a card game only to find he had to win again with a gun. From a has[-been boxer to a ranch hand taking on his bosses' troubles, the characters in these classic Louis L'Amour short stores are all "riding for the brand" - staying loyal to what matters, staking the West with their courage and their blood. 
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Bendigo Shafter, L'Amour, Louis
18 L'Amour, Louis Bendigo Shafter
New York Bantam Books 1993 055326446X / 9780553264463 paperback Good - "mar 2000" and last owners name stamp inside cover 
They came west inspired by the boldest American dream. Pioneers whose hands and hearts shaped the proud destiny of a nation. Seven men and thirteen women and children - strangers who shed their blood to build a community out of the Wyoming wilderness. And towering above them all was Bendigo Shafter, a giant of a man whose love and courage were the equal of the might land. 
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Comstock Lode, L'Amour, Louis
19 L'Amour, Louis Comstock Lode
New York Bantam Books 1992 0553275615 / 9780553275612 Paperback Good - "Feb 2000" inside cover 
It was just a godforsaken mountainside, but no place on earth was richer in silver. For a bustling, enterprising American, this was the best bonanza. the dreamers, the restless, the builders, the vultures - they were lured by the glittering promise of instant riches and survived the brutal hardships of a mining camp to raise a legendary boom town. But some sought more than wealth. Val Travallion, a loner haunted by a violent past. Grita Redaway, a radiantly beautiful actress driven by an unfulfilled need. Two fiercely independent spirits, together they rose above the challenges of the Comstock to stake a bold claim on the future. 
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Monument Rock, L'Amour, Louis
20 L'Amour, Louis Monument Rock
New York Bantam Books 1999 0443580825 Paperback Good - "Apr 1999" inside cover 
Monument Rock features eight Louis L'Amour Western stories that have never been published before: "A Man Called Utah," "Battle at Burnt Camp," "Here Ends the Trail," "Ironwood Station," "Last Day in Town," "Strawhouse Trail," "The Man From the Dead Hills," and the magnificent short novel, "Monument Rock." Here, for the first time anywhere, is a treasure trove of masterful storytelling from the author whose very name evokes the power and majesty of the great American West. Show more Show less 
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