Westerns

"Any man can shoot a gun, and with practice he can draw fast and shoot accurately, but that makes no difference. What counts is how you stand up when somebody is shooting back at you." - Louis L'Amour

The American West gave rise to stories and legends about the cowboys, cattlemen, gunfighters, buffalo hunters, pioneers, and plainsmen who settled the land in the latter half of the 19th Century. Westerns depict a society organized around codes of honor and personal justice. A literary descendant of the Arthurian knight errant and the Japanese ronin, the heroes of Westerns often rescue damsels in distress and right wrongs. These shoot-'em-ups were made popular by writers like Zane Grey, Max Brand, Louis L'Amour, and Elmore Leonard -- and all the cowboy movies based on their books.
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Coronado’s Trail Coronado’s Trail - An Arizona Borderlands Mystery
by Carl and Jane Bock $3.99 ebook, $14.95 paperback
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Ten Good HorsesTen Good Horses
by Robert L. Stave $3.99 ebook, $14.95 paperback
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by James R. Fox, $3.99 ebook, $19.95 paperback
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by Randall Parrish and H.L. Osterman, $3.99 ebook, $14.95 paperback
This retold tale can be described as "An Erotic Western Thriller." It represents a posthumous collaboration between a popular western romanticist and a modern-day "book doctor." This is the story of Beth Norvell, a mysterious actress playing the Old West . . . Buy and/or Read More >>>


The Case of Cavendish:
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by Randall Parrish and H.L. Osterman,
$3.99 ebook, $14.95 paperback
Dubbed "An Erotic Western Thriller," the posthumous collaboration between a popular western romanticist and a modern-day "book doctor" has produced a new kind of book hybrid. This retold adventure pits a spirited New York newspaperwoman against a shyster lawyer, dangerous cowboys, and deadly Mexican banditos
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by Mark Ryno, $3.99 ebook; $14.95 paperback.
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Zane Grey Zane Grey’s Two-Gun Tales (1): The Last of the Plainsmen/The Last Trail.
by Zane Grey, edited by H.L. Osterman,
$2.99
Two Great Western Novels in One eBook. The Last of the Plainsmen chronicles the adventures of Buffalo Jones, a real-life frontiersman.
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by Zane Grey, edited by H.L. Osterman,
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