Full Description : "Questions of national sovereignty, immigration and cultural identity were as relevant in the era of the Wild West as they are today, if not more so. William MacLeod Raine's Bucky O'Connor broaches these tricky issues in the midst of a pleasing tale that unfolds in the classic Western tradition.
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Full Description : "A study in contradictions, prolific writer of Western novels William MacLeod Raine was born in England but relocated to a remote cattle ranch on the Texas border ten years later. Pairing his academic studies in literature and journalism with his real-world experience on the range, MacLeod produced a series of beloved novels chronicling the bravery and courage of Western heroes from every walk of life, including the intrepid lawman referred to in the title of A Texas Ranger.
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Full Description : "What do Westerns and detective stories have in common? Quite a lot, if you ask pioneering author and frontier lawyer William MacLeod Raine. In Tangled Trails, Raine brings together the best of both genres in an engaging mystery that unfolds in the wide open spaces of the Old West.
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Full Description : "In the early 1920s Jarvis Elliott is trying to build a railroad through Gateway Pass in the Rockies, a feat which many consider impossible. If he is successful, it will cut two hundred miles off the transcontinental route and open up a vast virgin region to settlement. His daughter, Joyce, is the product of country clubs, motor cars, and fast living and, further, she is in love with Ordway, who is her father's enemy.
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Full Description : "A Californian decides to try his luck among the Australian gold fields.
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Full Description : "It has been the aim of the compiler of this little book to present a Dictionary of Poetical Quotations which will be a ready reference to many of the most familiar stanzas and lines of the chief poets of the English language with a few selections from Continental writers and also some less familiar selections from more modern poets which may in time become classic or which at least have a contemporary interest
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Full Description : "Phyllis leaned against the door-jamb and looked down the long road which wound up from the valley and lost itself now and again in the land waves. Miles away she could see a little cloud of dust travelling behind the microscopic stage, which moved toward her almost as imperceptibly as the minute-hand of a clock. A bronco was descending the hill trail from the Flagstaff mine, and its rider announced his coming with song in a voice young and glad. If the girl heard, she heeded not. One might have guessed her a sullen, silent lass, and would have done her less than justice. For the storm in her eyes and the curl of the lip were born of a mood and not of habit. They had to do with the gay vocalist who drew his horse up in front of her and relaxed into the easy droop of the experienced rider at rest.
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Full Description : "She stood on the crown of the hill silhouetted against a sky-line of deepest blue. Already the sun was sinking in a crotch of the plains which rolled to the horizon edge like waves of a great land sea. Its reflected fires were in her dark stormy eyes. Its long slanted rays were a spotlight for the tall slim figure straight as that of a boy.
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Full Description : "Classic western novel, first published in 1917. "A crisply entertaining love story in the land where might makes right." According to Wikipedia: "William MacLeod Raine (1871—1954), was a British-born American novelist who wrote fictional adventure stories about the American Old West.."
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Full Description : "Considering themselves above the law, Quint Vining and his brothers freely terrorize the residents of Leadville, Colorado, until Cape Wallace, a steelnerved loner, challenges the outlaw Vining brothers
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Full Description : "True stories of real-life heroes and villains of the Old West, from Bucky O’Neill to Billy the Kid. Get to know some of the most legendary lawmen and notorious troublemakers of the American West with these accounts of an era when sheriffs did their best to keep order in a lawless land. Included are tales of range rider Tom Horn, who lived by the gun but died by the rope; the “Apache Kid,” a Native American who went from army scout to renegade fighter; and many more. You’re in for a wild ride—including a detour to the famous frontier, Dodge City—with these stories of heroes, antiheroes, and the people who tried to gun them down. In Famous Sheriffs and Western Outlaws, William MacLeod Raine recalls standoffs, shootouts, rowdy saloons, brave men who protected the innocent, and bad guys who put the “wild” in Wild West.
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