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The Desert of Wheat

Claim Number One

A Texas Matchmaker

by Andy Adams

From the writer and genuine Western Trail cattle driver, responsible for some of the best and most realistic accounts of cowboy life in literature.

The Quirt

Cabin Fever

by B.M. Bower

If you would test the soul of a friend, take him into the wilderness and rub elbows with him for five months. Either you will hate each other forever afterwards, or emerge with contempt tinged with a pitying...

The Duke of Chimney Butte

by George W. Ogden

When Jerry Lambert, "the Duke," attempts to safeguard the cattle ranch of Vesta Philbrook from thieving neighbors, his work is appallingly handicapped because of Grace Kerr, one of the chief agitators, and a...

The Lure of the Dim Trails

by B.M. Bower

A vivid portrayal of the experience of an Eastern author, among the cowboys of the West, in search of "local color" for a new novel. "Bud" Thurston learns many a lesson while following "the lure of the dim trails"...

The Bondboy

by George W. Ogden

Joe Newbolt, bound out by force of family conditions to work for a number of years, is accused of murder and circumstances are against him. His mouth is sealed; he cannot, as a gentleman, utter the words that...

The Young Forester

The Rustlers of Pecos County

by Zane Grey

Texas was a huge wide place full of frontiersmen, ranchers, farmers, cowpokes, shiftless no-accounts, shootists, rascals, and politicians -- all of them blended together into a single state. The Rangers -- lawmen,...

Cattle Brands

by Andy Adams

It was a wet, bad year on the Old Western Trail. From Red River north and all along was herd after herd waterbound by high water in the rivers. Our outfit lay over nearly a week on the South Canadian, but we...

The Uphill Climb

by B.M. Bower

Ford lifted his arms above his head to yawn as does a man who has slept too heavily, found his biceps stiffened and sore, and massaged them gingerly with his finger-tips. His eyes took on the vacancy of memory...

Sharp's Gun Serenade

Trail's End

by George W. Ogden

Ascalon was the end of the trail for thirsty cowboys who gave vent to their pent-up feelings without restraint. Calvin Morgan was not concerned with its wickedness until Seth Craddock's malevolence directed...

Texas John Alden

Cupid From Bear Creek

The Road to Bear Creek

The Thunder Bird

The Conquerin' Hero of the Humbolts

Pistol Politics