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The Long Shadow

by B. M. Bower

B. M. Bower was one of the most prolific and popular writers in the early days of the Western genre, and stories like The Long Shadow explain the author's abiding popularity. From heartrending descriptions of...

The Phantom Herd

by B. M. Bower

Many of B. M. Bower's Western novels were adapted for the silver screen, an experience she puts to hilarious use in the entertaining novel The Phantom Herd. In it, Bower skewers the filmmaking process, depicting...

The Way of a Man

by Emerson Hough

Emerson Hough was a fascinating figure and prolific author of classic Western novels. Engrossed by the idea of the Wild West, the young law school graduate from the Midwest pulled up stakes and made his way...

The Trail of the White Mule

by B. M. Bower

Equal parts daring and prone to disaster, B.M. Bower's beloved hero with a heart of gold, Casey Ryan, is at it again in The Trail of the White Mule. Whether he's veering through traffic at high speed in the...

Jean of the Lazy A

by B. M. Bower

A man is found shot dead in the kitchen of the Lazy A ranch, and in an absence of other evidence, ranch owner Aleck Douglas is convicted of the crime. His daughter Jean is absolutely certain that he is innocent...

The Trapper's Daughter: A Story of the Rocky Mountains

by Gustave Aimard & Lascelles Wraxall

Though born in France, writer Gustave Aimard had a frontier spirit, and his travels in northern Mexico proved to be a life-changing experience. In The Trapper's Daughter, Aimard combines all of the elements...

The Lookout Man

by B. M. Bower

Fans of B. M. Bower's fast-paced Western novels will love The Lookout Man. Set in Northern California when the region was still teetering between civilization and Old West devilry, the novel tells the tale of...

The Bells of San Juan

by Jackson Gregory

A seemingly bucolic town in California is poised on the brink of a hopeful new era, but behind-the-scenes drama and intrigue threaten to hamper the community's prospects. Will the Bells of San Juan ever ring...

Philip Steele of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police

by James Oliver Curwood

Though he grew up in the lap of luxury, adventurous aristocrat Philip Steele is driven to do more with his life than dedicate it to hedonistic leisure. Looking for a way to serve his country, he conceals his...

The Thunder Bird

by B. M. Bower

What happens when the hardscrabble cowboys of the Wild West are introduced to the latest in twentieth-century technology? In some cases, they take to the sky as the daring pilots who are preparing the country...

Lone Pine: The Story of a Lost Mine

by R. B. Townshend

Against the backdrop of the wild and lawless Old West, author R. B. Townshend spins an exciting yarn about a quest to locate a long-lost mine that, according to legend, is home to untold riches. Along the way,...

Casey Ryan

by B. M. Bower

Though she made her name as one of the first female authors to achieve widespread popularity as a writer of Westerns, B. M. Bower's later work broached the fascinating subject of the way that new technologies...

The Pirates of the Prairies: Adventures in the American Desert

by Gustave Aimard & Lascelles Wraxall

Born under harsh circumstances, author Gustave Aimard began his lifelong travels at the tender age of nine, when he first set sail on a fishing rig. Eventually, Aimard found himself in Mexico, where his experiences...

The Trail-Hunter: A Tale of the Far West

by Gustave Aimard & Lascelles Wraxall

In the nineteenth century, the border region between Texas and Mexico was a dangerous region populated by warring tribes, lawless cowboys, and profit-crazed government agents. In The Trail-Hunter, author Gustave...

The Country Beyond: A Romance of the Wilderness

by James Oliver Curwood

For years, small-time criminal Jolly Roger McKay has been on the lam, hiding in town after nondescript town from the Royal Northwest Mounted Police who will stop at nothing to apprehend him, despite the fact...

Flower of the North

by James Oliver Curwood

What starts out as a leisurely river journey soon blooms into a terrifying web of death and deceit in James Oliver Curwood's suspenseful tale Flower of the North. As protagonist Philip Whittemore begins to pull...

Rowdy of the Cross L

by B. M. Bower

This short but engaging novel contains all of the elements that made B. M. Bower's books a mainstay of the genre of classic Westerns. Rowdy Vaughn is a goodhearted but somewhat uncouth range rider whose attempts...

The Valley of Silent Men

by James Oliver Curwood

This adventure-packed romp is chock-full of the classic elements that made James Oliver Curwood one of the world's most popular writers in the early twentieth century. The protagonist, Sergeant Kent, is a Canadian...

The Covered Wagon

by Emerson Hough

Acclaimed Western writer Emerson Hough died only days after attending the premiere of the movie based on his novel The Covered Wagon. The story follows a caravan of early settlers as they make their way from...

The Heritage of the Sioux

by B. M. Bower

Pioneering Western writer Bertha Muzzy Bower gained critical acclaim by bringing a unique female perspective to her tales of ranch life. In The Heritage of the Sioux, Bower brings a similarly empathic perspective...