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West Of The Pecos

Author: Zane Grey
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1510703470
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From one of the bestselling western novelists of all time, comes another classic story. Templeton Lambeth had so desperately wanted a son— an heir to ride by his side through the vast, wild ranges just west of the Pecos River. But to his disappointment, his wife bore a girl. His hopes crushed and in denial, he decides to raise his daughter as if she were a boy. In honor of Lambeth’s more successful brother, they named her: Terrill. Upon the arrival of the Civil War, Lambeth enlists in Lee’s army, leaving behind his wife and tomboy daughter, with hopes to reconcile living in the shadow of his brother. By the time the war ends, Lambeth returns a colonel and his wife has passed. Tired of his old life as a cotton planter, he packs up with his tomboy daughter, Rill, and heads for the alluring western frontier to start anew. After they arrive in the West, the Colonel is brutally murdered. Rill, disguised as a youth of eighteen who rode with the toughest, is left to fend for herself in the Wild West swarming with outlaws. Enter the one they called Pecos Smith—a rugged desperado with a mysterious past and one bad reputation. Though, he may not be what he seems. Filled with adventure, bandits, and the beautiful landscape of America in its formative years, West of the Pecos is a classic tale by one of the greatest novelists of the American west. Skyhorse Publishing is proud to publish a broad range of books for readers interested in fiction that takes place in the old West. Westerns—books about outlaws, sheriffs, chiefs and warriors, cowboys and Indians—are a genre in which we publish regularly. Our list includes international bestselling authors like Zane Gray and Louis L’Amour, and many more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.

A Biographical Dictionary Of Silent Film Western Actors And Actresses

Author: George A. Katchmer
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 0786446935
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Long before sound became an essential part of motion pictures, Westerns were an established genre. The men and women who brought to life cowboys, cowgirls, villains, sidekicks, distressed damsels and outraged townspeople often continued with their film careers, finding success and fame well into the sound era--always knowing that it was in silent Westerns that their careers began. More than a thousand of these once-silent Western players are featured in this fully indexed encyclopedic work. Each entry includes a detailed biography, covering both personal and professional milestones and a complete Western filmography. A foreword is supplied by Diana Serra Cary (formerly the child star "Baby Peggy"), who performed with many of the actors herein.

Bis Zum Letzten Mann

Author: Zane Grey
Publisher: BookRix
ISBN: 3743872072
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Der Mann liegt mitten auf der Straße, mit dem Gesicht im Staub. Jean Isbel weiß, dass er nicht der erste war und dass er nicht der letzte sein wird in diesem blutigen Krieg, der zwischen Ranchern und Schafzüchtern tobt.Doch hinter all dem steckt weitaus mehr als nur der Kampf um gutes Weideland: Im Pleasant Valley suchen zwei Familien, die eine uralte Fehde zu unversöhnlichen Feinden gemacht hat, eine Entscheidung auf Leben und Tod. Auf der einen Seite steht Gass Isbel mit seinen Söhnen, auf der anderen Colonel Lee Jorth mit seinen verwegenen Männern. Für beide... gibt es kein Zurück mehr.Aber noch schlimmer sind die zweibeinigen Wölfe, die zwischen ihnen stehen...Zane Grey ist einer der bedeutendsten Klassiker unter den Autoren des amerikanischen Western: Sein Roman Bis zum letzten Mann gilt überdies als eines der großen tragischen Werke dieses Genres. Der Apex-Verlag präsentiert diesen Roman in seiner Reihe APEX WESTERN als durchgesehene Neu-Ausgabe, ergänzt um ein Essay von Dr. Karl Jürgen Roth.

American Myths Legends And Tall Tales An Encyclopedia Of American Folklore 3 Volumes

Author: Christopher R. Fee
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1610695682
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A fascinating survey of the entire history of tall tales, folklore, and mythology in the United States from earliest times to the present, including stories and myths from the modern era that have become an essential part of contemporary popular culture. • Presents a compelling mix of some 500 entries drawn from traditional Native American and European American culture as well as Mexican American, African American, Chinese American, and other national traditions • Includes numerous primary documents that help readers to pinpoint and understand the origins of different myths and legends as well as how they evolve over time • Features a wide variety of entries drawn from newer traditions of science fiction, urban legends, and conspiracy theories • Supplies bibliographic references with each entry that include websites for further reading and research

The Western Novel Megapack Tm 4 Classic Tales Of The Old West

Author: Burt Arthur
Publisher: Wildside Press LLC
ISBN: 1479408328
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The Western Novel MEGAPACKTM presents four classic tales of the Old West, by four different writers. Included in this volume are: GUN LAW ON THE RANGE, by Burt Arthur THE STRANGER IN BOOTS, by A. Scott Leslie TALL IN THE SADDLE, by Chuck Martin THE CAGE, by Talmage Powell If you enjoy this volume of classic westerns, don't forget to search your favorite ebook store for "Wildside Press Megapack" to see the 200+ other entries in this series, covering classic and historical fiction, science fiction, fantasy, horror, mysteries -- and much, much more!

Famous Sheriffs And Western Outlaws

Author: William MacLeod Raine
Publisher: Skyhorse
ISBN: 1626366438
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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.

Rebels In The Rockies

Author: Walter Earl Pittman
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 1476614385
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The Civil War in 1861 found Southerners a minority throughout the West. Early efforts to create military forces were quickly suppressed. Many returned to the South to fight while others remained where they were, forming a potentially disloyal population. Underground movements existed throughout the war in Colorado, California, Nevada, New Mexico, Arizona and even Idaho. Repeatedly betrayed and overwhelmed by Union forces and without communications with the South, these groups were ineffective. In southern New Mexico, Southerners, who were the majority, aligned themselves with the Confederacy. Four small companies of irregulars, one Hispanic, fought (effectively) as part of the abortive Confederate invasion force of 1861–2. The most famous of these, the “Brigands,” were close in function to a modern special forces unit. In 1862 the Brigands were sent into Colorado to join up with a secret army of 600–1,000 men massing there, but were betrayed. Returning to Texas, the Brigands and the other irregulars were used for special operations in the West throughout the War; they also fought in the Louisiana-Arkansas campaigns of 1863–4.