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Western Fiction 10 Pack: 10 Full Length Classic Westerns - cover

Western Fiction 10 Pack: 10 Full Length Classic Westerns

Bret Harte, Zane Grey, Owen Wister, Andy Adams, Marah Ellis Ryan, Max Brand, B. M. Bower

Publisher: LMAB

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Summary

Ten classic westerns from arguably some of the top western writers of all time.

Salomy Jane (1898)
The Virginian, A Horseman Of The Plains (1902)
The Log of a Cowboy (1903)
Riders of the Purple Sage (1912)
The Lone Star Ranger (1915)
Wildfire (1917)
Cabin Fever (1918)
The Treasure Trail (1918)
The Mysterious Rider (1921)
Black Jack (1922)

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