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50 WESTERNS (Vol 2) - Ride Proud Rebel Winnetou The Two-Gun Man The Last of the Mohicans The Outcasts of Poker Flat Heart of the West - cover

50 WESTERNS (Vol 2) - Ride Proud Rebel Winnetou The Two-Gun Man The Last of the Mohicans The Outcasts of Poker Flat Heart of the West

James Fenimore Cooper, O. Henry, Bret Harte, Frederic Remington, Emerson Hough, Willa Cather, Zane Grey, Owen Wister, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Andy Adams, Karl May, Robert W. Chambers, Robert E. Howard, Max Brand, Andre Norton, Charles Alden Seltzer, Frank H. Spearman, J. Allan Dunn, B.M. Bower, Grace Livingston Hill, Jackson Gregory, Dane Coolidge, Frederic Homer Balch, Charles Siringo

Publisher: e-artnow

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e-artnow presents this meticulously edited collection of the carefully selected - best and most exciting Westerns: Rebel Spurs (Andre Norton) Ride Proud, Rebel! (Andre Norton) The Bandit of Hell's Bend (Edgar Rice Burroughs) Riders of the Purple Sage (Zane Grey) The Rainbow Trail (Zane Grey) The Spirit of the Border (Zane Grey) Winnetou (Karl May) The Untamed (Max Brand) The Night Horseman (Max Brand) The Seventh Man (Max Brand) The Virginian: A Horseman of the Plains (Owen Wister) The Last of the Mohicans (James Fenimore Cooper) The Prairie (James Fenimore Cooper) Chip, of the Flying U (B. M. Bower) The Flying U Ranch (B. M. Bower) The Flying U's Last Stand (B. M. Bower) Cabin Fever (B. M. Bower) Rimrock Trail (J. Allan Dunn) The 'Breckinridge Elkins' Series (Robert E. Howard) The Outcasts of Poker Flat (Bret Harte) Heart of the West (O. Henry) White Fang (Jack London) The Wolf Hunters (James Oliver Curwood) The Log of a Cowboy: A Narrative of the Old Trail Days (Andy Adams) The Two-Gun Man (Charles Alden Seltzer) The Law of the Land (Emerson Hough) The Short Cut (Jackson Gregory) Whispering Smith (Frank H. Spearman) A Texas Cow Boy (Charles Siringo) The Desert Trail (Dane Coolidge) Hidden Water (Dane Coolidge) That Girl Montana (Marah Ellis Ryan) A Voice in the Wilderness (Grace Livingston Hill) The Rules of the Game (Stewart Edward White) Paid Off (Walt Coburn) The Lonesome Trail (John Neihardt) Spawn of the Desert (W. C. Tuttle) A Texas Ranger (William MacLeod Raine) Gunsight Pass (William MacLeod Raine) The Conquest (Oscar Micheaux) John Brent (Theodore Winthrop) The Lone Ranger Rides (Fran Striker) The Heart of Canyon Pass (Thomas Holmes) The Lions of the Lord (Harry Leon Wilson) Raw Gold (Bertrand William Sinclair) The Valley of the Giants (Peter B. Kyne)...
Available since: 12/11/2023.
Print length: 11144 pages.

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