Edgar award-winning author Joe Lansdale returns with the hard-boiled story of a no-nonsense used car salesman ready to turn his life around Ed Edwards is in the used car business, a business built on adjusted odometers, extra-fine print, and the belief that buyers better beware.
In this epic and haunting love story set on the Oregon Trail, a family and their unlikely protector find their way through peril, uncertainty, and loss.
Orphaned at the age of 10, Jim Burden moves to Nebraska to live with his grandparents. There he meets ntonia Shimerda, the daughter of an immigrant family from Bohemia, who have come to carve out a life for themselves in the harsh and bountiful Nebraskan landscape.
Clay Stevens desperately wants to reclaim his grandfather's land, using the latest techniques to bring water to the arid landscape. The last thing he needs is wild wolves on his ranch--even if they are brought there by feisty and determined conservation officer Lacey Montgomery.
Maisie Carter has always been a free spirit. An artist by nature, she has no idea what she's doing as co-owner of Three Chicks Brewery. But she's determined to prove to her older sisters that she can be an asset to their grandfather's beer legacy. The best way to do that? Make the rounds at Colorado's craft-brewery festivals and turn Foxy Diva, their top beer, into an award winner.
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On a cattle drive north, young gun Danielle Strange falls in love with one of the drovers. Now she must choose between letting him, the last of her father's murderers, go free, and sacrificing her own life to send the bushwhacker to Hell.
As always, Zane Grey is a master at bringing the old West to life.
A New York society girl buys a ranch which becomes the center of frontier warfare. Romance soon finds the eastern girl and her cowboy. When the girl is captured by bandits, it is up to him to rescue her. A surprising climax brings the story to a delightful conclusion.
Monty Randolph has always bristled under his eldest brother's tight rein. He's his own man, and he's determined to prove it?and himself?whatever the cost. Getting out of Texas has always been the plan, and now he's got the perfect excuse: driving herd to Wyoming where he can put down new stakes.
Deadwood, Dakota Territory, was filled with luckless miners and diggers, as well as more than its share of lawlessness, and more often than not, there was nothing Marshal Fred Nolan and his two deputy marshals, Wentworth and Grubb, could do. So when a teen hustler, known as Gitalong because of his crippled leg, was hoorawed by a trio of Texas drovers, the law wasn't called in.
Montana, 1968: The small town of Paradise Valley is ripped open when popular rancher and notorious bachelor Tom Butcher is found murdered one morning, beaten to death by a baseball bat. Suspicion among the tight-knit community immediately falls on the outsider, Carl Logan, who recently moved in with his family and his troubled son Roger.
An inexperience cowpuncher with a solid work ethic, Dusty Hannah has earned the respect of his boss. Entrusted with $30,000 of the cattle rancher's gold, he must take the fortune across Texas's Red River by way of Indian territory, where the Apaches still reign. But the Apaches are the least of Dusty's concerns once word of the money reaches the eras of every desperado in the Southwest.