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"A masterpiece." - R.O. Kwon
The Crucible meets True Grit in this riveting adventure story of a fugitive girl, a mysterious gang of robbers, and their dangerous mission to transform the Wild West.
The Pulitzer Prize–winning American classic of the American West that follows two aging Texas Rangers embarking on one last adventure.
“One of the most captivating novels of the year.” – Washington Post
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.
Legendary bestselling Western authors William W. Johnstone and J.A. Johnstone kick off a blazing new series featuring Stoneface Finnegan, the former Pinkerton agent now serving up shots of justice as the owner of a boomtown saloon in Idaho Territory.
JOHNSTONE COUNTRY. BOOMTOWN JUSTICE.
The new novel in Craig Johnson's beloved New York Times bestselling Longmire series.
"It's the scenery—and the big guy standing in front of the scenery—that keeps us coming back to Craig Johnson's lean and leathery mysteries."
—The New York Times Book Review
An epic novel of the violence and depravity that attended America's westward expansion, Blood Meridian brilliantly subverts the conventions of the Western novel and the mythology of the "wild west."
“McMurtry is an alchemist who converts the basest materials to gold.” — New York Times Book Review
Stagecoach guard Red Ryan has managed to survive every dirty, danger-filled trail in Texas. But this time, the journey is hell on four wheels. And the next stop could be his last...
BIG TROUBLE IN A SMALL TOWN
“Every line is poetry down and dirty in the mud, right where it belongs.” — Publishers Weekly
A young writer hits the dusty Texas highway for the California coast in this “brilliant . . . funny and dangerously tender” (Time) tale of art and sacrifice.
“If Chaucer were a Texan writing today . . . this is how he would have written and this is how he would have felt.”— New York Times