Fb2 Borderline (Black Horse Western) ePub
by Abe Dancer
|Publisher:||Robert Hale Ltd (February 28, 2003)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1731 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1975 kb|
|Digital formats:||docx lit rtf doc|
by Abe Dancer (Author), Dean Edwards (Author), Tyler Hatch (Author), Scott Connor (Author) & 1 more.
бесплатно, без регистрации и без смс. RIO BONITO: Joe Kettle possessed the grit and fighting blood of his father, and his father before him. And he needed it, for Wilshaw Broome - once a loyal foreman of the Standing K ranch - was using hired gunme. And he needed it, for Wilshaw Broome - once a loyal foreman of the Standing K ranch - was using hired gunmen in his effort to seize the Kettle domain. Supported by an ageing Hector Chaf and Ben McGovren, Joe sets out to win back his birthright.
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Charles Alden Seltzer: 6 western novels.
Publishers of Western Fiction since the 1930s . Written under the pen-name Cole Shelton and published by Black Horse Westerns, the story is about two men who ride home from the Civil War. One is Luke Dawson, the other is Honani, a Navajo Indian. While these men have been away, greedy rancher Dallas Zimmer has stolen Luke's girl and seized the Indian's land.
Young drifter Hal Harper rides into the remote town of Senora when he finds himself looking down the barrels of the law.
Saddles and Spurs (Black Horse Westerns) By Walt Keane.
Silver bay. Night music. Henri nodded, a sudden attack of nerves silencing him. He mounted, gathered his reins, checked that the black peaked cap was straight on his shorn head
Silver bay. He mounted, gathered his reins, checked that the black peaked cap was straight on his shorn head. He could hear the murmur of the crowd, the expectant hush as the orchestra played a few exploratory notes, the kind of dense silence that can only come from a thousand people watching intently. He was dimly aware of a murmured 'Good luck' among his fellows, and then he was guiding Gerontius into his place, halfway along the militarily exact line of gleaming, beribboned horses.