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Revenge of the Dog Team

by William W. Johnstone J. A. Johnstone

William W. Johnstone'sDog Teamnovels of combat shine a searing light on the Army's most secret lethal force. Now, these heroes are once again called into battle-right on U. S. soil. . . In the Southwest, a legendary Vietnam-era aircraft disappears-and officials call it a crash in accessible terrain. On the other side of the country, a deadly shipment of nerve gas is loaded onto a secret train-so that no citizen will ever know. . . Now, these two seemingly unconnected events are bringing out the Army's deep "black op" Dog Team. The mysterious operative "Colonel Kilroy" has been working with American Apache trackers to neutralize Iranian agents coming over the Mexican border. While Captain Steve Ireland, the grandson of a Dog Team great, is on a train bound for hell. . . From two sides of the country, one murderous, terrifying plot is closing in like a vice. Once it does, America's only hope will be precision lethal force-aimed hard into the heart of darkness. . .

Ribbon in the Sky (Dolan Brothers #1)

by Dorothy Garlock

Spritely, auburn-haired Letty Pringle had been forbidden by her hell-and-brimstone preacher pa to see Mike Dolan, but the young sweethearts had whispered their vow to someday be man and wife. Then a cruel betrayal tore them apart and left Letty on a windswept Midwestern farm to raise their son alone. Struggling to build a future over the years, she learned to harden her heart to desire . . . until big, dark-haired Mike marched into town, looking for his woman and his dream--and ready to fight the world to have her in his arms again.

Ride, Boldly Ride: The Evolution of the American Western

by Mary Lea Bandy Kevin Stoehr

This comprehensive study of the Western covers its history from the early silent era to recent spins on the genre in films such as No Country for Old Men, There Will Be Blood, True Grit, and Cowboys & Aliens. While providing fresh perspectives on landmarks such as Stagecoach, Red River, The Searchers, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, and The Wild Bunch, the authors also pay tribute to many under-appreciated Westerns. Ride, Boldly Ride explores major phases of the Western's development, including silent era oaters, A-production classics of the 1930s and early 1940s, and the more psychologically complex portrayals of the Westerner that emerged after World War II. The authors also examine various forms of genre-revival and genre-revisionism that have recurred over the past half-century, culminating especially in the masterworks of Clint Eastwood. They consider themes such as the inner life of the Western hero, the importance of the natural landscape, the roles played by women, the tension between myth and history, the depiction of the Native American, and the juxtaposing of comedy and tragedy. Written in clear, engaging prose, this is the only survey that encompasses the entire history of this long-lived and much-loved genre.

Ride the Free Wind (Savage Destiny #2)

by Rosanne Bittner

Though it was a hard road west to the Cheyenne nation, spirited Abigail Trent and courageous Lone Eagle had made it together. They knew as long as they had each other they could survive. She had chosen love over loyalty; she could never return to the people of her birth even if it meant warfare and death.

Rider of Lost Creek (Kilkenny #2)

by Louis L'Amour

Kilkenny owes Mort Davis his life, so when Davis finds himself caught in a violent struggle between two powerful and arrogant families, Kilkenny answers the call for help and He tries to broker a peace between the warring patriarchs, Webb Steele and Chet Lord, but soon realizes that Steele and Lord are merely pawns in a sinister plot that could destroy both men, their families and anyone who gets in the way.

Riders From Long Pines

by Ralph Cotton

no good deed. . . When four drovers stumble upon the bloody aftermath of a stagecoach robbery, they discover a cache of money belonging to the most powerful man in the county. They decide to do the right thing and return the cash. But the outlaw responsible for the robbery is dead-set on getting back his money, and he has a stolen badge to hide behind. Arizona Ranger Sam Burrack and his shotgun-toting partner Maria are determined to catch the outlaw and get to the drovers before they meet with serious harm for doing good.

Riders of the Dawn

by Louis L'Amour

Riders of the Plains

by Max Brand

Maimed by his injuries, Peter Hale battled the Westerner's scorn for a cripple, and brought new life and prosperity to the family ranch. Then he dropped out of sight.

Riders of the Pony Express

by Ralph Moody

The Pony Express existed for only a little more than a year, but in those short months it added a glowing chapter to Western history. A rider was given a red flannel shirt, blue trousers, a Bible, and a Colt revolver for the race against time. He needed them all -- particularly the gun. This is a thrilling and authentic account of the young men and boys who carried the mail almost two thousand miles in ten days and nights of merciless riding between San Francisco and St. Joseph, Missouri, over blizzard-swept mountains, across blazing deserts and through the heart of hostile Indian country.

Riding the Pony Express

by Deborah Kent

When her father dies suddenly, 15-year-old Lexie McDonald is left an orphan in the Wyoming territory. Her brother, Callum, is on the run, accused of a crime he didn't commit, and plans are in place to send Lexie to live with an aunt in New York City. Rather than be separated from her beloved horse Cougar, Lexie disguises herself as a boy and sets out along the dangerous Pony Express trail to find Callum and clear his name.

Riding the Whirlwind (The Gunsmith, 283)

by J. R. Roberts

The town of Labyrinth is like home to Clint Adams and when the Castiglione gang grabs property rights and starts strong-arming citizens, Clint decides its time to clean house.

Rigged to Ride (Rodeo Riders)

by Mike Flanagan

Under the guidance of veteran cowboy Jack Lomas, young rodeo rider Clay Tory has slowly but steadily risen in the ranks. Everything is coming together for this unlikely partnership. But the two are thrown like a greenhorn from a bronco when suspicious mishaps begin to befall Clay's fellow riders. When the two start digging for answers, Clay is viciously attacked, almost crippling his rodeo career forever. It turns out that some very powerful people from Las Vegas are trying to fix the contest in their favor--and they want Clay and Jack out of commission. But they're about to find out that the one thing a rodeo man will never do is stay down....

The River Nymph

by Shirl Henke Jim Henke

When a lady gambler wins half interest in a Missouri riverboat, the captain fears he may lose his heart in the bargain.

A Rocky Mountain Christmas

by William W. Johnstone J. A. Johnstone

The families Jensen and MacCallister are two of the most legendary clans in frontier fiction. Now, the USA Today bestselling authors of A Lone Star Christmas bring them together once more--in a gripping tale of tragedy, survival, love, betrayal, and maybe even a miracle... Three days before Christmas, Matt Jensen is traveling the Denver and Pacific railway when an avalanche slams down onto the train, trapping it in desolate Trout Creek Pass. But it wasn't an act of nature that caused the accident; it was a gang of outlaws attempting to rescue their leader, who is being taken to Red Cliff to be hanged. As Smoke Jensen and Duff MacCallister frantically try to make their way to the scene, Matt struggles to save the survivors, among them a beautiful young woman with a dark past, a merchant seaman turned rancher, and a senator with his very ill young daughter. Starving under a bitter, driving snow in the brutal, unforgiving Rocky Mountains, and surrounded by armed and desperate outlaws, Matt still dreams of making it home for Christmas. But unless fate lends a hand, nobody will.

A Rocky Mountain Christmas

by William W. Johnstone J. A

The families Jensen and MacCallister are two of the most legendary clans in frontier fiction. Now, the USA Today bestselling authors of A Lone Star Christmas bring them together once more--in a gripping tale of tragedy, survival, love, betrayal, and maybe even a miracle. . . Three days before Christmas, Matt Jensen is traveling the Denver and Pacific railway when an avalanche slams down onto the train, trapping it in desolate Trout Creek Pass. But it wasn't an act of nature that caused the accident; it was a gang of outlaws attempting to rescue their leader, who is being taken to Red Cliff to be hanged. As Smoke Jensen and Duff MacCallister frantically try to make their way to the scene, Matt struggles to save the survivors, among them a beautiful young woman with a dark past, a merchant seaman turned rancher, and a senator with his very ill young daughter. Starving under a bitter, driving snow in the brutal, unforgiving Rocky Mountains, and surrounded by armed and desperate outlaws, Matt still dreams of making it home for Christmas. But unless fate lends a hand, nobody will.

Rocky Mountain Hero (Home on the Ranch #2)

by Audra Harders

With a broken-down truck, miles to go and little money, single mother Melanie Hunter needs help. It comes in the handsome form of rancher Gabe Davidson. He'll pay for the three-week repair job and provide lodging for her and her boy-if she'll take coordinating the town barbecue off his busy hands. Melanie accepts, figuring she'll soon be on her way to her new life. But as she gets to know the kind townspeople-and the hardworking cowboy her son adores-she realizes she's found her home. Now if only her Rocky Mountain hero will ask her to stay.

Rope the Wind

by Norman A. Fox

Terry Mullane was on the trail of two soldiers who'd vanished in wartime, making off with a fortune in Army gold. One was Terry's father, whom some called a dead hero. Others called him a traitor and a thief, living a life of luxury in a Mexican hideaway. Saddled up solo to cross the Continental Divide, Terry meant to uncover his father's mysterious fate and clear his family name. But everyone who could help him was dead or running scared.

The Rough Guide to Westerns

by Paul Simpson

From the saloon to the cattle trail, gunslinging outlaws to ferocious Indians, The Rough Guide to Westerns is the ultimate companion to the genre that has, since the birth of cinema, fed our fascination with the Wild West. The origins: How the myth of the West was shaped as much by entertainers like Buffalo Bill and James Fenimore Cooper as by real-life figures like Wyatt Earp and Billy the Kid, The history: From the silent era, through 50s box-office domination, to spaghetti and 21st-century Westerns, The canon: 50 essential Westerns, including Stagecoach, Once Upon A Time In The West, High Noon and The Searchers, The icons: Profiles of legends such as John Wayne, John Ford, Sergio Leone, Clint Eastwood and Gary Cooper, And the rest: Westerns from around the world, archetypal characters, iconic locations, and the best books, magazines and websites.

The Rough Rider (House of Winslow, #19)

by Gilbert Morris

Book 19 of the House of Winslow series

Rowdy Rides To Glory

by Louis L'Amour

Western fiction from Louis L'Amour.

Royal Coach (Stagecoach Station #31)

by Hank Mitchum

From the teeming city of Chicago to the rugged Badlands of the Dakotas, from the majestic Rocky Mountains to California's Gold Coast, the Royal Coach rolls proudly across the frontier. Count Wilhelm von Schiller and his lovely sister Cristiana embark upon a grand adventure with a host of compelling characters. In their specially built Concord coach they traverse this new and savage land, where death lurks at every bend--and rides with them in their own traveling party. A novel as big and beautiful as the untamed frontier, ROYAL COACH will thrill the millions of readers of the bestselling STAGECOACH series with a new tale of danger and romance in the Wild West.

The Royal Roads: Spanish Trails in North America

by Kathy Pelta

This book follows the trails established by the Spanish between the 1500s and the 1800s in the southeast, the southwest, and along the California coast. Includes bibliographical references and index.

Running Wild (Men from Battle Ridge #1)

by Linda Howard Linda Jones

In book 1 of this steamy new contemporary Western romance series by two blockbuster authors, a cowboy and a woman on the run take a stand and fight for love. Carlin Reed lives in fear, off the grid, moving from place to place. So Battle Ridge, Wyoming, a small town in the middle of nowhere, seems like a good place to lie low for a while. But after becoming cook and housekeeper to cattle rancher Zeke Decker, Carlin suspects that she's made her first mistake. Rugged, sexy, and too distracting for his own good, Zeke is pure temptation mixed with something deep and primal that makes Carlin feel almost safe. Soon things are getting way too hot in the kitchen. Zeke doesn't challenge Carlin's terms: cash, dead bolts, and no questions. It is easy to see that she's a woman in trouble. Problem is, he's so blindsided by his attraction to her he can't think straight. Zeke tries to stay all business, no complications--but that game plan is sabotaged the second Carlin gets under his skin. And when her terrifying past follows her to the ranch, Carlin faces a heartbreaking choice: run away from the man she loves, or put him in the crosshairs of a madman.

The Rustler (Stone Creek #3)

by Linda Lael Miller

Where does an outlaw go when he's ready to turn straight? For Wyatt Yarbro, reformed rustler and train robber, Stone Creek is his place of redemption. And lovely Sarah Tamlin is the perfect angel to help him clean up his act....But Sarah keeps a dark secret behind her prim and proper facade, even as her heart is lost to charming, sexy Wyatt. When a vengeful enemy prepares to unleash havoc on the peaceful town, Wyatt and Sarah will discover that they can't hide from the past. To win the fight, they must believe in something they never trusted before-the hope of tomorrow.

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