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John Hare lies dying in the desert until he is discovered and saved by the kind and generous rancher, August Naab. As Hare is nursed back to health on Naab’s ranch, he finds himself irresistibly attracted to Naab’s adopted daughter, Mescal. Here is a story of action and also a love story. It is a story of gunfighting, cattle rustling, fighting over waterholes, and the amazing capture of Silvermane, the magnificent stallion of the desert.
THE HORSEMEN, is the story of the Ballou family's brave struggle to fulfill a dream. The Ballous were the finest horsemen in the South, a courageous Tennessee family famous for the training and breeding of glorious thoroughbreds. When the Civil War devastated their home and their lives, they headed west into the heart of Indian territory. As horsemen, they triumphed. As a family, they endured. But as pioneers in a new land, they faced unimaginable hardship, danger and rut..
For many bold pioneers headed west, the sweetest sight of all was the Humboldt River, a crooked ribbon of silver snaking through Nevada into California. But to Libby Pike and her family, the Humboldt brought sudden disaster. Stranded with her young daughter, Libby found herself surrounded by hostile renegades and an unforgiving wilderness. Then she stumbled upon a father and his two sons in search of a dream valley where they could settle and prosper. Together, with courage a..
After burying their parents, the three young Isom brothers faced starvation. Desperate and penniless, they set out in search of work. Their long, difficult journey forces them to discover themselves, and the harsh reality of life in the late 1800's. With hard work, determination, and a dream, they emerge as one of the greatest success stories of the old west.
CD ISBN: 978-1-61453-641-3
After burying their parents, the three young Isom brothers faced starvation. Desperate and penniless, they set out in search of work. Their long, difficult journey forces them to discover themselves, and the harsh reality of life in the late 1800’s. With hard work, determination, and a dream, they emerge as one of the greatest success stories of the old west.
CD ISBN: 978-1-61453-489-1
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The Keystone Kid had come all the way from Pennsylvania to be a cowboy, and stepped off the train dressed to the teeth in an atrocious freshly bought Western outfit. It was no surprise to anyone when he almost instantly became the butt of some unpleasant jokes in the local bar. What was surprising was that he made no attempt to fight back against the bully who had decided to make a show of it. He gained two things that day – his name, the “Keystone Kid,” and..
1870. A fugitive from Yankee justice, Confederate veteran Sandy Thompson looks for peace and solitude in the expanses of the untamed West. His quest is complicated by his reluctant, low-down business partner and an orphaned Indian girl entrusted to his care. Somehow, together, the three drifters must find a home in a land where thieves, Yankees, vengeful Indians, and forces of nature constantly threaten their survival.
CD ISBN: 978-1-61453-897-4
Colonel Benjamin Franklin Terry was killed and his successor, Colonel Thomas Lubbock, died immediately afterwards of camp fever. Still, one of the greatest cavalry units in the Civil War looked onward towards victory with the leadership of two more unbeatable heroic officers, General Albert Sidney Johnston, and General John Austin Wharton, together with two rugged cowboys who knew something about guns and horses. This second story from the saga, is the continuing plight of Ma..
A genuine and vivid chronicle of frontier days along the Ohio River when a cocked rifle and a soft step were the surest means of survival.
CD ISBN: 1-59607-260-1
Read by Gene Engene
Approx. 8 Hrs. 7 CDs
Madeline Hammond, a New York society beauty, buys a ranch near the turbulent Mexican border and is welcomed to the West with a bloody revolution. Her ranch becomes the center of frontier warfare. Her ranch is ably defended by her ranch hands but a surprise bandit raid results in her own abduction. Her ranch superintendent goes to her rescue after she is captured by the bandits. A surprising climax brings the story to a delightful close.
Buck Duane is the son of a famous outlaw and Buck is the last of the Texas Duanes. Buck Duane was fast on the draw and accurate. But that same prowess with a gun allowed him to kill a man. Now he's on the run. Though an outlaw is not always a criminal, if the Rangers say he is an outlaw, its just as bad – he's a hunted man. Duane turns up at an outlaw's hideout, still revolting at the idea of outlawry. Worse still, all the men he kills haunt him, for y..
SAM FORTUNE DISCOVERS THE ONLY WAY TO ESCAPE THE CONSEQUENCES OF THE PAST IS TO FACE THE PEOPLE WHO WERE LEFT BEHIND.
War changes people. For the Fortune family of Coryell County, Texas, the changes were drastic. The ranch was lost, mother and twin daughters died, and the family drifted north to the Black Hills; all but Samuel, the middle son. He headed for the Indian Territory that one day would be Oklahoma and settled in to a life of reprisal against any and all ..
When mountain man Nathaniel King promises a dying Ute warrior that he would find the man's son, he has no idea that he will soon confront an enemy unlike any he has ever faced. For his trail will lead him and his family straight into the clutches of a mysterious, hidden tribe--a tribe that no white man has ever seen and lived to describe.
CD ISBN: 978-1-60548-847-9
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No one in Coronado, New Mexico, wanted Will Lockhart to linger in town. There were some willing to go to dire lengths to drive him out. But the lone rider from Laramie had come a thousand miles to find a gunrunner whose thirst for blood money had killed his younger brother. And Lockhart won't leave until he gets his vengeance.
CD ISBN: 978-1-60548-555-3
Read by Rusty Nelson