Louis L’Amour takes William Tell Sackett on a treacherous passage from the Arizona goldfields to the booming town of Los Angeles.
Tell Sackett was no ladies’ man, but he could spot trouble easily enough. And Dorinda Robiseau was the kind of trouble he wanted to avoid at any time—even more so when he had thirty pounds of gold in his saddlebags... Read more »
With These Hands
Selected Unabridged Stories
The timeless fiction of Louis L'Amour is both unforgettable and undeniably American, deftly capturing the heroic bravery and intrepid spirit that make this nation great. L’Amour ’s legacy of work remains unparalleled, setting a standard of excellence that few other writers have matched. Now With These Hands pulls together some of L’Amour's... Read more »
Desert Gold, with eBook
Richard Gale, a college football star, travels to Mexico to prove himself after failing in every business opportunity that his wealthy father had handed him. When he arrives at an Arizona border town, a chance meeting with an old friend launches him into an adventure to save a young Spanish beauty from a ruthless Mexican bandit.
Within the... Read more »
The Trap at Comanche Bend
Like a vulture descending on a rotting corpse, Jerry Aiken could smell gold nuggets from a mile away, and he’d do anything to keep his pockets full. A cardsharp, a cattleman, a hired gun—he’d tried every legal means in the West to strike the mother lode. It wasn’t until a wealthy Eastern dude offered him some easy money that Aiken...Read more »
The Day the Cowboys Quit
Recipient of Golden Saddleman, Lone Star Lifetime Achievement, and Western Heritage Awards, Elmer Kelton is WWA's "Greatest Western Writer of All Time." Honored by WWA as one of history's 25 Best Westerns and based on an actual 1883 Texas cowboys' strike, this Golden Spur Award-winning novel tells the gripping saga of veteran cowboys and upstart... Read more »
Horseman, Pass By
In addition to his 29 books, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Larry McMurtry is credited on dozens of screenplays-including the Academy Award-winning Brokeback Mountain. Horseman, Pass By is a post-World War II classic first published in 1961 and later made into a feature film. Cattleman Homer Bannon is a walking advertisement for traditional,... Read more »
Elmer Kelton's Texas Rangers: Book #9
Having finished Texas Standoff, seven-time Spur Award winner Elmer Kelton-the Western Writers of America's "Best Western Writer of All Time"-took his leave with 50 notches on his gunbelt of classics. When Ranger Andy Pickard is sent to central Texas to investigate a series of killings and cattle thefts, two prominent cattlemen are prime... Read more »
To the Last Man
Legendary writer Zane Grey earned legions of devoted fans with his gritty westerns. In To The Last Man, he dramatizes the events of the Pleasant Valley War of Arizona, a bloody feud that nearly wiped two families off the face of the earth. Jean Isbel has settled in Oregon and is growing comfortable with his new home when an urgent letter arrives... Read more »
Louis L’Amour’s Desert Tales
“Law of the Desert” and “Desert Death Song”
These two tales set in the wild desert pit the forces of fierce nature against the sturdy character of the Western man.
"Law of the Desert"
Shad Marone is a lone gunman on the run from the law. He shot a man in a fair fight, but the man was the sheriff's brother, and Shad knows he'll never get a fair trial. He is being tracked by a man named...Read more »
The Seventh Man
His name is Dan Barry, and they call him "the Manslayer." His best friend is a savage wolf-dog no other man can touch. They say his gun is faster than summer lightning and has never missed its mark. They say no bullet yet cast can kill him. His lifeblood is danger, and it flows with the cool recklessness of a surging mountain stream.
Some say he...Read more »
The Lone Star Ranger
After killing a man in self defense, Buck Duane becomes an outlaw, a companion of the gunfighters and rustlers who live along the Texas border.
In a camp on the Mexican side of the river, he finds a young girl held prisoner and, in attempting to rescue her, brings down upon himself the wrath of her captors. Henceforth, he is forced to live a...Read more »
Riders of the Purple Sage
The Restored Edition
Now, for the first time in a century, Zane Grey’s best-known novel is presented in its original form exactly as he wrote it.
In Cottonwoods, Utah, in 1871, a woman stands accused and a man is sentenced to whipping. Into this travesty of small-town justice rides the one man whom the town elders fear. His name is Lassiter, and he is a notorious...Read more »
The Last Kind Words Saloon
Larry McMurtry has done more than any other living writer to shape our literary imagination of the American West. With The Last Kind Words Saloon he returns again to the vivid and unsparing portrait of the nineteenth-century and cowboy lifestyle made so memorable in his classic Lonesome Dove. Evoking the greatest characters and legends of the... Read more »
Long Way to Texas
Long Way to Texas brings together three rare Kelton novels, all with Texas roots. In Joe Pepper, the titular character, while awaiting a hangman's noose, tells the story of how he discovered a propensity for violence while seeking revenge. The irony is that Joe's keen sense of justice puts him on the wrong side of the law. Long Way to Texas,... Read more »
Son of an Outlaw
The orphaned son of an infamous outlaw is chosen to inherit a wealthy ranch, but not if the ranch owner’s jealous brother exposes the boy’s true heritage!
Black Jack Hollis was a daring outlaw before he was shot down. In the wake of his death, it’s discovered that Hollis left behind an infant son. Elizabeth Cornish, co-owner of the Cornish Ranch...Read more »
Sun and Sand
A Western Trio
“Brand practices his art to something like perfection.” —The New York Times
“Max Brand is the Shakespeare of the Western range.” —Kirkus Reviews
In “The Flaming Rider,” large groups of Blackfeet, Cheyennes, and Crows, ordinarily hostile to each other, are camped around the newly built Fort Meany, having come to trade with factor Henry Meany. The...Read more »
Old Time Radio's Greatest Westerns, Collection 1
Old Time Radio's Greatest Westerns Collection: Book #1
The golden age of radio had incredible western shows that kept Americans glued to their radio sets. Families gathered around their living room radios to hear western heroes catch the bad-guys and save ladies in distress. This collection includes John Wayne and Claire Trevor starring in a radio adaptation of the John Ford film Stagecoach, James...Read more »
Louis L'Amour Collection
This collection, presented in a wood gift box, gathers seven popular Louis L'Amour stories, performed by a star-studded cast. Willie Nelson reads six and one is fully dramatized by Nelson, Johnny Cash, Kris Kristofferson, and the late Waylon Jennings, who together were known as The Highwaymen.
The collection includes:Riding for the Brand, The... Read more »
Great Classic Westerns
A collection of timeless westerns from some of the most well known authors of the genre, this recording includes the following stories: “The Little Gold Miners” by Joaquin Miller, “Bulger’s Reputation” by Bret Harte, “The Leaf of Red Rose” by W.H.H. Murray, “The Secret of Macarger’s Gulch” by Ambrose Bierce, “The Californian’s Tale” by Mark...Read more »