Gunman’s Feud 1920 Active Table of Contents

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#ad - Kismetxxi. The letterxxiii. Brainworkxi. Revelationxii. The keyxix. The trailv. ContentsI. End of the trailxxv. Jewelryxvii. For old west adventure it can't get any better than Max Brand. In 1920 max brand published "gunman's Feud" effectively and realistically portraying the early struggles encountered in establishing law and order on the Western Range.

The crisisiv. The testix. A call for silencex. Poker treesxv. Dawnxx. The rising sunxxii. One of the most prolific writers ever, max brand 1892 – 1944 is considered the world's most celebrated writer of Westerns-a virtual Shakespeare of the Western Range. Soul talkxiv. The home makeriii. The sheriffxxiv. The house of langleyxvi.

Gunman's Feud 1920 Active Table of Contents #ad - The clewxiii. The bequestii. Fencingvi. Epilogue.

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The Stingaree

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#ad - And parker knew he would have to kill stingaree if he could! Here is a fast-moving story of a man of many names and many skills who found that his ordeal had just begun when he met his enemy. Stanley parker, however, suspected that the stranger was more dangerous than he pretended to be. Most people thought Joe was just an easygoing tramp who would do anything to avoid a fight.

Ever since parker had won fame and fortune by gunning down the notorious Bob Dillman, he had been expecting the outlaw's partner, the deadly Stingaree to show up. When alabama joe drifted into Fort Anxious, his one friend there was the boy, Jimmy Green. Ahead of him lay the perils of hired guns and wilderness traps and a bitter conflict with his own code of honor.

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The Smiling Desperado

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#ad - Danger made a smile touch his lips. Young dan Cadigan however refused to be pushed. Desperate he used his gun on Cadigan while they were fighting. Danger made cadigan smile - and Cadigan's smile made other men tremble. He was fast with a gun, deadly with his fists, and a bully who never let you forget who was tougher.

Mistaken for a quiet weakling, no one expected him to stand up to Bill Lancaster. Bill lancaster was a dangerous man that no one dared mess with. The smiling desperado by Max Brand is the slam-bang story of an outlaw who thrived on danger. Fighting him with his fists he made Lancaster realize that someone was tougher than he was.

The Smiling Desperado #ad - Now cadigan wants to teach Lancaster a lesson and he intended to use what he had just discovered, that he did not know fear.

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Rider of the High Hill

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#ad - The sheriff has him pegged for hijacking a gold shipment, and is hunting him down. Caught between the law and the outlaw - Reata is on the run. He may have the fastest gun and the fastest horse in the West, but can Reata get it done and clear his name? Reata's only hope is to recover the loot, return it to the bank and clear his name - but the real hijackers have other plans.

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The Cross Brand

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#ad - Why? and why did the girl scream with terror when she saw his face? Read The Cross Brand, the 1922 pulp Western to find the answers. Jack bristol shot the sheriff and stole his horse. The mountain man held him captive for months and then released him. He rode off, not into the sunset, but into the mountains.

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Jim Curry's Test

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#ad - When jim curry's father is killed by a mob, he shoots two attackers and barely escapes with his life. This starts him on a life of crime as the "Red Devil" - an outlaw who never kills, and steals from the guilty and returns to the innocent. But when the new "red devil" starts stealing and killing, Jim Curry decides to takes matters into his own hands.

. Tired of the outlaw life of the "red Devil", he trades places with the gambler Charlie Marks, who becomes the new "Red Devil".

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Reed Anthony, Cowman: Two Classic Westerns

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American Cowboy Books #ad - Two of american author andy adams books about america's wild west are together in this Kindle ediiton: Reed Anthony, Cowman & The OutletReed Anthony, Cowman 1907A dramatic tale of life as a cowman told in the form of a personal diary. The outlet 1905adams's life on the trail as he drives a herd of Texas cattle to Montana.

Other books by andy adams: A Texas MatchmakerLog of a Cowboy. An adventure tale from the master. About the authoramerican author andy adams 1859 –1935 was born in Indiana and moved to Texas where he spent time driving cattle.

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The Lightning Warrior

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#ad - She thought she was safe – the giant could never succeed in his quest. But when he returned with not only the pelt, but the wolf itself, and demanded his prize, Sylvia's only hope was a desperate flight for freedom. And even cobalt wasn't interested in the massive wolf until Sylvia Baird made the beast's pelt the one condition for her hand in marriage.

The indians called the great white wolf the Lightning Warrior because of the swiftness of his attack. There was a bounty on his fearsome head, but no man could capture or kill him – until the giant known only as Cobalt came to town. Cobalt set out in determined pursuit, but he'd forgotten Sylvia's newest ally.

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The Killers

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#ad - When slim jim refused, he hired a notorious killer named Dick Renney for the job. Hot on the trail of renney, can slim Jim warn Old Man Asprey? Or will Renney's sharp shot finish them both? Slim jim geraldi was a fearsome gunman and a crooked gambler who owed his life to a lovely stranger named Louise Asprey after she saved him from a vengeful posse.

When she begged him for help in return, he couldn't refuse - would he find her father, a rich mine owner who had been hiding for years from the law? With a greedy eye on Old Man Asprey’s fortune, Cousin Edgar offered ten thousand dollars to fill him full of lead.

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Gun Gentlemen

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#ad - Then bill finds himself on the wrong side of the law, and plenty of greenhorns and gringos set their sights on collecting the price on his head. But bill refuses to turn tail and run. Lucky bill has the reputation of a natural battler, but he is not a cold-blooded killer. He swears he'll clear his name and live a free man before he'll be hunted down like an animal.

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Stranger from the Tonto

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Reading Essentials #ad - He had promised a dying prospector to even an old score and he meant to keep his word - with his guns! .

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