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The western story, in its most usual forms, represents the American version of the ever appealing oldest of man’s legends about himself, that of the sun-god hero, the all-conquering valiant who strides through dangers undaunted, righting wrongs, defeating villains, rescuing the fair and the weak and the helpless — and the western story does this […]
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From Larry McMurtry to Willa Cather, discover these 12 novels that transport us to the historic West. Wanna get away? You probably recognize that tagline from a major airline ad campaign. Given events of the past year and a half, however, simply leaving town for a change of scenery hasn’t been easy. Fortunately, for many of us the ultimate escape remains within easy reach. Books can transport us. No surprise, the place we like to escape to most is the West. Scholarly texts that chart the…
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Take a look at the cover for an upcoming feminist Western, Heresy by Melissa Lenhardt.
If you’re a fan of Western Mystery Books, this list is for you! From Darke County Ohio to Ridgway, Colorado – there’s plenty of adventure and mystery to go around. Check out this list and see which ones you’ll be adding to your #TBR pile!
Explore New Mexico with a book below! Learn about the arts, culture and history of this great state through a new read.
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This big, fat, Pulitzer-winning novel has been on my radar for years, so I chose it as one of my 2016 Reading Challenge picks to inspire myself to finally cross it off the list. It's not the kind of book I expected to love: the story revolves around a 3000 mile cattle drive from a dusty Texas border
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One of my favorite dust jacket illustrations from the 1940's Grosset & Dunlap edition
Two of the Johnstones’ most legendary heroes—the rugged mountain man known as Preacher and the Scottish clan rancher Jamie Ian MacCallister, here together for the first time—are forced to choose sides in a blood-soaked battle for the heart and soul of a nation divided . . .
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