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The Light of Western Stars By Zane Grey
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When Madeline Hammond stepped from the train at El Cajon, New Mexico, it was nearly midnight, and her first impression was of a huge dark space of cool, windy emptiness, strange and silent,... More > stretching away under great blinking white stars. “Miss, there’s no one to meet you,” said the conductor, rather anxiously. “I wired my brother,” she replied. “The train being so late-- perhaps he grew tired of waiting. He will be here presently. But, if he should not come--surely I can find a hotel?” “There’s lodgings to be had. Get the station agent to show you. If you’ll excuse me--this is no place for a lady like you to be alone at night. It’s a rough little town--mostly Mexicans, miners, cowboys. And they carouse a lot. Besides, the revolution across the border has stirred up some excitement along the line. Miss, I guess it’s safe enough, if you--” “Thank you. I am not in the least afraid.”< Less
The Call of The Canyon By Zane Grey
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What subtle strange message had come to her out of the West? Carley Burch laid the letter in her lap and gazed dreamily through the window. It was a day typical of early April in New York, rather... More > cold and gray, with steely sunlight. Spring breathed in the air, but the women passing along Fifty-seventh Street wore furs and wraps. She heard the distant clatter of an L train and then the hum of a motor car. A hurdy-gurdy jarred into the interval of quiet. “Glenn has been gone over a year,” she mused, “three months over a year-- and of all his strange letters this seems the strangest yet.”< Less
The Lone Star Ranger By Zane Grey
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To CAPTAIN JOHN HUGHES and his Texas Rangers. It may seem strange to you that out of all the stories I heard on the Rio Grande I should choose as first that of Buck Duane--outlaw and gunman. But,... More > indeed, Ranger Coffee’s story of the last of the Duanes has haunted me, and I have given full rein to imagination and have retold it in my own way. It deals with the old law--the old border days--therefore it is better first. Soon, perchance, I shall have the pleasure of writing of the border of to-day, which in Joe Sitter’s laconic speech, “Shore is ‘most as bad an’ wild as ever!”< Less
The Rainbow Trail By Zane Grey
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The spell of the desert comes back to me, as it always will come. I see the veils, like purple smoke, in the canyon, and I feel the silence. And it seems that again I must try to pierce both and to... More > get at the strange wild life of the last American wilderness wild still, almost, as it ever was. While this romance is an independent story, yet readers of “Riders of the Purple Sage” will find in it an answer to a question often asked. The Rainbow Trail I wish to say also this story has appeared serially in a different form in one of the monthly magazines under the title of “The Desert Crucible.” ZANE GREY. June, 1915.< Less
Betty Zane By Zane Grey
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In a quiet corner of the stately little city of Wheeling, West Va., stands a monument on which is inscribed: “By authority of the State of West Virginia to commemorate the siege of Fort Henry,... More > Sept 11, 1782, the last battle of the American Revolution, this tablet is here placed.”< Less
Tales of Lonely Trails By Zane Grey
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ohn Wetherill, one of the famous Wetherill brothers and trader at Kayenta, Arizona, is the man who discovered Nonnezoshe, which is probably the most beautiful and wonderful natural phenomenon in the... More > world. Wetherill owes the credit to his wife, who, through her influence with the Indians finally after years succeeded in getting the secret of the great bridge.< Less

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