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The Portrero By Daniel Click
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The Civil War rages while the Southwest collapses. Jake Hanson returns to the Territories to fight in the Indian Wars. This jewel of a novel will suck you in and leave you hungry for more. An... More > action-packed, historically accurate ride through the American frontier. This is a must read for any lover of the classic Western.< Less
The Portrero By Daniel Click
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The Civil War rages while the Southwest collapses. Jake Hanson returns to the Territories to fight in the Indian Wars. This jewel of a novel will suck you in and leave you hungry for more. An... More > action-packed, historically accurate ride through the American frontier. This is a must read for any lover of the classic Western.< Less
Dylan's Divide By Lane Rockford Orsak
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Dylan “Books” Griffith isn’t the first soldier to lose friends in Afghanistan. Or the first to be sent home wounded. Nor is he the first to find it hard to find his way in the... More > civilian world, despite his short time of deployment. But when alcohol, drugs, and sex can’t wallpaper over his deepest wounds, Dylan embarks on a quest to save himself and search for deeper meaning—by way of a vision-quest trip by motorcycle across the Southwest to the Hopi tribal home of a fallen comrade. What he finds there astonishes him—but who and what he encounters along the way stirs his soul in equal measure. DYLAN’S DIVIDE is a story with familiar themes, but a wholly unique story, infused with the heat of passion and the heart of an underdog—and a hope that burns brighter than the high-noon highways of the Southwest.< Less
Geronimo's Story of His Life By S. M. Barrett
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Originally published in 1906, this book is the riveting history of Geronimo's struggle with the United States and Mexico. It begins with his early childhood and ends with his capture and conversion... More > to Christianity. This story was told to S. M. Barrett with the help of Asa Deklugie. Following is an excerpt from the introduction:Each day [Geronimo] had in mind what he would tell and told it in a very clear, brief manner. He might prefer to talk at his own tepee, at Asa Deklugie's house, in some mountain dell, or as he rode in a swinging gallop across the prairie; wherever his fancy led him, there he told whatever he wished to tell and no more. ... [He] simply said, "Write what I have spoken," and left us to remember and write the story without one bit of assistance. The purpose of this edition is to provide an easily readable copy of the original text while retaining as much of the style and format of the first edition as possible.< Less
Geronimo's Story of His Life By S. M. Barrett
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Originally published in 1906, this book is the riveting history of Geronimo's struggle with the United States and Mexico. It begins with his early childhood and ends with his capture and conversion... More > to Christianity. This story was told to S. M. Barrett with the help of Asa Deklugie. Following is an excerpt from the introduction:Each day [Geronimo] had in mind what he would tell and told it in a very clear, brief manner. He might prefer to talk at his own tepee, at Asa Deklugie's house, in some mountain dell, or as he rode in a swinging gallop across the prairie; wherever his fancy led him, there he told whatever he wished to tell and no more. ... [He] simply said, "Write what I have spoken," and left us to remember and write the story without one bit of assistance. The purpose of this edition is to provide an easily readable copy of the original text while retaining as much of the style and format of the first edition as possible.< Less

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