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The Gringos: Classic American Western Novel By B.M. Bower
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Classic western. According to Wikipedia: "Bertha Muzzy Sinclair or Sinclair-Cowan, née Muzzy (November 15, 1871 – July 23, 1940), best known by her pseudonym B. M. Bower, was an... More > American novelist who wrote fictional stories about the American Old West. Born Bertha Muzzy in Cleveland, Minnesota, she was married three times: to Clayton Bower, in 1890; to Bertrand W. Sinclair, in 1912; and to Robert Elsworth Cowan, in 1921. She wrote 57 Western novels, several of which were turned into films." Born Bertha Muzzy in Cleveland, Montana, and living her early years in Big Sandy, Montana, she was married three times: to Clayton Bower, in 1890; to Bertrand W. Sinclair, in 1912; and to Robert Elsworth Cowan, in 1921. She wrote 57 Western novels, several of which were turned into films.< Less
The Quirt: Classic American Western Novel By B.M. Bower
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Bertha Muzzy Sinclair or Sinclair-Cowan, née Muzzy (November 15, 1871 – July 23, 1940), best known by her pseudonym B. M. Bower, was an American author who wrote novels, fictional short... More > stories, and screenplays about the American Old West. Biography Born Bertha Muzzy in Cleveland, Montana, and living her early years in Big Sandy, Montana, she was married three times: to Clayton Bower, in 1890; to Bertrand W. Sinclair, in 1912; and to Robert Elsworth Cowan, in 1921. She wrote 57 Western novels, several of which were turned into films. Works * Adam Chasers: 1927 * The Bellehelen Mine: 1924 * Black Thunder: 1926 * Border Vengeance: 1951 (Ghost written by Oscar Friend) * Cabin Fever: 1918 * Casey Ryan: 1921 * Chip of the Flying U: 1906 * Cow Country: 1921 * Dark Horse: 1931< Less
Skyrider: Classic American Western Novel By B.M. Bower
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Bertha Muzzy Sinclair or Sinclair-Cowan, née Muzzy (November 15, 1871 – July 23, 1940), best known by her pseudonym B. M. Bower, was an American author who wrote novels, fictional short... More > stories, and screenplays about the American Old West. Born Bertha Muzzy in Cleveland, Montana, and living her early years in Big Sandy, Montana, she was married three times: to Clayton Bower, in 1890; to Bertrand W. Sinclair, in 1912; and to Robert Elsworth Cowan, in 1921. She wrote 57 Western novels, several of which were turned into films. Some of Her Works * Adam Chasers: 1927 * The Bellehelen Mine: 1924 * Black Thunder: 1926 * Border Vengeance: 1951 (Ghost written by Oscar Friend) * Cabin Fever: 1918 * Casey Ryan: 1921 * Chip of the Flying U: 1906 * Cow Country: 1921 * Dark Horse: 1931< Less
Wildfire: Classic American Western Novel By Zane Grey
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Reading Wildfire was simply a fun experience. The story was indeed a “black-and-white western,” but truth and virtue were its central themes. The story was told simply and the plot was... More > not very complicated, but the themes that permeated the book were founded in the best and worst parts of human nature. Love and hate, greed and charity, condemnation and forgiveness, were all present and they were presented in believable proportions. Zane Grey knew life and the character of Colonel Potter knew how out-of-proportion life could become. It is not surprising that Colonel Potter would find comfort in the writings of an author that presented life as it should be.< Less
The Outlet: Classic American Western Novel By Andy Adams
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Then began the great exodus of Texas cattle. The red men were easily confined on reservations, and the vacated country in the Northwest became cattle ranges. The government was in the market for... More > large quantities of beef with which to feed its army and Indian wards. The maximum year's drive was reached in 1884, when nearly eight hundred thousand cattle, in something over three hundred herds, bound for the new Northwest, crossed Red River, the northern boundary of Texas. Some slight idea of this exodus can be gained when one considers that in the above year about four thousand men and over thirty thousand horses were required on the trail, while the value of the drive ran into millions. The history of the world can show no pastoral movement in comparison. The Northwest had furnished the market---the outlet for Texas.< Less
The Light of Western Stars : Classic American Western Novel 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.< Less
Riders of the Purple Sage: A Classic Western Novel By Zane Grey
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Riders of the Purple Sage was originally written in 1912 by Zane Grey and widely known as his best and famous Western novel. Most of reviewers agree that this novel shaped the formula of the popular... More > Western fiction. Reader Review; This is the only western I've ever read; I'm mostly into classical literature, science writing, and non-fiction, but I asked friends for a book rec in the field, and they said read this one and the two Thomas Berger novels about Little Big Man.< Less
Riders of the Purple Sage: A Classic Western Novel By Zane Grey
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ReaderReview; This is the only western I've ever read; I'm mostly into classical literature, science writing, and non-fiction, but I asked friends for a book rec in the field, and they said read... More > this one and the two Thomas Berger novels about Little Big Man. The novel is interesting in that it's not a stereotypical western story. The main character is a woman who owns a large cattle ranch and is basically the mainstay of the little town of Cottonwoods, a Mormon town on the Utah border, sort of like the Cartwright family was in the popular TV western series, only in this case, Lorne Green is replaced by a female lead. The novel also is unusual in that it shows her struggling against the tyranny and even criminality of her fellow Mormon ranchers, who don't like the fact of a beautiful, wealthy, but unattached woman, who wields considerable influence in the local town despite their best attempts to undermine her.< Less
The Happy Family: Classic American Western Novel By B.M. Bower
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Classic western. According to Wikipedia: "Bertha Muzzy Sinclair or Sinclair-Cowan, née Muzzy (November 15, 1871 – July 23, 1940), best known by her pseudonym B. M. Bower, was an... More > American novelist who wrote fictional stories about the American Old West. Born Bertha Muzzy in Cleveland, Minnesota, she was married three times: to Clayton Bower, in 1890; to Bertrand W. Sinclair, in 1912; and to Robert Elsworth Cowan, in 1921. She wrote 57 Western novels, several of which were turned into films." Born Bertha Muzzy in Cleveland, Montana, and living her early years in Big Sandy, Montana, she was married three times: to Clayton Bower, in 1890; to Bertrand W. Sinclair, in 1912; and to Robert Elsworth Cowan, in 1921. She wrote 57 Western novels, several of which were turned into films.< Less
Rowdy of the "Cross L.": Classic American Western Novel By Zane Grey
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Classic western. According to Wikipedia: "Bertha Muzzy Sinclair or Sinclair-Cowan, née Muzzy (November 15, 1871 – July 23, 1940), best known by her pseudonym B. M. Bower, was an... More > American novelist who wrote fictional stories about the American Old West. Born Bertha Muzzy in Cleveland, Minnesota, she was married three times: to Clayton Bower, in 1890; to Bertrand W. Sinclair, in 1912; and to Robert Elsworth Cowan, in 1921. She wrote 57 Western novels, several of which were turned into films." Bertha Muzzy Sinclair or Sinclair-Cowan, née Muzzy (November 15, 1871 – July 23, 1940), best known by her pseudonym B. M. Bower, was an American author who wrote novels, fictional short stories, and screenplays about the American Old West.< Less

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