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The Other Rodeo By M. E. (Jr.) Gomez
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"The object of this book is to share my upbringing and experiences in this little town of Rodeo (NM), and the surrounding areas, mostly in the Bootheel of our state and the Portal (AZ)... More > area."< Less
The Girl From Sprague River By Cliff Peterson
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As a young girl in the 1940's, Anne Harrison, could ride and rope as well as most grown men. She raised her own colt, Smoky, to be a roping horse for rodeo events, as well as to work cattle on her... More > father's Sprague River ranch. On a perfect summer day, while out for a leisurely ride with her friend John Olson through the hills adjoining the ranch, their pleasant day takes a dramatic turn when they witness a murder. Two town dignitaries conspire with three local characters to obtain ownership of the Harrison family ranch. Can Anne, John and the Harrison ranch endure the conspiracy? Will the murderers be exposed?< Less
The Buffalo Rock By Bob Faulkner
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In the summer of 1923 Grant Collins leaves his languishing career as a journalist and travels to Montana to interview Tornado Tom, the last living rider of the Pony Express. Tom invites Grant to stay... More > at his Buffalo Rock Ranch, a sprawling enterprise which Tom has hewn from the Montana wilderness. As the summer unfolds, Tom tells Grant of his seventy year odyssey from a Spartan childhood among the Blackfeet Indians to his life of baronial comfort. At The Buffalo Rock, Grant experiences the mise-en-scene of Tom’s life, as he reluctantly learns to ride, shoot and fight. It is love at first sight when Grant meets Dixie, Tom’s great-niece who is also visiting from Saint Louis. Among stolen moments of romance, Grant chronicles the life and times of the erstwhile frontiersman. When Buck Horton, a ranch hand with a penchant for violence, disputes Grant’s claim to the heart of Dixie, the young lovers soon find themselves galloping headlong on the hooves of hell into the jaws of a deadly triangle.< Less
The Buffalo Rock By Bob Faulkner
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In the summer of 1923 Grant Collins leaves his languishing career as a journalist and travels to Montana to interview Tornado Tom, the last living rider of the Pony Express. Tom invites Grant to stay... More > at his Buffalo Rock Ranch, a sprawling enterprise which Tom has hewn from the Montana wilderness. As the summer unfolds, Tom tells Grant of his seventy year odyssey from a Spartan childhood among the Blackfeet Indians to his life of baronial comfort. At The Buffalo Rock, Grant experiences the mise-en-scene of Tom’s life, as he reluctantly learns to ride, shoot and fight. It is love at first sight when Grant meets Dixie, Tom’s great-niece who is also visiting from Saint Louis. Among stolen moments of romance, Grant chronicles the life and times of the erstwhile frontiersman. When Buck Horton, a ranch hand with a penchant for violence, disputes Grant’s claim to the heart of Dixie, the young lovers soon find themselves galloping headlong on the hooves of hell into the jaws of a deadly triangle.< Less
25 in Mississippi By William Priestley
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‘25 in Mississippi’ is the story of a journey like no other. From an internet café in Southeast Asia to the dusty backroads of Mississippi, the author charts a truly unique, and... More > often comical, adventure. Despite having arrived from Ireland to teach in an elementary school, Priestley soon discovers that his own education is far from complete. This experience is only intensified by the worst natural disaster in the history of the United States: Hurricane Katrina. From prison rodeos and the Delta Blues, to Mardi Gras and Southern Belles, ‘25 in Mississippi’ offers a very different take on the American Dream.< Less
Aliens Are Pigs! By Hugh Sheppard
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Author Hugh Sheppard takes us on a colorful and humorous ride in Aliens Are Pigs! as we journey into the psyche of a typical 41 year old man as he faces the abyss unfortunately known as Mid-Life. As... More > part of the journey to find the culprits behind the aging process, the reader encounters the toilet paper touting butler that’s collecting intelligence for the Old Guy Delta Force. Additionally, the reader gets to experience the birthing of a 6’-2” tall 75 year old man and tour the latest Booger Factory as it creates a new armor for the U.S. Military. The journey continues with encounters of the Naked Witch, The Horny Old Toad, Pompous William and Grubby ol' Rastus. These are just a few of the many characters and adventures that readers will embark upon as they discover in Aliens Are Pigs! that it’s really Aliens that have taken over and it’s them to blame for the aging process as they laugh and joke at the humans...all as part of their self centered Alien Redneck Tailgate Rodeo.< Less