New York: Farrar & Rinehart, 1937.
First edition. Slight tear in the cloth at the top of the front board, else fine in an attractive, very good dustwrapper with a number more
TOMPKINS, Walker A.
London: Wright and Brown, 1954.
First English edition. Boards a bit bowed, modest foxing to the endpapers, a very good or a little better copy in a bright, very good more
PARKINSON, Michael and Clyde Jeavons
London: Hamlyn, 1972.
Later printing. Quarto. 217pp. Special picture research by John Kobal. Near fine with small remainder mark on bottom page edges in near fine dustwrapper with more
PRONZINI, Bill, edited by
New York: Walker, 1986.
First edition. Fine in fine dustwrapper. Includes stories by Max Brand, Clarence E. Mulford, William MacLeod Raine, Luke short, Elmore Leonard, others. more
PRONZINI, Bill, editor
New York: Walker, 1989.
First edition. Fine in fine dustwrapper. Thirteen stories, contributors include Elmore Leonard, Will Henry, Dan Cushman, John Jakes, Charles Alden Seltzer and others. more
New York: Farrar and Rinehart, 1943.
First Edition. Dustjacket design by George A. Picken. Novel of the western expansion and the invasion of locusts that plagued the settlers. Near Fine, in more
COLIN, Galen C.
New York: Edward J. Clode, Inc, 1933.
First Edition. Western adventure of Storm King who must avenge the death of his adopted father. Near Fine in Very Good-Near Fine dustjacket, light edge more
Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co, 1934.
First Edition. Western novel of Johnny Malone, Rawhide Mullins and Hoptoe Hennessey. Near Fine-Fine bright copy, with contemporary bookplate, in Near Fine dustjacket, light shelf more
BAXTER, George Owen (Frederick Faust)
New York: Macaulay Co, 1934.
First Edition. Scarce title by Faust, better known by his pseudonym Max Brand, of a white boy raised by the Cheyenne Indians. Near Fine in more
Philadelphia: Penn Publishing, 1928.
First Edition. ill. w/ Charles Hargens dustjacket art. Cattle rustling novel with a great dustjacket illustration of a woman and her colt 45. Near Fine more
New York: Dodd, Mead and Co, 1927.
First Edition. Early title in dustjacket by the pseudonym of Frederick Faust. The author had 39 motion picture films to his credit. A Very Good more
RAINE, William Macleod
New York: G. W. Dillingham Co, 1915.
First Edition. ill. w/ D. C. Hutchison dustjacket art. Early Western and Raine title in jacket. Fine in Near Fine, excellent example of the colorful more
REPP, Ed Earl
New York: Godwin Publishers, 1936.
First Edition. A fighting Texas Ranger blazes his way through a gang of outlaws to rescue a captive girl and avenge his father's death. Literary more
DENVER, Drake C.
New York: Phoenix Press, 1941.
First Edition. Shoot'em up Western. Very Good in Very Good dustjacket, some shallow chips at spine ends and flap corners, shelf wear at spine and more
New York: Dodd, Mead and Co, 1936.
First Edition. Quinn dustjacket art. Western novel of adventure. Very Good tight copy with some date stamps at rfep from an employee circulating library, in more
IndiaNo Placeolis: Bobbs-Merrill Co, 1924.
First Edition. Remington Schuyler dustjacket art. Western adventure novel of the gold-rush "outlawry and of loyalty, of money-madness and mystery..." Nice Schuyler dustjacket art. Near more
LOOMIS, Noel M.
New York: Macmillan Co, 1955.
First Edition, Advance Reading Copy with review slip laid in. Ronald Wing dustjacket art. A grim western novel of murder, greed, and gold. Near Fine more
New York: Macmillan Co, 1955.
First Edition. Robert Todd dustjacket art. Western novel of a young man who has changed his troubled ways but whose past catches up with him. more
New York: Harper and Brothers, 1936.
First Edition. Western novel of a young southern brigand who travels to the lawless west. Near Fine in Very Good plus dustjacket, cm sized chip more
Philadelphia: Penn Publishing, 1933.
First Edition. Charles Hargens dustjacket art. Western novel that involves a murder. Near Fine in Very Good-Near Fine dustjacket, with bookmark still attached at front more