A Million Ways to Die in the West

By Seth MacFarlane

From the author of Family Guy and director of Ted comes a hilarious first novel that reinvents the Western.
 
Mild-mannered sheep farmer Albert Stark is uninterested with the cruel lifetime of the yank frontier, the place it kind of feels every little thing and something can kill you: Duels at excessive midday. Barroom brawls. toxic snakes. Cholera-infected ingesting water. Tumbleweed abrasion. whatever referred to as “toe-foot.” Even a visit to the outhouse. convinced, there are one million how you can die within the wild, wild West, and Albert plans to prevent all of them. a few humans imagine that makes him a coward. Albert calls it logic. but if his female friend dumps him for the main unbearable man on the town, Albert comes to a decision to struggle back—even notwithstanding he can’t shoot, experience, or throw a punch. thankfully, he groups up with a gorgeous gunslinger who’s difficult sufficient for the either one of them. Unfortunately, she’s married to the largest, meanest, so much jealous badass at the frontier. seems Albert has simply stumbled on one million and one how you can die within the West.

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Cotton's Law (Sheriff Cotton Burke)

By Phil Dunlap

Apache Springs Sheriff Cotton Burke discovers that Bart Havens, a thieving banker he is as soon as run out of Texas for defrauding citizenry, is at the back of an creative plot which could ruin town. yet first, the vengeful Havens desires to see Cotton burn-and he is bringing the weapons to do it.

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Kill Crazy (A Duff MacCallister Western)

By William W. Johnstone, J.A. Johnstone

The maximum Western author Of The twenty first Century

Born to a relatives of hard-fighting Scotsmen. Sworn to a legacy of blood and honor. Duff MaCallister brings his personal model of justice to the hot American frontier--in this explosive western saga from bestselling authors William W. Johnstone and J.A. Johnstone.

Shooting Is the single means Out

In a city like Chugwater, Wyoming, you recognize who your pals are, who your enemies are, and who your kill-crazy maniacs are. For Duff MacCallister, the final class belongs to Johnny Taylor and his gang. Duff has wrestled with this polecat ahead of, and is familiar with that his chunk is worse than his odor. but if Taylor's gang attempts to rob a bank--and Duff manages to shoot one and arrest Taylor's brother--the outraged outlaw increases a stink directly out of hell. First, he starts to randomly slaughter blameless townsfolk one after the other. Then, he leaves a be aware at the our bodies caution: "We will kill extra of your voters for those who don't allow my brother go." Now, he is abducted a lady as bait--lighting a fuse below Duff MacCallister that is guaranteed to ignite the largest, bloodiest showdown in Chugwater background. . .

First Time In Print!

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Massacre at Whiskey Flats (Sidewinders Book 2)

By William W. Johnstone

From William W. Johnstone, bestselling writer of Blood Bond, Mountain Man, and The final Gunfighter, and J.A. Johnstone, comes Sidewinders, a double-barreled dose of motion, that includes of the unlikeliest western heroes to ever move the yank frontier.

Sidewinders do not search for Trouble--It frequently reveals Them

within the west, there is constantly paintings for the type of males keen to get their palms dirty--from rounding stray livestock to stringing barbed twine. Bo Creel and Scratch Morton are only such males. Now they have been employed for the only activity they have by no means attempted: donning badges--in a bit stain of a city referred to as Whiskey residences.

What Bo and Scratch do not know is gang of outlaws is bent on burning down the city the Sidewinders were employed to guard. With just a passing acquaintance of the legislation, a prepared feel of self-preservation, and a range-war collecting around them, Bo and Scratch desire a stable plan or it is a one-way price ticket as well Hill. they're going to additionally desire a little success, an entire mess of bullets, and the braveness to face tall--and shoot real. . .

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Battleborn: Stories

By Claire Vaye Watkins

The remarkable debut assortment from the Guggenheim Award-winning writer of the impending Gold Fame Citrus
 
Winner of the 2012 tale Prize
Recipient of the yank Academy of Arts and Letters 2013 Rosenthal kinfolk starting place Award
Named one of many nationwide e-book Foundation's "5 lower than 35" fiction writers of 2012
Winner of latest York Public Library younger Lions Fiction Award
NPR top brief tale Collections of 2012
A Boston Globe, San Francisco Chronicle, and day trip ny top e-book of the 12 months, and extra . . .

just like the paintings of Cormac McCarthy, Denis Johnson, Richard Ford, and Annie Proulx, Battleborn represents a near-perfect confluence of sensibility and atmosphere, and the advent of an extremely strong and unique literary voice. In every one of those ten unforgettable tales, Claire Vaye Watkins writes her manner fearlessly into the mythology of the yankee West, totally reimagining it. Her characters orbit round the region's huge areas, profitable redemption regardless of - and sometimes due to - the hassle and violence they undergo. the coming of a foreigner transforms the alternate of eroticism and emotion at a prostitution ranch. A prospecting hermit discovers the bounds of his rugged individualism while he attempts to rescue an abused youngster. a long time after she led her ally right into a degrading come upon in a Vegas resort room, a girl feels the aftershock. so much bravely of all, Watkins takes on – and reinvents – her personal stricken legacy in a narrative that emerges from the mayhem and destruction of Helter Skelter. Arcing from the sweeping and elegant to the minute and private, from Gold Rush to ghost city to abandon to brothel, the gathering echoes not just in its identify but in addition in its fierce, undefeated spirit the motto of her domestic kingdom.

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Deadly Election (Gunsmith, Book 374)

By J. R. Roberts

Working FOR HIS existence

Someone's been utilizing a gun to forged his vote, killing 11 applicants for the U.S. congress over 8 years. Exhausted of their look for the offender, the key provider has made up our minds to exploit somebody at the within to finish the bloodshed--the Gunsmith, Clint Adams.

Clint quickly reveals himself in Austin, dwelling in a complicated condominium with a butler and a prepare dinner who makes the easiest peach pie he's ever tasted. His stunning secretary Carla kinds him right into a exclusive candidate, dressing him within the best outfits and taking him to events to satisfy crusade donors. however the Gunsmith higher no longer get too cozy. even supposing he's been requested to run as a democrat, the streets will quickly be operating red...

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Rebel's Claw (Black Hills Wolves #22)

By Afton Locke

Roark Archer’s Lamar Canyon Pack in Yellowstone has been decimated through ranchers and hunters. even supposing the Tao pack in Los Lobos, South Dakota, has provided to assimilate it, he can't quit his history so simply. at the very least no longer until eventually he will get revenge opposed to whoever killed his ally, Jared, 3 years ago.

Recluse Carrie Myers lives at the Wyoming farm animals ranch her past due father left her. One fateful evening alterations her existence endlessly, leaving her wondering her sanity. She is familiar with what she saw…or does she? Regardless, she’ll do something to guard the bleak mystery that has haunted her for the prior 3 years.

When destiny brings Roark to Carrie’s doorstep, the relationship among them is indisputable. made up our minds to prevent dedication, they comply with supply in to their unexplainable allure for one evening. Will hatred devour this hell-raising shifter, or can he research love and forgiveness within the enemy’s arms?

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Ambush Valley: A Byrnes Family Ranch Western (A Byrnes Family Ranch Novel)

By Dusty Richards

"Dusty takes readers into the true west at complete gallop." --New York occasions bestselling writer Jodi Thomas

Ride into an unforgettable story of valiant braveness and bloody clash from the Western background and Spur award--winning writer Dusty Richards. . .

They've Crossed the road. . .

Chet Byrnes has his arms complete taking good care of his relations and operating his ranching operation in Arizona Territory. yet he nonetheless takes his tasks as a deputy U.S. marshal very heavily. Bandits were crossing the border, slicing a bloody swath of mayhem--stealing horses, robbing banks, and murdering blameless folk--then high-tailing it again to safeguard in Mexico.

For The final Time

The leader U.S. marshal asks Chet to guide a mystery job strength to forestall the raids and around up the border bandits--dead or alive. however the bandits struggle back--putting a five-hundred-dollar bounty on Chet's head. Now he is bought bushwhackers to house, and whilst he is led into an ambush, it is kill or be killed in a life-or-death showdown. . .

"Dusty Richards writes. . .with the flavour of the genuine West." --Elmer Kelton

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The Last Report on the Miracles at Little No Horse: A Novel

By Louise Erdrich

A New York Times extraordinary Book

For greater than a part century, Father Damien Modeste has served his loved local American tribe, the Ojibwe, at the distant reservation of Little No Horse. Now, nearing the top of his existence, Father Damien dreads the invention of his actual identification, for he's a girl who has lived as a guy. To extra complicate his quiet lifestyles, a stricken colleague involves the reservation to enquire the lifetime of the confusing, most likely fake saint Sister Leopolda. Father Damien by myself is familiar with the unusual fact of Leopolda's piety, yet those proof are certain up in his personal mystery. he's confronted with the main tricky determination: should still he inform all and chance every little thing . . . or manufacture a protecting historical past for Leopolda, even though he believes her wonder-working is prompted exclusively through evil?

In a masterwork that either deepens and enlarges the realm of her past novels set at the similar reservation, Louise Erdrich captures the essence of a time and the spirit of a lady who felt pressured by means of her ideals to serve her humans as a clergyman. The final document at the Miracles at Little No Horse is a piece of an avid middle, a writer's author, and a storytelling genius.

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