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Johnny Montana
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 228

Johnny Montana

An exciting Western tale of one man against a pack of gold-thirsty...

John Wayne Adventure Comics Collection, Numbers 1, 2, 3
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 108

John Wayne Adventure Comics Collection, Numbers 1, 2, 3

This first gun-slinging collection of John Wayne Adventure Comics contains issues number 1, 2 and 3. It has been lovingly remastered, color corrected and formatted for your favorite reading device. Get three issues for the price of two! In issue number 1, The Mysterious Valley of Violence, we join our favorite hero in the following stories... The outlaw Blackjack Wells terrifies the Gambler's Gulch locals in "The Cowboy and the Gambler". The Duke investigates a lone gunshot in "Sudden Death at Dragon's Peak". A Boss Hog-like bad guy terrorizes the valley in "The Mysterious Valley of Violence" . In issue number 2, The Battle of the Giants, we join John Wayne in the following stories... "The B...

The Collected Letters of Alan Watts
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 632

The Collected Letters of Alan Watts

Philosopher, author, and lecturer Alan Watts (1915–1973) popularized Zen Buddhism and other Eastern philosophies for the counterculture of the 1960s. Today, new generations are finding his writings and lectures online, while faithful followers worldwide continue to be enlightened by his teachings. The Collected Letters of Alan Watts reveals the remarkable arc of Watts's colorful and controversial life, from his school days in England to his priesthood in the Anglican Church as chaplain of Northwestern University to his alternative lifestyle and experimentation with LSD in the heyday of the late sixties. His engaging letters cover a vast range of subject matter, with recipients ranging from High Church clergy to high priests of psychedelics, government officials, publishers, critics, family, and fans. They include C. G. Jung, Henry Miller, Gary Snyder, Aldous Huxley, Reinhold Niebuhr, Timothy Leary, Joseph Campbell, and James Hillman. Watts’s letters were curated by two of his daughters, Joan Watts and Anne Watts, who have added rich, behind-the-scenes biographical commentary. Edited by Joan Watts & Anne Watts

The Possession of Sarah Winchester
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 292

The Possession of Sarah Winchester

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 2011-12-21
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  • Publisher: AuthorHouse

On October 22, 1844, thousands of men, women and children, dressed in Ascension Robes, gather on a desolate, freezing hillside outside Boston to greet the end of the world. Among the crowd is terrified five-year-old, Sarah Pardee, for whom this is the beginning journey to extraordinary fame and notoriety. That night, Sarah is rescued by the cult’s founder, William Miller, and by Caty and Maggie Fox, who become her friends as they travel their own path to become America’s most distinguished “spirit rappers” interpreting rapping sounds in haunted houses. As for Sarah, she will go on to become Mrs. William Wirt Winchester, of Winchester rifle fame, one of the richest women in America. S...

A Son of the Fur Trade
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 405

A Son of the Fur Trade

Born in 1833 at Fort Edmonton, Johnny Grant experienced and wrote about many historical events in the Canada-US northwest, and died within sight of the same fort in 1907. Grant was not only a fur trader; he was instrumental in early ranching efforts in Montana and played a pivotal role in the Riel Resistance of 1869-70. Published in its entirety for the first time, Grant’s memoir—with a perceptive introduction by Gerhard Ens—is an indispensable primary source for the shelves of fur trade and Métis historians.

Incident at Big Sky
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 312

Incident at Big Sky

Relates how Johnny France, a Montana sheriff, searched for and tracked down the two men responsible for kidnapping Olympic athlete Kari Swenson after they had managed to elude even the FBI

Buscadero
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 204

Buscadero

Johnny Montana was tall and dark, and sport a thin, neatly trimmed mustache and he had midnight black eyes. He was particular about his person; he shaved regular and put rosewater in his hair and preferred clean shirts when he could get them…Johnny Montana was the kind of man who made things happen. “You planning on sticking around these parts for the rest of your days?” That question completely changed Katie Swensen’s life….She knew in an instant that her answer would be ‘no’ if Johnny Montana was asking her to go away with him. They left in the late hours of a warm evening, her daddy snoring in the other room. Johnny Montana was the handsomest man she’d ever met. It wasn’...

Vengeance Trail
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 261

Vengeance Trail

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 2008-12-08
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  • Publisher: Unknown

The lives of a high-rollin killer, a Texas Ranger, two hog famers, a lawyer and a tracker all converge in this rich, complex novel of the great American frontier.

Big Medicine
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 513

Big Medicine

Big Medicine is an intellectually rich and engaging historical epic detailing the early development of the West from 1850 to 1893. This enthralling historical novel is set on the present day Flathead Indian Reservation in Western Montanas magnificent Mission Valley. This is the story of trappers, traders, tribes, cattle barons, copper kings and timber czars and the political, military and personal struggles that eventually settled the fabled land, Montana. They came from far and wide, into a wild and untamed wilderness, risking all they had in hope of finding a better life, each of them hoping to fulfill their own personal vision. Some did, most did not, but all of their stories dress the captivating pages of Big Medicine.