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This is the first Western novel I've read in quite awhile because it doesn't seem like there are many novels in this genre, and Kathleen Kent delivers! Set in...
 
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One of the standard conflicts in the West and plots used for westerns is the "rancher/cowboy vs homesteader/farmer". Remember the story line of Shane? However, this SPUR Award winning...
 
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If you mention the "Great Sioux Uprising Of 1862", most will think you mean the later 1876 conflict of Custer and the Battle Of The Little Big Horn". Although...
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The unique characteristic of the "Animal stories" genre is that main character is usually an animal. For their authors, the literary challenge is to win over the human reader...
 
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Easily the most often "Western" question I get from students and librarians is who are the next generation "Louis L'Amour like" authors or what are some current "L'Amour like"...
 
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Most Americans have probably heard of the African-American cavalry troop or soldiers known as "Buffalo" soldiers and, perhaps having seen black cowboys in the movies and TV, assume some...
 
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This entertaining yet thought provoking short, YA novel is set in the American southwest and Northern Mexico of 1877. The Canadian author has the commonsense that any serious and...
 
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No, this is not a novel about our troops fighting Al Qaeda and Taliban in Afghanistan. Many readers might not be aware that the United States is only...
 
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Rebecca Conyers is homebound on a train headed for Texas after a visit with her aunt, when two cowboys begin harassing her, but lucky for her Tom Whitman comes...
 
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As I read this enjoyable Western, I thought of the FFA (Future Farmer Of America) girls and female athletes who still occasionally suffer the "tomboy", farm/ranch girl stereotype not...
 
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If a university press such as Bison Books decides to reprint an "out of print" novel, that usually means the book has special or sufficient literary merit to make...
 
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