by Harold Titus
Publisher: ManyBooks 1916
Number of pages: 206
An alcoholic young man is tossed out of his rich father's house and told not to come back until he gets his life back together. The young man gets on the train for as far as the cash in his wallet will take him, the small cowboy town of Colt, Colorado. What follows is a recovery Western in which the young man becomes a ranch hand and arduously gets himself back together.
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by William MacLeod Raine - ManyBooks
This is the best of many wonderful stories written by Raine. Every chapter teems with wholesome, stirring adventures, replete with the dashing spirit of the border, told with dramatic dash and absorbing fascination of style and plot.
by Bertrand W. Sinclair - ManyBooks
The Canadian border furnishes the scene of this tale of Wild West life--primitive, exhilarating, spiced with dangers. Particularly is it a delineation of the character of the Northwest mounted police, sent by the English government to keep order...
by James Fenimore Cooper - John W. Lovell
The classic adventure with the wild rush of action: a brave woodsman and his Mohican friends involved in the battles of the French and Indian War, the abduction of beautiful girls, the ambush of innocent settlers, and the final tragic confrontation.
by William Patterson White - ManyBooks
Spirited story, full of action, which should please readers of western fiction. The hero, who is elected sheriff on the supposition that he is lazy and easy-going, proves an unpleasant surprise to the corrupt ring that had supported him.