This copy has some light cover edgewear, a smallish ding to the bottom edge of the front cover, a pricetag to the rear cover. It just goes deeper into character development and into the thought process that goes into the decisions the characters make. For five years he also worked as an one of the editorial staff for Sheep and Goat Raiser Magazine, and for over two decades also used to work for Livestock Weekly as an editor and retired in 1990. Hot Iron 1955 Buffalo Wagons 1956 Barbed Wire 1957 Shadow of a Star 1959 The Texas Rifles 1960 Donovan 1961 Bitter Trail 1962 Horsehead Crossing 1963 Massacre at Goliad 1965 Llano River 1966 After the Bugles 1967 Hanging Judge 1969 Shotgun Settlement 1969 Bowie's Mine 1971 The Time It Never Rained 1973 Eyes of the Hawk 1981 Slaughter 1992 The Best Christmas 1993 The Indian in Frontier News 1993 The Far Canyon 1994 The Pumpkin Rollers 1996 Cloudy in the West 1997 The Funeral of Tanner Moody 2004 Noah's Ride 2006 Pecos Crossing 2007 Many a River 2008 Shotgun 2009 Looking Back West: Selections form the Pioneer News-Observer 1972 Permian: A Continuing Saga 1985 30 Years of Western Fiction 1985 Living and Writing in West Texas: Two Speeches 1988 The Art of Howard Terpning 1992 The Art of Frank C. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. He often described that when a man takes government help, it is like selling freedom.
Joshua Buckalew has left behind the deserted battlefields that claimed his brother Thomas. Josh is travelling with Ramon Hernandez, his best friend and the man who had fought with hi After the Bugles Joshua Buckalew has left behind the deserted battlefields that claimed his brother Thomas. He wants to place the blame on a specific person: Blue Roan Hardesty, a one-time friend turned sworn enemy of the powerful Titus clan. This book was written several decades ago, but it feels like it was written to address some of the racial issues we are dealing with today. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. Random House Publishing Group, 1997. The remainder of his childhood was spent at three distinct homesteads on the McElroy where his father worked for 36 years.
Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. Llano River When former cattle man Dundee wanders into the town of Titusville, he's broke, tired, and itching for a fight. Joshua Buckalew has left behind the deserted battlefields that claimed his brother Thomas. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. Very minimal wear and tear. His ranch was a midsized one and consisted of 15 sections, owned three sections and leased the rest. As these things go, once you learn of something, it starts showing up in your life.
Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. Santa Anna has just been defeated at San Jacinto and the Texas soldiers are all headed home knowing they will find their homes burned, farming equipment destroyed and crops and livestock stolen. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. The pages of this book are clean and unmarked.
The war has cost him much but it has also given him a strong bond to the land and to the Mexican families who stood with him against the tyrannies of Santa Anna. Josh is travelling with Ramon Hernandez, his best friend and the man who had fought with him. All Titus needs is hard proof, and Dundee is just the man to get it. If the edges are starting to get wore, but the book is otherwise in good condition, we may have clear tape reinforcing the edges. A square solid tight unread copy.
The war has cost him much but it has also given him a strong bond to the land and to the Mexican families who stood with him against the tyrannies of Santa Anna. He has an estimated number of over 400 million copies sold and his work has been published in more than 38 languages all over the world. He covered this state of complete emptiness on a daily basis and was familiar with what it meant for the residents who were forced to cope with its calamitous manifestations. Exiles in the land they had fought to liberate, Josh and Ramon struggle to rebuild their lives After the Bugles. Winton is an actor who also narrates audiobooks. Kelton did a great job in The Good Old Boys; you will not find unexpected plot twists or some blazing shootouts.
In the aftermath of a bitter and bloody war for independence, Texans have finally claimed their freedom from Mexico--but they don't have much else to brag about. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Dust jacket quality is not guaranteed. The stories are about two brothers, Thomas and Joshua Buckalew; Thomas is killed in the war and Joshua continues on home to rebuild the ranch accompanied by his best friend Ramon Hernandez. But for Titus, it isn't enough that Dundee find the missing cattle. His home is ashes—burned by either the retreating Texans or the advancing Mexican army—and the land is full of bandits and opportunists who would happily shoot Ramon simply because he is Mexican. It just goes deeper into character development and into the thought process that goes into the decisions the characters make.
His characters are the gritty people who made Texas. This copy has some light cover edge wear, a smallish stain to the top edge of the text block. Joshua Buckalew has left behind the deserted battlefields that claimed his brother Thomas. May be very minimal identifying marks on the inside cover. One character here in particular has aspects of both After The Bugles 1967 This is a very strong Elmer Kelton historical western, taking place just after the Alamo and the battles of Goliad and San Jacinto.
The war has cost him much but it has also given him a strong bond to the land and to the Mexican families who stood with him against the tyrannies of Santa Anna. Instead, he gets a job offer from none other than the top man in town, John Titus. If you need more details about a certain book, you can always give us a call as well 920-734-8908. We do not accept books with water damage, strong smoke smell, or just plain beat up. » » Elmer Kelton won an Atlantic Monthly Fiction Competition when he was a senior in college.