Lawmen Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch must prevent all-out war between rival factions in the latest adventure in the New York Times-bestselling series.
Author: Robert Knott
Lawmen Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch must prevent all-out war between rival factions in the latest adventure in the New York Times-bestselling series. When gold is discovered in the foothills just outside of Appaloosa, it sets off a fight between two shrewd local business operations as their hired gun hands square off over the claim. First a young miner disappears, then another. And then one of the businessmen himself is killed, right on his front doorstep. Meanwhile, as Cole and Hitch try to put a stop to the escalating violence, another killer is making his way toward town in pursuit of a long-lost dream, and a mission of vengeance. Cole and Hitch will have their work cut out for them to keep the peace, especially when all these ruffians converge at the huge Appaloosa Days festival, where hundreds of innocent souls might get caught in the crossfire . . .
The Cole / Hitch Westerns Robert B. Parker's Debt to Pay ( by Reed Farrel
Coleman ) Robert B. Parker's The Devil ... Night Passage Robert B. Parker's Buckskin ( by Robert Knott ) Robert B. Parker's Revelation ( by Robert Knott )
Author: Mike Lupica
When an unknown man is found murdered in Paradise, Jesse Stone will have his hands full finding out who he was--and what he was seeking. When a body is discovered at the lake in Paradise, Police Chief Jesse Stone is surprised to find he recognizes the murder victim--the man had been at the same AA meeting as Jesse the evening before. But otherwise, Jesse has no clue as to the man's identity. He isn't a local, nor does he have ID on him, nor does any neighboring state have a reported missing person matching the man's description. Their single lead is from a taxi company that recalls dropping off the mysterious stranger outside the gate at the mansion of one of the wealthiest families in town... Meanwhile, after Jesse survives a hail of gunfire on his home, he wonders if it could be related to the mysterious murder. When both Molly Crane and Suitcase Simpson also become targets, it's clear someone has an ax to grind against the entire Paradise Police Department.
Robert B. Parker ... As I passed the Rattlesnake Saloon on my left, the swinging
doors burst open and a big man in a buckskin shirt came through them faster,
surely, than he would have wished, stumbled across the boardwalk, trying to
Author: Robert B. Parker
When Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch arrive in Appaloosa, they find a town suffering at the hands of a renegade rancher who’s already left the city marshal and one of his deputies dead. Cole and Hitch are used to cleaning up after scavengers, but this one raises the stakes by playing not with the rules—but with emotion. Watch a QuickTime trailer for this book.
ROBERT B. WHITAKER Parker is the gateway to lower Lake Havasu , the 30 -
mile long section of the Colorado River ... Sand and small mountains stretch
north and east of Parker into the Buckskin Mountains along the Bill Williams River
Author: Library of Congress. National Library Service for the Blind and Physically HandicappedPublish On: 2011
Author: Library of Congress. National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
Publisher: Blind and Physically Handicapped
"A survey of Western-themed books, both fiction and nonfiction, produced in audio and braille by the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress"--Provided by publisher.
Robert B. Parker ... Two days later, Johnny Behan, with Billy Breakenridge and Buckskin Frank Leslie to track, caught up with the Earp posse in the valley of the
San Simon River near the New Mexico border. “King busted out,” Breakenridge ...
Author: Robert B. Parker
Spenser creator Robert B. Parker turns his eye to the Old West with his stirring rendition of the legendary exploits of Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, the Clanton Gang, and the fateful gunfight at the O.K. Corral.
He continued to cling to the Texas connection, despite the failure of the white Parkers to exhibit much interest in him. ... rancher agreed to supply buckskin or palomino horses for all participants, although he offered the Indians no wages,
only expenses and “a bully good time. ... developing powers of oratory that may
soon challenge those of Congressman [Charles B] Carter and Senator [Robert L.]
Author: William T. Hagan
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
Category: Social Science
The son of white captive Cynthia Ann Parker, Quanah Parker rose from able warrior to tribal leader on the Comanche reservation. Between 1875 and his death in 1911, Quanah dealt with local Indian agents and with presidents and other high officials in Washington, facing the classic dilemma of a leader caught between the dictates of an occupying power and the wrenching physical and spiritual needs of his people. He maintained a remarkable blend of progressive and traditional beliefs, and contrary to government policy, he practiced polygamy and the peyote religion. In this crisp and readable biography, William T Hagan presents a well-balanced portrait of Quanah Parker, the chief, and Quanah, the man torn between two worlds.
Author: United States House of RepresentativesPublish On: 1866
Report of Acting Volunteer Lieutenant Robert B. Ely...................--- Report of Acting
Volunteer Lieutenant ... O M A C F L O T I L I, A. DESTRUCTION OF REBEL
ARMY WAGONS AND Sloop BUCKSKIN– Report of Commander Foxhall A. Parker.
Other Board of Director members are : Leonard J. Arrington , Logan , Utah ; Ray
A , Billington , San Marino ; Sidney B. Brinckerhoff , Tucson ... London ; Marshall
Townsend , Tucson ; Leslie M , Parker , Evanston ; Don Russell , Chicago ; R.
Coke Wood , Stockton . ... Gerald D. Nash , Albuquerque ; Don Russell , Chicago
; and Robert M. Utley , Washington , WHQ will be the professional counterpart of
GEOLOGY By ROBERT B . SCARBOROUGH ? ... PEAKS 6 BIG MARIA
MOUNTAINS 7 BLACK MESA 8 BLACK MOUNTAINS 9 BUCK MOUNTAINS 10 BUCKSKIN MOUNTAINS 11 . ... MOUNTAINS Approximate location of
hypothetical geologic section ( Figure 5 ) Creek " Williams B Parker 10
Wickenburg 340 11287 Bouse ...
Hirain Palmer Wm . H. Bruce Wm . Green W. H. Garrett Prof. ... Robert Crozier .
James Crosier . Robert Marshall H H 66 Nov. 23 , 1869 Feb. 2 , 1871 6 43 64
Sergeant Private Captain Private ... G. M. Parker .. Wm . Fenimore . Buckskin Dr.
M. Kingery A. K. Hull Armstrong Ross ... Whorton Satchel .. 31 48 24 29 48 20 43
31 33 ...
Author: Alexander Phimister ProctorPublish On: 2009
... 10 Lazar , Shorty , 132 Leadville , Colo . , 57 Lee , Bowling , 205 Lee , Robert E
. , 203 - 10 , 206 , 207 , 208 , McKay Creek roundup , 170 ... Frederick , 108 , 136 ,
179 Maligne Lake ( Proctor ) , 151 Mariny , Philip , 109 Marker , Sheriff , 42
Marquis , Thomas B . , 160 Martin ... 142 , 142 Paris , France , 114 , 117 , 119 - 22
, 129 - 35 Parker , Doc , 47 Pasadena , Calif . , 69 Patterson , Thomas M . , 22
Author: Alexander Phimister Proctor
Two disparate worlds met in the life of Alexander Phimister Proctor: the art world centered in the eastern United States and the world of the western frontier. Proctor was a remarkable amalgam: a big-game hunter and intrepid explorer who felt at home in Paris or New York, and an academically trained artist who painted and sculpted the characters and wild creatures of the West. This new edition of Proctor's autobiography provides a thorough introduction to a distinctively American artist whose monumental sculptures and statues adorn parks, public buildings, and museums, as well as private homes and businesses across the country. The text, begun in the late 1930s, when Proctor was in his seventies, takes the reader on a far-flung journey from his birth in Ontario and childhood in Denver to his travels as a young man throughout the United States and eventually to Paris. A new selection of more than 125 illustrations—many in full color—includes historical photographs and reproductions of Proctor's sketches, paintings, and sculptures, tracing the development of his magnificent artistry. Here are the trembling fawns, slinking mountain lions, stalwart warriors, and rearing mustangs that made him famous. Art historian Katharine C. Ebner has annotated the autobiography and restored previously unpublished portions of the original manuscript. “What is beauty?” Proctor asks at the beginning of his narrative. It was a question that resonated throughout his life. Through the words and the work of this remarkable artist, we come to understand his answer.
They claim to make the most established in 1871 ; capital $ 150,000 , sur-
serviceable and best buck - skin goods in plus and ... The leathe : Eleazer B. Parker , Cyrus Eastman , is cut by dies ... and Robert Meiner ) , established in
JanAmerican deer - skins , tanned by the Page pary , 1881 , manufacture grained
Three Complete Novels Robert B. Parker. “ Soon as Holly gets so he ... With him
was Lester , resplendent in a buckskin hunting shirt and a black cowboy hat with
big silver conches on the band around the crown . Maynard had swapped his ...
Author: Robert B. Parker
Publisher: Delacorte Press
Three novels featuring the hard-boiled Boston private eye find Spenser looking for a stolen rare manuscript and a killer, trying to track down a kidnapped rich kid, and looking into the blackmail of a baseball legend's wife
Lem B . Parker . Sc : Walt Nichols . I reel . Kathlyn Williams , Frank Clark , Harold
Lockwood , Frank Richardson , Anna Dodge , Henry Otto , Robert Greens ...
Herbert Rawlinson , Al E . Garcia , Dorothy Davenport , E . E . Garelo , Mary
McKenzie , Robert Chandler , William Seiter , Al Green . ... The Beaded Buckskin
Author: George A. Katchmer
Publisher: McFarland Publishing
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Eighty good-sized biographies of significant silent-era players hard to find in other reference works, and almost nowhere at this length. The villains and sidekicks of two-reelers (Jim Corey, Nelson McDowell), cowboy action stars (Jack Hoxie, Art Acord, Hoot Gibson, et al.), comedians, character actors, matinee idols and other talented and reliable performers.A comprehensive filmography (compiled for this book by Richard E. Braff and listing year, studio, director, screenplay, story or author, length and cast) accompanies each entry. The biographies are revised and edited versions of a series that ran in the film periodical Classic Images.
Sire: DOUBLE STAMPS 1,478,690 Dam: WICKERS TALENT 1,576,970
2,102,532 CEE TALENT dun mare, foaled ... VANILLA VAN 937,696 2,102,530
VANDY INDEPENDENCE dun mare, foaled 1983; breeder-owner Jones Frank B
Jr, ... Dam: ANNIE COLE 365,443 2,102,540 EDDIE OTE bay mare, foaled 1983;
breeder-owner Rust Robert, Rocksprings, TX. ... Sire: GRAY DEE BAR 962,764
Dam: EXPREßIVE SILVER 1,558,176 2,102,500 BULLWINKLE PARKER sorrel
Author: Arizona. Game and Fish CommissionPublish On: 1962
B. Thompson 58 Phoenix 39 & 40 Sand Tank Mts . Elmer L. Lorenson 57 Phoenix
39 & 40 Ma ricopa Mts . Win ... Richard R. Barney 36 Glendale 44 Buckskin Mts Robert R. Stonoff 40 Tempe Castlerock E. of Parker Frank Hoadley 35 Phoenix ...
( manuf . buckskin ) Barker , Wright , & Co. ... 23 State Parker , Morse , & Caldwell
, 1 Corn( see adv . page 646 ) Clapp ... C. T. ( sea wall ) 23 State Eames Ezra , 23
State Peudleton & Rose , 308 Broad stone ( sce adv . page 672 ) Frederick &
Field , 23 State Perry Augustus B. & Co. ... 171 Broadway Phoenix building
Birchard , Torrey , & ( ' o , ix State Beatty Robert , 42 Kingston Rosteraus Gold