Published: New York : Forge, 2000 Edition: 1st ed Description: 525 p. ; 25 cm ISBN/ISSN: 031286986X (acid-free paper), Language: English
"A Tom Doherty Associates book."
The gift of Cochise / The tin star / Killers' country! / Timberline / All Gold Canyon / The lamb of the Flying U / Gun job / The burial of Letty Strayhorn / Hell on the draw / The attack on the mountain / Fear / Geranium House / The trouble man / The weight of obligation / Top hand / Sergeant Houck / Manitow and Ironhand / The killing at Triple Tree / Sweet cactus wine / Peace officer / Wolf moon / Gamblin' man / Candles in the bottom of the pool / Stage to Lordsburg / King of the buckskin breed / Burn him out / The shaming of Broken Horn / The guns of William Longley / Wine on the desert / Tappan's burro /
Louis L'Amour -- John M. Cunningham -- Dan Cushman -- Owen Wister -- Jack London -- B.M. Bower -- Thomas Thompson -- Elmer Kelton -- Loren D. Estleman -- Glendon Swarthout -- Bill Pronzini -- Peggy Simson Curry -- Eugene Manlove Rhodes -- Rex Beach -- Luke Short -- Jack Schaefer -- John Jakes -- Evan Hunter -- Marcia Muller -- Brian Garfield -- Ed Gorman -- Dwight V. Swain -- Max Evans -- Ernest Haycox -- Les Savage, Jr. -- Frank Bonham -- Bill Gulick -- Donald Hamilton -- Max Brand -- Zane Grey
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