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The Arbor House treasury of great Western stories

Author: Bill Pronzini; Martin Harry Greenberg
Publisher: New York : Arbor House, ©1982.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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From Dodge City to the O.K. Corral, this book is a roundup of the liveliest, most original stories of the American frontier.
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Genre/Form: Western stories
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bill Pronzini; Martin Harry Greenberg
ISBN: 0877954100 9780877954101 0877954399 9780877954392
OCLC Number: 9055081
Notes: "Priam books"--Cover.
Description: 455 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Buck Fanshaw's funeral / Mark Twain --
How Santa Claus came to Simpson's Bar / Bret Harte --
Blue Hotel / Stephen Crane --
Vengeance of Padre Arroyo / Gertrude Atherton --
Reformation of Calliope / O. Henry --
Timberline / Owen Wister --
All gold canyon / Jack London --
Honk-tonk breed / Stewart Edward White --
Trouble man / Eugene Manlove Rhodes --
From Missouri / Zane Gray --
Ananias Green / B.M. Bower --
The Hold-up / Clarence E. Mulford --
Science at heart's desire / Emerson Hough --
Last warning / William Macleod Raine --
Weight of obligation / Rex Beach --
Dust storm / Max Brand --
Top hand / Luke Short. High wind / Ernest Haycox --
Gift of Cochise / Louis L'Amour --
First principal / A.B. Guthrie, Jr. --
I woke up wicked / Dorothy M. Johnson --
Sergeant Houck / Jack Schaefer --
Woman at Apache Wells / John Jakes --
Boy who smiled / Elmore Leonard --
Hired gun / William R. Cox --
Due process / Steve Frazee --
Riverboat fighter / Brian Garfield --
Snowblind / Evan Hunter --
Sweet cactus wine / Marcia Muller --
Hanging man / Bill Pronzini --
Patriarch of Gunsight Flat / Wayne D. Overholser --
Rainbow captive / Stephen Overholser --
The trap / Clay Fisher.
Responsibility: edited by Bill Pronzini and Martin Greenberg ; [introduction by John Jakes].

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From Dodge City to the O.K. Corral, this book is a roundup of the liveliest, most original stories of the American frontier.

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