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RAVEN MOCKER

Don Coldsmith
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For years Snakewater, the aging medicine woman of Old Town, has been respected -- and feared -- by her Cherokee villiage. Now, as a series of mysterious deaths plagues her villiage, she finds herself accused of being a Raven Mocker, the legendary creature of evil that steals life from its victims in its relentless quest for immortality. Driven from her people, Snakewater journeys west for the first time with a traveling band to the Cherokee settlements far beyond the Mississippi.

Her trail will be one of perilous discovery. Accepted by a culture new to her, admired and loved by its children, she finds herself feeling more vibrant and youthful. But is her newfound vigor a gift of the spirits...or a sign that her people were right, that she is a life-stealing Raven Mocker?

As the annual Sun Dance approaches, Snakewater will learn the fateful truth about herself and the unexplained deaths -- a surprising revelation that will confirm her new life...or destroy it.


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RUNESTONE

Don Coldsmith
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They set sail from Norway, two swift-moving longships and their handpicked crews, following the route n…

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They set sail from Norway, two swift-moving longships and their handpicked crews, following the route navigated by the legendary Leif Ericson. But for young shipmaster Nils Thorsson and his fellow Norsemen the real journey begins when they push on into the uncharted continent of Vinland.


There the explorers revel in the chance to penetrate a virgin land -- until they trespass on the grounds of a primitive people who have seen enough of the light hairs' cruelty to believe they are too dangerous to ignore. In one swift dawn raid, they deal with the invaders by letting go a swarm of fiery arrows. Only three men from the sailing party escape: the intrepid Nils Thorsson, the hardened seaman Svenson, and an enigmatic native guide called Odin. Now, stranded in the wilderness with their one-eyed guide, Thorsson and Svenson know that to survive they must master the ways of war, of the hunt -- and of a proud and fearless people.


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THE TRAVELER

Don Coldsmith
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In childhood his name was Woodpecker. Now, he is the Storyteller, weaving long-ago tales and trading as…

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In childhood his name was Woodpecker. Now, he is the Storyteller, weaving long-ago tales and trading as he traverses the lands of the People. Married to the beautiful Plum Leaf, the Storyteller sets out on the great adventure that will be his own life.


He witnesses the changes the white men have brought -- the taking of scalps, the preying of brother upon brother, the knives made of shiny, smooth metal. He journeys far and wide, to the land of the buffalo and to the heart of an enchanting young captive named Pale Star, who will be his shinning light and destiny in the dark days ahead.


He is known by many names to those he meets in the wilderness: Storyteller, Trader, Traveler -- and one day he will become a legend as the half man, half spirit called the Watcher.


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WALKS IN THE SUN

Don Coldsmith
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Twelve brave young men set out to the mysterious south, led by the indomitable Blue Jay, seeking a bet…

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Twelve brave young men set out to the mysterious south, led by the indomitable Blue Jay, seeking a better wintering land. But the quest becomes an obsession that plunges the men -- and the beautiful, enigmatic woman who joins them -- into a lush, deadly forest inhabited by great spotted cats and "thunder lizards," against a man-eating people near the sea, and to a highland realm where human sacrifices are performed on a man-made mountain.

To the young holy man Walks in the Sun, the journey is a test of his vision and his skill at casting the bones. For as he and his comrades face death, disease and loss, they fight for survival -- and a return to the People.


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LOUIS L'AMOUR WESTERN SET VOLUME 1

Louis L'amour
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Price: $29.95

This set includes seven novels by prolific western writer Louis L'Amour:

Tucker - His father always said he was a boy heading for trouble. Now Shell Tucker has something to prove.

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This set includes seven novels by prolific western writer Louis L'Amour:

Tucker - His father always said he was a boy heading for trouble. Now Shell Tucker has something to prove.

Milo Talon - Jefferson Henry hired Milo to hunt down a missing girl. But from the moment Milo began his search he knew something wasn't right.

Kilrone - When Major Frank Paddock and Barnes Kilrone were young officers, they both fell in love with the same woman. Now they are in exile in the American West.

Shalako - Shalako Carlin knew he could live the nomadic life he'd chosen only as long as he moved with care. About women, he thought little — until he met Irina Carnarvon.

Catlow - Ben Cowan and Bijah Catlow had been friends since childhood. Now one is an outlaw, the other a U.S. Marshal.

To the Far Blue Mountains - This is the unforgettable tale of a man who, after returning to his homeland, discovers that finding his way back to America may be impossible.

Free! Long Ride Home - These short vintage frontier stories introduce you to lawmen and loners, ranchers and renegades, gunslingers, cardsharps, bank robbers and other L'Amour characters.


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LOUIS L'AMOUR WESTERN SET VOLUME 2

Louis L'amour
Paperback

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This western fiction set includes the following books by the beloved Louis L'Amour:

Bowdrie - Texas Ranger Chick Bowdrie stands head and shoulders above the rest. He rides in the name of ju…

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This western fiction set includes the following books by the beloved Louis L'Amour:

Bowdrie - Texas Ranger Chick Bowdrie stands head and shoulders above the rest. He rides in the name of justice, but he lives by his own law.

The Ferguson Rifle - Stripped of all he values in life, Ronan Chantry takes up his prized Ferguson rifle and heads west, into an unknown land and an uncertain future.

The Rider of Lost Creek - Lance Kilkenny has a debt to pay, and he isn't about to let the friend who saved his life go down in a range war.

The First Fast Draw - East Texas wasn't much of a home for Cullen Baker. Few liked him, and some even tried to kill him. Yet after three hard years of wandering, he's come back to farm the land that's rightfully his.

Dark Canyon - When Gaylord Riley walked away from the Coburn gang, he had money and a dream. He worked hard and built a cabin, gathered a herd of cattle, and fell in love with Marie Shattuck.

Sackett/The Day Breakers - One of the most popular fictional creations of our time, the chronicle of the Sackett family is also one of Louis L'Amour's crowning achievements, and these two magnificent novels are proof.

Free! Passin' Through - It seemed the perfect place to lie low, but for a man interested only in passin' through, a dusty ranch proved a place where a stranger could get entangled in a deadly struggle.


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GUNSMOKE DIRECTOR'S COLLECTION DVDS (3 DISCS)


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An impressive roster of Hollywood talent brings a keen eye to the camera lens in this 15-episode Gunsmoke DVD Collection that spotlights the series' acclaimed directors.

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An impressive roster of Hollywood talent brings a keen eye to the camera lens in this 15-episode Gunsmoke DVD Collection that spotlights the series' acclaimed directors.

The courage, character and spirit of the American West blazes across the screen in this television series that set a standard for entertainment excellence during its 20-year run. Join James Arness, Amanda Blake, Milburn Stone, Dennis Weaver and Ken Curtis in this fascinating collection of episodes filmed by such talents as Robert Stevenson (Old Yeller, Mary Poppins), Arthur Hiller (Love Story, Silver Streak), Mark Rydell (On Golden Pond, The Rose) and Andrew V. McLaglen (McLintock!, Chisum, Hellfighters). This three-disc set also features episodes shot by such familiar on-screen talents as Dennis Weaver, Peter Graves, William Conrad and Victor French as they step behind the camera, don a director's cap and add a unique, personal perspective to Gunsmoke's celebrated heritage of rugged western adventures.

Special Features:

  • CBS Radio Broadcast for "Magnus," "How to Kill a Woman," "Buffalo Man" and "The Constable"
  • "Have Gun - Will Travel" clip with Ken Curtis
  • Soundtrack scoring session
  • Amanda Blake interview on "The Mike Douglas Show"
  • Audio commentaries by John Rich, Arthur Hiller, Dennis Weaver, Andrew V. McLaglen, Mariette Hartley, Harry Harris Jr., Mark Rydell and Peter Graves


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RAWHIDE SEASON 1 ON DVD (7 DISCS)


DVD

Price: $36.30

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Get rollin', rollin', rollin' with Oscar-winner Clint Eastwood in Rawhide - the trail-blazing western …

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Get rollin', rollin', rollin' with Oscar-winner Clint Eastwood in Rawhide - the trail-blazing western series that jump-started his illustrious movie career! This 7-disc set contains all 22 episodes from the first season, plus a bonus episode from Season 2, to get you back in the saddle with everybody's favorite cowhand, Rowdy Yates; his tough-minded trail boss, Gil Favor (Eric Fleming); and a whole herd of legendary guest stars. With villains who will rob you blind and heroes who will steal your heart, the Wild West has never been so much fun.


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THE COWBOY: CHARACTERISTICS, EQUIPMENT, DEVELOPING THE WEST

Philip Ashton Rollins
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Although the American cowboy has long been a favorite subject for novelists, filmmakers and illustrat…

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Although the American cowboy has long been a favorite subject for novelists, filmmakers and illustrators, too often the picture painted of them bears little relation to reality. Philip Ashton Rollins, who lived in the West on and off between 1892 and 1924, set out to create a more accurate portrait of this enduring icon. Based on what he himself witnessed, this fascinating study discusses what exactly makes a cowboy, as well as cowboy weaponry, clothing, saddles and equipment; the "cowboy character"; and a cowboy's work. In addition, Rollins describes the history of ranching in the United States, the raising of horses and cattle, livestock rustling, and more.

This remarkable book is perhaps the most accurate and detailed description of the real-life American cowboy ever written. Here Rollins describes the beginnings of ranching in America, and how horses and cattle were raised. He details, with flair and expertise, everything about the cowboy and his work — his tools and weapon, his clothes and tack, the specialized skills he perfected, and the life he led while on the range. He explains that there was really no typical American cowboy and definitively separates fact from legend. A wonderful resource for anybody who lives or loves the cowboy life, this book is an incredible record of these men, their lives and their work.

About the author
Philip Ashton Rollins, a graduate of Princeton, traveled extensively in the West and wrote about its people and their work.

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