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Top Ten Western Novels

(in my opinion) 1o. Haunted Mesa, by Louis L’Amour One of Louis L’Amour’s longest and clearly most researched novels, Mesa  is equal parts contemporary mystery and historical thriller. While a detective working to solve a murder makes up the plot, … Continue reading

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Skinwalkers

  They are accounts of nighttime drives on the lonely road between Farmington, NM and The Four Corners when, in the distance ahead, a coyote appears on the roadway, its eyes glowing in the headlights. Except that they are not … Continue reading

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Silverheels

The legend of Silverheels is an enigma in western history. Although not as widely known as Molly Brown or Baby Doe Tabor, nor founded in nearly as much truth, Silverheels is every bit as romantic and enduring as the frontier land … Continue reading

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Links

AmericanWest.com: An expansive site of all things West. A place where both the mildly curious and the most ardent researcher will find something fascinating. LegendsofAmerica.com: An all-encompassing site of legends and true histories from all across the nation. Sangres.com: Read … Continue reading

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