Category Archives: Western Books

Review~Cow Country by Will James

Will James is one of the most important western authors, he captured the feel, culture, work, and everyday life of the cowboy like very few men have. His works are historically significant to America as well as being enjoyable to … Continue reading

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The All-American Cowboy Grill~Review

Last week when I reviewed The All American Cowboy Cookbook, I mentioned that it was one of the two select cowboy cookbooks that I found worthy enough to keep on my shelves. This, The All-American Cowboy Grill, is the other. … Continue reading

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The All American Cowboy Cookbook~Review

A couple of years ago while passing a friend’s bookshelf I caught a glimpse of this book, and quickly went online to find myself a copy! It is so much more that a cookbook, it is a trip through the … Continue reading

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Shane by Jack Schaefer

Several years ago I read Shane for the first time. Ever since that day I’ve wanted to write a review on it because I wanted other folks to enjoy it like I have. Shane was written by Jack Schaefer and … Continue reading

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Wanderlust Creek and Other Stories~Review

Elisabeth Foley caught my attention with this book.  Wanderlust Creek is a collection of 6 short stories, which were published earlier this year.  I don’t usually enjoy modern western fiction or films. But I found this book to be quite … Continue reading

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The Log Of A Cowboy~Book Review

This book is an excellent detailed account of a cattle-drive, told by a real cowboy of the old days: Andy Adams(1859-1935). Although this book is classified as fiction, the dialogue and story are not a large percentage of the book. … Continue reading

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