Posts Categorized: Western

The Medico on the Trail By

The Medico on the Trail A western classic, back in print for the first time in 85 years!

Dr. Cliff Monroe treats Shan Jungward, a nestor’s ill daughter, inadvertently sparking a bloody range war between the homesteaders and the allied forces of cowmen and sheepherders. The conflict leads to homes being torched, cattle being slaughtered, and the potential massacre of entire families. To stop the destruction and bloodshed, and bring peace back to Painted Springs, Monroe has to strap on his guns and become the law once again...

The Medico of Painted Springs By

The Medico of Painted Springs Cliff Monroe came to Painted Springs to be the County Health Officer. He had hardly stepped off the stagecoach when a fusillate of shots rang out...and he had his first patient. It was just the latest violence in a fierce feud between cattlemen and sheepmen that was raging in the territory. The Sheriff refused to step in the violent fray, claiming "neutrality," and Cliff tried to follow his example, but he fell in love with Nancy Starweather, daughter of the sheepmen's leader, which made that a hard line to walk. The only answer was to use his wits, his guns, and his tenacity to end the feud himself. 

Heroine of the Prairies By

Heroine of the Prairies A classic western, the final novel in Sheba Hargreaves' epic trilogy, back in print for the first time in over 90 years. "'Heroine of the Prairies' ranks with such masterpieces of the past as 'The Last of the Mohicans' and 'The Luck of Roaring Camp.'" Lexington Herald-Leader

Ward of the Redskins By

Ward of the Redskins The second novel in Sheba Hargreaves' beloved and acclaimed Oregon Pioneer Trilogy, back in print for the first time in over 70 years.

Jim Faxon, a Bostonian trader and botanist, searches the wild, untamed Oregon frontier for Multnomah, a mysterious "white squaw" rumored to have been taken and raised by an isolated Indian tribe years earlier. His long and rigorous quest, through the secret passage over Neah-Kah-Nie peak, and down the rough Tillamook coast, and eastward again through the mountains to the "lake in the crater,"  is frought with danger, struggle and violence and leads to a shocking discovery.

The Cabin at the Trail's End By

The Cabin at the Trail’s End The story of the Bainbridge family, who arrive in Oregon's Willamette valley in 1843 exhausted, worn and low on provisions to settle as farmers, and their heroic struggle to survive against one hardship after another.