Frank Bonham



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  • Historical

    Nov-2014

    A masterpiece of Western fiction from prolific author Frank Bonham featuring crooked men, romance, and gun-slinging adventureIn the Arizona-Mexico border country, a man has to work hard for his living, and there's no shortage of crooks willing to tak...

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  • Historical

    Mar-2011

    Rodeo Killer is the tale of smoldering and violent conflicts among New Mexico cattle ranchers... cattle buyers... and breeders of horses for the rodeo circuit. Greed... deceit... trickery... and murder mix with romance and human and animal courage in...

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  • Historical

    Apr-2010

    A pair of action-packed tall tales from Western master Frank Bonham. The first story, Trouble in Temescal, is set in Los Angeles in the days following the Mexican-American War, and tells the tale of two entrepreneurial mustangers, Hank Ashwood and Re...

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  • Historical

    Mar-2009

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  • Historical

    Mar-2008

    A collection of seven Western stories includes the title story, in which Lyle Kearny fights Gus Stoneman's plan to improve life for the settlers of the San Augustin Plains by building a dam on Kearny's land....

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  • Historical

    Apr-2007

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  • Historical

    Mar-2006

    'The Sin of Wiley Brogan' is the tale of a horse-breaker fed up with his lot in life. 'Texicans Die Hard' tells of the cowhand who inherits an old Chihauhuan rancho. 'High Iron' tells the story of the men who built the Central Pacific Railroad....

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  • Historical

    Mar-2005

    Complies some of the author's greatest stories in this exciting anthology that captures the action, adventure, and unforgettable characters of the Old West, from a former army captain on the trail of the con-artist who framed him, to a map-maker forc...

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  • Historical

    Mar-2004

    Four of the author's best stories are contained in this volume detailing the adventures of a gambler trying to clear his family name, a rancher who butts heads with a greedy cattle buyer, a gang of outlaws trying to survive the High Sierras, and a yo...

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  • Historical

    Mar-2003

    With rousing action, well-developed characters and colorful backgrounds, Frank Bonham is regarded as one of the best Western storytellers. And the eight tales in this collection perfectly showcase Bonham's vast talent. In the title story, a good-humo...

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  • Historical

    Feb-2002

    Working on a stage trail isn't just a job for Grif Holbrook, it's in his blood. Grif's a hard-bitten but soft-hearted veteran who's worked as a troubleshooter and shotgun guard for the Butterfield line for years. These four exciting novels recount Gr...

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  • Historical

    Jun-2000

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  • Historical

    Sep-1999

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  • General Fiction

    Feb-1999

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  • Historical

    Aug-1997

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  • Historical

    Oct-1996

    When Sam Cary and his bullwhackers set out on the Bozeman Trail for Fort Greybull, they knew they were riding into danger. Sam's arch-rival Mark Stockwell had been running guns to the Indians, a hot-blooded young warchief was stirring up the tribes a...

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  • Historical

    Feb-1994

    'A sowbelly bridegroom!' That's what Holt Bannerman had called Tom Carmody a year ago when Tom wanted to marry Holt's daughter. The rich rancher had ordered Ruth home. She obeyed... and Tom left the territory. Now Tom was back. This time he had a tra...

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  • Historical

    Jul-1990

    The Richard I. Parrish Trust checks were faithfully cashed each month, but letter sent to Rip Parrish's ranch in the Arizona Territory hadn't been answered for nearly a year. So the family's lawyer hires war veteran Henry Logan to go search for Rip,...

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  • Historical

    Feb-1985

    Jim Harlan had to drive a railroad across the wilds of New Mexico but the cattlemen of the region had an even tougher job. They had to try to stop him! What Harlan knew about railroading was slung from his belt, but it was more than enough....

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  • Historical

    Sep-1984

    In the West, gun-running was a business and Gary Fidel was a business man. The Gatling could outshoot 50 men. It was worth a hatful of gold if Fidel could get it across the Mexican border to the Yaqui Indians - and worth a slow neck-stretching if he ...

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  • Historical

    Aug-1984

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  • Historical

    Jul-1984

    WesternLarge Print EditionIn the turbulent days before the Civil War, bandits posing as Southern patriots were threatening to wipe out the famous Butterfield Stagecoach Line. John Butterfield turned to Grif Holbrook, his ace trouble shooter, for help...

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  • Historical

    Jun-1984

    Rian McCool had dreamed of revenge, staring at the inside of Vallecito jail for a year, while the man who framed him was raking in the cash as the owner of a prosperous stage line. McCool had been and easygoing man. But that was last year. This y...

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  • Historical

    May-1984

    The miners were blasting the haylands into mud, the ranchers were ready to blast the miners out and the Snake warriors were waiting on the ridgetops with blood-hungry lanches. All that stood between the Oregon Territory and a three way war was F Comp...

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  • Historical

    Apr-1984

    A lifetime of sweat and blood goes into a hardrock mine like the Sweet Betsy. But a lifetime in the Arizona Territory can be awfully short. Bill Croft was one of those miners who'd been crippled when a mine cable snapped. Now there was just Bill and ...

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  • Historical

    Mar-1984

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  • Historical

    Jan-1984

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  • Historical

    Dec-1983

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  • Historical

    Nov-1983

    This is the story of two men as different from each other as father and son could ever be. Ruel Starrett was a fighter, driven by roughshod ambition, but his son, Rex, was young enough to believe in justice. Between them there grew a misunderstanding...

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  • Historical

    Oct-1983

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  • General Fiction

    Jun-1983

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  • General Fiction

    Dec-1981

    The Yaqui Indians had a few friends - and a lot of dead enemies. Tom Logan's dad had been one of their few white friends. But now Frank Logan was dead and his son had to prove his own worth by coming up with the $10,000 that the whites had stolen - o...

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  • Mystery

    Dec-1980

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  • Science Fiction

    Nov-1979

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  • Historical

    Sep-1977

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  • Mystery

    Aug-1971

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  • Suspense

    1971

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  • General Fiction

    Sep-1968

    Torn between a desire to stay in school and his father's insistence that it is a waste of time, a black boy decides to quit school and go into business with the uncle he worships. When the venture fails and his uncle deserts him, the boy faces realit...

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