Category Archives: Western – Classic

The Forbidden Trail by Honoré Willsie Morrow

The Forbidden Trail by Honoré Willsie Morrow

Bushra Zia

Roger, the son of a local factory owner, is born into an entrepreneurial family. His boyhood years are spent in daydreaming engineering feats and placating union laborers. He emerges from the state engineering college as one of the geniuses of his time.

A heartbreaking story of a genius boy as he struggles into manhood with ideas that are at least a century ahead of his time.

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Rating: 4/5

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The Pride of Palomar by Peter B. Kyne

The Pride of Palomar by Peter B. Kyne

Bushra Zia

Don Mike on his deployment inherits the Ranch Palomar from his father, heavily indebted. He only has seven months to reverse the closure from the banker, Mr. Parker. With Kay Parker as the courageous girl who helps him through his trials, a tug of war ensues between the banker and the inheritor.

Breathtaking scenery and thrilling action are in the backdrop as one man is willing to take the last chance on saving his inheritance.

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Rating: 4/5

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‘Drag’ Harlan by Charles Alden Seltzer

Drag Harlan by Charles Alden Seltzer

Bushra Zia

Drag Harlan is known for his quickness with his guns. A mean, hard country man, he comes quite accidently by a dying man, Morgan. Morgan is cattleman and has left his ranch to his only daughter, Barbara. Seeing honesty in Harlan’s eyes, Morgan asks him to go to his daughter and protect her from fortune hunters.

A story filled with hard action, toughened cowboys, and sweeping romance.

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Rating: 5/5

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Good Indian by B. M. Bower

Good Indian by B. M. Bower

Bushra Zia

Good Indian is a foster son of a western ranch owner. Considered as the eldest son, Good Indian plays a pivot role when the family ranch is attacked by scheming, gold prospectors. He is taken by the beauty of one fragile girl who cannot understand the western customs. His partner and supporter, Georgie Howard, quells her love for him, when they both go through the legal battle of the family ranch.

Bower gives the reader an excellent portrayal of a man loved by more than one woman.

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Rating: 5/5

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The Range Boss by Charles Alden Seltzer

The Range Boss by Charles Alden Seltzer

Bushra Zia

Ruth Harkness inherits a western ranch from her uncle. Rex Randerson plays the central role as her range boss and rescuer.

One of the best Western novels I have read to date. Seltzer’s Western novels are jam-packed with action, adventure, and romance.

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Rating: 5/5

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The Boss of Lazy Y by Charles Alden Seltzer

The Boss of Lazy Y by Charles Alden Seltzer

Bushra Zia

Daredevil Calumet Marston returns to his father’s ranch only to find it is being run by a young woman, Betty. Betty maintains a strong hold on the ranch until Calumet accepts the sundry conditions of his father.

This is Seltzer’s best work. A real page turner, with action and romance trailing at every turn.

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Rating: 5/5

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