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by Wayne D. Overholser
Author: Wayne D. Overholser
Publisher: Five Star (August 17, 2011)
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Death of a Cattle King book. Published August 17th 2011 by Five Star (ME). Wayne D. Overholser (born September 4, 1906 in Pomeroy, Washington; died August 27, 1996 in Boulder, Colorado) was an American Western writer.
Death of a Cattle King book. Overholser won the 1953 First Spur Award for best novel for Lawman using the pseudonym Lee Leighton. In 1955 he won the 1954 (second) Spur Award for The Violent Land. He also used the pseudonyms John S. Daniels, Dan J. Stevens and Joseph Wayne. Books by Wayne D. Overholser. No trivia or quizzes yet.
Cattle King for a Day" (originally published in All Western Magazine's . Step back in time with the Stories from the Golden Age series, featuring classic tales of adventure, mystery and thrill rides from the 1930s and 1940s.
Cattle King for a Day" (originally published in All Western Magazine's March 1937 issue) is enhanced by authenticity springing from Hubbard's time living in Montana, complete with details on local mining, banking, etc -Somebody Dies. Also includes the Western adventure Come and Get It, the story of an Easterner who comes to Wyoming to find out who killed his father-but discovers that the only way to get justice is to cook up a new identity for himself. Step back in time with the Stories from the Golden Age series, featuring classic tales of adventure, mystery and thrill rides from the 1930s and 1940s, all written by the late author L. Ron Hubbard.
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Wayne D. Overholser (born September 4, 1906 in Pomeroy, Washington; † died August 27, 1996 in Boulder, Colorado), was an American Western writer. Overholser won the 1953 First Spur Award for Best Western Novel for Lawman using the pseudonym Lee Leighton.
Night Hawk is certain to join that select company as one of his best, a story filled with drama, tension, and excitement. Stephen Overholser was born in Bend, Oregon, the son of Western author, Wayne D. He grew up in Boulder, Colorado where he lives with his family. In those days the greenest greenhorn on a cattle ranch was usually a fresh-faced kid who had drifted West, a "maverick" cut loose from kin for one reason or another. On the Circle L Ranch that autumn the ramrod hired such a kid to work as wrangler by day and night hawk after sundown.
Death of a Cattle King (2011). Ten Mile Valley (2012). The Waiting Gun (2013). Swampland Empire (2013). The Best Western Stories of Wayne D. Overholser (1984) aka The Best Western Stories. Overholser was also referred to in Stephen King's "Wolves of the Calla" in the Dark Tower Series. Not only was he referred to as a writer but Overholser was also the name of a character in the town of Calla Bryn Sturgis (a town in "Wolves of the Calla).
Gunsmoke was a popular TV-series of 20 seasons that ran from 1955 to 1975. Marshal Matt Dillon is in charge of Dodge City, a town in the wild west where people often have no respect for the law. He deals on a daily basis with the problems associated with frontier life: cattle rustling, gunfights, brawls, standover tactics, and land fraud. Such situations call for sound judgement and brave actions: of which Marshal Dillon has plenty. Actors appearing in more than 40% of all episodes.
This is the book that established the story lines of the Old West we have grown to appreciate. It realistically portrays the life of a cowboy on the Western frontier. This nameless cowboy that can handle himself in all situations and is your classic cowboy character
This is the book that established the story lines of the Old West we have grown to appreciate. This nameless cowboy that can handle himself in all situations and is your classic cowboy character. At it’s heart, the Virginian is a love story, but don’t let that stop you from reading it.
The story of a poker steer. The cattle weretwos and threes
The story of a poker steer. The Passing of Peg-Leg" and "A Question of Possession" appearedoriginally in Leslie's Monthly, and are here reprinted by permissionof the publishers of that magazine. The cattle weretwos and threes. When the posse reached town on their return, they learned ofthe death of the cashier, and the identity of the prisoners was soonestablished by citizens who knew the marshal and his deputy. Thelatter admitted their identity.
It has been eight years since Sam Holt brought his family from the Willamette Valley overland to eastern Oregon, found Paradise Valley, and began what he called Rainbow Ranch. His wife Helen, son Bruce, and daughter Mary had made the trip with him, as well as Morgan Drew, the son of Sam s best friend, the banker Paul Drew, who before he died had asked Sam to look after his son. Morgan Drew had his father s money and wanted no part of Rainbow Ranch. Instead he took Ben Louderman as his associate and created the Big D Ranch. It was aptly named. In those eight years the Big D has grown until now it is the second largest ranch in the area. The JB Ranch is the largest, owned by Jason Bell. Morgan Drew wants the JB Ranch and he is convinced that the best way to get it is to marry Karen Bell, a marriage that Jason also wants his daughter to make. That is before Bell learns that Karen and Bruce Holt are in love and intend to marry. Mary Holt believes that Morgan Drew is in love with her and she has come to hate Bruce because of his opposition to the man. Morgan tells Sam Holt that either he sells out Rainbow Ranch to him, or Jason Bell will run him off. And that is where matters stand before the Paiutes under their chief Egan go to war against all the ranchers. It is a war that will change everything, beginning with Jason and Karen Bell being chased from their home and forced to seek a safe haven at Rainbow Ranch.