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Timberline bonanza —Elston, Allan Vaughan, 1887-1976, author.
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2016
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"In 1879 in the silver-rich town of Leadville, Colorado, a cowboy is found beaten and suffering from amnesia. While he searches for answers, repeated attempts on his life make it clear that someone wants him dead before ...

Treasure coach from Deadwood —Elston, Allan Vaughan, 1887-1976, author.
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2017
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"After being robbed, cowboy Todd Merrill takes a job as an armed guard for the treasure coach which delivers gold from Deadwood to Cheyenne. When the coach is robbed, Todd takes it upon himself to figure out who tipped o...

Stage road to Denver —Elston, Allan Vaughan, 1887-1976, author.
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2020
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"Denver, 1876--the burgeoning capital of a rough new state. When Terry Woodford rides in with his partner Slim, he dreams of showing Colorado how to save starving cattle by herding them to lush grazing grounds in the mou...

Grand Mesa —Elston, Allan Vaughan, 1887-1976, author.
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2020
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"The dramatic scenery of Colorado's Uncompahgre Valley and an actual incident of two generations ago form the background for this tense and thrilling story of a man's struggle for justice in the face of false accusations...

Last stage to Aspen —Elston, Allan Vaughan, 1887-1976, author.
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2019
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When his stage is held up, driver Wes Brian is lucky to get away with his life, let alone his cash. He asks his broker, Frank Bayard, to invest his life's savings - but what he doesn't know is that Bayard is a double-cro...

Saddle up for steamboat —Elston, Allan Vaughan, 1887-1976, author.
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2014
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Wayne Brady sets out to find the man who tried to frame his best friend for murder.

The lawless border —Elston, Allan Vaughan, 1887-1976, author.
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2021
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It was just one year ago that the O'Hara brothers planned to buy themselves a ranch, settle down, and raise some stock. But that was before Milton disappeared the night after he won forty-four hundred dollars at a poker ...

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