Etext scanned by Daniel Wentzell of Leesburg, Georgia. WILDFIRE by ZANE GREY CHAPTER I For some reason the desert scene before Lucy Bostil awoke varying emotions–a sweet gratitude for the fullness of her life there at the Ford, yet a haunting remorse that she could not be wholly content–a vague loneliness of soul–a thrill and
To The Last Man by Zane Grey FOREWORD It was inevitable that in my efforts to write romantic history of the great West I should at length come to the story of a feud. For long I have steered clear of this rock. But at last I have reached it and must go over it,
Scanned by Charles Keller with OmniPage Professional OCR software donated by Caere Corporation, 1-800-535-7226. Contact Mike Lough ZANE GREY THE REDHEADED OUTFIELD AND OTHER BASEBALL STORIES CONTENTS THE REDHEADED OUTFIELD THE RUBE THE RUBE’S PENNANT THE RUBE’S HONEYMOON THE RUBE’S WATERLOO BREAKING INTO FAST COMPANY THE KNOCKER THE WINNING BALL FALSE COLORS THE MANAGER OF
This etext prepared by Richard Fane THE MAN OF THE FOREST by Zane Grey CHAPTER I At sunset hour the forest was still, lonely, sweet with tang of fir and spruce, blazing in gold and red and green; and the man who glided on under the great trees seemed to blend with the colors and,
The Lone Star Ranger by Zane Grey This etext was prepared by Ken Smidge of Mt. Clemens, MI. THE LONE STAR RANGER To CAPTAIN JOHN HUGHES and his Texas Rangers It may seem strange to you that out of all the stories I heard on the Rio Grande I should choose as first that of
The Light of Western Stars by Zane Grey Contents I. A Gentleman of the Range II. A Secret Kept III. Sister and Brother IV. A Ride From Sunrise to Sunset V. The Round-up VI. A Gift and a Purchase VII. Her Majesty’s Rancho VIII. El Capitan IX. The New Foreman X. Don Carlo’s Vaqueros XI.
Etext scanned by Mary Starr THE LAST OF THE PLAINSMEN by ZANE GREY PREFATORY NOTE Buffalo Jones needs no introduction to American sportsmen, but to these of my readers who are unacquainted with him a few words may not be amiss. He was born sixty-two years ago on the Illinois prairie, and he has devoted
Etext prepared by: Bill Brewer email@example.comfirstname.lastname@example.org Corrections by: Rick Fane email@example.com THE HERITAGE OF THE DESERT A NOVEL BY ZANE GREY I THE SIGN OF THE SUNSET “BUT the man’s almost dead.” The words stung John Hare’s fainting spirit into life. He opened his eyes. The desert still stretched before him, the appalling thing that
This Etext has been prepared by Bill Brewer, firstname.lastname@example.org THE CALL OF THE CANYON By Zane Grey CHAPTER I What subtle strange message had come to her out of the West? Carley Burch laid the letter in her lap and gazed dreamily through the window. It was a day typical of early April in New
Produced by Suzanne Shell, Beginners Projects, Nicolas Hayes and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team. TALES OF LONELY TRAILS BY ZANE GREY 1922 CONTENTS CHAPTER I. NONNEZOSHE II. COLORADO TRAILS III. ROPING LIONS IN THE GRAND CANYON IV. TONTO BASIN V. DEATH VALLEY ILLUSTRATIONS ZANE GREY Z.G. AFTER TWO MONTHS IN THE WILDS THERE WAS SOMETHING
DESERT GOLD A ROMANCE OF THE BORDER BY ZANE GREY CONTENTS Prologue I. Old Friends II. Mercedes Castaneda III. A Flight Into The Desert IV. Forlorn River V. A Desert Rose VI. The Yaqui VII. White Horses VIII. The Running of Blanco Sol IX. An Interrupted Siesta X. Rojas XI. Across Cactus and Lava XII.
Etext prepared by Bill Brewer, email@example.com BETTY ZANE by ZANE GREY TO THE BETTY ZANE CHAPTER OF THE DAUGHTERS OF THE REVOLUTION THIS BOOK IS RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED BY THE AUTHOR NOTE In a quiet corner of the stately little city of Wheeling, West Va., stands a monument on which is inscribed: “By authority of the