A thousand Texas longhorns / Johnny D. Boggs.
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- ISBN: 9780786046218
- ISBN: 078604621X
- Physical Description: 500 pages ; 18 cm
- Publisher: New York, NY : Pinnacle Books, Kensington Publishing Corp., 
- Copyright: ©2020
"The Civil War is over. The future of the American West is up for grabs. Any man crazy enough to lead a herd of Texas longhorns to the north stands to make a fortune—and make history. That man would be Nelson Story. A bold entrepreneur and miner, he knows a golden opportunity when he sees one. But it won’t be easy. Cowboys and bandits got guns, farmers got sick livestock, and the Army’s got their own reasons to stop the drive. Even worse, Story’s top hand is an ornery Confederate veteran who used to be his enemy. But all that is nothing compared to the punishing weather, the deadly stampedes—and the bloodthirsty wrath of the Sioux…This is the incredible saga of a man named Story. A true legend of the Old West. And the ever-beating heart of the American Dream"--FantasticFiction.com.
Johnny D. Boggs is the highly acclaimed author of more than fifty Westerns, including Return to Red River, West Texas Kill, and the Western Heritage Wrangler Award-winning novel Spark on the Prairie. A twelve-time Spur Award-finalist and eight-time Spur Award-winner, he has received more awards than any other author in the history of the Western Writers of America, including Louis L'Amour. He is a member of the Western Writers Hall of Fame and the 2020 recipient of Owen Wister Award for Lifetime Contributions to Western Literature from the Western Writers of America. Booklist has called him "among the best Western writers at work today" and he has twice received the True West Magazine Best of the West Award. A native of South Carolina and former newspaper journalist, he lives with his family in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and can be found online at JohnnyDBoggs.com.
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