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Cheryl A. Chatfield, Ph.D.

Hexed: The Iron Druid Chronicles by Kevin Hearne

I am impressed with Hearne's knowledge of magic. As with the first book in this series, Hounded, this fantasy, is intriguing as the hero, a 2000 year old Druid...

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Steven M King

Review of Treasure Hunter

Movies like "Pirates of the Caribbean," "National Treasure," and the "Indiana Jones" franchise awaken a deep-seated idea: adventure will break the monotony of life...

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Cheryl A. Chatfield, Ph.D.

Nerburn's story is a fictionalized account based on real events that captures the attention of the reader as we learn the plight of Indians today fighting to accept the horrors of their past. An

By: Cheryl A. Chatfield, Ph.D. l Book Reviews > Westerns l Mar 23, 2012
Cheryl A. Chatfield, Ph.D.

A Druid lives in Arizona, pretending to be twenty-one years old, while he is actually twenty-one centuries old. He is threatened by witches and assisted by werewolves, all of whom also appear, on the

By: Cheryl A. Chatfield, Ph.D. l Book Reviews > Westerns l Mar 23, 2012
Ann Edall Robson

An invitation from Ace Reid to come for a visit to find if they were compatible to work together was the start of this book. Author John R. Erickson's the three-day visit to the Draggin' S Ranch

By: Ann Edall Robson l Book Reviews > Westerns l Dec 10, 2011
Steven M King

Movies like "Pirates of the Caribbean," "National Treasure," and the "Indiana Jones" franchise awaken a deep-seated idea: adventure will break the monotony of life and you never know when you might

By: Steven M King l Book Reviews > Westerns l Nov 09, 2011
Madan G Singh

  I must confess that two things which I have loved are t western films and books of that turbulent period referred to as the 'wild west' in American history of the 19th century. This was a period

By: Madan G Singh l Book Reviews > Westerns l Nov 03, 2011
Steph Burkhart

Set in the American West, "A Western Saga Anthology" focuses on the McTavish family as they venture to settle and tame the unknown. A rousing set of character driven short stories promises to have

By: Steph Burkhart l Book Reviews > Westerns l Sep 12, 2011
Cheryl A. Chatfield, Ph.D.

I am impressed with Hearne's knowledge of magic. As with the first book in this series, Hounded, this fantasy, is intriguing as the hero, a 2000 year old Druid living in present day Arizona, fights

By: Cheryl A. Chatfield, Ph.D. l Book Reviews > Westerns l Jul 12, 2011
Steph Burkhart

Yeary pens a suspense-filled character driven western romance with "Texas True." True Cameron longs for a loving husband, a big family, and to live on a ranch, but to make these dreams come true, her

By: Steph Burkhart l Book Reviews > Westerns l May 22, 2011

O.K. This one follows rayon, Harry, and the girlfriend about one year after Pronto left off. Basic back story is that in Pronto, Raylon took it upon himself to save Harry and girlfriend.

By: Travis Haselton l Book Reviews > Westerns l Apr 27, 2011
Bonnie Chambers

I decided to read this book after I watched the Academy Awards a little while ago. John Wayne received an Oscar for Best Actor in a Leading Role in the 1969 version of True Grit, and the version that

By: Bonnie Chambers l Book Reviews > Westerns l Apr 06, 2011

One of the series of books that has been catching good reviews have been the Steve Dancy series. Although I have not developed much of a taste for westerns, this one pretty much held my attention

By: Jason Truman l Book Reviews > Westerns l Feb 26, 2011

The plot of the story is set in the landscape of the mountains and the early days of the fur trade. During those days men left the comforts of their own homes to set out for the West trusting their

By: Bill E Grant l Book Reviews > Westerns l Feb 25, 2011

It has been a long time since I have read a book that has been able to chill my veins or make me cry. The Lonesome Dove is exactly what I needed. Although it is a long read, when you start you easily

By: Lucy Greene l Book Reviews > Westerns l Feb 25, 2011

When the English came to the shores of America, the power that they received came at the cost of the original inhabitants of the land, the Red Indians. Over the years many books have been compiled

By: Lucy V Greene l Book Reviews > Westerns l Feb 25, 2011

Paula L. Silici's first Western romance, "A Way in the Wilderness," is a fascinating, irresistible read. This saga of an orphan girl and a successful rancher has every possible conflict and character

By: Barbra Lee l Book Reviews > Westerns l Feb 16, 2011

Award-Winning Tales, a compilation of award-winning Western short stories, is perhaps the best Western anthology yet published. Romances mingle with murders, and desperadoes and lawmen clear leather,

By: Barbra Lee l Book Reviews > Westerns l Feb 06, 2011

Blood Meridian exists on a level all it's own. A western novel at its core, it fulfills, and then some, all the requisites of the genre. There's bloody action, conflict, violence, gunplay, the wide

By: Edgar Clinton l Book Reviews > Westerns l Dec 20, 2010
Steph Burkhart

Yeary pens an engaging adventure full of suspense and love with "Texas Promise." Josephine (Jo) King think she's a widow, but when her husband, Dalton King, shows up unexpectedly, she realizes that

By: Steph Burkhart l Book Reviews > Westerns l Oct 13, 2010
Gregory V. Boulware

Remember Sidney Poitier and Harry Belafonte of "Buck and The Preacher? They were two Black characterizations of pioneers who communicated with the Native Americans. Honest trade and respect for one

By: Gregory V. Boulware l Book Reviews > Westerns l Oct 03, 2010
Cheryl A. Chatfield, Ph.D.

In this sequel to his novel, The Celestine Prophecy in which he presents 9 insights, Redfield suggests that we need to visualize the future we want; then we can know what to pray for, what to expect.

By: Cheryl A. Chatfield, Ph.D. l Book Reviews > Westerns l Jun 03, 2010
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Cheryl A. Chatfield, Ph.D.

A Druid lives in Arizona, pretending to be twenty-one years old, while he is actually twenty-one centuries old. He is threatened by witches and assisted by werewolves, all of whom also appear, on the

By: Cheryl A. Chatfield, Ph.D. l Book Reviews > Westerns l Mar 23, 2012 lViews: 88 lComments: 0
Steven M King

Movies like "Pirates of the Caribbean," "National Treasure," and the "Indiana Jones" franchise awaken a deep-seated idea: adventure will break the monotony of life and you never know when you might

By: Steven M King l Book Reviews > Westerns l Nov 09, 2011 lViews: 64 lComments: 0
Cheryl A. Chatfield, Ph.D.

Nerburn's story is a fictionalized account based on real events that captures the attention of the reader as we learn the plight of Indians today fighting to accept the horrors of their past. An

By: Cheryl A. Chatfield, Ph.D. l Book Reviews > Westerns l Mar 23, 2012 lViews: 59 lComments: 0

The plot of the story is set in the landscape of the mountains and the early days of the fur trade. During those days men left the comforts of their own homes to set out for the West trusting their

By: Bill E Grant l Book Reviews > Westerns l Feb 25, 2011 lViews: 56 lComments: 0
Ann Edall Robson

An invitation from Ace Reid to come for a visit to find if they were compatible to work together was the start of this book. Author John R. Erickson's the three-day visit to the Draggin' S Ranch

By: Ann Edall Robson l Book Reviews > Westerns l Dec 10, 2011 lViews: 55 lComments: 0
Cheryl A. Chatfield, Ph.D.

I am impressed with Hearne's knowledge of magic. As with the first book in this series, Hounded, this fantasy, is intriguing as the hero, a 2000 year old Druid living in present day Arizona, fights

By: Cheryl A. Chatfield, Ph.D. l Book Reviews > Westerns l Jul 12, 2011 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
Steph Burkhart

Set in the American West, "A Western Saga Anthology" focuses on the McTavish family as they venture to settle and tame the unknown. A rousing set of character driven short stories promises to have

By: Steph Burkhart l Book Reviews > Westerns l Sep 12, 2011 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
Bonnie Chambers

I decided to read this book after I watched the Academy Awards a little while ago. John Wayne received an Oscar for Best Actor in a Leading Role in the 1969 version of True Grit, and the version that

By: Bonnie Chambers l Book Reviews > Westerns l Apr 06, 2011 lViews: 43 lComments: 0
Madan G Singh

  I must confess that two things which I have loved are t western films and books of that turbulent period referred to as the 'wild west' in American history of the 19th century. This was a period

By: Madan G Singh l Book Reviews > Westerns l Nov 03, 2011 lViews: 42 lComments: 0
Steph Burkhart

Yeary pens a suspense-filled character driven western romance with "Texas True." True Cameron longs for a loving husband, a big family, and to live on a ranch, but to make these dreams come true, her

By: Steph Burkhart l Book Reviews > Westerns l May 22, 2011 lViews: 42 lComments: 0

One of the series of books that has been catching good reviews have been the Steve Dancy series. Although I have not developed much of a taste for westerns, this one pretty much held my attention

By: Jason Truman l Book Reviews > Westerns l Feb 26, 2011 lViews: 42 lComments: 0

O.K. This one follows rayon, Harry, and the girlfriend about one year after Pronto left off. Basic back story is that in Pronto, Raylon took it upon himself to save Harry and girlfriend.

By: Travis Haselton l Book Reviews > Westerns l Apr 27, 2011 lViews: 41 lComments: 0
Steph Burkhart

Yeary pens an engaging adventure full of suspense and love with "Texas Promise." Josephine (Jo) King think she's a widow, but when her husband, Dalton King, shows up unexpectedly, she realizes that

By: Steph Burkhart l Book Reviews > Westerns l Oct 13, 2010 lViews: 39 lComments: 0
Cheryl A. Chatfield, Ph.D.

In this sequel to his novel, The Celestine Prophecy in which he presents 9 insights, Redfield suggests that we need to visualize the future we want; then we can know what to pray for, what to expect.

By: Cheryl A. Chatfield, Ph.D. l Book Reviews > Westerns l Jun 03, 2010 lViews: 39 lComments: 0

Blood Meridian exists on a level all it's own. A western novel at its core, it fulfills, and then some, all the requisites of the genre. There's bloody action, conflict, violence, gunplay, the wide

By: Edgar Clinton l Book Reviews > Westerns l Dec 20, 2010 lViews: 39 lComments: 0
Gregory V. Boulware

Remember Sidney Poitier and Harry Belafonte of "Buck and The Preacher? They were two Black characterizations of pioneers who communicated with the Native Americans. Honest trade and respect for one

By: Gregory V. Boulware l Book Reviews > Westerns l Oct 03, 2010 lViews: 38 lComments: 0

When the English came to the shores of America, the power that they received came at the cost of the original inhabitants of the land, the Red Indians. Over the years many books have been compiled

By: Lucy V Greene l Book Reviews > Westerns l Feb 25, 2011 lViews: 37 lComments: 0

It has been a long time since I have read a book that has been able to chill my veins or make me cry. The Lonesome Dove is exactly what I needed. Although it is a long read, when you start you easily

By: Lucy Greene l Book Reviews > Westerns l Feb 25, 2011 lViews: 36 lComments: 0

Award-Winning Tales, a compilation of award-winning Western short stories, is perhaps the best Western anthology yet published. Romances mingle with murders, and desperadoes and lawmen clear leather,

By: Barbra Lee l Book Reviews > Westerns l Feb 06, 2011 lViews: 34 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

We all have our favorite authors in the various genres that we read, so I suppose it goes without saying that I have my own just like you. Now, then, I do not go around recommending books to read

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Westerns l Sep 27, 2008 lViews: 33 lComments: 0
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Lance Winslow

We all have our favorite authors in the various genres that we read, so I suppose it goes without saying that I have my own just like you. Now, then, I do not go around recommending books to read

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Westerns l Sep 27, 2008 lViews: 33 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Would you like to read more Western Books, but are worried that you might pick one up that turns into a boring endeavor, believe me I know how you feel, I've used more than one Western Paperback to

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Westerns l Sep 27, 2008 lViews: 29 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

What was winning the west really like, how have those days gone by shaped our civilization today? You might be quite surprised how although things have changed, such as cars, trucks and planes, the

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Westerns l Apr 14, 2008 lViews: 32 lComments: 0
Ann Edall Robson

An invitation from Ace Reid to come for a visit to find if they were compatible to work together was the start of this book. Author John R. Erickson's the three-day visit to the Draggin' S Ranch

By: Ann Edall Robson l Book Reviews > Westerns l Dec 10, 2011 lViews: 55 lComments: 0
Madan G Singh

  I must confess that two things which I have loved are t western films and books of that turbulent period referred to as the 'wild west' in American history of the 19th century. This was a period

By: Madan G Singh l Book Reviews > Westerns l Nov 03, 2011 lViews: 42 lComments: 0
Steven M King

Movies like "Pirates of the Caribbean," "National Treasure," and the "Indiana Jones" franchise awaken a deep-seated idea: adventure will break the monotony of life and you never know when you might

By: Steven M King l Book Reviews > Westerns l Nov 09, 2011 lViews: 64 lComments: 0
Steph Burkhart

Set in the American West, "A Western Saga Anthology" focuses on the McTavish family as they venture to settle and tame the unknown. A rousing set of character driven short stories promises to have

By: Steph Burkhart l Book Reviews > Westerns l Sep 12, 2011 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
Steph Burkhart

Yeary pens a suspense-filled character driven western romance with "Texas True." True Cameron longs for a loving husband, a big family, and to live on a ranch, but to make these dreams come true, her

By: Steph Burkhart l Book Reviews > Westerns l May 22, 2011 lViews: 42 lComments: 0
Steph Burkhart

Yeary pens an engaging adventure full of suspense and love with "Texas Promise." Josephine (Jo) King think she's a widow, but when her husband, Dalton King, shows up unexpectedly, she realizes that

By: Steph Burkhart l Book Reviews > Westerns l Oct 13, 2010 lViews: 39 lComments: 0
Cheryl A. Chatfield, Ph.D.

I am impressed with Hearne's knowledge of magic. As with the first book in this series, Hounded, this fantasy, is intriguing as the hero, a 2000 year old Druid living in present day Arizona, fights

By: Cheryl A. Chatfield, Ph.D. l Book Reviews > Westerns l Jul 12, 2011 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
Cheryl A. Chatfield, Ph.D.

Nerburn's story is a fictionalized account based on real events that captures the attention of the reader as we learn the plight of Indians today fighting to accept the horrors of their past. An

By: Cheryl A. Chatfield, Ph.D. l Book Reviews > Westerns l Mar 23, 2012 lViews: 59 lComments: 0
Cheryl A. Chatfield, Ph.D.

A Druid lives in Arizona, pretending to be twenty-one years old, while he is actually twenty-one centuries old. He is threatened by witches and assisted by werewolves, all of whom also appear, on the

By: Cheryl A. Chatfield, Ph.D. l Book Reviews > Westerns l Mar 23, 2012 lViews: 88 lComments: 0
Cheryl A. Chatfield, Ph.D.

In this sequel to his novel, The Celestine Prophecy in which he presents 9 insights, Redfield suggests that we need to visualize the future we want; then we can know what to pray for, what to expect.

By: Cheryl A. Chatfield, Ph.D. l Book Reviews > Westerns l Jun 03, 2010 lViews: 39 lComments: 0

O.K. This one follows rayon, Harry, and the girlfriend about one year after Pronto left off. Basic back story is that in Pronto, Raylon took it upon himself to save Harry and girlfriend.

By: Travis Haselton l Book Reviews > Westerns l Apr 27, 2011 lViews: 41 lComments: 0
Bonnie Chambers

I decided to read this book after I watched the Academy Awards a little while ago. John Wayne received an Oscar for Best Actor in a Leading Role in the 1969 version of True Grit, and the version that

By: Bonnie Chambers l Book Reviews > Westerns l Apr 06, 2011 lViews: 43 lComments: 0

The plot of the story is set in the landscape of the mountains and the early days of the fur trade. During those days men left the comforts of their own homes to set out for the West trusting their

By: Bill E Grant l Book Reviews > Westerns l Feb 25, 2011 lViews: 56 lComments: 0

It has been a long time since I have read a book that has been able to chill my veins or make me cry. The Lonesome Dove is exactly what I needed. Although it is a long read, when you start you easily

By: Lucy Greene l Book Reviews > Westerns l Feb 25, 2011 lViews: 36 lComments: 0

When the English came to the shores of America, the power that they received came at the cost of the original inhabitants of the land, the Red Indians. Over the years many books have been compiled

By: Lucy V Greene l Book Reviews > Westerns l Feb 25, 2011 lViews: 37 lComments: 0

Blood Meridian exists on a level all it's own. A western novel at its core, it fulfills, and then some, all the requisites of the genre. There's bloody action, conflict, violence, gunplay, the wide

By: Edgar Clinton l Book Reviews > Westerns l Dec 20, 2010 lViews: 39 lComments: 0

Paula L. Silici's first Western romance, "A Way in the Wilderness," is a fascinating, irresistible read. This saga of an orphan girl and a successful rancher has every possible conflict and character

By: Barbra Lee l Book Reviews > Westerns l Feb 16, 2011 lViews: 33 lComments: 0
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