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American West in Fiction, Volume 3 Audiobook
American West in Fiction, Volume 3
Written by: 
Mark Twain, Luke Short, Stephen Crane, Frederick Remmington, Elmer Kelton, Will Henry
Narrated by: 
William Windom, K. T. Oslin, William Atherton, David Ackroyd
American West in Fiction, Volume 3 Audiobook

American West in Fiction, Volume 3

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Publisher's Summary

The third in a series of American Western short stories compiled by Jon Tuska, and preformed by celebrity readers.

Mark Twain's "Jack Slade, Desperado" is about a man "...whose heart and soul were steeped in the blood of offenders against his dignity." Elmer Kelton describes soldiers on a desperate journey in "Desert Command." In Will Henry's "Lapwai Winter," an Indian boy observes his tribe as they assimilate with the White Man.

This collection also includes "A Man and Some Others" by Stephen Crane, "Court Day" by Luke Short, and "A Sergeant of the Orphan Troop" by Frederick Remington.

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