Sundown Trail - 8 Western Shorts Vol 2 [NOOK Book]

Sundown Trail - 8 Western Shorts Vol 2

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Overview

PERIL PRESS presents:

Collier's, March 20 1937
GHOST AT HIS SHOULDER
by Alan Lemay
Illustrated By Irving Nurick
A Short Short Story Complete On This Page
He was knowing himself for the coward that he was
1300 Words

Collier’s, June 26 1937
REVOLT OF A COWGIRL
by Alan LeMay
Illustrated by Ronald McLeod
A Short Short Story Complete On This Page
“I was born and raised in a cattle family,” Colette said. “And cattle talk is all I’ve heard all my life”
1000 Words

Collier's, July 3 1937
MAN WITH A FUTURE
by Alan LeMay
Illustrated By George Howe
Short Short Story Complete On This Page
The man was standing on the dynamite itself, sprinkling about him with a slender line of hose
1200 Words

Collier’s, August 7 1937
NIGHT BY A WAGON TRAIL
by Alan LeMay
Illustrated by Harry Morse Meyers
A SHORT SHORT STORY COMPLETE ON THIS PAGE
Sometimes he waited on her during that long night, but she stayed with Ernie Ewell now and they did not talk again
1300 Words

Collier's, February 26 1938
PINTO YORK
by Alan LeMay
Illustrated By Frank Street
A SHORT SHORT STORY COMPLETE ON THIS PAGE
“Why, that's old man Clipp,” Henry says, speaking kind of pale
1300 Words

Collier's, July 16 1938
SUNDOWN CORRAL
by Alan LeMay
Illustrated By George Howe
A Short Short Story Complete On This Page
1300 Words

Collier’s, August 20 1938
IMPERSONATION
by Alan LeMay
Illustrated By Donald Teague
A Short Short Story Complete On This Page
The three drew up to face the two. Abe Conn said mildly, “Looking for someone, Bud?”
950 Words

Collier’s, September 2 1939
ACES IN HIS HAIR
by Alan LeMay
Illustrated By Harry Morse Meyers
Short Short Story Complete On This Page
“I don’t know why I go on trying,” the deputy brooded. “Last year I couldn’t do anything wrong. This year I can’t do anything right.”
1000 Words

This edition includes the illustrations to all 8 stories as well as a gallery of 40+ Cartoons from the issues of Colliers that first published these stories.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148605126
  • Publisher: Peril Press
  • Publication date: 10/29/2013
  • Series: Collier's The Short Short Story , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 15 MB
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Meet the Author

Alan Brown Le May (June 3, 1899 — April 27, 1964) was an American novelist and screenplay writer.
He is most remembered for two classic Western novels, The Searchers (1954) and The Unforgiven (1957).[1] They were adapted into the motion pictures The Searchers (1956; with John Wayne and directed by John Ford) and The Unforgiven (1960; with Burt Lancaster and Audrey Hepburn).
He also wrote or co-wrote the screenplays for Reap the Wild Wind (1942; with John Wayne and Paulette Goddard) and Blackbeard the Pirate (1952; with Robert Newton), North West Mounted Police (1940; for Cecil B. DeMille), and the novel for Along Came Jones (1945; with Gary Cooper), as well as a score of other screenplays and an assortment of novels and short stories. Le May also wrote and directed High Lonesome (1950).
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