A literary legend of the
Western frontier

A Literary legend
of the Western frontier

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Among the most popular of pulp fiction’s genres, the western offered L. Ron Hubbard a made-to-order literary platform. Few, if any, of his contemporaries could invoke the natural authenticity of L. Ron Hubbard’s westerns because, to him, the western frontier was home.

L. Ron Hubbard loved the West and understood the tradition and spirit of the American frontier that had ever infused the daily life of his Montana childhood. The color, tempo, and abundant textures of the formidable land and its rugged dwellers were part of his upbringing and forever part of his creative life.

Indeed, his Montana was a microcosm of the western frontier, an immense natural expanse that “swallows men up rather easily,” and a place he treasured, in retrospect, for “its do-and-dare attitudes, its wry humor, cowboy pranks, and make-nothing of the worst and most dangerous.”

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Western Collection

The full Western Collection is available in the following formats:

Trade Paperback
Audiobook CD

Stories from the Golden Age Western Book Collection

For genre enthusiasts, get the complete set!

The Western Collection includes all the titles shown below. A total of 15 titles with 34 short stories in all.

Click on any of the covers below to purchase individual titles.

The Baron of Coyote River trade paperback
Branded Outlaw trade paperback
Cattle King for a Day trade paperback
Death Waits at Sundown trade paperback
Devil's Manhunt trade paperback
Gun Boss of Tumbleweed trade paperback
Gunman's Tally trade paperback
King of the Gunmen trade paperback
The Magic Quirt trade paperback
The No-Gun Man trade paperback
Shadows from Boot Hill trade paperback
Six-Gun Caballero trade paperback
Tinhorn's Daughter trade paperback
The Toughest Ranger trade paperback
Under the Diehard Brand trade paperback

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