Douglas Clyde Jones - Fiction - 1984 - 323 pages
This fictional masterpiece based on actual events transports readers to the time of Kwahadi, a Comanche chief desperately trying to save his people.
Douglas Clyde Jones - Fiction - 1981 - 345 pages
Duny Gene Pay, son of one of Weedy Rough, Arkansas's leading citizens, is mysteriously involved in a bank robbery which leaves two people dead and ends in a trail of murder
Douglas C. Jones - Fiction - 1997 - 482 pages
In western Arkansas in 1907, seven-year-old Jay Bird Joey Schwartz hides out in the National Cemetery and becomes the only witness to the murder of one of Fort Smith's most ...
Douglas Clyde Jones - Fiction - 1991 - 605 pages
Doubting that her mother's real killers have been brought to justice, Jewel Moon, madam of a brothel at Fort Smith, hires ex-Marshal Oscar Schiller to investigate
Douglas Clyde Jones - Fiction - 1993 - 635 pages
"In 1808 Boone Fawley decided there was more to life than he could find in St. Louis, Missouri. Spurred on by tales of land ownership on a frontier flowing with milk and honey ...
G. Clifton Wisler - Fiction - 1994 - 266 pages
As he grows to manhood, Wolf Running, a young Cheyenne, witnesses the betrayal of his people by the whites and becomes determined to do whatever is necessary to ensure his ...
Harold Keith - Juvenile Fiction - 1965 - 299 pages
A young Spaniard, Pedro, is captured by the Comanches and resists his captors' attempts to make him one of them. But as he learns to hunt, track and shoot he learns to love ...