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Series: Texas Tradition Series

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The Good Old Boys by Elmer Kelton1
Limo by Dan Jenkins
Lone Star Preacher (Texas Tradition) by John W. Thomason
Walls Rise Up by George Sessions Perry
Time and Place by Woolley2
The Trail to Ogallala by Benjamin Capps3
North to Yesterday by Robert Flynn4
The Wolf and the Buffalo by Elmer Kelton5
Soledad or Solitudes (Contemporary American fiction) by R. G. Vliet6
The Day the Cowboys Quit by Elmer Kelton7
Look to the river by William A. Owens8
Walking on Borrowed Land (Texas Tradition, No 9) by William A. Owens9
Another Part of the House by Winston M. Estes10
The Edge of Time by Loula Grace Erdman11
The Sounds of Rescue, the Signs of Hope (Texas Tradition Series) by Robert Flynn12
Stand Proud by Elmer Kelton13
The Man Who Rode Midnight by Elmer Kelton14
Thin Men of Haddam (Texas Tradition Series) by C. W. Smith15
In the house of the Lord by Robert Flynn16
Against the Moon by Jane Gilmore Rushing17
A prince of a fellow by Shelby Hearon18
The Golden Shadows Old West Museum (Texas Tradition Series) by Larry King20
Manhunters by Elmer Kelton22
Wagon Tongue by Elmer Kelton23
High John the Conqueror (Texas Tradition Series) by John W. Wilson25
A Woman of the People by Benjamin Capps26
Dark Thicket by Elmer Kelton27
Under the Man-fig by Mollie Evelyn Moore Davis28
But Not for Love (Texas Tradition Series) by Edwin Shrake29
Fast Copy: A Novel by Dan Jenkins30
The One-Eyed Man by Larry L. King31
Honor at Daybreak by Elmer Kelton32
The Wonderful Country by Tom Lea33
The Second Dune by Shelby Hearon34
The Perfect Sonya by Beverly Lowry35
Sam Bass by Bryan Woolley36
Fort Worth by Leonard Sanders37
The Smiling Country by Elmer Kelton38
Hug Dancing by Shelby Hearon39
Baja Oklahoma by Dan Jenkins40
Slaughter by Elmer Kelton40
The Far Canyon by Elmer Kelton41

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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