Johnny D. Boggs’s Hard Winter has all the impact of that deadly winter of 1886-87 with its murderous cold, hellish gales and impassable drifts. But when the Chinook’s benevolent winds finally slay the Slayer, will the decimated ranchers and homesteaders have enough true grit to remain and rebuild?
In This Issue:
Western Books & Movies
- Gunsmoke: The Third Season, Vol. 1
- Sergeant Preston of the Yukon Season One
- Warner Archival DVDs
- Gunsmoke: The Third Season, Volume 2
- Death Mask
- Hard Winter
- Shooting Stars of the Small Screen
- Illustrating Wounded Knee
- Bad News for Outlaws
- A Measure of Mercy
- The Return of Roy Rogers
- Paul Newman Tribute
- Bonanza Classic Revived
More In This Issue
- How did people stay cool in the heat of the Old West?
- Were there Indian cowboys or gunmen in the Southwest?
- How long did it take a letter to be delivered via Pony Express?
- How did Indians and whites treat half-breeds on the frontier?
- What’s the story behind Earp’s Buntline Special?
- Aged Beauties
- Looping Across Kit Carson’s Southwest
- All Roads Lead to Chaco Canyon
- Preservation: Remember the Alamo (Replica)
- Homeplace Ranch
- A Historian’s Dream House
- Caleb Fox
- Bisbee, Arizona
- Christmas on the Frontier
- Defender of the Black Hills
- Indian-Inspired Fashion
- A Hair-Raising Tale
- Naco Debacle
- Trigger Happy
- My Christmas Wish List