Hey, Cowgirl, Need a Ride?

Hey, Cowgirl, Need a Ride?

Baxter Black

Baxter Black

Two years after he won the average at the Las Vegas National Rodeo Finals by riding Kamikaze, the world's most unridable bull, Lick is down on his luck, working on a ranch in the remote Nevada desert with Al Bean, an ornery old cowboy. Then into their lives crashes Teddie Arizona–aka T.A.–a woman of mystery who crawls out of the wreckage of her plane with a $500,000 secret.When T.A.'s "husband," F. Rank Pantaker, dispatches his henchmen to retrieve the money–and the girl–Lick and Al find themselves trying to outrun the bad guys and protect a damsel in distress. Is T.A. out to cheat her cheatin' husband, or is she really just trying to stop an illegal scheme cooked up by F. Rank and the infamous Ponce de Crayon, Vegas's most glamorous tiger tamer? Is she playing Lick–or is it love? Will Al Bean's cockeyed schemes, an able assist from Cody, Lick's cowboy sidekick, a brigade of old-time rodeo reunioneers, and a few miles of duct tape be enough to...
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Ride, Cowboy, Ride!

Ride, Cowboy, Ride!

Baxter Black

Baxter Black

This hilarious new novel by America's best-selling cowboy poet, Baxter Black, offers a funny, fast-paced inside look at the lives of rodeo cowboys and the women they love—or that they want to love. Cooney Bedlam is a saddle bronc rider and bull rider who has just fallen in love with the indefatigable Pica DeTroiT, but every time he tries to win her affections, he makes a fool of himself. When she's accused of illegal trafficking in endangered species, after being set up by the diabolical Oui Oui Reese, Cooney and his traveling partner, Straight Line, pull out all the stops to try to prove her innocence and to compete at the National Finals Rodeo.
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Horseshoes, Cowsocks & Duckfeet

Horseshoes, Cowsocks & Duckfeet

Baxter Black

Baxter Black

Baxter Black is "good, but indescribably weird," observes the Dallas Morning News. "The dean of cowboy bards, and the Art Buchwald of the Stetson-and-Levi's crowd," raves the Christian Science Monitor. "Mark Twain served up with a little Groucho Marx," proclaims the Weekly Standard. But the author's mother has the last word: "Baxter's stories are just the right length."The world's bestselling cowboy poet, author of Cactus Tracks & Cowboy Philosophy, and public radio's favorite former large animal veterinarian, Baxter Black is back in the saddle with a hilarious new roundup of essays, commentaries, and campfire verse that speaks to the cowboy soul in us all.Drawn in part from Baxter's wildly popular NPR commentaries and syndicated columns, Horseshoes, Cowsocks & Duckfeet offers a generous helping of his tender yet irreverent, sage-as-sagebrush takes on everything from ranching, roping, Wrangler jeans, and rodeos to weddings and...
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