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|A Life to be Proud of (by Harper)
Summary: After an accident, Adam helps Joe cope with the loss of a friend.
|A Thousand Little Things (by Harper)
Summary: Joe and an injured Adam struggle to return a murderer to justice, but someone will do anything to get revenge. A WHN for “The Hanging Posse.”
|Bogged Down (by Harper)
Summary: Even when you are on your own, brothers can be a source of help.
|Easterner, Tenderfoot, Westerner #1 – The Easterner (by Harper)
Summary: A summer visitor brings nothing but trouble for Joe.
|Easterner, Tenderfoot, Westerner #2 -The Tenderfoot (by Harper)
Summary: Sequel to The Easterner. Joe tries to teach Martin ranchwork, and little about family and having fun, too.
|Easterner, Tenderfoot, Westerner #3 – The Westerner (by Harper)
Summary: To gain some peace and quiet, Ben sends his sons and summer guest Martin Lindsay on a hunting trip. But when Hoss is injured, Joe and Martin risk their lives in a desperate race for help. Third story in series begun with “The Easterner” and “The Tenderfoot,” but it is not necessary to read those stories first.
|Enter Sam Clemens (by Harper)
Summary: “The secret of humor is not joy, but sorrow.” A Find-The-Quote challenge and WHI for “Enter Mark Twain.”
|Holdin’ the Cut (by Harper)
Summary: Adam returns from college and struggles to renew his relationship with Joe.
|Loading the Wagon (by Harper)
Summary: Joe has plans to go to the Spring Dance instead of the cattle drive–until Adam goes to town for supplies.
|Not Really (by Harper)
Summary: “…Joseph, if you don’t have the dad-blamedest luck of anyone I ever saw—”.
|One Word at a Time (by Harper)
Summary: Adam hasn’t been home from college long before he clashes with the hands—but maybe that’s what he wanted….
|Rider Coming! (by Harper)
Summary: Joe can’t help showing off, carrying the mail for the pony Express. But he’d never do it if Pa were watching….A missing scene for “Ride the Wind.”
|The Christmas Tableaux (by Harper)
Summary: Joe proves what Ben has always known, the Cartwrights have never had good luck in pageantry.
|The Founder’s Day Race (by Harper)
Summary: Adam makes a rash bet on the outcome of a race, but when he is unable to ride, Joe and Hoss aren’t about to stand by and let their brother’s rival win. However, their solution is not quite what anyone expected….
|The Gallant Cowboy (by Harper)
Summary: The author of a dreadful dime novel visits Virginia City in pursuit of the book’s harshest critic–Adam Cartwright.
|Welcome Home Pa (by Harper)
Summary: “…it ain’t your usual situation, and I ain’t sure how to explain—”.