A. B Guthrie
The Way West, a 1948 winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, continues the epic adventure begun in A.B. Guthrie, Jr.'s The Big Sky. This thrilling sequel reunites us with the wise and paternal mountain man Dick Summers, who agrees to pilot a wagon train full of "greenhorns" on a harrowing journey from Missouri to Oregon. The passengers confront not only the wild grandeur of the untamed west, but also their own reasons for leaving everything behind....
A harsh winter and a heated land dispute make for a deadly combination in this gripping installment of A. B. Guthrie Jr.'s acclaimed mystery series
It's forty degrees below zero in Midbury, Montana, and the cattle are dying. Not from the frigid temperatures, but under bizarre circumstances that stir up rumors of blood cults and UFOs. As if that weren't bad enough, a strip-mining company has moved into town with plans to tear apart
From a Pulitzer Prize–winning novelist of the American West comes the first installment in a mystery series as entertaining as the Montana sky is big
A self-made cattle baron with a bad habit of letting his stock graze on his neighbors' property, Buster Hogue has stepped on plenty of toes in Midbury, Montana. But orneriness is a virtue in this rough and beautiful land, and Buster's disputes have always ended amicably—until
Two murders shock a Rocky Mountain ranch town in this captivating suspense novel from one of Montana's greatest storytellers
In the two years since his last adventure with Sheriff Chick Charleston, Jason Beard has been away at college, preparing to enter the "real world" when he graduates. When he returns to his hometown of Midbury, Montana, for the summer, he expects to see big changes—but finds instead the same old peculiar
In The Big It Guthrie presents thirteen imaginative and at times hilarious short stories about life on the frontier. Resilient and memorable, Guthrie's characters bring to life the pioneer spirit and the untamed west. Perhaps best known for his remarkable and award winning novels, The Way West and The Big Sky, Guthrie is equally adept at the short stories. Dreamscape is happy to present a brand new recording of these unforgettable stories by the...
In These Thousand Hills, the third installment of A. B. Guthrie, Jr.'s Big Sky series, we follow Lat Evans (grandson of Lije Evans from the second book in the series, The Way West) as he negotiates the untamed, raucous world of cattle ranchers in the 1880s. Evans begins as a gentle cowboy, seeking a more prosperous life than his meager upbringing promised. His rise to fortune is a tempestuous one, complete with moral dilemmas and shady characters...