Hewey Calloway

Hewey Callahan wants only to be a footloose, horseback cowboy, endlessly wandering the open range. But the open range of his childhood is slowly disappearing: land is being parceled out, and barbed-wire fences are springing up all over West Texas. As if that weren't enough, cars and other machines are taking over and threatening to replace horse travel. Elmer Kelton called The Good Old Boys “probably the closest I have ever come to writing from sheer inspiration.” Its sequel, The Smiling Country, and prequel, Six Bits a Day, winner of a Spur Award, continue the story of one of the best-loved characters in all Western fiction.

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Six Bits a Day
Six Bits a Day

Hewey Calloway

Elmer Kelton

Tor/Forge

Hewey Calloway, one of the best-loved cowboys in all of Western fiction, returns in this novel of his younger years as he and his beloved brother Walter leave the family farm in 1889 to find work...

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The Smiling Country
The Smiling Country

Hewey Calloway

Elmer Kelton

Tor/Forge

“The Smiling Country is about a footloose puncher who finds out the hard way that cowboys don't remain young forever and that the inevitable wear and tear of a rugged life...

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The Good Old Boys
The Good Old Boys

Hewey Calloway

Elmer Kelton

Tor/Forge

Hewey Calloway has a problem. In his West Texas home of 1906, the land of the way of life that he loves are changing too quickly for his taste.Hewey dreams of freedom--he wants only to...

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