The Long Shadow

B. M. BOWER (1871 - 1940)

Billy Boyle, tough, honest, plain dealing, is at home on the range. He knows cattle and horses better than most. Alexander P. Dill, the merchant from Michigan, knows little of livestock and needs Billy’s help to make it in the business. Billy is eager to oblige, but can he beat the weather, the barbed wire, and the mysterious maneuvers of old man Brown? And what is the Pilgrim up to? Surely no good when it comes to Flora Bridger, who Billy wants to make his own. - Summary by Tom Penn

Genre(s): Westerns

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Ch 1 Charming Billy Has A Visitor Tom Penn
00:17:48
Play 02 Ch 2 Prune Pie and Coon-can Tom Penn
00:12:38
Play 03 Ch 3 Charming Billy Has a Fight Tom Penn
00:11:24
Play 04 Ch 4 Canned Tom Penn
00:08:42
Play 05 Ch 5 The Man From Michigan Tom Penn
00:16:13
Play 06 Ch 6 ''That's My Dill Pickle!'' Tom Penn
00:12:50
Play 07 Ch 7 ''Till Hell's a Skating-rink'' Tom Penn
00:10:22
Play 08 Ch 8 Just a Day-dream Tom Penn
00:08:53
Play 09 Ch 9 The ''Double-Crank'' Tom Penn
00:14:13
Play 10 Ch 10 The Day We Celebrate Tom Penn
00:19:13
Play 11 Ch 11 ''When I Lift My Eyebrows This Way'' Tom Penn
00:10:15
Play 12 Ch 12 Dilly Hires a Cook Tom Penn
00:11:56
Play 13 Ch 13 Billy Meets the Pilgrim Tom Penn
00:08:45
Play 14 Ch 14 A Winter at the Double-Crank Tom Penn
00:18:26
Play 15 Ch 15 The Shadow Falls Lightly Tom Penn
00:18:24
Play 16 Ch 16 Self-defense Tom Penn
00:12:46
Play 17 Ch 17 The Shadow Darkens Tom Penn
00:24:44
Play 18 Ch 18 When the North Wind Blows Tom Penn
00:14:28
Play 19 Ch 19 ''I'm Not Your Wife Yet!'' Tom Penn
00:13:42
Play 20 Ch 20 The Shadow Lies Long Tom Penn
00:15:39
Play 21 Ch 21 The End of the Double-Crank Tom Penn
00:15:36
Play 22 Ch 22 Settled In Full Tom Penn
00:15:58
Play 23 Ch 23 Oh, Where Have You Been, Charming Billy? Tom Penn
00:16:13