Arizona Nights


Read by A. E. Maroney

(4.3 stars; 98 reviews)

Arizona Nights is a collection of tales from the American West as told by those who took part in them. (Summary by Adam E. Maroney) (5 hr 39 min)

Chapters

The Ole Virginia 14:46 Read by A. E. Maroney
The Emigrants 22:45 Read by A. E. Maroney
The Remittance Man 27:02 Read by A. E. Maroney
The Cattle Rustlers 22:51 Read by A. E. Maroney
The Drive 18:47 Read by A. E. Maroney
Cutting Out 17:17 Read by A. E. Maroney
A Corner In Horses 18:52 Read by A. E. Maroney
The Corral Branding 11:18 Read by A. E. Maroney
The Old Timer 6:07 Read by A. E. Maroney
The Texas Rangers 4:40 Read by A. E. Maroney
The Sailor with One Hand 11:56 Read by A. E. Maroney
The Murder On the Beach 10:13 Read by A. E. Maroney
Buried Treasure 13:52 Read by A. E. Maroney
The Chewed Sugar Cane 6:15 Read by A. E. Maroney
The Calabash Stew 8:56 Read by A. E. Maroney
The Honk-Honk Breed 18:51 Read by A. E. Maroney
The Cattle Rustlers 7:43 Read by A. E. Maroney
The Man with Nerve 4:47 Read by A. E. Maroney
The Agreement 6:29 Read by A. E. Maroney
The Accomplishment 4:48 Read by A. E. Maroney
The Passing of the Colt's Forty-Five 8:17 Read by A. E. Maroney
The Shapes of Illusion 5:53 Read by A. E. Maroney
The Paper A Year Old 4:05 Read by A. E. Maroney
Dreams 5:18 Read by A. E. Maroney
The Arrival 6:40 Read by A. E. Maroney
The Wagon Tire 6:57 Read by A. E. Maroney
Estrella 9:07 Read by A. E. Maroney
The Round-Up 3:43 Read by A. E. Maroney
The Long Trail 6:11 Read by A. E. Maroney
The Discovery 4:49 Read by A. E. Maroney
The Capture 6:17 Read by A. E. Maroney
In the Arroyo 3:05 Read by A. E. Maroney
The Rawhide 5:20 Read by A. E. Maroney
The Desert 5:52 Read by A. E. Maroney

Reviews

Interesting Story of Awakenings


(4 stars)

I disagree that the last chapter is sad. I don’t see it as an ending of dreams, but as the awakening of a man, to the fact that his are not the only thoughts and dreams, and that other people are not simply material for his own little world. It may be a hard and harsh lesson, but it is nowhere near the end. It is, rather, an opportunity for a new beginning, in which other people matter as much as he does.

great tales


(5 stars)

Well-written and very well read. Loved some of the cowboy “tall tales”. The last story was so sad: the destruction of dreams by reality,

great read and reader!


(5 stars)

I totally enjoyed this book. great stories that seem to meld into each other. great narrator!!!


(5 stars)

Americans who actually have roots in our forming culture will take sober pleasure from these tales.


(5 stars)

great reader and interesting stories! listen for the description of a Kentucky breakfast :-)

Good listen!


(4 stars)

Very interesting story’s of old western times!

ending was heartbreaking. but still a fine book indeed


(5 stars)


(4 stars)

Good reader. Interesting approach to storytelling.