Here's another list of books on my shelf, I think the last one, but you never know:
140. The Legend of Colton H. Bryant by Alexandra Fuller. The story of a modern-day oil rig worker in Wyoming and I enjoyed reading it.
141,. The Hours by Michael P. Cunningham. One of my wife's books.
142. Hoyles Rules of Games, Edited by Albert H. Morehead and Geoffrey Mott-Smith. I play a lot of penny-ante poker, that is, I used to. Now, it's more an occasional thing.
143. The Cattlemen by Maria Sandoz
144. The Bathroom Sports Quote Book by Jack Krelsman
145. The Devil in Massachusetts by Marion L. Starkey
146. My Life on the Plains by General George Armstrong Custer
147. Dakota Cowboy, My Life in the Old Days, by Ike Blasingame
148. Entrepreneurs of the Old West by David Dary
149. The All-True Tavels and Adventures of Lidie Newton by Jane Smiley
150. Great Gunfighters of the Kansas Cowtowns, 1867-1886, by Nyle H. Miller and Joseph Snell
151. The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
152. The Old Time Cowhand by Ramon F. Adams
155. In Our Strange Garden by Michael Quint
156. The Cattle Kings by Lewis Atherton
157. The Sea of Grass by Conrad Richter
158. We Pointed Them North, Recollections of a Cowpuncher, by E. C. Abbott ("Teddy Blue") and Helena Huntington Smith
159. Exploration of the Valley of the Great Salt Lake by Howard Stansbury
160. Mormon Country by Wallace Stegner
161. Jeff Foxworthy's Redneck Dictionary
162. The Dalton Brothers and Their Astounding Career of Crime by an Eye-Witness by Laird Lee, A Facisimile Edition, James Horan
163. The Earp Brothers of Tombstone by Frank Waters
164. The Book of Acts by Oscar Case
165. Teacher Man by Frank McCourt
166. The American Cowboy, The Myth and The Reality, by Joe B. Frantz and Julian Ernest Choate, Jr.
167. Old Age is Always 15 Years Older Than I Am by Randy Voorhees
168. The Wild Bunch at Robber's Roost by Pearl Baker
169. Slow Waltz in Cedar Bend by Robert James Waller
170. Memories of the Old Plantation Home and a Creole Family Album by Laurel Locoul Gore, Commentary by Norman and Sand Macmillion
180. Hondo by Louis L'Amour
181. Where the Wagon Led by R. D. Symon. One Man's Memories of the Cowboy Life in the Old West
182. Boss Cowman, Recollections of Ed Lemmon, 1857-1948, Edited by Millie Snyder Yost
183. Jim Beckwourth, Black Mountain Man and War Chief of the Crows, by Elinor Wilson
184. From St. Louis to Sutter's Fort, 1846, Translated by Erwin G. and Elizabeth K. Gudde
These are mostly non-fiction with a couple of humor books and novels thrown in for good measure. I've enjoyed everyone I've read, and that's most of them.