1 edition of Hell-for-leather rider found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||CPB Box no. 751 vol. 19|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||255|
|LC Control Number||97819404|
From the back of the box: "Hell for Leather is a fast, freaky race around the world famous Isle of Man T.T. course, featuring a host of the best loved characters from Paul Sample's cult comic strip Ogri, which has appeared in Bike Magazine since A game for players, Hell for Leather is all about high speeds, hard cash, 'Derring Do /10(2). ThriftBooks sells millions of used books at the lowest everyday prices. We personally assess every book's quality and offer rare, out-of-print treasures. We deliver the joy of reading in % recycled packaging with free standard shipping on U.S. orders over $
Hell 4 Leather features a liberating style of scene-based free-style role-playing brought to a focus with decisive card mechanics. Tarot Cards are used by The Fool to kill off the rest of the Devil's Dozen before the rooster crows/5(3). “Hell for leather,” on the other hand, means specifically “riding (a horse) very fast and recklessly,” and is rarely heard today. The first recorded use of “hell for leather,” by the way, was in a story written in by Rudyard Kipling, who probably either invented the phrase or picked it up from British Army troops in India.
HELL-FOR-LEATHER RIDER, Zebra Books, ; The Book Place (e-book), , as THE MAN FROM NIGHTSHADE VALLEY, by Ed Gorman and James Reasoner. RAMROD REVENGE, Zebra Books, ; The Book Place (e-book), , as THE PRODIGAL GUN, by Ed Gorman and James Reasoner. Bantam Books As Hank Mitchum. STAGECOACH STATION # . hell for leather definition: 1. If you go, run, ride, etc. hell for leather, you go as fast as you can. 2. If you go, run, ride. Learn more.
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Hell for Leather is Book 6 in Julie Ann Walker's the Black Knight Series. It could be read as a stand alone but would be a lot more enjoyable if you at least read Book #5 in the series since a few key interactions between the two main characters in this book happen in the previous by: 1.
Hell for Leather is Book 6 in Julie Ann Walker's the Black Knight Series. It could be read as a stand alone but would be a lot more enjoyable if you at least read Book #5 in the series since a few key interactions between the two main characters in this book happen in the previous book/5.
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Definition of hell for leather in the Idioms Dictionary. hell for leather phrase. What does hell for leather expression mean. Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
This is from horse riding. A rider can hit a horse with a strip of leather to make it run faster. See also: hell, leather. Although relying a bit too much on coincidence, Hell-for-Leather Rider is a good read that provides strong character development, fast-paced action, and a possibly supernatural tone.
Paperback copies may be difficult to find but luckily the novel has been released as an e-Book under the title The Man from Nightshade Valley and under the authors Author: Jerry House.
Hell-for-leather definition is - in a hell-for-leather manner: at full speed. How to use hell-for-leather in a sentence. Our new desktop experience was built to be your music destination.
Listen to official albums & more. Definition of hell-bent for leather in the Idioms Dictionary. hell-bent for leather phrase. What does hell-bent for leather expression mean. Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary. this colloquial expression may be an American version of the earlier British army jargon hell for leather, first recorded in See also: leather.
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Use up arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+up arrow) and down arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+down Author: Jake Foster. A reader has asked about the expression hell-bent for leather.
The expression fuses “hell-bent” with another expression, “hell-for-leather.” The bent in hell-bent is the past participle of the verb to bend, a word with at least 23 definitions in the OED.
To be “bent on something” is to be determined to do a specific thing. Hell for leather, in American vernacular, refers to an arduous walk that may have been strewn with difficulties and was a strain on footwear.
A long and difficult walk, such as over rough terrain, might be referred to as hell for leather because of the abuse the leather footwear sustained during the walk.
"Hell bent for leather" has many uses. Hell-For-Leather Rider was written with Ed Gorman as Jake Foster and later re-titled The Man From Nightshade Valley, using the authors’ real names. Ramrod Revenge was written with Ed Gorman as Jake Foster and later re-published in eBook format as The Prodigal Gun, using the authors’ real names.
Hell for leather definition: If you say that someone is going hell for leather, you are emphasizing that they are | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
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Black Knights Inc. Boxed Set: Volumes Hell on Wheels, In Rides Trouble, Rev It Up by Julie Ann Walker Ratings 13 Reviews published 6 editionsAuthor: Julie Ann Walker. Gunslinger Kincaid sheds his black clothes and pistols for a homespun shirt and trousers to becomes Cade Brody, a man with dark hair, dark eyes and an even darker past.
He doesnt want to be involved with anyone, especially the woman who runs the general store in the tiny town near his Author: Beth Williamson. Hell-for-leather definition, characterized by reckless determination or breakneck speed: The sheriff led the posse in a hell-for-leather chase.
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adv. & adj. Informal At breakneck speed: "The journey back he made along the coast road, traveling hell-for-leather". Informal. adj. characterized by. Also hell-for-leather. To ride or race at a breakneck speed. To ride recklessly or with abandon.
It’s believed to be a mash-up of two popular 19th-century terms: “Hell bent,” which indicated fierce determination for some reckless cause, and “Hell for leather,” which refers to riding horseback at breakneck speed.
As fast as possible; recklessly fast. He rode hell-for-leather to catch up with the stagecoach.