In his extraordinary career Louis L'Amour captured the spirit of America as few writers ever have. A storyteller whose universal themes of bravery, pride, adventure, and self-reliance have echoed across generations, L'Amour set a standard that has yet to be matched.
In the title story, "May There Be a Road", L'Amour weaves a powerful tale of a young Tibetan khan who leads a small band of horsemen on a daring escape with his betrothed across a treacherous mountain landscape of granite and ice. On their trail is a ruthless Chinese colonel and the might of the Red Army. At stake is the survival of a people and an ancient way of life.
A welcome addition to the libraries of his many avid fans or a spectacular introduction to the work of America's greatest storyteller, Selected Stories from May There Be a Road exhibits the unbridled passion, the unsurpassed range, and the sheer genius of a true master working at the peak of his creative power.
©2001 Louis and Katherine L'Amour Trust (P)2001 Random House Inc
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