Chick Bowdrie could have ridden the outlaw trail, but the Texas Rangers recruited him, because they didn't want to have to fight against him. Pursuing the most wanted men in the Southwest, he knew all too well the dusty trails, the bitter cattle feuds, the desperate killers, and the quiet, weather-beaten, wind-blasted towns that could explode into action with the wrong word. He had sworn to carry out the law, but there were times when he had to apply justice with his fists and his guns. They called in the Rangers to handle the tough ones, and there was never a Ranger tougher or smarter than Bowdrie.
Follow Bowdrie's adventures in these six classic westerns by America's favorite storyteller, Louis L'Amour:
Round 'em up: listen to more Collected Bowdrie Dramatizations.
"More Brains than Bullets"
©1983 Louis L'Amour Enterprises, Inc;(P)1996 Random House, Inc
"The Road to Casa Piedras"
©1984 Louis L'Amour Enterprises, Inc;(P)1990 Random House, Inc
"Bowdrie Passes Through"
©1988 Louis L'Amour Enterprises, Inc;(P)1988 Random House, Inc
"Where Buzzards Fly"
©1984 Louis L'Amour Enterprises, Inc;(P)1986 Random House, Inc
"South of Deadwood"
© and (P)1986 Random House, Inc
"Too Tough to Brand"© Louis L'Amour;(P)1989 Random House, Inc. All rights reserved. Random House Audio, a division of Random House, Inc.
"L'Amour is a master storyteller, who speaks personally to listeners about his life and stories in this collection of Texas Ranger Chick Bowdrie tales. As we join Chick in his adventures all over the Southwest, a full cast enhances the characterizations, and realistic sound effects and music dramatize the gunfights, saloon brawls, and cattle roundups." (AudioFile)
The Chic Bowdrie Series have always been one of my favorite Louis L'Amour series. Great story lines. fun listening. I would recommend any of the Chic Bowdrie stories to anyone who enjoys a great western book.
I am a proud Mexican woman that loves words and reading/listening to books. I also believe that only through knowledge can we achieve progress.
Bowdrie and Louis L'Amour are classics from an era long gone. I LOVE listening to the stories and going back in time to when men were cowboys and gentlemen. LOTS of fun!
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