Chick Bowdrie could have been an outlaw, but he rode a different trail. The Texas Rangers recruited him to help pursue the most wanted men in the Southwest. And Bowdrie knew the terrain all too well: the dusty trails, bitter cattle feuds, the desperate killers, and the weather-beaten towns that could explode into chaos at the wrong word. The Rangers were called in to handle the tough cases, and Bowdrie was the toughest and smartest. He had vowed to seek out justice, but there were times when justice required fists and guns.
Round 'em up: listen to more Collected Bowdrie Dramatizations.
"Case Closed: No Prisoners" ©1987 Louis and Katherine L'Amour Trust; (P)1987 Random House, Inc.
"The Killer from the Pecos" ©1988 Louis and Katherine L'Amour Trust; (P)1988 Random House, Inc.
"A Ranger Rides to Town" ©1984 Louis and Katherine L'Amour Trust; (P)1990 Random House, Inc.
"Rain on the Mountain Fork" ©1984 Louis and Katherine L'Amour Trust; (P)2001 Random House, Inc.
"Down Sonora Way" ©1994 Louis and Katherine L'Amour Trust; (P)1994 Random House, Inc.
"Strange Pursuit" ©1986 Louis and Katherine L'Amour Trust; (P)1986 Random House, Inc.
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!
Lamour's tales of the Texas Ranger are excellent western short stories. Narrated and voiced by a great cast. How many times can one guy get shot in the shoulder?.
i like Sci-Fi & Epic Fantasy with a little romance mixed in
The Top 10 for the last 14 years.
there all epic westerns.
all of them.
there all short stories
I love the dramatizations of Louis L’Amour stories. As a fan of L’Amour for nearly two decades, these performances are just one more way that I can enjoy his western themed stories of courage, bravery, loyalty, and justice. For those LL fan of many years – you’ll love them too. For the new listener, give them a try and perhaps you’ll become a fan of not only Louis, but also the art of dramatized audio books as well.
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