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Cattlemen ride alone across the open range under the deadly aim of roving desperadoes; gamblers stake their fortunes and their lives on a deck of cards; strong-willed senoritas seek independence through an enticing combination of beauty, audacity, and spirit. Lawmen and outlaws walk the same dusty streets and speak a common language: Colt, Winchester, Smith & Wesson.

Gritty, tough, and unflinchingly authentic, here is the West as it really was: a land where for every friend there is an enemy, for every handshake a fist, for every dispute a resolution - usually in an explosive showdown of blood and bullets.

In these remarkable tales, Louis L'Amour, like the very heroes he depicts, blazes a trail across the American frontier and takes us on an unforgiving journey into the heart of our Western heritage.

©1996 Bantam (P)2009 Random House Audio

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Classic Louis

His stories are still the BEST. You just can't beat his knowledge of history and if the area where the story takes place.

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  • Jim
  • WARMINSTER, PA, United States
  • 12-07-11

Pretty good dramatization

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Not really very exciting..the dramatization was OK but don't think I would go for another book of this type..I think I would rather ..just read it..L'Amour is much better in that department

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