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Mojave Crossing

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Copyright © 1964 by Bantam Books, Inc.
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When I saw that black-eyed woman a-looking at me I wished I had a bible.
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But it was kid of dark back of the schoolhouse that night, and I never could tell those Trewlawney girls apart.
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Added: 19-Jun-2022
Last Updated: 22-May-2024


Bantam Books
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Date Issued:
Cir 01-Feb-1981
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Tell Sackett was packing thirty pounds of gold and no worries - until he got to the ferry at the Colorado.  Trouble found him there.  It looked like a black-eyed woman, pretty as a young filly, and a hundred times more set to buck any man.  It looked like a gang of hardcases, with other folks' gold.  And trouble looked like the other side of the rive - the hottest, driest, most brutal desert on the continent.

One of the 16 books in the magnificent Sacket series

Our foremost storyteller of the authentic West, L'Amour has thrilled a nation by bringing to vivid life the brave men and women who settled the American frontier.  There are now over 120 million of his books in print around the world.
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Notes and Comments:
A Bantam Book / January 1964
2nd printing ... August 1968
3rd printing ... August 1968
4th printing ... June 1970
5th printing ... September 1970

New Bantam edition / April 1971
2nd printing ... June 1971
3rd printing ... October 1971
4th printing ... February 1972
5th printing ... July 1972
6th printing ... January 1973
7th printing ... August 1973
8th printing ... July 1974
9th printing ... December 1974
10th printing ... February 1976
11th printing ... February 1977
12th printing ... September 1977
13th printing ... April 1978
14th printing ... December 1978
15th printing ... January 1979
16th printing ... January 1979
17th printing ... May 1979
18th printing ... May 1980
19th printing ... June 1980
20th printing ... February 1981

Copyright page lists LCCN as 64-10937
Twenty-second printing based on the number line.



Louis L'Amour  
Birth: 22 Mar 1908 Jamestown, North Dakota, USA
Death: 10 Jun 1988 Los Angeles, California, USA


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