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The Lonely Men

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1969
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19 chapters
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Copyright © 1969 by Bantam Books, Inc.
To the people of Schimmert,
in the province of Limburg,
The Netherlands,
who took into their homes
a company of American soldiers,
February, 1945.
It was hot.
May contain spoilers
It came on me to sing, but my horse was carrying me along nicely, and I was not wishful for trouble.
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Added: 19-Jun-2022
Last Updated: 22-May-2024

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 01-Apr-1980
Bantam Books
Mass Market Paperback
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Date Issued:
Cir 01-Apr-1980
Format:
Mass Market Paperback
Cover Price:
$1.95
Pages*:
171
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Internal ID:
12821
Publisher:
ISBN:
0-553-14164-3
ISBN-13:
978-0-553-14164-1
Printing:
19
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Tell Sackett had been lured into the Apache's mountain stronghold by the icy beauty of his brother's wife.  He didn't go alone.  John J. Battles, Spanish Murphy and the half-breed Tampico rode beside him.  Each was driven by his past to test his speed and cunning against an enemy who could smell a white man a mile away - and then shoot his eyes out at a dead gallop.  It was a contest few men would enter - and fewer still could hope to win.

THE LONELY MEN


LOUIS L'AMOUR

Now, with nearly 95 million copies of his books in print worldwide, he is the "bestselling and most highly rated Western writer in the country today."
- The New York Times
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Notes and Comments:
A Bantam Book May 1969
2nd printing ... May 1969
3rd printing ... October 1969
4th printing ... March 1970

New Bantam edition / April 1971
2nd printing ... August 1971
3rd printing ... October 1971
4th printing ... April 1972
5th printing ... October 1972
6th printing ... August 1973
7th printing ... August 1974
8th printing ... October 1974
9th printing ... December 1975
10th printing ... May 1976
11th printing ... September 1976
12th printing ... April 1977
13th printing ... September 1977
14th printing ... June 1978
15th printing ... January 1979
16th printing ... April 1980

Nineteenth printing based on the number line

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Author(s)

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

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