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Person: Louis L'Amour (22 Mar 1908 - 10 Jun 1988)
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   by  Louis L'Amour
A SWEEPING HISTORICALADVENTURE BY THE WORLD'S BESTSELLINGFRONTIER STORYTELLER.They came West inspired by the boldest American dream.  Pioneers whose hands and hearts shaped the proud destiny
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Talon and Chantry #6
   by  Louis L'Amour
LAWMANThe marshal's name was Borden Chantry.  Young, lean, rugged, he'd buried a few men in this two-bit cowtown - every single one killed in a fair fight.  Then, one dark, grim day
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THE BROKEN GUNBegin with the massacre of 27 innocent men.  Follow it with two brutal murders almost 90 years later.  Add two curious, hard-bitten verterans of guerrilla fighting, and a beaut
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GOLD FEVERCatlow heard the legend of the Mexican gold.  Catlow hijacked the mule train carrying it.  Catlow knew the U.S. law and the entire Mexican Army was at his backside.  Catlow di
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Savage ParlayWhen Otis Chancy started out he had nothing.  Then fate dealt him four of a kind - all bullets.  The young drifter played his hand for keeps, taking his chances against crooked
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IT WAS NO WORK FOR A WOMAN.That's what they told Mary Breydon when she came to manage a rundown stagecoach station on the Cherokee Trail.  But Mary had no choice.  Her fine Virginia home
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THEY CAME TO THE COMSTOCK... It was just a godforsaken mountainside but no place on earth was richer in silver. For a bustling, enterprising America, this was the great bonanza. The dreamers, the rest
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CROSSFIRE TRAILRafe Caradec was a man who always rode at the ready, hardened by a life spent among ruthless men who played for the highest stakes.  The only thing Rafe held sacred was his word -
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LIGHTNINGWITH A GUNGaylord Riley set up a cattle range bordering Dark Canyon... a tough stretch of country.  Rustlers used it to drive stolen cattle across the mountains, north to south.  De
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The Sacketts #1
   by  Louis L'Amour
I'M TYREL SACKETT AND I WAS BORN TO TROUBLE...I killed a man in Tennessee, fair and square, but me and my brother Orrin hit the trail west.  Those were the years when decent men and women wen
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LOUIS L'AMOURAMERICA'S STORYTELLERDear Reader,I've derived a lot of pleasure in the past decade in personally preparing collections of my short stories for my publisher, Bantam Books, to i
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"IF HE MOVES, SHOOT HIM."Matt Coburn had cleaned up tough towns before.  He knew what to do and how to do it.  Above all, he knew who to kill and when.  But this time the odds were stac
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The Sacketts #19
   by  Louis L'Amour
BEST OF THE WESTA veteran trail driver, who has survived thundering stampedes and Comanche raids, discovers there's nothing so dangerous as courting a beautiful woman....  A brutally beaten h
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Talon and Chantry #7
   by  Louis L'Amour
LIVE BY THE  SWORD, DIE BY THE SWORDThe British killed his father and destroyed his home.  Ever since, Irish-born Tatton Chantry has been driven by one goal: to reclaim what is rightfully hi
15) Fallon (1963)
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   by  Louis L'Amour
Fallonwould bet onanything!He lived footloose and fancy-free.  He could work the saloons and dance halls all the way from Texas to the last frontier - and he did.When he met the girl, he started
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Talon and Chantry #2
   by  Louis L'Amour
THE FERGUSON RIFLERonan Chantry took his prized Ferguson rifle and went west to die.  He found himself a civilized man in the rugged wilderness.  He joined up with some rough trappers and tr
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HERE LIES SAM BARLOWCOWARD-THIEF-MURDERERKILLED BY CULLEN BAKERI burned those words on a rough board, dug the grave deep and left them for Barlow to see.  Then I started practicing with my Colt t
18) Flint (1960)
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   by  Louis L'Amour
FLINTHe came out of the Malpais, the terrible volcanic badlands where nothing can live, riding a giant red stallion no other man could put a hand to.  His boots were polished, his speech was gent
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The Sacketts #9
   by  Louis L'Amour
"SASKETTS DON'T DIE EASY."Galloway was thinking of Flagan.  Somewhere in those mountains, without weapons, in a rugged country where the only humans he found were apt to be enemies, he would
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TWO RAW GIANTSClay Bell had out-fought renegades, rustlers and wild animals to build his own spread out of an untamed wilderness.  Jud Devitt was rich, powerful, ruthless.  He recognized onl
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RAFTER CROSSINGwas a town building for an explosion when Mike Shevlin rode in.The cattlemen swore they'd close down the mines because they were poisoning the range water.  The miners were ste
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   by  Louis L'Amour
HIGH LONESOMEConsidine finally made his big strike, hit the Obaro bank with his outlaws and had a clear run to the border.  Then they cut the trail of a beautiful girl, a girl with Apaches closin
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   by  Louis L'Amour
STREET FIGHTERIN KANSASYoung Tom Shanaghy was hardheaded and hard-muscled.  Back in New York he could handle anything from a blacksmith's anvil to knuckle-and-skull street brawling.  Now
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The Sacketts #18
   by  Louis L'Amour
JUBAL SACKETTWilderness explorer Jubal Sackett was the son of Barnabas Sackett, the first of that name to come to the New World.  Jubal feared no man, nor backed away from any challenge.  Hi
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THE KEY-LOCK MANThe posse was aiming to string Matt Keelock up from the highest tree.  But Keelock was smarter and faster than a coyote.  He should have been running scared, but he was playi
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Harbin was the gunslinger.  All he wanted was the gold.  Badger was just a little weasel, waiting to see where the chips fell before he made his move.  Nora was an orphan, searching for
27) Killoe (1962)
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   by  Louis L'Amour
Dan Killoe - over six feet of tough, raw, lightning-fast man.  He had a trail herd and a mess of settlers to get across unknown territory to a new land.  Then he gave shelter to a stranger b
28) Lando (1962)
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The Sacketts #3
   by  Louis L'Amour
Lando Sackett got to Texas with a well-oiled hogleg, a racing mule that didn't look worth its salt and a damn good idea of the whereabouts of buried gold across the border in Mexico.In Mexico he h
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   by  Louis L'Amour
"FOR SHEER ADVENTUREL'AMOUR IS IN TOP FORM."- KIRKUS REVIEWSLAST OFTHE BREED Here is the kind of authentically detailed epic novel that has become Louis L'Amour's hallmark.  It is the
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LAST STANDAT PAPAGO WELLS Logan Cates knew the many ways the Arizona desert could kill a man.  He had ridden the sunblasted dunes, tracked the Apache over barren lava beds, sheltered in the dry w
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The Sacketts #8
   by  Louis L'Amour
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-bree
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The Sacketts #15
   by  Louis L'Amour
LONELY ON THE MOUNTAINThe Sackett brothers didn't know what brand of trouble Cousin Logan was in, but he needed beef cattle badly.  So with Tell Sackett ramrodding, Tyrel, Orrin, and Cap Roun
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   by  Louis L'Amour
LONG RIDE HOMENo one brings to life the Old West like Louis L'Amour.  Collected here for the first time, these vintage frontier stories introduce you to lawmen and loners, ranchers and renega
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THE LEGEND OF LONIGANIn his newest collection of frontier short fiction, Louis L'Amour celebrates the tough breed of men who work the cattle drives.  Men like Lonigan, whose quick draw and ha
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BLOOD FEUDDuvarney had been riding the trouble trail all his life and Texas was his last chance.  He'd come to Matagorda looking for a herd to drive to Kansas.  Instead he found a town t
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The Sacketts #4
   by  Louis L'Amour
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 fil
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Kilkenny #2
   by  Louis L'Amour
CUT 'N' SHOOTHoled up in a cabin in the Idaho hills, the mysterious man who called himself Trent wasn't looking: for trouble.  It came looking for him.  A trigger-happy kid named
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The Sacketts #6
   by  Louis L'Amour
IT WAS ALMOSTTOO MUCH FOR EVEN ASACKETT TO HANDLE!He could outride and outshoot any five men, but he was a fool for a lady in distress.  The posse was hot on his trail for murder when he took tim
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LOUIS L'AMOUR'SFIGHTERS IN THE SKYThey're freelance pilots and full-time troubleshooters for democracy. They're men like Steven Cowan, Mike Thorne, and Turk Madden who face danger ever
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Talon and Chantry #1
   by  Louis L'Amour
THE DUDEHe came from the East to buy cattle, to the untamed land where there was no law but a man's courage.  He came to get his steers to the railroad, not to kill.  He was a peaceable
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Talon and Chantry #3
   by  Louis L'Amour
A BROTHER'S VENGEANCEWhen Owen Chantry returned to his brother's ranch for a visit, he found his brother had been savagely murdered and two dirt farmers - Ether and son - were now building a l
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PICK UP A GUN, AND STAY"I'm just passin' through," the rider said when they asked him his name.  And from then on, in the high country around Parrott City, he was called just that: Mr. Pa
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ROUGHROAD TO MANHOODYoung Kearney McRaven had already traveled some rough trails, but tracking his father's killer was a man-size task.  Especially since he himself was being hunted by myster
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Con Vallian knew the best way to stay out of trouble was to mind his own business.  Then he stopped for a cup of coffee at a stranger's campfire and found himself guiding a family of greenhor
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ONE MAN STANDHe was educated by life and bound to the land he loved.  Then beautiful Angelina Foley came up from Texas with three thousand head of cattle, an outfit of hardcase gunfighters, and a
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The Sacketts #10
   by  Louis L'Amour
RIDE THEDARK TRAILLogan Sackett had run the wild trails since near to when he was born... picked up a few horses here and yon and some cattle too... rode the back trails with the bunch... he'd bee
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The Sacketts #16
   by  Louis L'Amour
RIDE THE RIVERNo matter that Echo Sackett was young, and a woman, and had never been far from the valley.  She was still a Sackett - sharp and smart and a better hunter than most of the men she k
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A WORD FROMLOUIS L'AMOUR"Almost four decades ago, when my fiction was being published exclusively in 'pulp' western magazines, I wrote a number of novel-length stories, known back then as






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