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Buckskin Runby Louis Lamour
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Land of the free...
In this unique collection of tales, Louis L'Amour captures the frontier experience as it lives forever in the American imagination.
A young woman heads west to marry, only to find her intended fiancé the subject of dark rumors....
Vowing to stay out of trouble, a young cowhand rides to get some calico for his girlfriend's new dress. But trouble finds him when he runs afoul of two men, one of whom is a vicious murderer....
A wily old sheriff comes to arrest the last surviving member of an infamous clan. Caught in a sudden and treacherous blizzard, they make the unlikeliest of partners in a desperate struggle for survival that teaches them the true meaning of courage, honor, friendship--and justice.
These are just some of the unforgettable characters whose adventures are collected in this magnificent volume.
For the westerner trouble came with the territory. Long grass valleys, merciless deserts, sheer rock cliffs, icy streams, hidden trails, dusty towns. These were the proving grounds of daily life. At any time violence could explode and on the frontier there was no avoiding its sudden terrible impact. In this collection of his stories Louis L’Amour guides us to some of these untamed places where men and women faced the challenge of survival. And for the first time, L’Amour also presents a selection of riveting scenes from western history that are every bit as exciting as his stories.
L'Amour guides readers to some of the untamed places where western men and women faced the challenge of survival. There are more than 230 million copies of L'Amour books and tapes in print around the world.
About the Author
Our foremost storyteller of the authentic West, Louis L’Amour has thrilled a nation by chronicling the adventures of the brave men and women who settled the American frontier. There are more than 300 million copies of his books in print around the world.
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