Synopses & Reviews
An exemplary collection that showcases the enduring talents of one of America's most beloved authors.
Newly gathered in book form, and just in time for Father's Day, here is a fantistically entertaining collection of short stories from Louis L'Amour--the master of great American storytelling. Fast-paced plotting, larger-than-life action, and vivid detail combine in the best L'Amour tradition, resulting in this wonderful collection: a dozen potent shots of storytelling magic. Highlights include"Anything for a Pal, "the first L'Amour short story ever published, "The Moon of the Trees Broken by Snow, "his last as well as three never-before-published stories. From a classic western, "A Night at Wagon Camp, "to football drama in"Backfield Battering Ram, "to cold crime in"Too Tough to Kill, "here is a feast of colorful characters and unforgettable scenes that will live forever in readers' imaginations.