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In Ride the River Louis L'Amour spins the tale of a young woman who has to protect her family fortune from a murderous . You take them Godey’s Lady’s Books the pack-peddler left with us and give them study. City folks dress a sight different than we-uns and you don’t want to shame yourself.
In Ride the River Louis L'Amour spins the tale of a young woman who has to protect her family fortune from a murderous thief - and teaches him what it means to be a Sackett. Sixteen-year-old Echo Sackett had never been far from her Tennessee home - until she made the long trek to Philadelphia to collect an inheritance. There was money coming to us and I was to go fetch it home.
8) "Long ride home" (8%). A fugitive befriends an injured Indian who returns the favor. Bought this short stories book, as a gift, along with many others. The legend goes that Louis L'Amour started his impressively long career writing short stories for a paper. All-in all, a good set of stories, typical L'Amour. Later in life, he expanded many of his short stories into novels. After he passed on, his family had much of his unfinished work published in his honor.
Louis L'Amour was an American author. L'Amour's books, primarily Western fiction, remain enormously popular, and most have gone through multiple printings
Louis L'Amour was an American author. L'Amour's books, primarily Western fiction, remain enormously popular, and most have gone through multiple printings. At the time of his death all 101 of his works were in print (86 novels, 14 short-story collections and one full-length work of nonfiction) and he was considered "one of the world's most popular writers". Books by Louis L'Amour. Mor. rivia About Long Ride Home.
RIDE ALONG INTO DANGER Traveling under an alias, the last thing gunman Clip Haynes wanted was attention. But Basin City needed a town-taming marshal, and a cold-blooded murderer was hiding behind Haynes's real name. Now Haynes was coming out of hiding to protect his honor, save a town, and catch a killereven if it cost him his life. Lou Morgan was as tough as they came. But it wasn't just the money or the challenge that motivated him to take on a suicide job involving a buried Spanish treasure and two greedy killers
RIDE ALONG INTO DANGER Traveling under an alias, the last thing gunman Clip Haynes wanted was attention.
In this case some of the activity takes place in San Francisco otorious
In this case some of the activity takes place in San Francisco otorious. One-Ear Tim was also known and his ear was said to have been chewed off during a physical arbitration with an unwilling robbery victim. The Barbary Coast was known for its dives and for its multitude of ways of relieving innocent victims of their funds
Long Ride Home by Louis L'Amour ( Paperback). My daughters Lara & Amy & I stood in line to get this book autographed. The first one of many Louis L'amour books I have read.
Long Ride Home by Louis L'Amour ( Paperback). Hondo was the first Louis L'Amour book i read, and i have loved his books ever since. I have over 90 of his nearly 150 books. Author: Louis L'Amour Publisher: Fawcett Year: 1953 Print: 1 Cover Price: Condition: Very Good Light wear Genre: Western.
He came to the valley of the whispering wind, a man who rode with the caution born of riding long on strange trails in a land untamed and restless with danger.
Chronicles the fate of the Anasazi, a race of pre-Navajo cliff dwellers who inhabited the ancient American Southwest and who vanished from the face of the Earth centuries ago. Read online. He came to the valley of the whispering wind, a man who rode with the caution born of riding long on strange trails in a land untamed and restless with danger. Kilkenny could find no peace in the valley, for he came with a reputation for a lightning draw. Eager gunmen arose like coyotes to test him.