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by Zane Grey,Max Brand,Louis L'Amour
Tappans Burro by Zane Grey
Tappans Burro by Zane Grey. Prospecting was lonely business for Tappan, but his burro Jenet was good company, and she knew the trails and waterholes better than Tappan. She tracked with him, faithful, his only friend. Jargan, a summer gambler wintering in the western town of Big Horn, saves the life of Don José Cordoba and unwittingly acquires a new job. Soon he finds himself on a boat to Buenos Aires as the handlerand protectorof two extraordinary horses. The Trail to Crazy Man by Louis LAmour.
It's just that I discovered Louis L'Amour years before reading their books but they are really great also.
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The Lawless West Louis L’Amour Zane Grey® Max Brand® Ready to Fight! You move fast. Pinder was staring at me with small eyes. Zane Grey, Max Brand, and Louis L’Amour were the three, and their work has endured with generations of readers throughout the world. For this collection I have selected a short novel by each of these authors, consisting of stories I regard as among their best work. They stared at the handwriting on the letter. Tex, I’m a son-of-a-gun if it ain’t from Missouri! ejaculated Andy Smith, his lean red face bursting into a smile.
A collection of classic Western tales. From Missouri by Zane Grey. When a pretty new schoolteacher arrives, the Springer ranch hands are falling over themselves to impress her. But the lecherous Beady Jones has his own idea of how the new schoolmarm should be introduced to the West. Jack Trainor, a fugitive from justice, becomes lost in the Canadian Rockies. A trapper finds Jack and saves him. Over the course of some months, he repays the trapper for his kindness in a way that causes some difficulty. Riders of the Dawn by Louis L'Amour.
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The Lawless West book. 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".
By: Jon Tuska, Louis L'Amour, Zane Grey, and others. Louis L'Amour is now one of the most iconic Western writers of all time, but once upon a time he was Jim Mayo, a regular writer for the pulps. Narrated by: Tom Weiner, Jim Gough. Length: 7 hrs and 27 mins. This Raging Bull Publishing box set contains four classic Western books by Max Brand: Black Jack, Harrigan, Riders of the Silence, and The Untamed. The Man from the Broken Hills. Some of the tales he wrote in those days stuck with him enough that he later revised and expanded them into novels.
Riders of the Purple Sage is Zane Grey’s best work. Then I read every book by Louis L’Amour and Elmer Kelton I could get my hands on. I also read the western classics. It created quite the uproar with the Mormon church when it was first published because of the protagonists struggle with the Mormon powers in Utah. Each author brings something different to the table.
In "Riders of the Dawn" by Louis L'Amour, we meet Matt Sabre. He's a drifter, a veteran of foreign wars, and he's seeking his fortune out West.
In the field of Western fiction, three authors stand unmatched: L’Amour, Grey and Brand. Now three of their best short novels are collected in a single volume. Zane Grey’s From Missouri has been restored from the author’s own manuscript and is appearing in paperback in its corrected form. Max Brand’s Over the Northern Border is a classic tale of stage coach robbery and relentless pursuit, also corrected and restored from the author’s original manuscript. Louis L’Amour’s Riders of the Dawn debuted in Giant Western magazine in 1951 and appears here in that original version, as L’Amour himself first intended it. Enjoy these three classic tales and experience the Western the way it was meant to be.