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by Louis L'Amour

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ISBN:
0613140435
Author:
Louis L'Amour
Category:
Genre Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Turtleback Books: A Division of Sanval (May 1991)
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1836 kb
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Women were scarce and valued accordingly. A lot of men grew up reading the novels of Sir Walter Scott and they adopted the author's notions of chivalry.

Women were scarce and valued accordingly. nts in diaries and elsewhere of women traveling back and forth across the West alone and never being disturbed in the least. If a woman got off a stage at a stage-stop to get something to eat, and a man didn't get up to give her a place at the table, somebody else knocked him off the seat so she could be seated

The Outlaws of Mesquite:. has been added to your Cart. but although I read everything L'Amour has written with enjoyment, I am not particularly fond of his Short Story "Fill in" attempts to keep the ball rolling

The Outlaws of Mesquite:. but although I read everything L'Amour has written with enjoyment, I am not particularly fond of his Short Story "Fill in" attempts to keep the ball rolling.

The Outlaws Of Mesquite. There were twenty-seven people in Mesquite, but those who weren't outlaws were shy, frightened people who made themselves obscure and came and went as silently as possible, fearful of speaking lest Dan Spencer lay eyes upon them. Love and the Cactus Kid. The Ghost Maker. That was how it had been until Milt Cogar rode into town with his catch of wild horses, sixteen head of them, and all fine stock, and most of them broke to ride.

Meet the frontier bad men-like Leo Carver-a man so hated that everyone in the town of Canyon Gap planned to turn up for. You're getting the VIP treatment! With the purchase of Kobo VIP Membership, you're getting 10% off and 2x Kobo Super Points on eligible items. Your Shopping Cart is empty. There are currently no items in your Shopping Cart.

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The Outlaws of Mesquite book. My continuing effort to read every book ever published by Louis L'Amour is making progress as my database tells me this is the 77th of his books that I've completed. Eight classic western short stories are included in this volume, all having protagonists who are not the typical tall, broad-shouldered, narrow-hipped, square-jawed western hero. Rather these men are "bad" men but who have heroic tendancies regardless.

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Anyone who studies the West or loves to read about who founded our rough West should read any of Louis L'amour's books.

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  • Negal
Sorry folks. but although I read everything L'Amour has written with enjoyment, I am not particularly fond of his Short Story "Fill in" attempts to keep the ball rolling. As each of us have periods where /when our thought patterns do not function normally, I believe the Short Story's are holdovers from his periods of doing the Hopalong Cassidy series, and some of the add in Short Stories, especially those related to Boxing,seem more like something Micky Spellan or Shell Schot would have dreamed up. Just my opinion, and I realize not all wear the same size shoes. One of my favorite;s in his written word is "The Walking Drum", for it took me to places I have never been, and to some I had never even heard of, but three other of his fan's found it boring,
  • Anayajurus
It is always a pleasure to read a western by Louis L'Amour. He is the only western author that I read (I don't purchase from another author and would not consider it). I would've liked more stories with Chick Bowrie and Lonigan. Thank you for stocking all his books (I used to have them in paperback - I had a collection) but now I do enjoy it on a Kindle. I look forward to more books by this author.
  • Kakashkaliandiia
All western cowboys, good guys and gals Enjoyed all of them. Amazing how Louis Lamour
Learned so much about the old West days !
  • Voodoozragore
L'Amour's style and success speaks for itself. I probably would not finish it if I did not like the stories. But put it down and forget it. Not so with this author's books. His ground work has benefited in that I have learned some points of history not covered in school curriculum. Always good stories and style.
  • Cordann
There is something special about L'Amour's short stories. Delightful tidbits which are very complete but leave one wishing for more.
  • Bandiri
Good
  • Ubrise
Tremendous writing. Drama set into everyday life of men and women in the West. The language of dirty words is nonexistent. That is good! The stories are based on real life geography. Enjoyable reading!!! Don't know how it could be better.
Loius L'Amour is one of my favorite western writers. He paints a vivid picture of the terrain and makes you feel as if you were living the tale. Great action from a real life character.