How far will a man go for a friend? For Trent it was all the way to hell. Kilkenny, the gunman had retired. And back!special introduction by Darryle Purcell, author of The Hollywood Cowboy Detectives Series. Bonus material includes a sample chapter from L'Amour's The Rider of Lost Creek. Also published as A Man Called Trent.
TRENT: The original pulp magazine version- not one word changed! - He'd had enough of killing, gunsmoke and violence. It was one man against an army of riders.
First Book Edition - Riders of the Tumbling K: Lost NovelBuckskin Western - Bonus material includes the first two chapters from the Buckskin Editions ebooks of Showdown Trail and The Rider of Lost Creek. Once again louis l'amour delivers an unforgettable novel of men and women facing the raw challenges of the range land. Ward mcqueen and kim Sartain are friends and hands on the Tumbling K ranch.
This authentic western saga remained undiscovered and unreprinted for more than sixty years, until the editors of Buckskin Editions found it and put the pieces together. One will find love with its passionate owner, Ruth Kermett. Includes a preface by writer charles Lee Jackson II, plus an introduction and a complete list of Louis L'Amour's series novel.
First Book Edition - Riders of the Tumbling K: Lost Novel - Both will have to stand up for what they want with their hearts, their minds and their guns. Top 1% of all books at amazon#1 bestselling louis l'amour booktop 30 in westernsfirst time in book form, published in three parts in the old pulp magazines during the 1950s, this "lost" Louis L'Amour novel, showcases the story of the settling of the west in the lives and loves of the riders of the Tumbling K ranch.
The other will leave in search of a woman and land of his own.
The Trail to Peach Meadow Canyon L'Amour's Original TextBuckskin Western - Mike had grown up to be the fastest draw, the most skilled tracker, and the quickest thinker in the territory. Not once had he ever questioned the path the man he loved as his father had set out for him. Now with a bloody train robbery and a murderous raid on an unsuspecting ranch planned, Mike found himself wondering where his true loyalty lay.
Mike bastian was the son of an outlaw and one of the fastest guns alive – but would he use It to break the law or uphold it! Outlaw Ben Curry had adopted Mike Bastian when he was orphaned as a child Curry had raised Mike as his own son, teaching him everything the boy would need to know to follow the owlhoot trail in his footsteps.
The Trail to Peach Meadow Canyon L'Amour's Original Text - . Alone he had to face the guns of the law and the guns of an outlaw band. Read louis l'amour's uncut novel The Trail to Peach Meadow Canyon. But when mike met Drusilla, the spirited young woman had stolen his heart. Was it to the man who had raised him? or to the dream of a home and family which so many other Westerners shared? Either way he would have to be prepared to go it alone against the flinty-hearted guns of the law or the guns of the deadliest outlaw band the West had ever known.
The Rider of the Ruby Hills: L'Amour's Original VersionBuckskin Western - Chalk was already at war with the smaller ranchers and he didn’t need a new one, like Ross, complicating matters. He knew this was the kind of place he’d dreamed of, one where he could end his wandering ways, build his own ranch and live content forever. A #1 bestseller in l'amour westernshanley couldn’t be threatened or frightened off.
What hanley didn’t know was that he was riding straight into the middle of range war, where he would find enemies, friends and a woman who would stir him as no other ever had. But could he be killed? the scent of gunsmoke and sagebrush spice this western novel by Louis L'Amour. The only question that remained was whether he was a man who could be killed? The uncut, unrevised original text, as L'Amour intended it.
The Rider of the Ruby Hills: L'Amour's Original Version - Amazon has reviews for the wrong book below! When drifter and gunfighter Ross Hanley rode into the Ruby Hills range, the land claimed his heart at once. Chalk reynolds was about to find that Ross Hanley was not a man who could be threatened or frightened. And chalk reynolds was a man who liked to simplify things with gunpowder.
Chalk' reynolds owned the biggest spread in the Ruby Hills Chalk was a man determined to own all of the range.
Trails West: 15 Classic Western Short Stories & 1 Complete NovelBuckskin Western - Giant l'amour bargain - three books in one! 15 of the best western stories and novelettes Louis L’Amour ever penned, along with The Trail to Peach Meadow Canyon, one of his most exciting novels of frontier life, danger and heroism.
The Trail to Crazy Man: L'Amour's Original VersionBuckskin Western - If rafe caradec lived, he would have to wage a one man range war against impossible odds, with a woman who wanted him dead waiting if he survived. This edition is based on the original magazine version of this novel as Louis L'Amour first visualized it. The man had been murdered by a cabal of greedy ranchers who wanted his land, and Rafe had sworn to protect that land for the man's wife and infant daughter.
Rafe caradec had been raised to a hard life in a hard land where death lurked behind every bush and in most men's eyes. Both camps agree that the original versions have all the strengths of his best writing and a taut, fast-moving pace that never stints on characterization. Special introduction about L'Amour's pulp career and pulp novels.
The Trail to Crazy Man: L'Amour's Original Version - She knew someone was after the ranche, and she thought it was Rafe. For rafe had given his word to a dying man and could not go back on it. L'amour and other fans disagreed. The uncut, unrevised original text, as L'Amour intended it. Trail to crazy man was published in the July 1948 issue of the pulp magazine, West.
That and the unflinching honor that had earned him the respect of every man. Now that honor was about to lead him into deadly danger against the greatest odds he had ever faced.
RIDERS OF THE WESTERN TRAILS: : The Second Louis L'Amour 4 Book Western Bundle - Showdown On The Hogback, Rider Of Lost Creek, The Rider Of The Ruby Hills, Ride, You Tonto Raiders!Buckskin Editions - Many l'amour fans believe the original versions are tighter, with stronger impact and more authentic flavor. Includes "showdown on the hogback" 1950 in giant western, " april 1947 in west, expanded as where the long grass grows 1976 filmed as treasure of the Ruby Hills 1955; "Ride, various magazines; "Rider of Lost Creek, short story collection, expanded as Showdown at Yellow Butte 1953; "The Rider of the Ruby Hills" September 1949 in West, You Tonto Raiders!", expanded as A Man Called Trent.
Top 5 in louis l'amourfour full-length novels by the king of western tales, Louis L'Amour, reprinted from his original magazine versions before his paperback publishers demanded changes.
The Man from Battle Flat: A Western TrioSkyhorse - Half-dead from pneumonia and on the brink of giving up, he was taken in as a boy and nursed back to health by a young couple. Growing up, johnny harbored nothing but resentment and jealousy of their biological son, Sam. Our list includes international bestselling authors like Zane Gray and Louis L’Amour, and many more.
. Ross was a loner at first, but now he’s got allies and a plan. In the title story, krag Moran is a rider who becomes involved in a range war among ranchers and nesters. Louis l’amour brings the wild west back to life in three unstoppable adventures!Mistakes Can Kill You” is the story of Johnny O’Day.
But when a feud breaks out between the owners of two of the biggest spreads in Ruby Hills, it looks like the fair town is on the brink of destruction. But now sam is in big trouble, and it seems that Johnny may be the only person who can come between his half brother and a pair of gunmen. Ross haney is The Rider of Ruby Hills.
The Man from Battle Flat: A Western Trio - At twenty-seven, he’s broke, armed, and ready to settle down. Westernsbooks about outlaws, sheriffs, chiefs and warriors, cowboys and Indiansare a genre in which we publish regularly. The town is divided, and by the time shots are fired and the body count starts to rise, Krag will have a lot of explaining to do to the wrong people.
The Proving Trail: A NovelBantam - And as he delved deeper into the mystery, he learned that just before his father died, the elder McRaven had experienced a remarkable run of luck: he’d won nearly ten thousand dollars and the deed to a cattle ranch. Not yet eighteen, kearney was determined enough to track down his father’s murderer and claim what was rightfully his.
. No matter what life had dealt him, his father would go down fighting. Now, followed every step of the way by a shadowy figure, Kearney must solve the mystery of his father’s hidden past—a past that concealed a cold-blooded killer who would stop at nothing to keep a chilling secret. They tried to tell him that his father had killed himself, but Kearney McRaven knew better.
GUNSMOKE AND MUSTANGS: The Louis L'Amour 4 Book Western Bundle - Riders Of The Dawn , Lit A Shuck For Texas, Trail To Crazy Man, Showdown TrailBuckskin Western - Men and women fighting to build a life in a lawless world. Trail to crazy man - honor leads rafe caradec into deadly danger against the greatest odds he has ever facedSHOWDOWN TRAIL - Only the lone rider they hate can save a wagon train from destruction. Filmed as the tall stranger with Joel McCrea, Virginia Mayo and Michael Ansara.
The biggest bargain in L'Amour books ever. They helped pave the way for the phenomenal success and career that made him a household name. Riders of the dawn - when gunman Matt Sabre tries to make peace he finds the only way is through the liberal use of gunsmoke. Four full-length novels by the king of western tales, Louis L'Amour, reprinted from his original magazine versions before his paperback publishers demanded changes.
GUNSMOKE AND MUSTANGS: The Louis L'Amour 4 Book Western Bundle - Riders Of The Dawn , Lit A Shuck For Texas, Trail To Crazy Man, Showdown Trail - This quartet contains four of louis l'Amour's earliest novels, books that earned him an enviable reputation as the best western writer since Zane Grey and Max Brand. Lit a shuck for texas - a collection of the early Western tales that drew on his own intimate knowledge of the frontier.