This collection of Western tales contains three stories by the finest Western writers who ever lived.
In “Cañon Walls” by Zane Grey, Smoke Bellew enters a remote Mormon settlement only a jump ahead of a posse. Finding employment as a ranch hand working for a dowager Mormon, Smoke finds that his life undergoes a transformation and he is able to make her ranch a financial success, at the same time falling in love with her wanton daughter, Rebecca. But it is too good to last. The law follows him.
“Black Sheep” by Max Brand finds young Mary Valentine—upstart, tomboy, and general troublemaker—seeking to protect a man wanted by the law. To complicate her life even further, her two cousins, who have been dodging the law, return home and decide with their father to join the notorious Markle gang in holding up the local bank.
In “The Sixth Shotgun” by Louis L’Amour, Leo Carver is about to be hung. The only problem is that a lot of folks are indebted to Leo for one thing or another.
|Publisher:||Blackstone Audio, Inc.|
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About the Author
One of our foremost storytellers of the American West, the prolific and versatile Louis L’Amour (1908-1988) has thrilled generations of readers with his chronicles of the adventures of the settlers of the American frontier, many of which have become movies. The self-educated writer was born in Jamestown, North Dakota. In 1984 President Ronald Reagan awarded L’Amour the Presidential Medal of Freedom. In 1972 he was awarded an Honorary PhD by Jamestown College.
Date of Birth:March 22, 1908
Date of Death:June 10, 1988
Place of Birth:Jamestown, North Dakota
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