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Best Louis Lamour Books

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Rated 6 points - posted 10 years ago by veggiebaby in category Books.
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The Daybreakers Report Abuse
First and best of the Sackett western, tells a compelling story and is beautifully written.
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Jubal Sackett Report Abuse
The best in the Sackett series, Jubal is full of rich character development, beautiful scenery by words and a frontier storyline that deserves the #1 spot.
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The Man Called Noon Report Abuse
11 points - added 10 years ago by veggiebaby - 3 comments
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Just read it and loved it
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this book was really exiting and fun. it was almost like a mystry and a wectern combined.
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AWESOME BOOK!
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Sackett's Land Report Abuse
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To Tame a Land Report Abuse
An overlooked early Western that has a surprising twist at the end. One of his best
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Flint Report Abuse
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ausoume book
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very good book.
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The Lonesome Gods Report Abuse
One of L'Amours most ambitious novels, also one of his best
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Kilkenny Report Abuse
4 points - added 10 years ago by veggiebaby - 1 comment
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3rd in a series, following The Rider of Lost Creek and The Mountain Valley War. All are good!
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Lando Report Abuse
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The Warrior's Path Report Abuse
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Fun, but a little unbelievable near the end.
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Taggart Report Abuse
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Where the Long Grass Blows Report Abuse
One of the best!
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Sackett Report Abuse
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Utah Blaine Report Abuse
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The Last of the Breed Report Abuse
This story is set in Siberia during the Cold War. It stands out because it is set in a different kind of land than most of Louis L’Amour’s other books so the characters face different challenges, and he tells the story from a different point of view. The main character is a Native American and so he is telling the story from the opposite side he normally tells it from. It is very well written and one of the best.
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Very fun and exciting. The plot is not predictable like some of Louis l’Amour’s books, and I was on the edge of my seat reading it.
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High Lonesome Report Abuse
The way Lamour wrote this one takes you to the scene, and the suspense throughout the pages makes you want to read this one over and over.
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good book
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Passin' Through Report Abuse
One of the best, this story about "Mister Passin" and his adventure in revenge is a classic.
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The Empty Land Report Abuse
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Ride The River Report Abuse
Part of the Sackett legacy, this is the only Lamour (that I know of) with a female heroine as the main character. She proves herself and her family name, and Lamour succeeds in writing from a different perspective.
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The Man From Skibbereen Report Abuse
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this was a very good book. i like the main characters name: Mayo.
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The Tall Stranger Report Abuse
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The Iron Marshal Report Abuse
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War Party Report Abuse
Many collections of Lamour's stories have been published since this one in 1975, but none beat it - with Tell Sackett and Cap Moffit in its character list, this is the best collection.
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