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. 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.
LIT A SHUCK FOR TEXAS - A collection of the early Western tales that drew on his own intimate knowledge of the frontier. 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 faced
SHOWDOWN 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.
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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