Shalako He Was A White Man As Cunning As Any Indian, A Loner Who Trusted In Nothing But His Weapon And His Horse But Then Shalako Came Across A European Hunting Party, And A Brave And Beautiful Woman, Stranded And Defenseless In The Sonoran Desert The Apaches Killing Ground Shalako Knew He Had To Stay And Help Them Survive For Somewhere Out There A Deadly Apache Warrior Had The Worst Kind Of Death In Mind For Them AllCatlowBen Cowan And Bijah Catlow Had Been Friends Since They Were Boys By The Time They Became Men, Catlow Was An Outlaw And Cowan A US Marshal So When His Old Friend Rode To Mexico To Pull The Biggest Robbery Of His Career, It Became Ben S Job To Hunt Him Down But South Of The Border, Ben Meets Beautiful Rosita Calderon, Whose Presence Complicates An Already Dangerous Situation And Soon Ben Realizes That The Price Of Getting Catlow Home May Be Than He S Willing To Pay The men are strong, the women are beautifulthe prose is spare,the plots engrossing. AwesomeI have read nearly all of LL s books and like them all he did such a great job of explaining the characters and showing us the west with only a small amount of unbelievable things mixed into them that no matter how many times I read them they are still fun to read. Loved them.I loved both the books in this collection I always feel as if I am transported to that time and place The heat of the desert, the fear of the foe, and the search for respite from both It is great to read a book that is so well written that you travel anywhere the author chooses. Completed Shalako , haven t started Catlow.Shalako s not bad, traditional Western adventure The summaries of Apache culture seem pretty harsh. I m beginning to realize that my love of Louis L Amour wasn t not a passing childhood fancy Even if all his heroes are basically the same person I still enjoy each of his books There is a ring of authenticity that I love.
Louis L Amour was an American author L Amour s books, primarily Western fiction, remain enormously popular, and most have gone through multiple printings At the time of his death all 101 of his works were in print 86 novels, 14 short story collections and one full length work of nonfiction and he was considered one of the world s most popular writers Wikipedia
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