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This is a collection of seven short stories that Louis L’Amour published in Western Magazines in the 1930s and 40s. The first story is “The Black Rock Coffin Marker” about a fight to acquire the XY ranch. The second story is called “Grub Line Rider”: Kim Sartain is a drifter and a cattleman Jim Targ forbids Kim to ride across an unclaimed stretch of meadow land. Kim gets mad and decides to homestead the stretch of land. “Desert Death Song” is the third story. It is a sort of love story. The forth is called “One Last Gun Notch” this one is a gunfighter vs. land hog. The fifth story “Ride, You Tonto Raiders” is about Matt Sabre who kills a man in a fair gun fight and the dying man asks him to take five thousand dollars to his wife and family on his family ranch. The sixth story is called “War Party” about a boy, a frontier woman and a strong male character in a story of life on the frontier. The last story is “Law of the Desert Born” about Shad Morone a gunman. This is one is from the book by the same name.
The audiobook was published in Sept 2014. The stories are well written and fast paced with good character development in spite of them being short stories. This audiobook makes an easy, fast, enjoyable read. Stefan Rudnicki narrates the book.
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