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Louis  L'Amour
[1908-1988]

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Louis Dearborn L'Amour was born 22 March 1908 in Jamestown, North Dakota. He wrote & published ninety novels,
twenty-seven short-story collections, two works of nonfiction, a memoir, and a volume of poetry before his death
on 10 June 1988 at the age of 80. He is the only author in history to receive both the Presidential Medal of Freedom,
and the Congressional Gold Medal in honor of his life's work.

official Louis L'Amour website
Louis L'Amour entry at Wikipedia
Louis L'Amour credits [1953-2001] at Internet Movie Database

L'Amour books catalog at Amazon
Louis L'Amour audio catalog at Amazon
search DVDs on keywords "Louis L'Amour" at Amazon

checklist of all Louis L'Amour books
official L'Amour 'Lost Treasures' website
TDH's Louis L'Amour fansite [last update 4/99]

Louis L'Amour Companion  
"The Louis L'Amour Companion: The Indispensable Guide
To The Life & Work of America's Favorite Storyteller" [1992]
by Robert Weinberg

Bantam mass pb [5/94] for $6.99
Andrews McMeel Publng 9¼x6 pb [6/92] out of print/used

Short  Stories

Collected Stories of Louis L'Amour Volume 1  "The Collected Short Stories of Louis L'Amour:
Frontier Stories - Volume One" [35 stories 2003]

Bantam 9½x6 hardcover [11/2003] for $16.32
Random House audio CD [11/2003] for $14.93
Random House audio [11/2003] for $14.04
Collected Stories of Louis L'Amour Volume 2  "The Collected Short Stories of Louis L'Amour:
Frontier Stories - Volume Two" [30 stories 2004]

Bantam 9½x6¼ hardcover [10/2004] for $14.96
Random House UNABR audio CD [10/2004] for $17.12
Random House UNABR audio [10/2004] for $14.04
Collected Stories of Louis L'Amour Volume 3  "The Collected Short Stories of Louis L'Amour:
Frontier Stories - Volume Three" [28 stories 2005]

Bantam 9x6 hardcover [10/2005] for $14.96
Random House UNABR audio CD [10/2005] for $17.12
Random House UNABR audio [10/2005] for $14.04
Collected Stories of Louis L'Amour Volume 4  "The Collected Short Stories of Louis L'Amour:
Adventure Stories - Volume Four" [43 stories 2006]

includes 9 Ponga Jim Mayo sea stories & 10 Turk Madden stories
Bantam 9x6 hardcover [10/2006] for $16.32
Random House ABR audio CD [10/2006] for $17.12

official Louis L'Amour Adventure Stories website

Collected Stories of Louis L'Amour Volume 5  "The Collected Short Stories of Louis L'Amour:
Frontier Stories - Volume Five" [27 stories 2007]

includes 4 tales of the Cactus Kid
Bantam hardcover [10/2007] for $16.32
Random House ABR audio CD [10/2007] for $14.93
Collected Stories of Louis L'Amour Volume 6  "The Collected Short Stories of Louis L'Amour:
The Crime Stories - Volume Six" [33 stories 2008]

Bantam hardcover [10/2008] for $16.32
Random House ABR audio CD [10/2008] for $14.93
Collected Stories of Louis L'Amour Volume 7  "The Collected Short Stories of Louis L'Amour:
Frontier Stories - Volume Seven" [28 stories 2009]

Bantam 9x6½ hardcover [10/2009] for $16.50
Random House ABR audio CD [10/2009] for $17.16

"Beyond The Great Snow Mountains" [stories 1999]

Big Medicine story collection by Louis L'Amour  "Big Medicine" [stories 2009]
Kindle Edition from AmazonEncore [2/2009] for $3.99
Leisure Books mass pb [1/2009] out of print/used
contains four works of Western fiction published under the pseudonym Jim Mayo, 'restored to their original magazine versions': the short novel "Showdown On The Hogback" (1950) and three stories: McQueen of The Tumbling K (1947); Big Medicine (1948); and Trail To Pie Town (1948)

"Bowdrie" [stories]

"Bowdrie's Law" [stories 1984]

"Buckskin Run" [stories]

"Dutchman's Flat" [stories 1986]

"End Of The Drive" [stories 1997]

"From The Listening Hills" [stories]

Grub Line Rider story collection by Louis L'Amour  "Grub Line Rider" [stories 1990]
Kindle Edition from AmazonEncore [1990 edition] for $3.99
Leisure Books mass pb [3/2008] out of print/used
contains seven short Western tales: One Last Gun Notch (1942); Law of The Desert (1946); Ride, You Tonto Raiders (1949); Desert Death Song (1950); The Black Rock Coffin Makers (1950); Grub Line Rider {as Jim Mayo} (1951); and War Party (1959)

"Hills of Homicide" [detective stories]

"Law of The Desert Born" [stories]

"The Long Ride Home" [stories]

"Lonigan" [stories]

May There Be A Road story collection by Louis L'Amour  "May There Be A Road" [all-new stories 2001]
Bantam pb [4/2002] for $4.99
Bantam 7¾x5½ hardcover [5/2001] for $13.56
Bantam ABR audio cassette [5/2001] for $14.40
Bantam ABR audio CD [5/2001] for $15.37

"Monument Rock" [stories 1998]

"Night Over The Solomons" [stories]

Off The Mangrove Coast stories by Louis L'Amour  "Off The Mangrove Coast" [new stories 2000]
Bantam 7x4 pb [5/2001] for $4.49
B.D.D. hardcover [5/2000] out of print/used
Bantam UNABR audio [5/2000] for $18.17

"The Outlaws of Mesquite" [stories 1990]

"Rider of The Ruby Hills" [stories]

"Riding For The Brand" [stories]

"The Strong Shall Live" [stories]

"The Trail To Crazy Man" [stories]

"Valley of The Sun" [stories 1995]

"War Party" [stories 1975]

"West From Singapore" [stories 1987]

"West of Dodge" [stories 1996]

With These Hands stories by Louis L'Amour  "With These Hands" [11 stories 2002]
Bantam mass pb [4/2003] for $5.50
Bantam ¾x5½ hardcover [4/2002] for $5.50
Random House UNABR audio [4/2002] for $18.00

"Yondering" [stories 1980]

Omnibus  Collections

Showdown Trail Western novels book by Louis L'Amour  "Showdown Trail" [2007]
contains two short novels published under the pseudonym Jim Mayo: "Showdown Trail" [1948] and "The Trail to Peach Meadow Canyon" [1951]
Leisure Books mass pb [3/2007] out of print/60+ used
Leisure Books mass pb [3/2007] out of print/used
Gunsmoke Westerns 7½x5 hardcover [9/2008] out of print/used
Gunsmoke Westerns hardcover [9/2008] out of print/used
Trails West Western stories book by Louis L'Amour  "Trails West: 15 Classic Western Short Stories & 1 Complete Novel" [6/2016]
Kindle Edition from Buckskin Westerns [6/2016] for $2.99
contains "The Trail to Peach Meadow Canyon" [1951 novel as Jim Mayo]; five works of Western fiction published under the pseudonym Jim Mayo: Riding For The Brand (1948); Trail To Pie Town (1948); Secret of Silver Springs (1949); The Black Rock Coffin Makers (1950); Mistakes Can Kill You (1950); and ten other Western tales: The Turkeyfeather Riders; Law of The Desert Born (1946); No Trouble For The Texas Kid {as Sam Brant] (1947); The Romance of Paiute Bill (1947); Death Song of The Sombrero (1947); The Nester and The Paiute (1948); Lit A Shuck For Texas (1948); Ride, You Tonto Raiders (1949); Trap of Gold (1949); and Desert Death Song (1950)


Western  Novels

classic stories from Louis L'Amour boxed set  
"Classics From Louis L'Amour: America's Favorite
Storyteller" boxed set [2003]
includes "The Californios" [1974], "Flint" [1960],
"Hondo" [1952], and "Utah Blaine" [1954]

Bantam mass pb box set [9/2003] 4 books - out of print/used

"A Man Called Trent"

"Bendigo Shafter" [1979]

"Borden Chantry" [1977]

"Brionne"

"Broken Gun"

"Burning Hills" [1956]

"The Californios" [1974]
The Californios novel by Louis L'Amour  Set in 1844 California, the geography includes Acapulco, Malibu, the Sespe wilderness, and Los Angeles Pueblo. Widowed Malibu rancher Eileen Mulkerin and sons Sean & Fr. Michael owe money on a loan for crops that burned; one note was bought by evil Zeke Wooston who wants to foreclose on the ranch, to use for smuggling.
Bantam mass pb [5/85] for $4.99
Bantam mass pb [8/89] out of print/used
Random House hardcover [5/85] for $11.99

"Callaghen"

"Catlow"
"Catlow" feature film [1971] starring Yul Brynner, Daliah Lavi & Jo Ann Pflug > DVD 2009

"Chancy"

"The Cherokee Trail" [1982]
Louis L'Amour's "The Cherokee Trail" [1981 TV] /tt0225379/

"Comstock Lode" [1981]

"Conagher" [1969]

"Crossfire Trail" [1954 novel]
Crossfire Trail novel by Louis L'Amour  Crossfire Trail tv movie directed by Simon Wincer, starring Tom Selleck   Bantam pb [1/85] for $4.50
EconoClad hardcover [10/99] for $9.72
"Crossfire Trail" [T.N.T. tv movie Jan 2001]
Directed by Simon Wincer; starring Tom Selleck, Virginia Madsen, Wilford Brimley & Mark Harmon; won Western Heritage Bronze Wrangler (2002)
Warner widescreen DVD [7/2001] for $17.98
Turner color VHS [3/2002] for $13.74
Turner VHS w/Spanish subtitles [3/2002] for $14.94
full credits from IMDb • TNT official movie website

"Dark Canyon"

"Down The Long Hills" [1968]

"The Empty Land"

"Fair Blows The Wind"

"Fallon" [1963]

"The Ferguson Rifle: A Novel" [March 1973]
The Ferguson Rifle Western novel by Louis L'Amour  Set in 1804 in Louisiana Territory; after a tragedy in Boston, Ronan Chantry heads west and hooks up with a party of mountain men returning to trap beaver pelts over the winter; they intercept a proud Irish beauty trying to escape from Santa Fe and from an evil uncle who thinks that she knows the location of old Spanish treasure.
Kindle Edition from Bantam/Random House [2005 edition] for $5.12
Bantam mass pb [3/85] for $5.39
Bantam mass pb [1982] out of print/many used

"The First Fast Draw" [1959]

"Flint" [1960]

"Frontier"

"Guns of The Timberlands"

"Hanging Woman Creek"

"Heller With A Gun"

"The High Graders" [1965]

"High Lonesome" [1962]

"Hondo" aka 'The Gift of Cochise' [L'Amour's first novel; 1952]
Hondo novel by Louis L'Amour  Hondo movie directed by John Farrow, starring John Wayne   Bantam pb [6/91] for $4.50

"Hondo" [Warner Nov 1953]
Filmed in WarnerVision dual-strip 3-D, but released as 'flat' prints; directed by John Farrow; based on the Louis L'Amour novel; starring John Wayne, Geraldine Page, Ward Bond & James Arness; Oscar noms for Best Script & Best Supporting Actress (GP)
Paramount color DVD [10/2005] for $10.99
MPI Home Video color VHS [9/94] out of prodn/many used
full credits from IMDb

"How The West Was Won" [1963]
How The West Was Won novelization by Louis L'Amour  
How The West Was Won movie co-directed by John Ford, Henry Hathaway, George Marshall & Richard Thorpe  
novelization by Louis L'Amour, based on the Oscar-winning screenplay by James B. Webb
Bantam pb [6/81] out of print/used

"How The West Was Won" [M.G.M./Cinerama Feb 1963]
Co-directed by John Ford [1894-1973], Henry Hathaway, George Marshall & Richard Thorpe; script by James B. Webb; starring Lee J. Cobb, Henry Fonda, Karl Malden, Gregory Peck, George Peppard, Robert Preston, James Stewart, Eli Wallach, John Wayne, Richard Widmark, Harry Dean Stanton & Lee Van Cleef; won Oscars for Best Script, Best Editing, Best Sound; Oscar nominations for Best Picture, Best Cinematography, Best Art Direction, Best Music, Best Costumes; won Western Heritage Bronze Wrangler Award in 1964; listed at National Film Registry, 1997
Warner Home Video widescreen color Blu-ray [9/2008] 2 disks for $24.99
Warner Home Video Ultimate Collector's Edition color DVD [9/2008] 3 disks for $18.99
Warner Home Video color DVD [5/2007] out of prodn/used
Warner letterbox color DVD [7/98] for $12.99
Warner color VHS [5/2000] for $14.95
Warner widescreen color VHS [5/2000] for $14.95
Rhino soundtrack double CD [1/97] for $30.38
full credits from IMDb

"The Iron Marshall"

"The Key-Lock Man"

"Kid Rodelo"

"Kilkenny"

"Killoe" [1962]

"Kilrone"

"Kiowa Trail" [1964]

"Last Stand At Papago Wells"

"The Lonesome Gods" [1983]

"Man Called Noon" [1970]

"Man From Skibbereen"

"Matagorda"

"Milo Talon"

"The Mountain Valley War"

"North To The Rails"

"Over On The Dry Side"

"Passin' Through"

"The Proving Trail" [1978]

"The Quick & The Dead"

"Radigan" [1958]

"Reilly's Luck" [1970]

"Rider of Lost Creek" [1976]

"Riders of The Tumbling K" [2014]  2014
Lost Novel - First Book Edition
Riders of the Tumbling K Western novel by Louis L'Amour   Kindle Edition from Buckskin Westerns [6/2014] for $3.03 {sic}
Published as three short stories in pulp magazines Thrilling Western and Western Magazine in 1947 & 1951; Preface by Charles Lee Jackson II; adventures of the female owner and two hands on the Tumbling K Ranch; bonus reading is three sample chapters of other Buckskin Westerns ebooks

"Rivers West"

"The Shadow Riders"

"Shalako"
1968 movie directed by Edward Dmytryk /tt0063592/

"Showdown At Yellow Butte" [1953]
original publication credited to pen name Jim Mayo

"Showdown Trail: A Novel of Wagon Train Days" short novel [1948]
Showdown Trail Western novel by Louis L'Amour   Kindle Edition from Sizzler Editions [1/2013] for $3.82
CreateSpace 8½x5½ pb [3/2013] out of print/SOLD OUT!
original publication in the Winter 1948 issue of Giant Western Magazine, credited to pen name Jim Mayo; killer Mort Harper takes Rock Bannon's fiancee, and Rock comes to get her back . . . {The later "The Tall Stranger" 1957 novel and movie features Ned Bannon & Mort Harper and has a different story.}

"Silver Canyon"

"Sitka"

"Son of A Wanted Man" [1984]

"South of Deadwood"

"Taggart"

"The Tall Stranger" [1957]
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Tall_Stranger

"To Tame A Land" [1965]

"Tucker" [1971]

"Under The Sweetwater Rim" [1971]

"Utah Blaine" [1954]
original publication credited to pen name Jim Mayo

"Westward The Tide"

"Where The Long Grass Blows" [1976]

Hopalong Cassidy  Novels
by  Louis L'Amour

Several of the earliest writings of Louis L'Amour were four 'for hire' Hopalong Cassidy stories and novels,
published under the pseudonym 'Tex Burns'. The novels were not published under L'Amour's own name until 1991.

Louis L'Amour Hopalong Cassidy Novel Collection
Bantam pb box set [10/2002] quickly sold out: see used

Trouble Shooter   "Trouble Shooter" [1952 & 1994] by Tex Burns {Louis L'Amour}
Hoppy arrives in New Mexico to help his friend, Pete Melford, and finds that Pete has been murdered, all traces of his ranch have disappeared, Pete's lovely niece is on the scene, and rancher Colonel Treadway is blocking her efforts to find out the truth.
Bantam pb [4/95] for $5.50
BDD hardcover [5/94] out of print/used
Amereon Ltd. hardcover [10/80] for $24.94
Riders of High Rock   "The Riders of High Rock" [1951 & 1993] by Tex Burns {Louis L'Amour}
Looking for his old friend Red Connors, Hopalong Cassidy rides into cattle country just east of the California line and finds Red wounded and holed up in a mountain cave after he caught a gang of rustlers in the act.
Bantam pb [5/94] for $5.50
BDD 9¼x6.4 hardcover [6/93] out of print/used
Amereon Ltd. Hardcover [6/74] out of print/used
Trail To Seven Pines   "The Trail To Seven Pines" [1951 & 1992] by Tex Burns {Louis L'Amour}
Hopalong Cassidy discovers two men – one dead, the other badly wounded – on the rain-drenched trail to the lawless town of Seven Pines. Returning with medical help, he finds that the wounded man has been shot through the temple. Determined to find the killer, Hoppy hires on at Bob Ronson's Rocking R Ranch, which is beset by rustlers.
Bantam mass pb [6/93] for $5.50
BDD 9x6¼ hardcover [6/92] out of print/many used
Amereon Ltd. hardcover [6/76] for $22.95

Rustlers of West Fork   "The Rustlers of West Fork" [1951 & 1991] by Tex Burns {Louis L'Amour}
Hopalong Cassidy heads for the Circle J Ranch to deliver a fortune in bank notes to his old friend, Dick Jordan, and discovers that the rancher and his daughter are being held prisoner by a desperate band of outlaws.
Bantam mass pb [5/92] for $5.50
BDD 9¼x6¼ hardcover [6/91] out of print/many used
Amereon Ltd. hardcover [6/76] out of print/used

Hopalong Cassidy Page at 'Readers of The Purple Sage' Western Bookstore


The  Sackett  Family  Novels

The Sackett Family Novels by Louis L'Amour

Louis L'Amour Sackett catalog at Amazon.com

"Sackett's Land" [1975] {circa 1600}

"To The Far Blue Mountains" [1977] {circa 1600-1620}

"The Warrior's Path" [1980] {circa 1620s}

"Jubal Sackett" [1985] {circa 1620s}

"Ride The River" [1983] {circa 1840s-1850s}

"The Daybreakers" [1960] {circa 1870-72}

"Lando" [1962] {circa 1873-75}

"Sackett" [1961] {circa 1874-75}

"Mojave Crossing" [1964] {circa 1875-79}

"The Sackett Brand" [1965] {circa 1875-79}

"The Sky-Liners" [1967] {circa 1875-79}

"The Lonely Men" [1969] {circa 1875-79}

"Mustang Man" [1966] {circa 1875-79}

"Galloway" [1970] {circa 1875-79}

"Treasure Mountain" [1972] {circa 1875-79}

"Ride The Dark Trail" [1972] {circa 1875-79}

"The Sacketts" 2-part TV movie [1979] /tt0079840/
based on "The Daybreakers" & "Sackett"; directed by Robert Totten; starring Tom Selleck, Sam Elliott,
Jeff Osterhage, Glenn Ford, Ben Johnson, Gilbert Roland, Jack Elam, L.Q. Jones & Slim Pickens

"Lonely On The Mountain" [1980] {circa 1875-79}

official Sackett webpage
Sackett Saga entry at Wikipedia

Sackett Companion book by Louis L'Amour  "The Sackett Companion: A Personal Guide
To The Sackett Novels" [1988]
by Louis L'Amour

Bantam 9x6 pb [11/92] for $10.88
Bantam 9¼x6¼ hardcover [10/88] out of print/many used

Other  Works,  Other  Media

Trail of Memories / Quotations of Louis L'Amour book compiled by Angelique L'Amour  "A Trail of Memories: The Quotations of Louis L'Amour" [1988]
Compiled by {daughter} Angelique L'Amour

Banta, 9x6 PUB pb [11/93] out of print/used
Bantam 9¼x6¼ hardcover [5/88] for $11.90
Education of A Wandering Man memoir by Louis L'Amour  "Education of A Wandering Man: A Memoir" [1989]
by Louis L'Amour, Introduction by Daniel J. Boorstin

Bantam mass pb [11/90] for $5.99
Bantam 9x5¾ hardcover [10/89] for $19.60

"Frontier"

"Haunted Mesa" [1987]

"Last of The Breed" [modern novel 1986]

"Smoke From This Altar" [early poetry]

"Walking Drum" [set in the 12th Century]

Law of the Desert Born graphic Western novel  "Law of The Desert Born: A Graphic Novel" [2013]
Story by Louis L'Amour, script by Beau L’Amour & Kathy Nolan, adapted by Charles Santino, b&w illustrations by Thomas Yeates

New Mexico Territory, 1887: When a neighbor cuts off his access to water during a drought, a rancher convinces his foreman to retaliate; but the violence quickly escalates, forcing Marone to flee across the desolate Jornada del Muerto desert, pursued by a posse led by a sheriff seeking justice and by a half-Apache tracker bent on revenge.
Kindle Edition from Random House/Bantam [10/2013] for $12.99
Bantam 12¼x8¼ hardcover [10/2013] for $17.49

Trailing Louis L'Amour by Bert Murphy  "Trailing Louis L'Amour: From California To Alaska" [2002]
by Bert Murphy

BookSurge Publng 8½x11 pb [12/2002] out of print/used
"Trailing Louis L'Amour: In New Mexico" [1995]
by Bert Murphy

Gem Guides 2nd edition 8½x11 pb [12/99] out of print/used
MBAR-Appleyard pb [8/95] out of print/used


Movies & TV   Based  on  L'Amour  Works
search DVDs on keywords "Louis L'Amour" at Amazon
Louis L'Amour credits [40 listed, 1952-2001] at Internet Movie Database

Louis L'amour on Film & Television book by Ed Andreychuk  
"Louis L'Amour On Film and Television" [2009]
by Ed Andreychuk

McFarland & Co. 9¾x7 pb [12/2009] for $49.95

Kindle  Editions
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Riders of the Tumbling K Western novel by Louis L'Amour  "Riders of the Tumbling K" lost novel [2014] by Louis L'Amour  2014
Kindle Edition from Buckskin Westerns [6/2014] for $3.03 {sic}
Published as three short stories in pulp magazines Thrilling Western and Western Magazine in 1947 & 1951; Preface by Charles Lee Jackson II; adventures of the female owner and two hands on the Tumbling K ranch; bonus reading is three sample chapters of other Buckskin Westerns ebooks
Trails West book by Louis L'Amour  "Trails West: 15 Classic Western Short Stories & One Complete Novel" [6/2016]
Kindle Edition from Buckskin Westerns [6/2016] for $2.99
contains "The Trail to Peach Meadow Canyon" [1951 novel as Jim Mayo]; five works of Western fiction published under the pseudonym Jim Mayo: Riding For The Brand (1948); Trail To Pie Town (1948); Secret of Silver Springs (1949); The Black Rock Coffin Makers (1950); Mistakes Can Kill You (1950); and ten other Western tales: The Turkeyfeather Riders; Law of The Desert Born (1946); No Trouble For The Texas Kid {as Sam Brant] (1947); The Romance of Paiute Bill (1947); Death Song of The Sombrero (1947); The Nester and The Paiute (1948); Lit A Shuck For Texas (1948); Ride, You Tonto Raiders (1949); Trap of Gold (1949); and Desert Death Song (1950)

Audio  Collections

Louis L'Amour Collection audio set read by Willie Nelson  "Louis L'Amour Collection" [8 stories 2007] read by Willie Nelson
includes stories "Big Medicine", "The Black Rock Coffin Makers", "Dutchman's Flat", "Four Card Draw", "Mistakes Can Kill You", "The Nester and The Piute", "Riding For The Brand" (with roles by Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings & Kris Kristofferson) & "Trail To Pie Town"
HighBridge audio CD [4/2007] 4 disks for $19.77

Louis L'Amour: Trail Mix audio sets read by Willie Nelson  "Louis L'Amour: Trail Mix"
Volume One [3 stories 2005] read by Willie Nelson
HighBridge audio CD [12/2005] 2 disks for $10.39
"Riding For The Brand" features Willie Nelson, in a fully dramatized performance with Kris Kristofferson, Johnny Cash & Waylon Jennings; the two other stories are "The Black Rock Coffin Makers" and "Dutchman's Flat"
Volume Two [4 stories 2006] read by Willie Nelson
HighBridge audio CD [11/2006] 2 disks for $11.04
includes stories "Big Medicine", "Mistakes Can Kill You", "The Nester and The Piute" & "Trail To Pie Town"

Collected Bowdrie Dramatizations audio sets 2  
Collected Bowdrie Dramatizations audio sets 3  
"The Collected Bowdrie Dramatizations"
Vol. 1 Random House UNABR audio CD [10/2005] 6 disks for $19.77
includes 6 stories: "A Job For A Ranger", "A Trail To The West", "Bowdrie Follows A Cold Trail", "Bowdrie Rides A Coyote Trail", "McNelly Knows A Ranger" & "Outlaws Of Poplar Creek"
Vol. 2 Random House UNABR audio CD [11/2006] 6 disks for $19.77
includes 6 stories: "Bowdrie Passes Through", "More Brains Than Bullets", "The Road To Casa Piedras", "South of Deadwood", "Too Tough To Brand" & "Where Buzzards Fly"
Vol. 3 Random House UNABR audio CD [10/2007] 6 disks for $19.77
includes 6 stories: "A Ranger Rides To Town", "Case Closed - No Prisoners", "Down Sonora Way", "The Killer From The Pecos", "Rain On The Mountain Fork" & "Strange Pursuit"

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