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hi im bookman buy and sell rare books. been reading all great westerns since i was 8 years old by time i was 19 had all louis lamore and all other great westerns writers books at one time 5,000 differnt westerns . while going thru school sometimes read two boos day right now at age 53 read 3 books week on average i get into book go into another world love westerns lost trasure stories best.
samuel lee knoy <email@example.com>
columbus, IN. USA - Thursday, September 30 at 18:14:41 (PDT)
read and reread every book I can buy here. Books are not easy to come by over here written by Louis Lamour. I have managed to buy over 100,and my wife reads some of them. I have never read a western by anyone else that i,ve enjoyed so much.
derek adams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
trowbridge, wilts england - Wednesday, September 29 at 14:51:27 (PDT)
I read my first Louis L'amour novel back in 1977. Between then and now I've read all of his works and have thoroughly enjoyed them. I consider Flint to be his best novel and I have lost count of how many times I've read it. I love the artwork on the covers of the early paperbacks and would dearly like to purchase more.
Wednesday, September 29 at 14:51:27 (PDT)
I am an avid Louis L'amour Fan....Have all of this books that are in print and have purchased most of them for one of my sons, also. Also have as many of the movies that are available. Would love to see the Sacketts on DVD,please. Sandra Wright
Sandra J. Wright <email@example.com>
USA - Tuesday, September 28 at 11:14:51 (PDT)
May there always be a trail leading to more stories like his.When you mix enjoyment with history reading becomes a learning lesson without effort. I am just a new can not get enough Louis L'Amour reader. Does anyone know where I can get a Complete list ? I am using the list in the books. I would like just a text list . Most of the sites have picture of the covers that make it too much of a file for my pc printer. I have about 100 plus. collected in the one year since I started. I wish there was a sequel to The Walking Drum.
William Hall <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Fort mcMurray, Alberta Canada - Monday, September 27 at 13:19:39 (PDT)
My job has me on the road daily; I'm always eager to resume the Sackett adventures on audio, so far the county library has been my source. These stories, characters, morals remind me of the good adventures of 1950s tv! Thanks for the talented voice of D. Straithain--that Tell Sackett, what a hero!
Sacramento, Ca USA - Sunday, September 26 at 22:58:35 (PDT)
I have enjoyed all the books that I have collected that Louis L'Mour wrote; and a person almost feels like they're in the story as they read it. He was a storyteller that cannot be compared unto! His travels amaze me. I am close to collecting all of his paperback books written, thou, new ones keep coming out on the shelves of his writings found in his personal possessions. Hope you find more of his writings. May there be a road!!!! God Bless!
Marvin Stow <email@example.com>
Lebanon, MO USA - Sunday, September 26 at 19:17:56 (PDT)
I am a huge fan of Louis La'Amour's stories of the west. everytime i get my hands on one, i wont put it down until i'm done.
Carlos Ketebengang <MUNCHY04@HOTMAIL.COM>
Saipan, MP USA - Sunday, September 26 at 18:53:16 (PDT)
I have read his books for over 35 years, and I still reread all that I have and can find.
Fitzgerald, Ga USA - Sunday, September 26 at 07:24:21 (PDT)
I love reading the books. now that i am married i tried to get my husband into reading also, and he has a hard time reading them, cause of his english. i did find a couple of Louis Lamour books in spanish, does any one know where i can find some more of these books(in spanish). would greatly be appreciated if any one can direct me to a web page. Thanks. when contacting me please put Louis Lamour in subject. Thanks
wi USA - Saturday, September 25 at 18:12:52 (PDT)
I have been a tremendous fan of Louis L'amour for many years, I have most of his books and enjoy reading them over and over again. When life gets to be too much, they take me away on an adventure in another place and time.
Roseanne Ommen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Jacksonville, IL USA - Friday, September 24 at 12:45:06 (PDT)
best writer of all times , is a great loss to his devoted readers , wish i could of met him personally
ken drummond <email@example.com>
brisbane , qld AUSTRALIA - Wednesday, September 22 at 03:14:16 (PDT)
I would like to know if you can still get the L'Amour collection through time life. Where they send you a new book every month or so.
Roberta Jean Bright Borror <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Garnett, KS USA - Tuesday, September 21 at 22:07:45 (PDT)
I started reading Louis L'Amour books back in the late 60s. I don't believe there were any I missed that was out back then. Just started rereading them lately and they are still the best of all.
Steve Uzzell <email@example.com>
Springfield, MO USA - Tuesday, September 21 at 19:35:31 (PDT)
I have over 100 of Louis's books and am working on getting all of them. Excellent reading, especially the Sacketts. Thank you very much.
Cliff Trimble <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Mountain Home, Ark., Ark USA - Tuesday, September 21 at 13:14:58 (PDT)
I am a personal fan of yours. I have read a lot of your books and have enjoyed everyone of them. I am really glad you have wrote all these books. I am doing a report on Louis L'Amour for my english class.
Brittney Kohler <email@example.com>
Sarasota, FL USA - Tuesday, September 21 at 12:22:30 (PDT)
You have one major supporter of Mr LAmour in Namibia. However, I struggle to get hold of his paperbacks and would love your advice on how to obtain/import them from USA together with prices.
Hein Venter <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Windhoek, Namibia (Africa) - Tuesday, September 21 at 06:44:22 (PDT)
I HAVE THE COMPLETE COLLECTION, BOTH PAPERBACK & LEATHER. I TRAVEL EVERY WEEK AND ALWAYS CARRY ONE TO READ WHILE EATING ALONE. LL IS THE ONLY BOOKS THAT I CARE TO READ, I HAD RATHER READ THEM OVER & OVER THAN CHANCE FINDING THE 1 OUT OF TEN THAT ARE WORTH READING.
DWAYNE STEPHENS <email@example.com>
MESQUITE, TX USA - Monday, September 20 at 06:20:01 (PDT)
I first started reading LL in 1978. I think the title was The Iron Marshal. Been reading ever since. Some I have read 3 and 4 times. Now I'm reading the books alphabetically, and reading the bound volumes when they come in. Louis could make a story flow like no other. I have read other Authors, but I re-read L'amour. My Son and Grandson, and Grandaughter read them also. I find that re-reading, I find things that I missed on the first or second reading. His books are like a fine wine, they need to be read slowly, to savor the flavor.
William Mayfield <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Williamson, Ga USA - Saturday, September 18 at 14:53:54 (PDT)
Screwy Louie. Nice site.
Josh Lamour <email@example.com>
Los Gatos, CA USA - Friday, September 17 at 23:38:11 (PDT)
I'm a huge fan of Louis. My Dad first read L'Amour's stories outloud to me when I was in Kindergarden. I still read them (many times over)!
Amanda Ilene Simmons <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Eureka, CA USA - Friday, September 17 at 14:32:46 (PDT)
I write this at a sad time. One week ago we buried my brother John, it was John who gave me my first Louis L'Amour book when I was aged about 14. He said here read this and from then on I was hooked and have read every book since including The Sackett Companion. I will miss debating with my brother which book is best I preferred The Empty Land he liked Rielly's Luck. Good bye John thanks for introducing me to the greatest western writer ever and take care on your final journey. Paddy
Patrick Davis <Suzband@hotmail>
England - Friday, September 17 at 03:57:29 (PDT)
I STARTED READING WESTERNS LATE IN LIFE. I AM 38 YEARS OLD. THE FIRST WESTERN NOVEL I PICKED UP WAS BY MR L'AMOUR. HOPALONG CASSIDY. I WAS HOOKED. UNFORTUNATLY MY PUBLIC LIBRARY DOES NOT RENEW ANY MORE BOOKS BY MR L'AMOUR. I HAVE READ EVERY BOOK ALBEIT A SMALL RANGE. THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES.
SELVAN CHETTY <MAHARAJR@HOSAF.CO.ZA>
DURBAN SOUTH AFRICA, KZN SOUTH AFRICA - Friday, September 17 at 00:03:29 (PDT)
Have enjoyed reading his books for years. My wife found your website for me. Have been looking for long time the first Sackett book, Sackett's Land and my wife found it. Now can get caught up with other Sackett books finally.
Larry Shaffer <email@example.com>
colorado springs, Co USA - Thursday, September 16 at 21:56:51 (PDT)
My grandfather(my hero)has read Louis L'Amour books since i was a very young boy. I never could understand how he could start reading a book and not put it down for several hours. Well I got curious one day and picked up a Louis L'Amour book and started reading, I also didn't put the book down for several hours. I now find myself going to bookstores and checking my "list" to see if I can find ones I havn't read yet. I am very thankful for the website. Louis L'Amour has made a great impresion on my life. By reading his books and poetry i learn more about myself. Thank you.
Joseph Lee Skorick <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Minot, ND USA - Wednesday, September 15 at 17:46:33 (PDT)
I have been reading Louis LAmour books now for about a year, now I am running my wife nuts looking for books that I havent read...I am disabled and have stopping smoking after 50 years and have a lot of time on my hands....Thanks so Much for your books..........
James Deaton <email@example.com>
Mena, Ar USA - Tuesday, September 14 at 18:09:18 (PDT)
I first became aware of reading a Louis L'Amour book while on my ranch located on the Verde River about 10 miles downriver from Camp Verde in Yavapai County, Arizona. The character in this novel (I don't recall the name) was riding from the Gila River, up through the Bradshaw Mountains and across to Hardscrabble Mesa on the Mogollon Rim. Suddenly I realized that the logical route to take at that time, before the advent of the Black Canyon Highway, was to drop over the East end of Mingus Mountain, cross the Verde Valley and ride up Fossil Creek Canyon to Hardscrabble Mesa. And this would take him through what,in the 1960s, was the headquarters of my ranch. I was hooked. I'm now past 80 in age and retired. I have read most of Louis L'Amour's and the last novel I read (for the second or third time) was "The Walking Drum". One of his best, I believe. I am currently reading, for the first time, "Education of a Wandering Man. I deeply regret not having taken the time to meet the man.
Dick Hubbard <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Phoenix, Arizona USA - Tuesday, September 14 at 16:58:13 (PDT)
Reader since college days;now trying to get a collection completed through the Random House Publishers.
Dan Collins <email@example.com>
Mount Dora, FL USA - Monday, September 13 at 13:26:50 (PDT)
Recently, I drove through the Tennessee mountains and was reminded of my boyhood "adventures" with the Sacketts. Many times it felt like I was riding with Tell and Tyrel, thanks to some great writing. Thank you for continuing to keep those adventures alive!
Topher Maddox <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Baltimore, MD USA - Monday, September 13 at 07:08:07 (PDT)
HI, WANT TO THANK YOU FOR RERELEASING SACKETT SERIES ON TAPE ENJOYED EVERYONE OF THEM. I DO HAVE 2 QUESTIONS, DID YOUR DAD EVER SY WHY HE SKIPPED 200 YEARS BETWEEN JUBAL SACKETT TO RJDE THE RIVER? ALSO WOULD LIKE TOO KNOW IF YOUR GOING TOO RELEASE ANY NOVELS ON TAPE? THANKS FOR YOUR TIME B
BRUCE L. DEARDORFF <email@example.com>
ANAHEIM, CA USA - Saturday, September 11 at 22:40:03 (PDT)
I grew up hearing much about Louis L'Amour and have recently started my own collection of his books. I intend to pass my love of his books on to my children!
R. Ballard <firstname.lastname@example.org>
New Plymouth, ID USA - Saturday, September 11 at 22:13:25 (PDT)
i like this site. greetings from germany, simon
Ferienhaus auf Elba
Germany - Saturday, September 11 at 13:11:53 (PDT)
Nice work, keep up the good work .
Graham Copsey <email@example.com>
Buckspot, ME USA - Saturday, September 11 at 10:35:48 (PDT)
I JUST LOVE ALL THE BOOKS I READ. IM 63 AND JUST LOVE ALL THE PEOPLE IN ALL THE STORYS, YOU FEEL LIKE YOUR THE PERSON HE IS RITING ABOUT
SANDY MCCAULEY <TWOMCCAULEY@AOL.COM>
LAFAYETTE, LA USA - Saturday, September 11 at 10:23:12 (PDT)
I have been a big fan of Louis Lamour books for years. Now my 20 year old son has started reading them. We love them. Thanks for the adventure we have through his books.
Debbie Hopkins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Swainsboro, GA USA - Friday, September 10 at 17:44:12 (PDT)
I have been a Louis
L'Amour fan for as long as I can remember. He's one of my favorite western fiction writers.
Carolyn Black <email@example.com>
LaGrange, Ga USA - Friday, September 10 at 10:19:50 (PDT)
Louis L'Amour "culture" has been passed through 3 generations of my family. We've all grown up in the outdoors and we recognize so much of the history and scenery.
Jody Fay Sweeney <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Chattaroy, W USA - Thursday, September 09 at 10:28:20 (PDT)
Currently I started attending the leadership academy in Idaho. This school believes in Thomas Jefferson education like in the story the Lonesome Gods. Because our school is so poor since it is barely starting out we don't even have a library but I do so enjoy reading the books they recommend to me.
Melissa Mace <email@example.com>
Blackfoot, ID USA - Wednesday, September 08 at 20:53:19 (PDT)
My dad loved Louis L'amour books,I am named after one of the characters in his novels.Father passed away in 2000.I never asked him what inspired him to call his firstborn child Olga,how can you help me find the book that contains this character,I will be forever thankfull. Sincerely Olga
OLGA MORENO <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Laguna Niguel, CA USA - Sunday, September 05 at 12:44:38 (PDT)
When a book by Louis was in hand, either western or adventure, it brought a desire to see, to learn more about this country than any other author. My first was Hondo, and it kept me wanting more and more.
Robert D. Walker <Baraish1@wmconnect.com>
Harrington, DE USA - Saturday, September 04 at 04:02:41 (PDT)
I've been reading and re-reading his books for over 40 years and can still enjoy them & learn more about our great country.
Dorene Tompkins <email@example.com>
USA - Friday, September 03 at 19:23:21 (PDT)
His passing was truly a tragedy.I have collected his works since about age ten. My grandfather and I are both avid readers for over fifteen years now. I currently own all but a few of Louis's books and do not have enough book- cases for all of them,sad to say.I was excited to find some of his new books out and bought them immediatly.Thanks a million to the LaMour family for contiuing on with Louis' work! God bless!
grants, nm USA - Friday, September 03 at 19:08:52 (PDT)
I read my first Louis Lamour novel (The Sacket Brand) over 30 years ago. Until I lost them (stolen out of moving van) I had all Lamour Novels westerns, sci-fi, and etc. Ihave hooked my father in law, sons, and son-in-laws hooked. He is missed.
StevenD. Teifel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Camano Island, WA USA - Thursday, September 02 at 14:50:23 (PDT)
"with these hands" is a great short story........read it with pleasure and imagination...................
william ireson <email@example.com>
temple hills, md USA - Wednesday, September 01 at 16:38:34 (PDT)
Just began reading the five L'Amour books loaned to me by my son and can't get enough. Hope to add to this collection and hopefully get through all of them before my eyesight goes. Truly great reading.
Mr. Al <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Canton, NY USA - Wednesday, September 01 at 10:47:43 (PDT)
I have 27 of the leather bound books & would love to get the rest.How can I get a list to finish my collection.I think louis was the greatest writer to ever live.Will leave my collection to grand children.
Al Jones <al4casa@AOL.com>
caney, ok USA - Wednesday, September 01 at 08:13:50 (PDT)
I have ,in soft cover, all Louis' books except May there be a road-- A trail of memories and the Sackett companion. Louis stole my heart with the first book I read and there will never be another. Altho many writters try. My shelf of his books is my alter to his memory.
Anna Jordan <ASaphira1@wmconnect.com>
Fayetteville, Ar USA - Sunday, August 29 at 20:29:41 (PDT)
My dad used to read Louis back in the 1970's, and on some camping trips, I read a couple of his books along with a couple of other westerns. As we were preparing to go camping this summer, I remembered the previous experience, and took a few along. Man Called Noon, Kilkenny, then I started on the Sacketts. This was about 6 weeks ago; I've just about completed the Sackett series, along with some Chantry & Talon books. I know what I'll put on my XMAS list this year. I like the way the Tinker found his way into many of the books. He sure got around.
Keith Hart <email@example.com>
CA USA - Sunday, August 29 at 10:06:01 (PDT)
I have only been reading Louis L'Amour books for about 9 months now, but I am totally captivated by him. He is a wonderful writer and never uses foul language. His books are good for anyone to read and I am hooked on him. I only have 52 of his books so far, but I am collecting them as I locate them. God rest your soul Louis, and thank you for all you have done for all the readers in the country. You were amazing to say the least!
Linda Nolf <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Pennsylvania Furnace, PA USA - Saturday, August 28 at 18:08:51 (PDT)
Thank you, You were the best, hands down!
Whitmire, S.C. USA - Friday, August 27 at 17:41:08 (PDT)
Have been reading Louie for more than 50 years. Read and reread most of everthing he has written. Never vulgar or harmeful to women! God Bless the memory of Louis LaMour
Glen Vogel <email@example.com>
Spanaway, WA USA - Friday, August 27 at 02:53:16 (PDT)
I have just come into ownership of 107 Louis L'Amour books in paper-back editions. Where can I find an alphabetical listing of all of his books, broken into "Novels", "Short Story Collections", "Sackett Titles" and "Non-fiction"? Your help would be appreciated very much as I want to have th4e complete set of his books.
Betty Full <firstname.lastname@example.org>
USA - Thursday, August 26 at 11:43:12 (PDT)
The first book I read was "Haunted Mesa" and I have been hooked ever since. I did not like that kind of book before, but was a convert after a few pages. Since my eyesight started going I have switched to Oral books.
David Watts <email@example.com>
Hyannis, MA USA - Wednesday, August 25 at 12:06:49 (PDT)
Louis was one of Tom Landry's favorite authors and I was curious to find out what kind of writing would attract an NFL coaching legend. That was 14 years ago. I got hooked and passed the word along to my sons. The timeless trials and courage woven through countless struggles has encouraged me many times over; especially during extended solitude away from home. My one regret - I never met him.
Bruce Roberts <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Dallas, TX USA - Wednesday, August 25 at 06:11:03 (PDT)
My father always encouraged me to read Louis L'Amour. He loved his stories. Now, and 12 years after my dad's passing, I've discovered a most wonderful experience. I think I might have loved being a member of the Sackett family. I understand Mr. L'Amour once owned property in the Walker Basin which is very near where I live. It's a beautiful area and could have inspired his descriptions of California landscape.
Nancy Ann Walker <email@example.com>
Kernville, CA USA - Monday, August 23 at 20:02:09 (PDT)
I LOVE Louis L'Amour! I am a big western fan. The fact that his books are historically correct and factual is a big draw for me. I love all the neat little notes about real rangers and lawmen he put infront of his short stories. I am also a big fan of his detective short stories, like the ones about Kip Morgan. I am a die hard fan of his and will be to the day I die!!
Sam Renkoski <firstname.lastname@example.org>
mo USA - Monday, August 23 at 10:56:50 (PDT)
I have been an avid fan of Louis L'Amour for many years and have collected almost all of his books in hard cover, from Bantam Books. I love his stories and have read most of them several times. I also have several of his Audio Tapes. Hoping to complete my collections. Thankyou for setting up such a wonderful Website.
Carole J. McLeod <email@example.com>
Buck Lake, AB Canada - Sunday, August 22 at 20:37:33 (PDT)
My Dad was a big fan of Louis L'Amuor since he was a kid. I did not know how much until after his death in 1996. that is when I move all of his book collection to my home. I have started reading these books and it feels like iI have traveled back in time. What a great feeling!!! Is there some place to get a full list of his books...Thanks...
Pat Nowell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Biloxi, Ms USA - Sunday, August 22 at 18:22:24 (PDT)
I got started reading Louis L'Amour when I was in Iraq last year. His books engulfed my free time during the war. I enjoy them so much I can't stop buying them.
Clarksville, TN USA - Sunday, August 22 at 15:25:49 (PDT)
I've read several different western authors but none hold a candle to Louis L,Amour. He will be missed.
Edagr D. Marvin <wanted email@example.com>
Wilmington , DE USA - Sunday, August 22 at 13:30:38 (PDT)
I started reading Louis L'Amour's books shortly after completing all of Zane Grey's, with a ordeal with my parents regarding content. Thank You, for the clean reading. About 20 years ago I set out on an adventure to ride and camp in the location that Mr. L'Amour made so real to me as a boy. I am a grandfather now, and my youngest grandson is becoming interested in the Frontier that Louis L'Amour brought to life in his books.
Jim Solomon <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sevierville, TN USA - Sunday, August 22 at 11:15:02 (PDT)
my grandfather started me reading louis la'mour when i was a young teen. often times we would discuss each book. i am now in my 40's and still read them today. my grandpa is in heaven now with mr la'mour. thank you for such wonderful books and memories!
gary baker <email@example.com>
roseburg, oregon USA - Sunday, August 22 at 10:29:07 (PDT)
Louis and I corresponded a couple of times about his vision of the western town "Shalako", which he thought would be just out of Durango onsome land he owned. One summer I met him at the San Juan Club, at Tammaron, a resort out of Durango where I believe he held a Condo. He was at breakfast when I spoke with him. He said "you will have to excuse me if I seem a little emotional this morning. Yesterday was my birthday and my friends, the Rangers of Mesa Verde National Park invited me out to the park after it closed. They had kindling set in many of the ancient cliff dwellings and at dark they lit all the fires at the same time. It must have been just the way it was".
Greg Baker <greg@firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sherwood, OR USA - Friday, August 20 at 12:38:42 (PDT)
You're website looks very good, congratulations.. ;)
USA - Thursday, August 19 at 14:47:42 (PDT)
I am a legally deaf/blind college student at Western Michigan University majoring in English with an emphasis on creative writing. I enjoy reading many different types of books by various authors. I discovered L’Amour’s books a while ago. If I remember right, my first book by him was “Brionne.” I enjoyed it and I decided that I would try another. Now, after 35 books, I will always be a fan of his great stories. His detail in describing the scenery and characters of the old west is one of a kind. His books are always fun to read and have provided me with many hours of enjoyment. I wish the L’Amour family all the best. Andy
Andy Brown <email@example.com>
Ludington, MI USA - Thursday, August 19 at 14:47:10 (PDT)
Have been an avid reader since my childhood and now that I have retired, I am indulging myself by reading my aavorite author Louis L'Amour. At present I have over seventy of his paperback books and am endeavoring to get the entire collection. Please keep us updated on all new books that you have found among his things and are now in print. Thanks for the lovely hours I have spent reading. Too bad our children do not have the love of reading that our parents instilled in us. Of course, we did not have TV and other electronic playtoys that our young people have today. Sincerely, Ruth Macdonald
Ruth Macdonald <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Morganton, NC USA - Thursday, August 19 at 03:07:20 (PDT)
One of most prized possessions is an autograph from Mr. L'Amour along with a short note that I received just before this great person was lost to us. It is in a paperback copy of Law of the Desert Born, (the authorized one, not the knockoff). I also have many of the Bantam hardbacks, but was unable at the time to complete the collection. So if you have any of those to sell, contact me.
Donn Treece <email@example.com>
Thornton, CO USA - Saturday, August 14 at 11:52:35 (PDT)
I just wont to say how much I enjoy Mr.L'Amour books.I am in Iraq and brought some of his books with me and my wife sends them to me as I need them.Thanks!
ROY E. HENSON <firstname.lastname@example.org>
USA - Saturday, August 14 at 01:26:57 (PDT)
started reading when i joined the army 18 years ago. have read one of his books nearly every week since. i was born 100 years to late.
Robert Dearmon <email@example.com>
millry,, al USA - Thursday, August 12 at 20:01:15 (PDT)
My mother-in-law handed me my first Louis L'Amour book, and out of politeness I took it "A western? What am I, a 22 year old African-American, to do with a western." She gave me the book because I had recently redescovered a love for reading. When I had read every book I had, I decided to give Louis a try thinking "This is a short story atleast the pain will be over quickly." Well, let me tell you. The pain has lasted almost 4 years and it has been the sweetest, most enjoyable "pain" I, sorry Louis, can imagine. Not only did my mother-in-law hand me a friend for life when she handed the book. She also gave me a common intrest and a new bond with my Grandfather. I love her for showing me the sign that lead to the path of Mr. L'Amour and his stories. And I love Louis for showing me what a Man really is and that life is made in the decisions and actions we take. My collection has grown over the years and will continue to grow in years to come. But I will never be tired or bored when I sit down at night, turn on my reading lamp, sip on a glass of ice cold water, and ride the trails or put on a pair of boxing gloves or just share thoughts with the best friend I will never meet...Mr. Louis L'Amour.
Joey Pendleton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Norcross, GA USA - Thursday, August 12 at 08:43:34 (PDT)
From the age of 13 i have been reading and collecting books by louis lamour. NOw I have collected almost all the books written by him.
RIYAZ IBRAHIM <email@example.com>
MALE', REPUBLIC OF MALDIVES - Wednesday, August 11 at 13:11:49 (PDT)
It was nice to be here.
Gray Dorance <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Buckspot, ME USA - Wednesday, August 11 at 12:57:15 (PDT)
Started reading Louis in 1988 after my car wreck. Since that time I can't seem to put the books down. McMurtry and Johnston are ok but go into too much detail about sex and taking a crap and such.They just don't compare.
John Hight <Johnhight@earthlink.net>
Pima, AZ USA - Tuesday, August 10 at 16:56:37 (PDT)
I have almost all of Louis books and have read all of them many times . What I am intrested in is how many books he wrote under Tex Burns and Jim Mayo and what are the book names Jim Mayo -utah Blaine Tex Burns -Hopalong Cassidy Trouble shooter Is there any more I love his books Stay in there dont let them die Jimmy L Ross email@example.com
Jimmy L, Ross <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Amarillo, tx USA - Tuesday, August 10 at 11:51:37 (PDT)
I Love Reading his books. I feel Like I could have lived in those days.
Richard Wiens <email@example.com>
Winnipeg, MB Canada - Monday, August 09 at 14:54:20 (PDT)
the first book of louis l'amour's i ever read was the "the proving trail" and that was about 25 years ago, i've been a fan ever since. Unfortunately i have lost most of my collection, so i am now in the process recollecting.
birmingham, UK - Monday, August 09 at 07:20:49 (PDT)
L'Amour's writing has stirred something in me that I didn't know was there.
Sherman McElwain <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Harpursville, NY USA - Monday, August 09 at 06:06:28 (PDT)
Fairly new to Louis L'Amour but totally involved. I am interested in the LL Collection series but would like to purchase by the titles I prefer - not a fixed monthly book.
Richard A. Keilwitz <email@example.com>
Littleton, CO USA - Sunday, August 08 at 21:14:32 (PDT)
My brother has gotten me interested in Louis L'amour stories. I was trying to find how to subscribe to the magazine. Since beginning to look up the maazine, one thing lead to another and here I am, signing your guest book. I'm sorry I didn't know about Louis L'amour years ago....Billie J Ramsey
Billie Joe Ramsey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Kansas City, Mo USA - Sunday, August 08 at 10:53:17 (PDT)
I really enjoy the Louis L'Amour books. He was a great man to write such stories. I would like to have known him in person. The children he has are a legacy to him. God Bless you all and may all your dreams become reality. and thank you that are
Autry Mc/Coy Tackett Jr. <email@example.com>
Martinsville, IN USA - Saturday, August 07 at 23:57:10 (PDT)
I am a 48 year old man and I have been reading his books since I was 13. I have taken so many trips thru his stories that I just cant get enough. thank you
Dusty Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Casselberry, Fla USA - Saturday, August 07 at 20:09:21 (PDT)
Just discovered that i am missing a few books from the leatherette collection and hoping to find them. Have read all the ones I have at least twice each (some more)and am an avid fan.
Chuck Mason <email@example.com>
Geronimo, OK USA - Saturday, August 07 at 11:22:34 (PDT)
Tom Voyles <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Clinton Twp, MI USA - Friday, August 06 at 17:44:56 (PDT)
Hi Beau.... beautiful, scenic website.
USA - Friday, August 06 at 17:33:57 (PDT)
As a kid my Grandma introduced me to Louis L'Amour. From that point on i said that he was one of my best friends. Sounds weird but, he brought to life the people and times of the old west. His books brought comfort to me. His Sackett series was and still is my favorite. If only more families were like that. May God Bless the L'Amour family. Thank you!
Eric Olsen <email@example.com>
everett, wa USA - Friday, August 06 at 12:17:21 (PDT)
The best writer of all time! Started my collection by getting a couple books from a flea market vendor in 1994. Never bought a book from a store, just picked them up here and there. Now I have the entire collection but 3. Just finished Hondo. My favorites are Crossfire Trail, Comstock Lode, Daybreakers, and Bendigo Shafter. Favorite character is Tell Sackett. Awesome books!!!
Dean Troyer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sugarcreek, OH USA - Friday, August 06 at 12:17:20 (PDT)
Hi There! I was wondering if anyone could tell me what book features a character named Trenton in it? My husband liked the name from one of Louis L'Amour's novels, but I don't know which one and he can't remember. We just named our son Trenton and I want to write down in his baby book just where my husband got the name. Thanks!
Tina Nelson <email@example.com>
San Juan Capistrano, CA USA - Thursday, August 05 at 16:29:11 (PDT)
Being from West Texas, I feel a kindred spirit with a lot of Louis's characters. I have most of the "collection" in my library and have read them over and over throught out the years. I take one of his short story books to bed other wise I would be reading all night......t
Waco, Texas USA - Thursday, August 05 at 13:57:47 (PDT)
I have always respected and admired the writings of Louis L'Amour since I first opened one of his books when I was 5. I have made my career in Law enforcement and have always tried to meet the standards of my father and of the characters in Louis L'Amours novels. They have always stood me in good stead. We need more men like Louis L'Amour.
Larry Don Reynolds <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Wichita, ks USA - Tuesday, August 03 at 14:27:42 (PDT)
I love this genere of books and movies. Louis L'Amour is amoung the best.
USA - Monday, August 02 at 15:59:35 (PDT)
I recently started re-reading some of his which I have read some 2 or 3 times. That is what had me look for this site. I felt a need to write this as the first book I ever read willingly (not for school) was Utah Blaine. I haven't stopped for almost 30 years. Louis remains my favorite author.
Jerry Hampton <email@example.com>
Conifer, CO USA - Sunday, August 01 at 16:19:09 (PDT)
I started reading the Louis L'amour Series a few years ago and I thoroughly enjoy them. There just isn't anyone who can write quite like Louis L'amour. Thanks.
Jeff Davis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Winkler, MB Canada - Sunday, August 01 at 15:43:16 (PDT)
I started reading Louis' books in the Navy about 1978, I couldn't put it down! I have now or have had every one of his paperbacks, including two first print Hondo's. I love them and reccomend them to everyone to read.
Winston Tucker Jr. <email@example.com>
Galaltin, TN USA - Saturday, July 31 at 20:19:19 (PDT)
Hi, My step-dad, we call him POP. He has I guess almost every book by Louis L'Amour. He loves them and I am always searching for new things to show him. The web sight is great. Pop doesn't have access to the web, but he loves the information I can show him. Thanks
Penny Stewart <Prainbows@aol.com>
Opelika, AL USA - Saturday, July 31 at 19:39:33 (PDT)
I have been reading these books from grade school, to early middle age. Rereading a Louis L'Amour book is like becomining reaquanted with an old friend. Thank you. Earl Eby
Earl Eby <EarlEby@MSN.com>
Huntingdon, Pa USA - Saturday, July 31 at 05:24:17 (PDT)
I am 78 years old and am still hooked on your Father's prose. Just re-read for the umpteenth time his: LAST OF THE BREED and cry to think there will not be a sequel. Weren't there notes he had made to complete Joe Mack's revenge? Please consider a ghost writer for same.
Clarke S Lampard <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cherry Valley, CA USA - Friday, July 30 at 10:26:27 (PDT)
Louis L'Amour is the greatest writer of our time. He has no equal,nor will there ever be an equal to L'Amour. Beau and Family, keep up the good work....
Gary D. Wilson <GaryWilson67@aol.com>
WIchita Falls, Tx USA - Thursday, July 29 at 21:38:57 (PDT)
I have, with the exception of several short stories' collections, and the novels "Hills of Homocide" and "Crossfire Trail", every leather hardcover Louis L'Amour novel autographed by Louis L'Amour from his collection sold through Bantam Books decades earlier. Ever since a teenager, I've read and re-read his novels; I never tire of his tales.
E. McNair <email@example.com>
Brandon, Fla. USA - Thursday, July 29 at 17:30:34 (PDT)
i have been reading louis l'amour books sence i was 10 back in the 1960 when thay come out in leather bound books and i still love reading them for thay put out the fealings of who he was talking about
steve butler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
conway, ar USA - Wednesday, July 28 at 21:06:47 (PDT)
excellent books for all ages. i never read books before until i started to read the l'amour collection. i have collected all of his books except for 7 novels. mostly the newest ones. i have about 35 % of the books in first print editions
scott mcginlay <email@example.com>
terrace, b.c. Canada - Wednesday, July 28 at 18:44:46 (PDT)
I enjoy his books and so does my family.
burney, ca USA - Wednesday, July 28 at 13:40:02 (PDT)
My husband AND myself are avid readers of anything we can get ahold of by Mr.L'Amour. He tells it like it was really happening, right then, wonderfull, exciting.
Leona Ashlock <@4state.com>
Galena, KS USA - Tuesday, July 27 at 19:44:21 (PDT)
Love your site! About time there was a site dedecated to Louis L'Amour.
USA - Tuesday, July 27 at 14:21:17 (PDT)
Thanks for a great website!
Matthew S. Pastell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Hornbrook, CA USA - Monday, July 26 at 17:44:40 (PDT)
When I was in the 8th grade in 1982 a teacher gave me my first Lamour book. I never wanted to read before. It it because of Louis Lamour that I now love to read.
Steve Hiebert <email@example.com>
St. Francis, MN USA - Monday, July 26 at 14:26:35 (PDT)
Such beautiful work,so real that I feel as if I'm riding with Hondo,and every Woman should know how it feel to kiss a man before she dies.
Preston Whiting II <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Los Angeles, Ca. USA - Monday, July 26 at 08:59:27 (PDT)
I started reading Louis L'amour when I was 13 and never stopped. My collection keeps growing.
Saline , MI USA - Saturday, July 24 at 22:11:32 (PDT)
MY MOTHER FOUND A COLLECTION OF EVERY L.L. PAPERBACK BOOK EVER PUBLISHED...SHOULD BE SOME GREAT READING!!!
MARILOU FASH <email@example.com>
Plano, TX USA - Saturday, July 24 at 13:38:44 (PDT)
I love to read western books and watch western movies. When I finish one of your books which usually takes me two days for the soft back one. I have a hard time laying the book down for the stories are so interesting. I have just started reading again so I plan to start collecting your books. I had to wride down the titles of them ones so I don't buy the same one over.
San Antonio, TX USA - Friday, July 23 at 20:35:53 (PDT)
Born at the other end of the world,India I started reading Louis along time ago.. and have not stopped.My father was a fan and thanks to him I started reading Louis L'amour.I have been a western fan and a "cowboy" .I even brought the few Louis's I had with me over into Canada and still continue my search for his books.Recently my wife gave me one of the best gifts I've ever had.The entire Sackett collection.I've read the 50 odd books I have dozens of times and I can honestly say the code by which his men and women lived by is something thats burned into me.Given a few more years I can say with pride...I will own every title of his.Louis was an amazing author and is my favourite.
Gavin Pereira <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Mississauga, ON Canada - Friday, July 23 at 19:01:06 (PDT)
My uncle is a big fan of Mr. L'Amour. He is always reading his books. In fact it is the only one he reads.Is there any way you can send a list of all his books including new ones.Also could you send a list of books that has been made into movies. These would be great gifts. Thank you, lisa
fouke,ar, usa USA - Friday, July 23 at 15:47:59 (PDT)
I truly enjoy reading and re-reading Author L'Amour's novels, poetry and short stories...this website is just great. Thanks.
Gloria S. Sims <email@example.com>
Fullerton, CA USA - Friday, July 23 at 13:45:51 (PDT)
I am 27 years old and I just finished my FIRST Louis L'amour book, "Sackett's Land". I loved it and want to start reading more. I was told this was the first of the "Sackett" series. I want to read all of them so can you tell me in what order were they written and how can I get these. IF any of you who read this might have some to get rid of I would be glad to have them to read. Thanks!!!
Daniel Goodman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Abbeville, LA USA - Thursday, July 22 at 13:43:41 (PDT)
My husband and I have read and re-read L'amour's books. We agree with one comment previously made that most of his novels should not be made into movies. If any are, Spielburg should indeed be the film-maker. I'm teaching American lit. this year. As always, in order to get teenage boys to read, I will have some Louis L'amour books on the "borrow me" shelf.
Ingrid Stogner <email@example.com>
Manning, SC USA - Thursday, July 22 at 07:59:45 (PDT)
I started reading Louis L'Amour's books over 40 years ago. I was in the Army and bought the paperbacks wherever we were stationed. At my last assignment in Hawaii, I saw in the last paperback I had bought a form about hard cover books. I have had all his books in hard cover for many years now. I have found that I can read them again after 4 or 5 years. I may remember something in the book, but not enough so as to make it uninteresting. His books are not only entertaining but also filled with history and philosophy. I learn something new every time I read one of his books. I am so thankful for such a womderful author and for the work his family has been doing since his death. Thank you.
Vince Grande <firstname.lastname@example.org>
St. Cloud, FL USA - Thursday, July 22 at 07:57:21 (PDT)
I started reading his books when I was in the Marine Corp. in the "70`s". I have all of his books .I really miss a new one not coming out every year.
Randy Cain <email@example.com>
Hazel Green, Al USA - Tuesday, July 20 at 13:00:53 (PDT)
I found your site while looking for an answer to a question. I have been reading Louis L'Amour for 37 years, when my first daughter was just five. I have collected about 100 of his books. Recently I bought 90 of his paperback books at a yard sale for $5.00. My question: Do I keep the newer editions or the ones which originally sold for .60 and .75 each? The newer ones are in better shape, not dog-eared and torn spines, but the older ones even though yellowed and battered seem more like family. I have read and re-read them and I am always suggesting them to friends for good reading. Does anyone have an answer for me?
DyAnn Houston <rooster@redrock>
Orem, UT USA - Tuesday, July 20 at 06:36:04 (PDT)
I HAVE PICTURES OF YOU & YOUR WIFE WHEN YOU WERE THE GRAND MARSHALLS--YEARS AGO--IN A PARADE, HERE IN PHOENIX; SURE WISH I COULD HAVE MET YOU PERSONALLY, BEFORE YOU WENT ON TO "YOUR HOME IN GLORY"
RON HARRIS <firstname.lastname@example.org>
SHOWLOW, AZ USA - Sunday, July 18 at 07:48:25 (PDT)
I would like to thank my father for giving me my first Sackett novel when I was about 12. I have been an avbid fan ever since.
Ralph Presnell <email@example.com>
wilmington , nc USA - Saturday, July 17 at 20:36:56 (PDT)
I enjoy all the books and movies that you put out. Continue the great work!.
Dennis N. Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Kaibeto, AZ USA - Saturday, July 17 at 16:58:49 (PDT)
I agree with Mr. Eberhaard who wrote in March of 2004, I think at least some of Mr. L'Amour's books should be on the "must read" selection for schools. Not only is his writing entertaining and pleasant to read, but it is truly a history lesson. It would be good for our youth to read from an American writer who did such fine research and wrote in such a comprehensible way as to make it enjoyable and as though you were really there! I have read all of his books that have been published and have everyone in my library. I treasure them so that I am even reluctant to loan them. They will be passed on to my grandchildren some day.
Plano, TX USA - Friday, July 16 at 19:07:27 (PDT)
I used to drive truck hauling cattle so I have been alot of the places he wrote about. The first time I went across Clinch Mt. I expected to see ma setting in her rocker smoking her pipe at any moment. I have all most all his books I have picked them up all over the US. I have some of his book that are the original copy writes that were my grandmothers. There will never be another like him.
Michael Poe <email@example.com>
Lewisburg, wv USA - Thursday, July 15 at 09:34:07 (PDT)
My dad recently was killed in an accident. Louis L'Amour's books have been a great source of comfort to me in this difficut time. I grew up reading with my dad - normally Loius L'Amour's books - they were always laying around our house so it is comforting to have the familiar tales surround me. Thank you...
IA USA - Wednesday, July 14 at 20:01:14 (PDT)
My dad got me hooked on L'amour westerns about two years ago. Since then I have read 105 Of his books, and I am sure a few more that I can't remember. His books are very interesting to read and I enjoy reading them, even the ones I have read once or twice before. In his novels there is excitement and danger. He was an awesome story-teller, one I shall never forget, through all of my born days.
Bozeman , MT USA - Tuesday, July 13 at 19:36:26 (PDT)
I first read his books back in 1972 just after I got out of the Army. I have read all his books and started collecting the hardbound books from the book club. Even built a book case for them. I'm reading the entire Sackett series from the beginning again and thoroughly enjoying it (again). Someday when I retire and can't be physically active I'll always have my book collection. I can read them over and over and still learn new things. My favorite was "Last of the Breed". I've read it 5 or 6 times. When I check out of this life my son gets the books and he's excited about that (the books). Good luck in your biography research.
Steve Downs <firstname.lastname@example.org>
cedar city, ut USA - Tuesday, July 13 at 13:56:02 (PDT)
It was the winter of 1971-72, I was care taker at the Triangle C Ranch outside of Dubious, WY. when one of the worse blizzards to hit the area in 20 years closed off the ranch from the surrounding area. After reading the few magazine left in the house I found a large cardboard box containing paperback books. In this box were several Louis Lamour westerns. The first book I read was Crossfire Trail, and to this day I still have that book. It is one of several hundred paperback and hard covered Louis Lamour books I have. I miss not having a new novel coming out to read but, I still have the books he did write and have read them numerous times over the years. How I miss him.
Roy Bertolucci <email@example.com>
Bakersfield, Ca USA - Tuesday, July 13 at 11:45:58 (PDT)
I have read all of his books, except the volume of poetry. And would have read that if I had found it. I was killed in the Tall Stranger, Not me really. but a Wes freeman. I have read his books since 1953 and am sorry that we lost him, He was a man to ride the river with.
Wes Freeman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Gadsden, AL USA - Tuesday, July 13 at 01:20:12 (PDT)
love the work, grew up with Dad reading them, he tried to get me interested, but until I spent time on a aircraft carrier as part of the Marine Detachment, I couldn't be bothered. That was my loss, but I have since recovered, and am the proud owner of the complete Louis L'Amour collection, including Louis's signed copy of Frontier by Louis and David Muench.
Robert Clark <email@example.com>
La Mesa, ca USA - Saturday, July 10 at 21:35:06 (PDT)
I picked up Louis Lamour from my father when I was young Louis being the Author of choice in my parents house. Being an avid reader I was immediately swept away into history eagerly losing myself in whatever novel I could lay my hands on. Years have passed and I write this beside a bookcase filled with Louis Lamour books which I have read countless times and still lend to my parents when they visit. It is one of my biggest regrets that Louis never finished The Walking Drum series easily one of my favorite books ever ..... I will always wonder how the story ends. I know that somewhere out there Louis Lamour rides a horse across a vast undiscovered frontier forging his own way with a glint in his eye and a smile on his face heading for the far blue mountains.... Thank you!
Shane Woodford <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Vancouver, BC Canada - Friday, July 09 at 23:02:43 (PDT)
I loved these stories and wish there were more.
Steve Roberts <email@example.com>
Lr. Sackville, NS Canada - Friday, July 09 at 12:56:10 (PDT)
All of the men in my family who read them, affectionately refer to them at a 5th grade class Christmas party when I was 11 years-old. It was the short story book "War Party". It was a little mature for me at the time, but when my Grandpa saw me rereading it perhaps a year later, he handed me a new one of his he'd just finished reading, Radigan I think, & the obsession began. I think by the time I'd reached 16 or so I'd read almost all of them, several in the ice fishing house, & was constantly looking for "the new one" to hit the shelves, as they kept doing for 3 years after I graduated from high school. I've really enjoyed the books over the years & appreciate any new info that comes up. The half-dozen fans in our family all tend to head for the seat with the best view of the room in restaurants...
Long Prairie, Mn USA - Wednesday, July 07 at 10:26:27 (PDT)
BEEN A READER AND COLLECTER FOR OVER FORTY YEARS. HAVE READ EVERY BOOK I HAVE AT LEAST TWICE. AS A RETIRED MARINE MSGT I CAN TRUTHFULLY SAY ALOT OF MY OVERSEAS TOUR WERE MADE A LOT EASIER BY READING LOUIS L'AMOUR BOOKS,THANKS
STACY BROWN <STRTDLD@AOL.>
BEAUFORT, S.C. USA - Tuesday, July 06 at 10:11:18 (PDT)
Hello-another fan here with a qestion for all those readers who have made it through more of his books. My son would love to know how many books Rip Coker is in. He first found him in Utah Blaine and then the Bowdrie short stories. Thanks for your help!
Shirley Gaither <firstname.lastname@example.org>
USA - Tuesday, July 06 at 10:07:50 (PDT)
i started reading louis lamour when i was in the navy in the late 70's. now i have quite a few in hardback. the sacketts are my favorites but i really enjoy them all. thank you very much louis lamour for the best reading anyone could ever want
jeff hatfield <email@example.com>
elkton, md USA - Monday, July 05 at 08:41:03 (PDT)
Being in the military I travel a lot, and I am grateful that there was someone like Mr. L'Amour to keep me busy reading to help pass the time and lonliness. I have read many of his books and am awed at the fact that he can send me back in time and put me at the location of every scene.
Brandon Coffman <TXman_80@yahoo.com>
Alamogordo, NM USA - Sunday, July 04 at 16:42:27 (PDT)
i love his books and movies. he was a great writer the way he writes makes you feel like youre the person hes writing about.
Jason Lister <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Payson, AZ USA - Saturday, July 03 at 20:21:26 (PDT)
I have read Louis L'Amour's books since the 1970s. I think I've read all his novels at least once. Definitely all the Sacketts books a couple of times. His research and personal experiences bring a degree of realism to his work unlike any other writer. I was living in South Dakota when I first found his books; so when he wrote of the Belle Fourche and the Black Hills I felt comfortable. I'm looking forward to the biography.
Douglas Hart <email@example.com>
Atlanta, Ga USA - Saturday, July 03 at 18:43:06 (PDT)
dearly adore Louis L'Amour's work. Each story has a special vibe to it that leaves you on the edge and wanting more! Louis L'Amour really deserves the 2 billion thumbs up he gets from all his fans. Alike or not, everyone loves these books.:)
Hubert, NC USA - Saturday, July 03 at 03:39:38 (PDT)
I can't remember exactly how long I've been reading Louis' books, but certainly since just before I started high school. I still have the original paperback version of War Party that my dad bought in the '70s. Louis' writing not only created characters that grasp and hold the reader's attention, but it also recreates the setting, both time and place, of the "Old West" so vividly that someone like me, who has never been fortunate enough to have seen or visited these places, can feel as if he or she has been there. Books like Bendigo Shafter and A Man Called Noon have inspired me to travel through the Rockies, from New Mexico to Montana, just so I can feel I have walked in the steps of the men and women who inspired Louis Lamour.
Nassau, Bahamas - Friday, July 02 at 18:56:29 (PDT)
I have been reading louis books since my grandad past away. I've aiways like the west since i can remeber i do now address him as uncle louis
tony tamblin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
plymouth, devon uk - Friday, July 02 at 13:26:11 (PDT)
I have been reading his books for about fifteen years now and enjoy all of them. I have started to collect them and was curious what the website had on it.
Brian Fisher <email@example.com>
Medford, OR USA - Thursday, July 01 at 16:15:51 (PDT)
first western i ever read, thanks louis, for the most exciting adventure, i have ever been.
diana williams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
granite city, il USA - Thursday, July 01 at 08:01:26 (PDT)
love this man, writes the best westerns!
diana williams <email@example.com>
granite cityi, il USA - Thursday, July 01 at 07:55:52 (PDT)
This is a really neat site. Louis is revered. And yet creepos have to put porn spam in the guestbook. I just dont get some people.
OR USA - Wednesday, June 30 at 19:28:55 (PDT)
My wife couldn't understand how a book (or series of books) could capture someone's attention and hold it like a good ropin' horse. When I read Louis' books, I literally get lost, and she has to holler to get my attention. I handed her The Haunted Mesa, and she loved it! Now she lets me read in peace. Louis, when I go to that great roundup in the sky, I hope I get to hear you tellin' stories around the greatest campfire in the universe.
Cliff Thibodeau <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Lakeville, MN USA - Friday, June 25 at 15:53:08 (PDT)
I am a long time reader of Louis L'Amour books. I have not read all of them.It is my goal to Read them all.He was a great writer. Thanks
Bob Johnson <OAK4016@aol.com>
Gainesville, Ga USA - Friday, June 25 at 03:36:45 (PDT)
I just finished "Mojave Crossing" for about the 20th time. I have enjoyed this story for many a year. As a Teenager living in Barstow in the 40's and 50's I traveled all over the Mojave Desert and have been to many of the places Mr. Lamour wrote about. When I was sixteen I traveled the route to 29 Palms with 3 other boys on horse back and using Mojave Crossing we found what we thought was the balanced Potato Rock but could not find the entrance to the hidden valley. I have almost the complete paper back collection including his Poetry book "Smoke From This Altar".
Jay H. Dye <email@example.com>
South Lake Tahoe, CA USA - Friday, June 25 at 01:31:47 (PDT)
Started reading Louis L'Amour when the paperback books stareted arriving on the discount store shelves. Didn't have the money for the hard bound. Have enjoyed his works because his research is so thorough. We live close to many of the places he talks about and the history is so interesting. You become a part of his stories. His Sackett family are so real you wonder if he fashioned them over a real family. At the moment I am looking for a complete listing of his books. We have many but in moving we have lost or misplaced many of them. Would it be possible to get a biography of him and a list of his writings? Thank you. Mrs Fergerson 15857 Coleman Ave Ft Lupton, co 80621
Lois Fergerson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Ft Lupton, Co USA - Thursday, June 24 at 09:37:26 (PDT)
I can picture Louis and Ronald "the Gipper" sitting together now with Will Rodgers, Hank Williams singing in the background. We are losing all the good guys! I truely believe that Louis L'amour should be required reading in our school systems. Their is a tremendous void in void in our country and the world since his passing that will never be replaced. We were so very lucky to have him while we did.
Max G Grengs <email@example.com >
Crystal Falls, Mi USA - Thursday, June 24 at 09:10:23 (PDT)
I currently own 91 Louis L'Amour audio books and short stories and continually listen to them. I remain Louis L'Amours biggest fan.
Jim Krieger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Los Angeles, Ca. USA - Wednesday, June 23 at 17:37:44 (PDT)
Have the Lamour collection, enjoy the books.
Sackville, NB Canada - Wednesday, June 23 at 08:07:37 (PDT)
Pa's been a fan since I was a lad. Always tried to git me to read 'em. I wasn't the readin' type. I'd rather have one of those blue slender wriggling channel cattys' on the end of my line. Halloween time came along in my middle years and I read HAUNTED MESA. Good timing! Now I'm done my 7th Sackett in as many days! (Got a boring job) I'm Hooked! Much like those Catties! Although, I am not struggling to get away! I did not like the end of Barnabas. Felt wrong, like it was rushed. Waddaya think?
Milwaukie, OR USA - Tuesday, June 22 at 21:15:02 (PDT)
I've read the entire LL collection at least twice and they get better each time. It was like losing a close relative when Louis died back in '88. I truly regret that I never had the pleasure of meeting him in person. He, in my mind, was a truly great American. His books should be a required read in American History classes. I just finished From The Listening Hills and am trying to decide which one I'm goning to read next.
Bobby Warren <email@example.com>
Pelahatchie, MS USA - Tuesday, June 22 at 19:52:46 (PDT)
My father told me stories of his life in the old west, also living in Indian Territory. His stories held me in complete suspence and awe. My father passed away many years ago, but I still recall all the beautiful adventurous pictres he painted on my mind. I have read every book published of Louis Lamour over and over until they are nearly worn out. His wonderful writings always transport me to the place of which he is writing and hold me captive with awe. There has never been a better author and never will there be anyone who can fill his boots. Thanks for making the Louis Lamour website available. This is my first visit, but now that I have found it, will return often.
Jane WHITE Price <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Carthage, MO USA - Tuesday, June 22 at 17:26:15 (PDT)
I have been reading Louis Lamour's books as long as I can remember.I have collected all of them either in hard back or soft. My wife made sure I got the latest one while I was in vietnam. I remember carring The keylock man and Sackett Brand on patrol. Later I had the pleasure of meeting Mr.Lamore at his house where he signed his latest book for me (Last of the Breed). When my grandson is old enough to read he will start on Louis Lamour novels.Once in a great while somebody comes along that can make a person feel like they are there while rading the book. Mr Lamore was that kind of person.
John DuBois <email@example.com>
Canyon Country, Ca USA - Tuesday, June 22 at 11:20:59 (PDT)
HI, I am forward deployed to Izmir. I was give a L'Amour book by my father many years ago, and have been hooked since. Great website, I will be purchase several books once I double check what I have. Thanks.
Beryl O'Connor <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Izmir, Turkey - Monday, June 21 at 23:20:02 (PDT)
I HAVE BEEN TO THIS WEB-SITE MANY TIMES SO I DIDN'T MISS ANY OF MR.L'AMOUR'S BOOKS, ENJOYED TO EVERY TIME. MY HUSBAND IS DISABLED NOW AND READS EVERYDAY. I STARTED WONDERING WHAT I WAS MISSING. SO I STARTED READING MR. L'AMOURS BOOKS. ENJOYED EVERY ONE. KENNY AND I HAVE READ ALL THE WESTERNS. THANKS FOR TEACHING ME SOMETHING I DIDN'T KNOW I WOULD ENJOY SO MUCH. E. ALEXANDER
KENNY AND EVELYN ALEXANDER
HUNTINGTON BCH, CA USA - Monday, June 21 at 19:03:22 (PDT)
Since I retired, it has been so much fun to be able to recognise places as we drive/explore areas covered by his books. I have really apreciated his detailed discriptions.
Shelton, WA USA - Monday, June 21 at 15:35:35 (PDT)
MY HUSBAND AND I LOVE READING YOUR BOOKS SO MUCH. HE GOT SOME MORE FOR HIS BIRTHDAY AND IT MADE HIM SO HAPPY HE CRIED. YOUR A WONDERFUL MAN AND WE LOVE READING THESES BOOKS. YOUR FAMILY ARE THE LUCKIEST IN THE WORLD TO HAVE SUCH A LOVING,CARING AND DEVOTED HUSBAND AND FATHER AS YOU ARE. MAY GOD BLESS THEM ALWAYS AND MAY WE ALWAYS HAVE PLENTY OF YOUR BOOKS TO READ AND SOME OF YOUR FAMILIES TO READ ALSO.
Bekke Ragle <Bek_angel_1@hotmail.com>
Hamilton, Mo USA - Monday, June 21 at 12:33:15 (PDT)
mr lamours books have brought me grate pleasure all my life and iv tought my kids to read with them thay have been a grate insperation to me and the nation
jon baker <email@example.com>
salem, al USA - Sunday, June 20 at 20:28:42 (PDT)
I have been a fan of Louis Lamour for many years and although I love reading all westerns, his is the only books that make me feel as if I am there to witness all the events as they happen. I have large collection of his books, some old paperbacks and a few old hardbacks, along with any new books that just released. I want to thank Beau for taking the time to research and publish his works after we all lost him (and we all lost him), he is missed by all of his fans.
Kenny Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>
centertown, mo USA - Sunday, June 20 at 16:47:24 (PDT)
i got started reading louis lamour books about six to eight months ago i been working in a nursing home and one of my patients got me started reading his books it seems like every chance i get i am trying to read or find his books some are hard to find
beth montgomery <email@example.com>
colbert, ok USA - Sunday, June 20 at 14:43:44 (PDT)
Read my first Western at age of about 7 years with my father explaining such words as 'corral' and 'remuda'!I have a wide interest from Tolkien to Cussler, but when I am feeling low I grab a Louis L'Amour and reread. I have only sixteen of his books at home, but all are read again at least once or twice a year! If I won the lottery, I always promised myself a couple of months travelling the country he describes so vividly. Since I don't do the lottery, and am not keen on travel, I will never see his mountains and plains. But I only have to pick up one of his books and I am there in whatever area he is describing. A great storyteller, who is sadly missed. A.S.A-B. 20.6.04
Ann Allridge Butfoy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Co. Waterford, Ireland - Sunday, June 20 at 09:50:02 (PDT)
I have enjoyed reading Louis's books for about 30 years now and I believe that I have all his books except the latest collection of short stories. I look forward to getting it ASAP
Bruce Haynes <Bruce.Haynes@Calgary.ca>
Calgary, Alta Canada - Saturday, June 19 at 19:23:26 (PDT)
I have all of the books he wrote, and have read them countless times.
Ron Reed <email@example.com>
USA - Friday, June 18 at 16:18:29 (PDT)
Thank you Louis for something that I can't wait to pass on to my own kids.
MARK ALBERT <firstname.lastname@example.org>
atlanta, ga USA - Wednesday, June 16 at 23:58:31 (PDT)
One day I opened Fair Blows the Wind and started to read. That was about a year ago and I have since bought several more.
email@example.com, az USA - Wednesday, June 16 at 23:56:50 (PDT)
I DEY GREET UNA.NICE SITE FOR MAGA KEEP IT UP
ONYE MAGABAKE <MAGAOCHA@YAHOO.COM>
USA - Wednesday, June 16 at 17:24:10 (PDT)
I have just finished "Last of a Breed" and it was super. The first Louis Lamour book I read was, The Walking Drum. The best ever. Should be required reading in High School world history. I am now trying to enjoy the increadible talent of Mr. Lamour.
Lansing, nc USA - Tuesday, June 15 at 13:08:58 (PDT)
Thank you for making such an informative website!
Jessi Boertje <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Pella, Ia USA - Monday, June 14 at 10:02:25 (PDT)
I love the works of Louis L'Amour! My fater-in-law introduced me to his works years ago, when he passed away in March 2004 he gave me his collection. I love them more than ever. Thanks for this website it is great!
Karen R. Smith <email@example.com>
Woodward, OK USA - Sunday, June 13 at 17:15:19 (PDT)
Louis L'Amour has been my favorite author for many, many years. I have his whole collection in paperback and I have read each story several times. While I would like to donate this collection to my local library, I can't bear to part with a single one. They are like old friends to me. Each time I read one, seems like the first time all over again.
Yorkshire, NY USA - Sunday, June 13 at 11:57:29 (PDT)
I read my first Louis L'amour novel at the age of 10. I was the only girl I knew who watched John Wayne movies, listened to Chris Ledoux music and read all the L'amour adventures I could. I am now passing the joy of reading on to my children.
robin dykes <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Leedey, OK USA - Saturday, June 12 at 17:06:20 (PDT)
I have read all of Louis L'Amour's books and love each one. I gave all the books to my grandchildren who also enjoyed them.
John R. Bowen, Jr. <email@example.com>
Berea, KY USA - Friday, June 11 at 09:36:33 (PDT)
Were it not for the books and audio tapes, my 91 year old father would have less of a quality of life. C0nfined to a retirement home and blind, they are a primary source of his enjoyment of life.
ron van raalte <firstname.lastname@example.org>
USA - Friday, June 11 at 07:32:30 (PDT)
Louis L’Amour is the BEST Western writer I’ve read. He makes you FEEL like your in the book with the characters themselves. I Wish we had more writers like him.
Patricia M R Brindle <pbrindle20@Hotmail.com>
Bardstown, KY USA - Thursday, June 10 at 17:11:15 (PDT)
I HAVE APPRECIATED AQUIRING A LOVE FOR READING THAT I HAVE GOTTEN THROUGH THE BOOKS OF LOUIS. AND ALSO ALL OF THE OTHER BOOKS THAT HE WOULD MENTION IN HIS STORIES THAT I HAVE READ. HE HAS DEFINITELY BEEN A BIG INFLUENCE ON MY LIFE. THANS FOR THE MEMORIES
WADE DOUBLIN <email@example.com>
LEBANON, MO USA - Wednesday, June 09 at 11:30:53 (PDT)
I Am 13 an love Louis Lamour books.
Jasper T Lorentzen <Jasper@timl.com>
Bismarck, ND USA - Tuesday, June 08 at 20:16:12 (PDT)
I've never read any of his work that I didn't like. Of my collection, I've read all at least 3 times. They never get old. The sacketts are the best collection of books that I have ever read. Thank you
Nick Ruehmeier <firstname.lastname@example.org>
White Cloud, MI USA - Tuesday, June 08 at 18:29:07 (PDT)
Absolutely my favorite author!
Wendy Montanio <email@example.com>
Bakersfield, CA USA - Friday, June 04 at 10:48:11 (PDT)
I just wish that there was another writer with a sense of who we are as a country the way that Louis lived and wrote. I have been reading his works for as long as he wrote. I cannot express my appreciation for the many hours of contented reading that I have had with the many different venues that have shown up in his writings. Belatedly "Thank you Louis".
LeRoy Gleasman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Rockton, IL USA - Friday, June 04 at 04:59:19 (PDT)
When my grandmother died she left behind a box of Louis L'Amour books, which sat and collected dust at my mom's for nearly 10 years. One day I opened Fair Blows the Wind and started to read. That was about a year ago and I have since read every book in that box and bought several more. Never had a book been able to deeply stir my emotions, but nearly every L'Amour book has and they still continue to do so. Louis L'Amour was and is the greatest western storyteller of all time and a great inspiration in my life. One day I hope to cross through the Pearly Gates, if only for an instant, to shake the hand of a true American hero. Thank you, Mr. L'Amour, for the memories.
Matt Pinson <email@example.com>
Dallas, TX USA - Thursday, June 03 at 14:42:30 (PDT)
Louis L'amour is my Fav author and he was a great historian
MO USA - Tuesday, June 01 at 22:29:35 (PDT)
Best book read has to be passin through ,enjoy all ,great books.
victor hommerding <firstname.lastname@example.org>
jackson, MI USA - Tuesday, June 01 at 18:38:14 (PDT)
A true American icon.Louis L'Amour's works should be on the "must read" list in all U.S. schools. Our youths today can learn much of honor, duty and self discipline through his stories.
M.F. Eberhart <email@example.com>
Bendersville, PA USA - Tuesday, June 01 at 17:11:59 (PDT)
Louis Lamour is one of the greatest writers of all time. His novels are both entertaining and informational. A reader can get a history lesson reading Louis' books, while enjoying a wonderful story.
Bobby Digby <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Fayetteville, AR USA - Tuesday, June 01 at 12:04:30 (PDT)
louis's stories have been a constant companion to me since i was 15. It was by accident that i discovered his unique style of storytelling. Our television had been broken for the whole year and I was forced to read every book my parents owned to pass the time. I came across "the lonely men" and read the whole thing all at once. After that, i read every title he wrote that i could get my hands on. Even after all these years i still read "the lonely men" from time to time and it never loses its simple brilliance.
david w. hildebrand <email@example.com>
butler, Pa USA - Monday, May 31 at 16:17:46 (PDT)
I really like all the books that louis l'amour has acomplashed. I have read lots of his books and one of my favorites are well I like lots of his books that's all the commets I have to say!!
Outlook sol2no, Sk canada - Sunday, May 30 at 10:59:40 (PDT)
I've read many stories by Louis L'Amour. Each one has brave men and women (which is a nice change for some western stories). A lot of stories written about the west do not show women as a strong character, or at all. Mr. L'Amour shows, in his stories, that women did play a big part in help shape the west. Great storyteller. I've just finished "The Lonesome Gods".
Gordon, NE USA - Saturday, May 29 at 08:47:13 (PDT)
Hi every one. Borden Chantry is the best book.
OH USA - Thursday, May 27 at 18:05:17 (PDT)
Been wanting to look for a long time now. Finally got to today. Big fan. One more book and I'll have all Louie had published. Nice website! R.S.
Roger Scarbro <rogerAIMI@haidernetworks.com>
Gallup, NM USA - Thursday, May 27 at 12:13:19 (PDT)
I have never been much of a reader , Last week my friend at work gave me The Ferguson Rifle to read I read the book in two days. I was totally amazed at the way that Mr. L'amour lead you to each page with every gripping paragraph. I am hooked now and can only say I wish I could personally thank him for these books and the knowlege that he is bestowing in me with all his novels. Thanks again Tony.
Tony Montgomery <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Elmore, Al USA - Wednesday, May 26 at 17:58:13 (PDT)
I have been reading Mr. L'Amour's books since about eight years of age (54 yrs. now). I have the complete set of his writings in paperback. Many of the qualities and standards Mr. L'Amour had set for his subjects are standards that we can all follow through life. Thank you for continuing to document Mr. L'Amour's life and times for us.
D. Laird Allan <email@example.com>
Surrey, BC Canada - Wednesday, May 26 at 08:15:39 (PDT)
From the begining of my reading life, I've always picked up L'amour books instead of something neat. I guess I'm a westren kind of a person. L'amour books have always been my light in the storm when I was growing up. Now his books are the one thing that calms me down when I can't control what is going on around me. I wish others were as avid as I when reading his collection of amazing stories.
Texas Holland <Texas_Holland_Detective@yahoo.com>
Jasonville, IN USA - Tuesday, May 25 at 11:07:55 (PDT)
From the begining of my reading life, I've always picked up L'amour books instead of something neat. I guess I'm a westren kind of a person. L'amour books have always been my light in the storm when I was growing up. Now his books are the one thing that calms me down when I can't control what is going on around me. I wish others were as avid as I when reading his collection of amazing stories.
Texas Holland <Texas_Holland_Detective@yahoo.com>
Jasonville, IN USA - Tuesday, May 25 at 11:07:42 (PDT)
I have always felt that i was learning valauable principles when i was reading his books.They have helped shape me into who i am today.Thanks for building this site.John Bumgarner II
John Bumgarner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Blowing Rock, NC USA - Tuesday, May 25 at 00:25:10 (PDT)
I am a avid reader of Louis Lamour i love the Sackett Series
Dean Rogers <email@example.com>
Montreal, Qc Canada - Monday, May 24 at 11:31:28 (PDT)
I'm sure you know the phycho-babble about hating someone for dying. Well, yours truly had strong feelings knowing that Louis would never write a sequel to "Last of the Breed". I got over it. His books (there's only a few I don't have) are what flavored the beginning of my own novel. I will find the missing ones and finish my reading, and re-reading. Speaking of re-reading ...... Mr. Dave Allison - if you really think it's rubbish you would not be re-reading. You can't fool us, you're hooked, just as are we!
El Paso, TX USA - Monday, May 24 at 08:38:26 (PDT)
I'm sure you know the phycho-babble about hating someone for dying. Well, yours truly had strong feelings knowing that Louis would never write a sequel to "Last of the Breed". I got over it. His books (there's only a few I don't have) are what flavored the beginning of my own novel. I will find the missing ones and finish my reading, and re-reading. Speaking of re-reading ...... Mr. Dave Allison - if you really think it's rubbish you would not be re-reading. You can't fool us, you're hooked, just as are we!
El Paso, TX USA - Monday, May 24 at 08:29:09 (PDT)
I have and have read every book by louis lamour that has been published but one which I WILL have in my colection soon. I started on his books when i was just 7 or 8 years old. If it was not for his books i would not be the avid reader that i am today. Much thanks to a truly great man for opening my mind and broardening my horizons.
Charlie Kirkpatrick <Heartstone@aol.com>
Newark , DE USA - Monday, May 24 at 01:53:05 (PDT)
I started reading Louis back in 62. My father would trade paperback books with others and I found one and read it. Once I started I couldn't stop. I would lay awake, under the covers with a flashlight and read. I just could not put his books down. Once you start, he kept your riveted to the novel. I never read one I didn't light. Some more than other, but never a bad one. When you read his words, it was almost as you were there. The Sacketts were my favorites but loved them all. I never knew if my parents knew I was reading under the covers, but I am sure if they did, and they knew what I was reading, they never said a word...at least I was reading. I only wish there were more of his works out there that are lost and we could have more to enjoy. Thanks Louis for the good times. We love ya.
Johnny L. Lowery <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Longview, TX USA - Saturday, May 22 at 21:02:00 (PDT)
Louis L'Amour is the best novelist of all time. He has caught my imagination with his great writing techniques. I have read about fourty-five of his books to this point and i hope to read all his books before my death. My favorite is the Walking Drum. I am know doing a school report on L'Amour.
Matt Schoener <email@example.com>
Nelson, PA USA - Saturday, May 22 at 15:20:52 (PDT)
My Uncle is actually the nephew of Louis L'Amour and so I though I would do a little research and learn more about him. This website is a wonderful research point and keep up the good work.
Alan Franklin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Riverton, IL USA - Saturday, May 22 at 13:39:01 (PDT)
Sorry I didn't learn of his masterpieces earlier in life. The first one I read was Last of a breed; awesome book.
Steven McMillian <email@example.com>
Willis, Tx USA - Friday, May 21 at 22:59:42 (PDT)
I HAVE BEEN AREADER FOR OVER 40 YEARS I ENJOY READING AND RE READING HIS NOVELS AND STORIES AFTER READING A STORY I THEN PASS IT ON TO OTHER MEMBERS OF MY FAMILY BECAUSE THEY ENJOY THEM ALSO I WOULD GUESS THAT I HAVE READ ALL BUT A FEW OF HIS WORKS THOSE BEING IN SOME OF THE EARLY WESTERN MAGZINES AND A FEW OF THE SHORT STORIES I HAVE NOT HAD THE PLEASURE OF MEETING MR, L'AMOUR I HAVE JUST FINISHED READING THE MAN FROM SKIBBEREEN FOR THE SECOND TIME I HOPE TO READ ALL HIS WORKS AT LEAST ONE MORE TIME MAC
BILLIE M MCWILLIAMS <BILLIEMC58@AOL.COM>
FALLING WATERS, WV USA - Friday, May 21 at 21:36:56 (PDT)
The year...1972....I was 15 years old...got hurt playing football and was just hanging out at home...bored silly...picked up one of my pop's books(he was always reading something). Started reading "To Tame A Land". Never heard of Louis L'Amour! Got through the first two pages and I was hooked for life! Took the book to school the next day and got caught reading it in my coach's class. Pretty dumb..he showed up at my door the next night with a shopping bag full of L'Amour books! Was I in heaven. While going to school in Davenport Ia., I got to meet Mr. L'Amour at book signing. Got his autograph and got to shake his hand. I was like a kid in the candy store! He was very gracious and he had a kind word to all. His hands were huge and he had the kind of grip that if he wanted to move something or somebody, he could. After feeling that grip, I could see him as the characters in his own books. It was one of my fondest memories of Iowa. Thanks to the L'Amour kids for keeping his stories going!
John Pantalone <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Hummelstown, Pa USA - Friday, May 21 at 21:11:37 (PDT)
My dad is a devoted fried of Louis L'Amour. He has all his novels, but I managed to find on your page a short story which will be a great surprise for him on his 75 anniversary next week. Thanks!
Silva Paunonen <email@example.com>
Tampere, Finland - Friday, May 21 at 11:21:17 (PDT)
I've been a L'Amour fan for 40 yrs I like his standards RE: America, morality ect. My kids are fans also.
Jerry Gunsalus <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tacoma, WA USA - Friday, May 21 at 10:35:22 (PDT)
It is always a pleasure to read about his characters - Sacketts. He has a way of developing a story around their leadership strengths.
Ann Stacy <email@example.com>
waxahachie, Texas USA - Friday, May 21 at 08:02:26 (PDT)
We both have enjoyed all the Louis L'Amour books that we have read! It would have been very exciting to meet Louis L'Amour.
Bob & Bonnie Nelson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cayuga, ND USA - Thursday, May 20 at 18:49:13 (PDT)
I just started reading your books about a month ago and I'm already hooked on them! My favorite is "The Haunted Mesa". You my main author man!
COOPER HADAWAY <email@example.com>
Towson, MD USA - Thursday, May 20 at 17:00:34 (PDT)
A huge fan of all of LL work!!!
David Shirley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cordova, Tn USA - Wednesday, May 19 at 22:53:57 (PDT)
no one could make you feel the heat of the desert or the gentle mountain breeze like louis could. have been reading his books for 30 years and still cant get enough of them.
joseph white <email@example.com>
lumberton, nc USA - Wednesday, May 19 at 05:24:49 (PDT)
i have been turn on to the londarm and then the sacketts while we are in iraq and bein a boy from tenn. i can really get into the sackett books the first two got me hooked and im tryin to find the few i havent read just know there are a bunch of us over here that are lucky for your books make us feel a little closer to home thank you and god bless
john patrick sullivan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
moscow, tn USA - Tuesday, May 18 at 13:14:51 (PDT)
I have over 95 paperbacks by Louis L'Amour and have read each one many times. My children keep a list of the books I have and check it at Christmas and birthday time. If they find one I don't have on the list then they get it for me! I would like an updated list of books that are available and any that are coming out in the future so I can read more of his fascinating stories!!
David L. Archey <email@example.com>
West Jefferson, Oh USA - Monday, May 17 at 15:43:47 (PDT)
I have been reading Louis L'Amour books since I was 12 years old. He has a way of making you feel like you are a part of the story.
USA - Monday, May 17 at 11:26:20 (PDT)
This website is excellent! I did a book analysis on "The Lonesome Gods" for school and needed information on Louis L'Amour, so I came here. I learned so much and apperciate all the work that Beau and Paul do. Thanks!
Cristin Sheldon <firstname.lastname@example.org>
LaPorte, IN USA - Sunday, May 16 at 17:10:00 (PDT)
great storyteller, shame he didn't get to finish any more of his drum series
bob watterson <email@example.com>
hicksville, ny great USA - Saturday, May 15 at 17:54:32 (PDT)
Hi i am 14 yrs old and i was forced to read "The Last Of The Breed" in my literature class. it looked like a stupid book and i didnt wanna read it. but i was forced to and wen i was finished it turned out to be hte gr8est book i ever read. good job.
Pleasantville, PA USA - Friday, May 14 at 07:12:57 (PDT)
one of the best writers of all times
Joshua Hatter <Classic_crazy@yahoo.com>
love, va USA - Thursday, May 13 at 16:27:40 (PDT)
I've never read any of his works as far as I know, but I'm sure I've seen depictions in the other media. Found a trivia question about him and found this site, which I think is excellent and may motivate me to finally read his works.
Jarrettsville, MD USA - Thursday, May 13 at 09:29:23 (PDT)
im 14 years old and have been reading his books for about 5 years and have come up with a few questions 1. when was he born 2. where did he grow up 3. when did he die 4. and where did he live during the final stages of his life if anyone has the answers email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
doug greenawalt <email@example.com>
new bethlehem, pa USA - Thursday, May 13 at 06:54:36 (PDT)
I"ve enjoyed his books for 30 yrs and I'm only 46 in 1996 I had been sober for a year and figuired I deserved something so I went to see some of the places I had been reading about. Went to Mesa verde and silverton, Durango, La Plata canyon. I'm from mississippi so I came up throught Santa Fe Pagosa springs. I've got 2 kids now so I'll have to wait till they get a little older to resume my travels but It sure is some beautiful country out west.
ken koch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
hattiesburg, ms USA - Wednesday, May 12 at 12:40:37 (PDT)
I began reading Louis L'Amour books with "Hondo" while in high school and quickly became addicted to his stories. I have read a good many more since that time and am a subsriber to the leather bound versions of his books as well. I have read "Education of a Wandering Man" three times and have learned/pick up on something new with each reading. Thank you for such a great web site and for keeping Louis L'Amour's memory alive. Happy trails!
Jake Mabe <JakeMabe1@aol.com>
Knoxville, TN USA - Wednesday, May 12 at 12:08:26 (PDT)
Dear Angelique, Please write me, anthony from class. email@example.com. anthony pichardo
anthony pichardo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
port orange, FL USA - Wednesday, May 12 at 03:36:37 (PDT)
Thanks your books take me to a time & place my Father would tell me about & my Grandfather lived in!
K. D. McWhortor
Ft. Madison, IA USA - Friday, May 07 at 19:47:06 (PDT)
Louis L'amour is the single best author of american western literature. I have read many books buy Gary Paulson, who is also a great author, but he does not have the flow and the realism that L'amour exibits.
Warrenton, MO USA - Thursday, May 06 at 06:32:40 (PDT)
I have been reading Louis L'Amour books since my mom bought me one for my 16th birthday in 1969. My dad and I have never missed a single issue. I inherited all my dad's books this Janurary when he passed on. I'm always looking for any books that I need to replace. They were a great comfort to me when I was at sea for 9 months at a time in the twenty years I spent in the Navy.
Kenneth Reeder <email@example.com>
Aransas Pass, Tx USA - Tuesday, May 04 at 17:35:06 (PDT)
I'm only 14 yrs old and my Dad has many of LAmour's books. It was just the other day that I picked one up and started reading it. They are wonderful books and I was very sad when I found out that he had died. God bless him! and read his books. You won't regret it! Jess in Wyoming
Casper, Wy USA - Tuesday, May 04 at 15:39:48 (PDT)
I just want to say that I have read a number of books but nothing absorbs me into the excitements occurring in a book like Louis L'Amour's books. I love western novels and his use of language makes a person, in a way, see and smell whats going on in the lifes of these cowboys he talks about. I would also want to say that i'm currently reading "The Sky-Liners" and it is an amazing book. Sadly, since the book im reading is pretty old, im messing the last couple of pages. I am currently on page 184 where Flagan Sackett says "He turned his eyes on me." "You're a Sackett, arent...." I would appreciate it gratefully if someone who loves L'Amour like i do and also has this very book im reading to lend me a hand. Thnx
NthetheK <firstname.lastname@example.org >
Copenhagen, Denmark - Tuesday, May 04 at 14:28:34 (PDT)
I have read and am re-reading the Sackett series, I'm not at all impressed with this rubbish. I think this is all about profit and it was never what the great man would have ever wanted.
Redditch, UK - Tuesday, May 04 at 11:49:16 (PDT)
My father read many westerns. Oh, he liked a good thriller or a mystery and if he came across a book he read it but the western was his favourite by far. I loved cowboy pictures but reading the books, I couldn't get into that. Donald E Westlake and Ed McBain were my favourites. When I met my wife I discovered her father was also a western fan. He had many books of the type but I just couldn't bring myself to pick one up. Then, what would it be, 12 years? I read The Last of The Breed. From that point on I was hooked. Now I have all, I think, of the L'Amour books -- last year in New York I asked the Barnes and Noble clerk how come no Westerns? She led me to a packed shelf in fiction and I bought the 11 volumes I was missing. I learn from the books, I'm excited by the plots and enamoured of the characters. Though Mister L'Amour has told us more than once about building my fire under a tree when I'm on the run. Forgivable. CA
Charlie Adams <CA@comedywriter.co.uk>
London, UK - Tuesday, May 04 at 08:44:23 (PDT)
Hello, dear family of Louis! My English is very rosted, but I´ll try to write some words. I am a German western writer. I started to write down my own stories in the age of 14. At this time I got some paperbacks from Louis Lamour. And these westernstories I began to love. Today I can say, that it was Louis Lamour with his western novels, who gave up inspirations to me writing my own stories. For me Louis Lamour is one of the greatest western writer who ever lived. "Shalacko", "Radigan", "Catlow", "Kilkenny" and the Sacketts - all these figures I have closed into my heart. And by this way I send up my best greatings to you Regards from Good old Germany Rolf (R. S. Stone)
Rolf Steimke <email@example.com>
Ganderkesee, Niedersachsen Germany - Sunday, May 02 at 15:59:25 (PDT)
I met another Larry Roscoe because I signed this guest book. He was browsing and found me and so he sent me e-mail. We don't think we are related but we do have a lot of things in common.
Larry Roscoe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Brainerd, MN USA - Sunday, May 02 at 12:17:40 (PDT)
Mr. L'Amour would of been someone to ride the river with. I thank him for his books.
Charles R. Eilers <email@example.com>
Dry Ridge, Ky USA - Sunday, May 02 at 04:20:43 (PDT)
I am reading as many stories and as fast as I can before I die. I really have enjoyed "meeting" Louis L'Amour in this way. A wonderful author, who wrote in such a clean, crisp, interesting and captivating style. Hope to read ALL his stories!
Barry Martin <bmartin17123@ aol.com>
Omaha, NE USA - Saturday, May 01 at 18:04:58 (PDT)
Hello to the L'Amour family and new friends,from me at the bottom of our planet.It is so heartwarming to see and read that one very special man,with an extraordinary talent for writing down his love of life and history,has touched us all in so many diffent ways. I have only just started reading Louis books, the last one finished today while having been sick in bed for a week. I aim to get my own copy of The Lonesome Gods as it has touched me in ways that are a healing to the soul.I frequently take out every issue our library holds and read them to expand my knowledge of life, American history and conjures up memories of place I've passed through in your land.Reading the stories and using my imagination I can feel the sweat running down my face or the taste of dust in my dry mouth or the feel of a galloping horse beneath me,or the wind whipping my long hair about me as I sit on a boulder on a ridge and watch the sun sink slowly over the horizon.I can't get enough of these books and never will.Thank you so much Beau for continuing to print anything penned by your dad for us to share with you.
Wendy Hadland <firstname.lastname@example.org>
New Plymouth, New Zealand - Friday, April 30 at 21:41:53 (PDT)
My father owns just about all of the L'Amour books and I grew up reading and rereading all of them. What ones he did not have I went to the library to get. I have read most of them so many times it is crazy, but no one writes like him.
Saskatoon, SK Canada - Thursday, April 29 at 12:29:58 (PDT)
best western writer who ever lived. i grew up reading this great mans books and never found one i did not learn from or enjoy. thanks
east london, rsa - Tuesday, April 27 at 08:30:40 (PDT)
I started to read Louis L'Amour books in 1982, while stationed in Texas, in the Air Force. Being originally from Pueblo, Co., I could pickup a book and was home, reading how,Louis described the 2 railroads fighting over a canyon to make the way shorter, was a life lesson as my father worked for the Rio Grande Railroad and that property was the Royal Gorge. So his knowledge to details made me a fan for life, because what he wrote was right and took me home more times, when I needed to be but couldn't
John W. Warne <Warnedodge@earthlink.net>
Arvada, Co USA - Monday, April 26 at 13:56:28 (PDT)
I have read all Western books of Louis L'Amour plus Last of The Breed (one of the most interesting, action, detailed, envolving, geographical, historical, emotional, suspence and captivating story tale of all times)among others. Louis L'Amour became a Legend and, like all legends, will never die. Best Regards, Carlos Hausen
Carlos Henrique Sonne Hausen <email@example.com>
Rio de Janeiro, RJ Brazil - Monday, April 26 at 13:01:30 (PDT)
Nothin better than camping, having a good cigar and sitting back and reading Louis L'Amour. I grew up reading Zane Grey and L'Amour and ended up living in AZ with the Navajo happy to experience so much of what I read -
Jeffrey Lors <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Pinon, AZ USA - Monday, April 26 at 07:38:12 (PDT)
I started reading Louis L'Amour Books because my dad was always talking about one he just read. They sounded good so I read Where the Long Grass Blows. I couldn't put it down. My Dad has the whole collection and I borrow 7 at a time because I never can put them down. Thanks for being such a good writter. Love your books. Can't wait to read the rest of them.
Danielle Strausberg <email@example.com>
Turon, Ks USA - Saturday, April 24 at 17:54:50 (PDT)
I started reading Louis L'Amour books over 35 years ago and still check the Book stores for new ones when I am in the USA. I grew up hunting, fishing and trapping in the Ruby Mountains of Northern Nevada. My Grandfather was one of the last of the "Desert Rats/Mountain Men" (which ever you prefer) and I learned a love for the outdoors from both he and my father. For the last 15 years I have been a missionary working among the mountain tribes of Ecuador, South America. Several of our churches are at over 14,000 feet elevation. I think Louis would have loved this country and these people. I have all of the collection and have read most of them numerous times. My all time favorite book is The Walking Drum and my least favorite was Haunted Mesa. Beau, a great big thanks from all of Louis's faithful fans!
H. Allen Martin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Riobamba, Ecuador, S.A. - Wednesday, April 21 at 13:57:11 (PDT)
I have been reading L'Amour's books for the last thirty years, ever since my late brother gave me one of his books out of the collection that he started. When my brother died, I asked if I could have his collection of L'Amour books. I was given the collection and I continued to collect as many as I could find. At the time they were hard to find and there was no web site to look for. Since then my late brother's son has grown and has a family of his own. I gave his the collection. I know he will take care of it and maybe continue collection. Thanks very much for allowing me to read such enjoyable stories.
Sib Northrip <email@example.com>
Clovis, Ca USA - Wednesday, April 21 at 12:40:32 (PDT)
I am 17 years old and have been reading L'Amour's books since I was 14. I have always enjoyed them all. I really love how L'Amour describes the old west and the 1400s I love how real the books are and how you get so caught up in them that you feel a part of them. I love the knowledge that I gain from them. Everything is so vivid and you are always in love with the charactors and how they live and think. He is a favorite of mine. Megan
Megan Wooten <Megan6671@yahoo.com>
Rossville, GA USA - Wednesday, April 21 at 05:16:15 (PDT)
i love his work.
lynx statyx <xcginebraix>
USA - Wednesday, April 21 at 02:51:28 (PDT)
I have every book that has been published at least 4Xs, Have all the audio tapes thare not read, when we are traveling it makes an hour go so quickly. My Grandson age 19 started when he was just 3, and my Granddaughter age 12 started when she was about 3. The Grandson will go to sleep at night listen to one of the stories. Louis should have written a sequal to Last of the Breed!
Chad Avery <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Las Vegas, NV USA - Tuesday, April 20 at 21:30:37 (PDT)
I was introduced to Louis L'Amour books while serving in the Army in 1971. I have been reading his books ever since. I have just recently found the Louis L'Amour web site. What a great place to look for the books I don't have or the ones I need to replace. Thank you for keeping his work alive and available to his devoted readers.
David Heeley <email@example.com>
Gresham, OR USA - Sunday, April 18 at 20:05:48 (PDT)
I reread Louis' books over and over and it's like I never read them before. Can't put it down until I'm through. My grandfather was in Tombstone, Arizona the early years of the 1900's. He was a member of the Rough Riders. I can associate Louis' discriptions of the west when I read and look at my Gf pictures. Louis is the best writer of all time. arizone ev eread them before. Can't put it down until I'm through .
Rex Edwin Berner
Taylors, S.C. USA - Friday, April 16 at 13:47:45 (PDT)
i love his books, oh bye the way mates, that website isn't mine
sidney, austraila - Thursday, April 15 at 20:30:50 (PDT)
I don't know where to start. After so many years of Louis L'Amour I finally found a list of all his books. I short so many of them but I am going to order a couple or more per month to fill up my collection. I introduced the books to my stepsons who are over 30 and I think they have become addicted too. Thank you for this web site. Thank you very much. Piet Grobler.
Piet Grobler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Phalaborwa, South Africa - Thursday, April 15 at 01:01:53 (PDT)
Thank you..........for some reason I decided to check to see if there was a Loius L'Amour site, AND....here I am. I've been a great fan for quite sometime and I find it hard to find the books I haven't read. I've printed the check list and will also give it to my kids and wife in case they ever see the books I haven't read. I used to use the list inside the cover. Thanks again and I'll be back ......... Sincerely, Jack Lambson
Jack Lambson <email@example.com>
Cazadero, CA USA - Sunday, April 11 at 13:12:29 (PDT)
I just began to re-read the Sackett books (for probablythe tenth time in my life) and as I'm borrowing them from othrs as I had donated my collection to the library someyears back, decided to go online to see if there was a site for Louis L'Amour. I am very impressed and really enjoyed reading the biography pages and seeing the pictures. Thank you for sharing Mr. L'Amour with his fans!
Rita Barbeaux <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Manistique, MI USA - Sunday, April 11 at 10:34:41 (PDT)
hey,louis sorry ,am poor in english but we( me and my younger brother) want you to know that we am your since i was found salago carlin,now we situated in songkhla,southern of thailand,fareast.about you,we have two book of salago,one is alway in my backpack cause i crezy him so much ( both salago and sean ( i thing he like my father ))other one in my libery room at my home.we will absolutely happy if you write to us,welcome to my beautiful south if you can, PROUND IN LAMOUR Pumba
songkhla, thailand - Saturday, April 10 at 18:58:30 (PDT)
GLAD THAT SOMEONE HAS GIVEN HONOR TO AMERICA'S GREATEST WESTERN WRITER, I WOULD HAVE LOVED TO MEET HIM.
LYNN, KARI AND BRADEN SCHAFFER <LYNNKARIBRADEN@NETZERO.NET>
LONG BEACH`, CA USA - Saturday, April 10 at 18:06:13 (PDT)
i have been reading louis l'amour books for 25 years,i have had the entire collection three times.i have had one stolen,1 lost in a flood,1 lost due to fire.I now have all but six books again.I have been reading these books since i was 18 years old,they have helped me keep my head up through all kinds of trouble,i think that i relate to some of the characters because i have lived through some of the same types of battles.Hopefully i have some of the same traits as portrayed in these books,thank you for helping me get this far.dk
port moody, bc canada - Friday, April 09 at 22:25:16 (PDT)
I read my first L'Amour book some 30 years ago. The First Edition of Hondo set me on a path to collecting all of Louis's first edition books in both Paperback and Hardback. I have since added additional editions of his originals and read them over and over again and never tire of reading them. If nothing else , Louis L'Mour left a legacy the will never be equaled in the media world. And to Beau, never let his legacy go unnoticed as it is worth the effort for the reader to read even one of his stories.
Hal Douthwright <email@example.com>
St Stephen, NB Canada - Tuesday, April 06 at 20:06:37 (PDT)
I have read Louis L'Amour's books ever since I was eight. I have never come across one where it was boring. He tried to follow as closely to history and realism as he possibly could and that in its self is an enjoyment.
Danielle Muller <Starlightedfantasy@hotmail.com>
Ulysses, PA USA - Tuesday, April 06 at 17:32:45 (PDT)
I have been reading LL books for well over 30 years and most of them at least twice. While sitting in a hospital waiting room when my wife was dying of cancer, I was truely saddened to read that Louis Lamour had just passed away. Also in the artical was that fact that he and I shared the same birthday. I was really caught-up in the connection I had had with him since his books and stories had meant so muct to me. I will ever be grateful for the enjoyment his writings had brought to me over all these years.
Danny Calico <Clubsinger@aol.com>
Ft. Lauderdale, FL USA - Tuesday, April 06 at 13:34:04 (PDT)
When you read one of L.Ls books, enjoyment. Read it again and find a better understanding of America.
Telford. , Shropshire. England - Tuesday, April 06 at 12:17:22 (PDT)
I just wanted to say that I just got back from Iraq with the 4th ID and the one thing that kept me sane was all the Louis L'Amour novels and short stories my fiance sent me. God Bless!
Paul Dickinson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Killeen, TX USA - Monday, April 05 at 16:03:57 (PDT)
HI. MY FATHER IS A VERY BIG FAN AND HAS READ SO MANY OF YOUR PUBLICATIONS THROUGH THE YEARS. FOR AS LONG AS I CAN REMEMBER THERE HAS ALWAYS BEEN A LOOUIS L'AMOUR BOOK ON THE TABLE BESIDE MY DAD'S CHAIR.
TRACI MARSHALL <WKB252@AOL.COM>
HIGH SPRINGS, FL USA - Monday, April 05 at 07:07:03 (PDT)
BY FAR THE BEST WRITER IN AMERICA; I DEY HERE O
MUGU LARRY MUGU <MUGULA@AOL;COM>
LA, CA USA - Sunday, April 04 at 15:48:00 (PDT)
Just finished "The man called noon." 2X. I have enjoyed your fathers writting for many years. He was a great a American. Keep the short stories coming!!
david brock <email@example.com>
san marcos, tx USA - Saturday, April 03 at 07:50:48 (PST)
I was never one to take the time to read a novel. I decided one day to try a Western and had heard of Louis' books. I picked up "May There Be a Road" read it and really enjoyed it. I have since purchased "With These Hands- collection of stories, and moved on the little wooden box of four cassetts containing eight short stories. As I travel extensively, these audios keep me entertained. The short stories fit well with my driving. I have always been intrigued with the west as it was during the early settlement days and Louis' books make you feel as you are right there living it. The discriptions are excellent without the excessive written word that always lulled me to sleep in the past when I would try and read a novel. The non-western stories that I read were also very interesting and enjoyable.
Greg Beckham <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Wood River, IL USA - Friday, April 02 at 17:52:45 (PST)
After reading several of His Novels I began collecting Paperbacks. I have all that were printed before his death and have The Sackett Companion & Outlaws of Mesquite. I would like to know where the Films were made. (Location)
Rev. Robert McKinzie <email@example.com>
joplin, Mo. USA - Friday, April 02 at 12:28:00 (PST)
I grew up watching western movies and tv shows with my dad. When I got to reading westerns, Louis L'Amour and Max Brand were always my favourites. I'm sure I haven't read all of Mr. L'Amour's works yet, but I'm working on it. The biggest difference I can see between the Brand and L'Amour books, is that Mr. L'Amour matured as a writer. Although he began and learned his craft as a pulp writer, he was certainly creating literature long before he finished his work. My personal favorite book of his would probably be "Last of The Breed". It kind of amazes me how many people post here asking for help with their school assignments about Mr. Lamour (from the consistant philosophy evident his writing it sure seems as though Louis L'Amour'd be the last person to do a young person's work for them... personal responsibility certainly played a big part in his stories). It's also kind of funny how many questions people ask here that are already answered on the web site. (Of course the information may only have appeared on the website after the questions were asked.) I feel sorry for the kids making the deprecating recent posts. Obviously, it would do them a lot of good to actually read Mr. Lamour's wonderful stories, (maybe they might actually learn something!) rather than attempting to trash him and this excellent web site.
L. Russwurm <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Elmira, ON Canada - Friday, April 02 at 09:45:33 (PST)
All I got to say is that I love all of Louis L'Amour's stories. I started reading them at the age of 13 now Im 16 and Im hooked on Westerns especially Louis L'Amour's. I cant get enough. Ive read every single one and love em all. My favorite are the Sackett series. I only wish there were more of them seeing as Ive read that whole series. If more Sackett series were to come out Id defenitely buy them all. Hopefully some books will be added to the series. Again I love these stories.
Antonio Morales Jr. <email@example.com>
Dos Palos, CA USA - Thursday, April 01 at 19:53:08 (PST)
I am new to the whole Louis Lamour thing.I admit, at first i thought it would be really boring but i guess the more i have to do reserch on him the more i will learn. While i was reading all the other comments in louis Lamours guest book i was shocked by all the rude comments that people made. But what really amazes me is that people are writing these comments when they dont even know the man!!! I was exposed to this website because my teacher, Mr. Frank, wanted the class to do a report. Im glad that i can get a grade for somthing this KOOL!!!~~~!!~~!!~~!!~~!!~~!! =)(=
palestine, tx USA - Thursday, April 01 at 06:55:55 (PST)
I like this website this is very intresting.Ita very helpful if your doing a report.I don't know why these people would go around saying that,"Im ashamed to go to school with those people...",I don't apprecite that after reading this I don't want to claim these people. But,I like this site it has very good information.
palestine, tx USA - Thursday, April 01 at 06:50:35 (PST)
hello we are doing a paper in english class and we are writting a report over a short novel you wrote [war party] and now we are going to follow up and write a report on louis lamour. you seem like you had a very intresting life and you lived a very fulfilled life and you lived it to the fullest! i have truly enjoyed this website thank you for taking time out and making this you have truly helped me write my paper.
palestine, tx USA - Thursday, April 01 at 06:41:31 (PST)
I HAVE BEEN A FAN FOR MANY YEARS, AND NOW MY SON AND GRANDSONS ARE READING AND ENJOYING MY LAMOUR COLLECTION. I HAD PURCHASED ALL THE BOOKS AVAILABLE UP UNTIL 1993. NOW I UNDERSTAND THERE ARE ADDITIONAL BOOKS OUT. HOW DO I GET THE REST OF THE COLLECTION? PLEASE ADVISE.
JIM BOWERS <firstname.lastname@example.org>
HASKELL, TX USA - Wednesday, March 31 at 15:08:59 (PST)
This site is the best I have seen. I have all the books and most of the magazines. My Dad got me started on Mr. L'amour's books and I have been reading them for 35 years, most have been read over and over.
Danny Pfaff <email@example.com>
New Baltimore, MI USA - Wednesday, March 31 at 07:54:46 (PST)
Where can I get the leather editions?
John Foley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Mobile, al USA - Monday, March 29 at 16:45:06 (PST)
My husband turned me on to Louis L'Amour about 3 months ago, and now I can't put his books down. I am really hooked on The Sackett Series. I read Galloway first, and decided I needed to start back on number one. They are fabulous and he is a great writer!
Casey Owens <email@example.com>
Hearne, tx USA - Monday, March 29 at 10:58:24 (PST)
Theres only one thing to do when you read all of his books.START OVER.Thank you for your talent.It will not be forgottin
Beau T. Clark <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Burlington,, Vt USA - Monday, March 29 at 08:04:49 (PST)
louis lamour is and always will be the greatest writer of the American west!!!
oneida, tn USA - Sunday, March 28 at 15:42:27 (PST)
Mr L'Amour is by far my favorite writer, storyteller. I have and have read nearly all of his western, snd some of his other works and am always excited to start, or restart any one of his novels.
Drew Warnke <LAWarnke@hotmail.com>
Flagstaff, AZ USA - Saturday, March 27 at 19:13:04 (PST)
I have read almost all of his books and I have found no other author that compares to the details / images imagined from reading them. I have loved everyone that I have read.
Macomb, MI USA - Saturday, March 27 at 12:49:52 (PST)
I have read almost all of Louis L'Amour's books and was sad whenI finished the very last Sackett story ! No more Sackett's ? Well, I will just have to start them all over again ! I look forward to reading the few stories I have missed !
Tim Freeman <email@example.com>
San Lorenzo, ca USA - Friday, March 26 at 18:48:03 (PST)
I am over 50 and have a been a fan Louis L'Amour's books and short stories for over 30 years. My favorite was 'The Haunted Mesa' which I read some years ago, but as in any novel mystery or otherwise, I find that once I get started and into the book itself, I don't want to put it down. I look forward to reading more and re-reading those that I've read before such as 'The Sackett sagas'. Thanks so much for continuing to print his previous novels for new generations to come.
Lisa Hayes-Hines <firstname.lastname@example.org>
West Liberty, IA USA - Thursday, March 25 at 16:33:58 (PST)
Well let's see I am 17 years old almost 18 and I have been reading Louis L'Amour's books since I was about 15 so as you can see I am not a normal teen. I love the Old west and watching westerns on T.V. I am a cowgirl and have been since I learned what it was. I love to ride horses and shoot a fast draw (I am nowhere near as fast as Shalako, but I am practicing.) I really love to read Louis L'Amour' s books. He had such a grasp on the way the west was. I have to addmit though that I first got interested in him when I read The Walking Drum. I love how divers he was in telling stories. I really enjoy learning more and more about the west everytime I pick up one of his books. I salute him for his talent of telling a story where you feel like it could have happened. Thanks Louis L'Amour for being a big part of my life and teaching me about how the great men and women built this country and their big tributes. Megan
Megan Wooten <Megan6671@yahoo.com>
Rossville, Ga USA - Thursday, March 25 at 05:08:20 (PST)
je ne sais pas si je serai reçu,mais je vous dis bravo pour ce site!! je n'ai que 20 romans de louis l'amour et je regrette qu'en France, il n'y ait pas d'éditeurs pour publier ses romaans, peut ètre cela arriverat-il un jour? excusez moi mais je ne parle pas anglais
goulesque francis <email@example.com>
aucamville, france - Wednesday, March 24 at 05:04:31 (PST)
How do I get back to receiving the leatherette books from Bantam Books? They have stopped delivering them to me. I have not received With These Hands, Off the Mangrove Coast, May there be a road, From the Listening Hills and The collected short stories of Louis L'Amour (The Frontier Stories Volume 1) Could you help?
Lorn Roehm <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sparta, Wi USA - Tuesday, March 23 at 19:55:10 (PST)
I have read and reread all of his books. My favorite all time author.
Marian Sue Gentry <email@example.com>
Dover, DE USA - Tuesday, March 23 at 11:55:18 (PST)
Have been enjoying Louis books for 30 plus years, but have not read them all! Thanks for carrying on the work, and keeping us in the loop. (Found you website in the back of a recent read - May there be a road. Thanks again, Wayne
Wayne H. Aaland
Denver, CO USA - Monday, March 22 at 21:46:57 (PST)
My husband and I have been avidly collecting and reading all the Louis L'Amour books we can find. Love his style!
Santee, CA USA - Monday, March 22 at 21:15:16 (PST)
I have never read a L'Amour book, but after reading some of the information, that is about to change.
Philip Kimball <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Rocklin, CA USA - Monday, March 22 at 16:50:22 (PST)
I love the site. I started collecting and reading L'Amour's books when I was a teen and I still haven't read or collected all of them yet. But I plan to... My husband love's the audio tapes as he is an over the road truck driver.. We both enjoy his books and stories..
Tina Knudson <email@example.com>
Elk Point, SD USA - Monday, March 22 at 12:57:10 (PST)
I want to read all of his books from the beginning. Is there a complete bibiliography available somewhere?
Albert Melshenker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Oak Park, CA USA - Monday, March 22 at 12:22:49 (PST)
I have all of the books written by Mr. L'Amour. I printed your list of his books so I can be sure. Thank you for the web site. Keep up the good work!!!!
Vera Lenamond <email@example.com>
Whitney, TX USA - Friday, March 19 at 11:19:40 (PST)
I just love your books. They are the only ones i can stand to read since they are so well written!
Virgil Siguaw <Run_A_Way2002@yahoo.com>
Everson, Wa USA - Friday, March 19 at 07:41:27 (PST)
School tought me nothing. It was Louis L'amour that gave me the desire to learn. It was his books that got me to learn to read. Thank You!
Gilbert Gatlin <SMOKINCIGARS@webtv>
Cullman, AL USA - Thursday, March 18 at 07:14:01 (PST)
I am new to the Louis L'Amour books, I have read "Utah Blaine", and "Westward the tide", and looking for more from him, These two books are the best I have read yet, and I look forward to reading more.
Pahrump, NV USA - Thursday, March 18 at 01:33:07 (PST)
I have been a huge fan of yours for years. I have the entire hardcover collection that I totally enjoyed as well as many audio cassettes as I travel a lot. Keep up the good work.
Delbert Stark <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Claremont, NH USA - Tuesday, March 16 at 14:23:45 (PST)
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