When Louis L'Amour wrote about a cave near a trail .
. it was there. Here are the comprehensive books which
help you find those caves and tell you about the land,
the people and the trails which Louis L'Amour brought
so vividly to life.
With chapter titles like: "Where are the Lonseome
Gods 1835 - 1864," "A Long Trail To Sitka 1817
- 1867," "Callaghen Of The Wild Geese 1867,"
and "Sackett Makes A Mojoave Crossing 1878"
author Bert Murphy takes you by the hand and guides you
safely through the roughest country, across both time
and space to the world as described by Louis L'Amour.
Filled with detailed maps and directions, laced with autobiographical
annecdotes, personal experiences and historical facts,
Bert Murphy weaves a compelling picture of the time and
place in which Louis' characters lived and died. Then
he brings you back to the present with photographs and
geological survey maps detailing the trails and travels
of Louis L'Amours most beloved characters.
Step back in time and visit the lonesome places portrayed
in Louis L'Amour's novels from California to Alaska.
Bert Murphy has lived or worked in most western states
and several foreign countries. Soldier, petrolium engineer,
pilot, jungle and guerilla operations expert, recipient
of numerous federal, state and foreign decorations, and
frequent contributor to the Discussion Forum here at louislamour.com,
Bert really has been there, done that and in these books,
he shares the pictures, maps and insight he gained from