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Crossfire Trail
Just finished reading this yesterday, then just now finished the movie. I've read it at some point in the past, and I've seen the movie too, but it's
epeterdOct-01-21 06:15 AM
by epeterd
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BEAU L'AMOUR
Beau, I'm trying to find out if The Haunted Mesa was ever out in audio book form whether on CD or Cassette. I read it over 25 years ago and most of h
dltrogdonSep-28-21 10:21 PM
by Carcosa2004
3366
Desert flash flood
I just saw this video on reddit. It's only a shallow ditch, so only dangerous to bugs and lizards probably, but it reminded me of the times that LL me
epeterdAug-15-21 07:41 AM
by epeterd
2381
DRAIN THE OCEAN
The cable channel National Geographic has a series called "Drain the Oceans". They just aired a really good episode about the Wild West. They had a
john555Aug-12-21 05:53 AM
by epeterd
3384
OWEN CHANTRY - OVER ON THE DRYSIDE
I always thought this character would have been good for more tales.
john555Aug-12-21 05:51 AM
by epeterd
16471
Jamestown Revival Fireside with Lou
I have just finished listening to the Podcast of this duo with Beau. One of the duo made the statement that they imagined their sons being listened to
Les Down UnderJul-30-21 05:03 PM
by blamour
8373
I've lost track of a short story
In the story a character takes papers to the town's lawyer that prove that the man is the rightful owner of the town. The town's hotel and saloon owne
bass1199Jul-29-21 01:50 AM
by Les Down Under
1368
Jon Tuska
I just read western critic Jon Tuska passed away a few years back. I didn't know. Jon seemed pretty dismissive of LL's work in general, but I notice
Carcosa2004Jul-24-21 08:35 PM
by blamour
3371
LL and Stephen King...for Beau
In years past I've read Stephen King make a few comments regard LL, always very warm (at least what I've seen). Did your Dad ever meet or correspond
Carcosa2004Jul-24-21 08:24 PM
by blamour
1360
Writing
Years and years ago I had some poetry published, as had a friend. So he and I decided to try our hand at a novel. When it came my turn I changed the
Mike ShafferJul-21-21 03:17 AM
by epeterd
7370
Plutarch and LL
Seems LL was an admirer of Plutarch, more than a few times favorably mentioned in his books. In Plutarch’s “Lives” and “Moralia”, one has to be highl
Arkansas ToothpickJul-21-21 01:29 AM
by Les Down Under
4361
Name the LL novel:
Old Man Merridew lifted a skinny arm and pointed it the way his hawk-beak nose was already pointing. “They’s a-comin’,” he said. “There’s the dus
Arkansas ToothpickJul-20-21 09:52 PM
by Arkansas Toothpick
1363
SITKA...Beau question
Because I'm interested in such things... How did Bantam seem to lose the rights to SITKA for a time, which was published by Signet in the early 2000s
Carcosa2004Jul-19-21 12:44 AM
by blamour
1372
last of the breed
my question is simple maybe,,, is there a or what is the name of sequel to this book?
scoutmanJul-16-21 02:15 AM
by Les Down Under
4357
King Clancy
Don't know if anyone here follows hockey. I don't, but I happened to see that Pekka Rinne of Nashville won the King Clancy memorial trophy. I was just
epeterdJul-06-21 11:12 PM
by epeterd
0349
Holiday Greetings.
Happy 4th of July everyone. Stay Safe. Les The English Language is weird. It can be understood through tough thorough thought though. :7
Les Down UnderJul-03-21 07:05 AM
by epeterd
1365
The Empty Land
Just finished reading this. I've read it once before, but it's been a few years so I didn't really remember it. I like how he puts Matt and Madge toge
epeterdJun-30-21 07:38 AM
by epeterd
0315
Alert -- To the Far Blue Mountains
I'm working on the LLLT Postscript edition of TTFBM. Central to the PS is the fact that the book's original hardcover edition was heavily edited and
blamourJun-17-21 09:20 PM
by blamour
17406
The Romance of Piute Bill
No one should ever say that L'Amour was not an author of romance lest they be haunted by the ghost of Piute Bill.
john555Jun-05-21 10:27 AM
by john555
0321
THE CURSE OF OAK ISLAND
Any history buffs out there who have been following this show on the History Channel? For those not familiar with it, the two Lagina brothers from Mi
john555May-12-21 09:42 PM
by john555
0339

Since it’s been awhile and I am sitting near the dining room bookcase I see the book, but haven’t a clue what it is...gotta get my dead butt up...wait
Mike ShafferMay-01-21 02:10 AM
by Les Down Under
1375
IRONWOOD STATION - SHORT STORY
Re-reading the short stories now and noticed something in "Ironwood Station". It's probably coincidence but, I just finished "Ironwood Station" whose
john555Apr-29-21 01:21 PM
by blamour
1375
BENDIGO SHAFTER - COMPROMISE
Just finished Bendigo Shafter for the, um, third or fourth time. I noticed a paragraph in Ch 28 (page 270 in my copy) where Bendigo discusses comprom
john555Apr-25-21 04:15 PM
by john555
11443
THE WALKING DRUM - QUESTION FOR BEA
Beau, it looks to me like TWD was published about four years before you dad passed. In the Author's Note at the end, he writes that he intended two o
john555Apr-16-21 12:01 AM
by john555
5382
Louislamourpage Facebook Hacked
Our Facebook Louis L'Amour page has been hacked and hijacked. Starting on April 7th we were locked out of the account and then beginning on the 10th o
PaulApr-15-21 01:28 AM
by Les Down Under
1355
LAST OF THE BREED
I'm about to start this book for the nth time. I bought it slightly used. A previous owner wrote inside the cover, "I've read this 4 times since buy
john555Apr-08-21 07:13 AM
by epeterd
1363
Coronavirus Vaccine
Take care. So far positive responses. One lady friend ran a slight fever...over 100 less than 101. That is the only negative response I have heard
Mike ShafferApr-04-21 10:42 PM
by Mike Shaffer
1357
Kilenny
Paul has his history incorrect. Kilkenny's list should go: #1 - The Rider of Lost Creek #2 - The Mountain Valley War #3 - Kilkenny The reason for all
cowboybilliardsApr-04-21 01:37 PM
by john555
1379
Beau, Cowboy G-Men
Beau was this the series that Louis was involved in from the start? https://www. youtube.com/results? search_query=cowboy+ g+men Les Every sixty seco
Les Down UnderMar-17-21 10:13 PM
by blamour
1376
Where should we draw the line?
Just watched The Professionals" last night. It was promoted and has to my mind always been referred to as a Western. Set during the Mexican Revoluti
Les Down UnderMar-14-21 11:05 PM
by thelegand45
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