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Conagher

A Novel
Written by: Louis L'Amour
Narrated by: Jason Culp
Length: 4 hrs and 59 mins

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As far as the eye can see is a vast, empty horizon. Evie Teale has finally accepted that her husband won’t be coming home. To make ends meet she runs a temporary stage station. But though she is diligent and careful, Evie must prepare for the day when the passengers no longer come and she must protect her children in an untamed country where’s it’s far easier to die than to live.

Miles away, another solitary soul battles for survival. Conagher is a lean, dark-eyed drifter who is not about to let a gang of rustlers push him around. While searching the isolated canyons for missing cattle, he finds notes tied to tumbleweeds rolling with the wind. The bleak, spare words echo Conagher’s own whispered prayers for companionship. Who is this mysterious woman on the other side of the wind? Conagher only hopes he can stay alive long enough to find her.

©2004 Louis L'Amour (P)2019 Random House Audio

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  • clinton
  • 2019-06-12

Great story

Well it’s a great little novel , one of his more romantic stories and the movie 1991 staring Sam Elliot and kathrine Ross is one of the few times where the movie and the book are almost completely in sync. Jason cult has read many Louis La’mour stories and does a great job, however he wouldn’t have been my choice for Conagher. Nonetheless it is a great way to pass the time. And worth a credit.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 2019-07-14

Conagher

Always like Louis LAmour westerns. Great characters and story. Conagher is another great one. Don' miss it.

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  • Stephen
  • 2019-07-11

my first Louis L'Amour

this is a lot of fun. nothing earthshaking but an enjoyable Western tale. it seems to me all his novels are freestanding so I will probably check out others as time goes by.

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  • Ute Fan
  • 2019-06-14

a great Louis L'Amour Western.

This is one of my favorite Louis L'Amour westerns and it's well performed. it's a fun story. why isn't that you can't leave a review without comments of at least 15 words. it seems like you have to make up words to fill in the space. to me it's also interesting how many people give it how many stars I don't always need a lot of text.

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