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Publisher's Summary

This collection of six exciting Western stories from early in Louis L’Amour’s career begins with “Fork Your Own Broncs”, in which Mac Marcy, who had saved for seven years to run his own small cattle ranch, sees his dream come true, only to have it threatened by Jingle Bob Kenyon.

In “Keep Travelin’, Rider”, Tack Gentry returns to Sunbonnet and his uncle’s G Bar Ranch only to find that his uncle, a Quaker, has been killed in a gunfight. A faction has moved in and run roughshod over the town and the ranches, including the G Bar.

In “McQueen of the Tumbling K”, ranch foreman Ward McQueen looks out for his boss, Ruth Kermitt. When Jim Yount shows up at the Tumbling K looking to buy cattle to stock worthless land he won in a poker game, McQueen can’t help but question his true intentions.

In “Four Card Draw”, Allen Ring wins the Red Rock Ranch in a poker game, but he soon finds that he has stepped into a hotbed of fear and danger; several years back, Sam Hazlitt was killed on the Red Rock, and his record book - which could discredit many of the ranchers - went missing.

In “Mistakes Can Kill You”, Johnny O’Day had accounted for six dead men by the time he turned 17. Close to death from pneumonia, he’s taken in by the Redlins. O’Day pays the family back by staying on and working, but now he must decide whether to leave or risk his life to save their biological son, Sam.

In “Showdown on the Tumbling T”, after two years in Mexico, Wat Bell runs into his cousin, whom he considers his best friend, only to learn he’s been blamed for the death of their uncle. Although his cousin offers to help, a series of events makes Bell suspect something much more sinister is going on.

©2020 Blackstone Publishing (P)2020 Blackstone Western

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  • Rebecca Louthan
  • 2020-02-08

great cowboy adventures in old west lore.

Telling of gunslinging duals and tracking of outlaws . Great values for the making of men that formed the ranges and built laws.

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  • A. L. Russell, Ghost Writer
  • 2020-06-28

Good as usual

I have over 100 Louis L’Amour audiobooks. I love everyone of them.
Each one is read by different readers, some better than others of course.
But all stories are excellent. Thanks

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  • Peter Gras
  • 2022-02-24

Draw Straight

Great Louis L'Amour stories , well read. Easy to listen to, they have a particular charm - grim stories at times, but with a touch of humour and hope.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2021-03-22

Drawing Into A Pair

This is only the second Louis L'Amour book I've read. The first was recommended by a friend, this one I chose for myself. Great story telling and I'm sorry I'm late to the party. Hit me.