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Old 05-13-2022, 01:43 PM   #30661
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Louis L'Amour wrote all of his books himself. There weren't any ghost writers. Some of his short stories were released after his death in new collections. I think they are still doing this. He did write 4 Hopalong Cassidy novels but got mad when they forced him to rewrite them. After that refused to admit that he wrote them.
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Old 05-13-2022, 04:27 PM   #30662
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Louis L'Amour wrote all of his books himself. There weren't any ghost writers. Some of his short stories were released after his death in new collections. I think they are still doing this. He did write 4 Hopalong Cassidy novels but got mad when they forced him to rewrite them. After that refused to admit that he wrote them.
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Yes, they still appear to be releasing uncollected stories from Louis L'Amour's estate from time to time. At least I see them every once in a while.
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The Uncollected Father Brown by Chesterton.

The final Father Brown stories and mediocre is the best I can muster up to say about them.
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If you want a non western, Louis L'Amour try The Walking Drum. It is set in Europe and the Middle East in the 12th century.

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As I love westerns but have never read anything by Louis L'Amour perhaps you can recommend me a good one?

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As I love westerns but have never read anything by Louis L'Amour perhaps you can recommend me a good one?
The Daybreakers, Lando, The Furguson Rifle, Flint, Hondo, The Key-Lock Man, Last Stand at Papago Wells, The Broken Gun, The Man Called Noon, Sitka and Galloway are all good places to start for western stories. The Walking Drum and Last of the Breed are his two best non-western books to me.
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The Daybreakers, Lando, The Furguson Rifle, Flint, Hondo, The Key-Lock Man, Last Stand at Papago Wells, The Broken Gun, The Man Called Noon, Sitka and Galloway are all good places to start for western stories. The Walking Drum and Last of the Breed are his two best non-western books to me.

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The Broken Gun is set in more of a modern (1966) murder mystery. The mass murders happened 90 years before the setting and a western writer is trying to find out what happened.
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As I love westerns but have never read anything by Louis L'Amour perhaps you can recommend me a good one?
Some good selections from Apache there. In addition, for a good sampler of Louis L'Amour's short stories, check out "Law of the Desert Born".
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