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A collection of two stories by beloved Western writer Louis L'Amour.

In "The Sixth Shotgun", Leo Carver has been sentenced to hang for holding up a stage, killing the driver and the guard, and stealing the gold they were transporting. He is convicted despite his protests of innocence, but questions soon arise over whatreally happened.

"The Rider of the Ruby Hills" is the story of Ross Haney, who rides into Ruby Hills country hoping to settledown. What he finds is an intense rivalry between the two big ranches and arustler who is taking full advantage of the situation.

©1987 Louis L'Amour (P)2014 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • Generale
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  • Faye Smith
  • 07/10/2020

a delightful story of justice over evil.

justice prevails, FINALLY after many tales. our hero was a very GOOD man. I would recommend this book to anyone who lives westerns

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  • Jim Fletcher
  • 20/11/2020

Old Fashioned Good vs Evil

As a diversion from my normal fare of listening, I downloaded these two Louis L'Amour tales of the old west. I have seen many western films adapted from his works, but have never read or listened to any. The first story is rather short about a man wrongly accused of killing the driver and the shotgun assistant on a stagecoach. The hombre is certainly not devoid of bad deeds and is an easy target for the crime. What really unravels this mystery is a shotgun count. A fun listen. The second story which carries the title of the novel is an fashioned western drama with bad guys and good guys struggling over land grabbing, cattle rustling, and confrontation in the old west style. This is pure escapism with no hidden agendas. Both Grover Gardner and Jim Gough did excellent jobs of bringing the pages to life. If you are a western fan and just want to be entertained, this is your answer. Also, if you are a premium member, then this is part of the Plus Catalogue. Enjoy.