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Summary

First time in audiobook form, this "lost" Louis L'Amour novel, published in three parts in the old pulp magazines during the 1950s, showcases the story of the settling of the west in the lives and loves of the riders of the Tumbling K ranch. Once again, Louis L'Amour delivers an unforgettable novel of men and women facing the raw challenges of the range land. Ward McQueen and Kim Sartain are friends and hands on the Tumbling K ranch. One will find love with its passionate owner, Ruth Kermett. The other will leave in search of a woman and land of his own. Both will have to stand up for what they want with their hearts, their minds, and their guns. This authentic western saga remained undiscovered and unprinted for more than 60 years, until the editors of Buckskin Editions found it, and put the pieces together. Includes a preface by writer Charles Lee Jackson II, plus an introduction.

©2014 Buckskin Western (P)2017 Buckskin Western

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  • Shaun Putaine author of The Undiminished Series
  • 29-05-18

Teriffic

L"Amour is one of the greatest western story tellers and this audiobook is a great example of his craft. His descriptions bring the reader into the story and into the wild west. Wonderful narration.

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  • Michael
  • 08-02-18

3 Related Books in One

This book is made up of 3 shorter books, and retitled accurately as "Riders of the Tumbling K". It is typical L'Amour, and books I had already read, and still enjoy.