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The Trail to Peach Meadow Canyon: The Classic Pulp Novel of the Outlaw Trail [Special Edition] Louis LAmour

The Trail to Peach Meadow Canyon: The Classic Pulp Novel of the Outlaw Trail [Special Edition]

Louis LAmour

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One of Louis LAmours greatest pulp magazine novels, from Giant Western Oct. 1948 – plus the stories and features about the Old West, by some of the best-known writers of the era, that were published in the magazine alongside it!Start with Louis LAmours uncut novel The Trail to Peach Meadow Canyon. Mike Bastian was the son of an outlaw and one of the fastest guns alive – but would he use It to break the law or uphold it! Outlaw Ben Curry had adopted Mike Bastian when he was orphaned as a child Curry had raised Mike as his own son, teaching him everything the boy would need to know to follow the owlhoot trail in his footsteps. Mike had grown up to be the fastest draw, the most skilled tracker, and the quickest thinker in the territory. Not once had he ever questioned the path the man he loved as his father had set out for him. But when Mike met Drusilla, the spirited young woman had stolen his heart. Now with a bloody train robbery and a murderous raid on an unsuspecting ranch planned, Mike found himself wondering where his true loyalty lay. Was it to the man who had raised him? Or to the dream of a home and family which so many other Westerners shared? Either way he would have to be prepared to go it alone against the flinty-hearted guns of the law or the guns of the worst outlaw band the West had ever seen.Peak back in time and experience this outstanding LAmour classic exactly the way magazine readers did in 1949. In addition to the complete LAmour novel, you will get four complete novelettes and short stories that accompanied it, plus six articles and features about the Old West – and the original letter column from the magazine, featuring a letter from a reader who worked with the real Buffalo Bill Cody, and another that comments on LAmours Dutchmans Creek which had appeared in a previous issue.Cover adapted from the original Giant Western magazine cover.