Louis L'Amour brings you the Wild West as you've never heard it before. These classic audiobooks, complete with a full cast, stirring music, and authentic sound effects, sweep you back to the glory days of the late 1800s.
In Law of the Desert Born: Against his better judgment, when Sheriff Gates formed his posse, he opened the jail and let Lopez ride along. Shad Marone, foreman of the Running F Ranch, had shot and killed Jud Bowman, the arrogant young owner of the Bar B Ranch. Lopez had been a hand at the Running F until the Sheriff caught him with rustled Bar B cattle. Now Lopez swears he's the one who can track Marone down. When he killed Jud Bowman, Marone knew his life in Puerta de Luna was over, but he never expected to die for it. Riding out along the Pecos River, he thought he'd soon be drinking beer in nearby Texas. But the posse forced him west, and kept him waterless across the treacherous lava fields and craggy stone mesas that lay between him and a cistern in the distant mountains...and drove him on toward certain death or a showdown with a halfbreed who'd been at his mercy and now held Marone's fate in his hands.
In Desert Death Song: Powder Basin - the broken, rugged country at the edge of a dry, forbidding desert - holds more hiding places than most men could find. Nat Bodine knows most of them; holed up in the basin hills by a posse of more than a hundred men, he needs them more than ever before. Jim Morton knows that if anyone is going to escape this posse, it's Bodine, just as he knows that Bodine is the kind of man who wouldn't commit the crime of which he's accused - and who, if forced, would seek his freedom in the savage desert sands. Download and start listening now!