Monday, July 27, 2009

Where the Long Grass Blows

Where the Long Grass Blows
By Louis L’Amour
Bantam Books, 1976. 213 pgs. Fiction

Bill Canavan drifted down the valley and into a shooting war. The big ranchers were rustlers turned respectable. Now they were fighting with each other. In the middle was a small spread and a woman. Canavan had a mind to stay so he staked a claim. And when the gun hands were gone he'd have everything he wanted--the land, the water. . .and the woman.

I enjoyed reading this book by classic western author Louis L’Amour. The book was fast paced and kept my interest. I really felt like I was a part of the land and setting because of L’Amour’s excellent descriptions. I would recommend this book to men and women alike.


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