bendigo shafter

Bendigo Shafter by Louis L'Amour

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Louis L'Amour
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Bendigo Shafter is the sequel to the acclaimed novel, Dreamer's Gold. It follows the story of a twenty-six-year-old son who returns to his father’s ranch in California after a stint in college. He's struggling with disappointment and heartache and must decide how he will live with himself in the future.Louis L'Amour is an American author best known for his novels set before and during the American Civil War. His books are widely distributed in hardcover, paperback and audiobook versions, have been translated into more than 25 languages, and are available as ebooks through libraries worldwide.L'Amour is considered one of the most popular Western writers of all time.

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Mulkis
I am so grateful to Louis L'Amour for writing this book and giving me the opportunity to read it. The story is set in the 1800s on a mining field in California. A group of men are busy working when they hear a gunshot and a scream. A man is shot dead, and the owner of the mine dies instantly. The men are set free, and they must decide how to save themselves from the mob and find the killer.The story is well-
Munos
BENDIGO SHAFTERI was given this book as a gift last Christmas. I read it as soon as I could, and I don't think I ever put it down. It's a great story, and the author is Louis L'Amour. One of my favorite authors.I recommend this book for anyone who likes western stories, or just wants to read a good story.I loved this book!
Voodooshakar
I was introduced to Louis L'Amour by my father who loved his Westerns. I was very excited to read one of his books. My first book was To The Far Blue Mountains and it was a very good read. His first book introduced me to the West and what it meant to be a man in the wild. The book is about a man who goes on a journey through the West. He is looking for a treasure which is said to be buried in a river by a
Dull
I needed to write a literature review about Bendigo Shafter and The Windgate books. I read Bendigo Shafter with pleasure and got an A+ for my book review. Louis L'Amour is a wonderful writer.