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I have been a big fan of Louis L'amour ever since my son-in-law introduced me to him several years ago. He has just about every book he ever wrote and I now have a pretty good collection myself. Glad to find your site.
Kenneth Davis <kennethdavis6374@sbcglobal.net>
Springfield, OH USA - Saturday, April 30 at 19:44:04 (PDT)

I just want to say that I think Louis L'amour is one of the greatest authors of all time. His books are timeless. You can read them over and over and they are still just as good as the first time you read them.
Josh
Tx USA - Thursday, April 28 at 16:01:44 (PDT)

The first time I read a L.L. book was back in 78-79, found it in a library nerby my apartment. I soon started collecting them and have been reading and rereading them since. Oops! I forogt to return that library copy.
Frank Hadzalic <fhadzalic@yahoo.ca>
Toronto, ON CDN - Thursday, April 28 at 06:54:10 (PDT)

Louis L'Amour contributed to and had more influence on my life's entertainment, education and thirst for knowledge than any other single individual.
Mike Lanham <mikelanham@cox.net>
Tucson, Az USA - Thursday, April 28 at 06:42:36 (PDT)

i have read all his books i can find.he is,was,and always will be the best!
brian peake <b.peake@sympatico.ca>
bracebridge, ontario canada - Thursday, April 28 at 06:01:23 (PDT)

I have enjoyed his books for many years. They have been great companions throughout my life.
Lyman H. Bayles <lbayles@yahoo.com>
Mancos, co USA - Wednesday, April 27 at 14:50:56 (PDT)

Love his stories!!
Dennis Brown <bellevue416@yahoo.com>
Bellevue, NE USA - Wednesday, April 27 at 12:19:12 (PDT)

I really enjoyed this site Louis L'Amour has always been my favorite western writer, going through your book list to make sure I have them all. Keep up the good work, Beau your father would be proud of you.
Morg <morg43@hotmail.com>
Dugway, UT USA - Wednesday, April 27 at 08:53:13 (PDT)

I WOULD LIKE TO THANK LOUIS FOR THE FINE WRITINGS OF THE AMERICAN WEST. IT HAS INSTILLED IN ME A LOVE OF WESTERN HISTORY THAT GROWS WITH EACH DAY. I AM A 63 YEAR OLD HANDICAPPED MAN WHO HAS HAD TO STRUGGLE FOR MOST OF MY LIKE AND I WILL NEVER FORGET THE DAY THAT I PICKED UP MY FIRST LOUIS L'AMOUR NOVEL "THE FERGUSON RIFLE". IT HELPED ME THROUGH SURGERY AND REHAB. SINCE THAT DAY A HAVE READ AND REREAD EVERY NOVEL THAT HE HAS WRITTEN. THANKS FOR BEING A CONSTANT COMPANION. MY WIFE IS NOW JUST STARTING TO UNDERSTAND THE FEELING FOR THE AMERICAN WEST AS SHE READS THESE NOVELS. ALSO SHE IS SEVERLY HANDCAPPED AND HOPEFULLY SHE HAS FOUND A COMPANION. I FIND THAT I HAVE READ THE NOVELS SO MANY TIMES THAT I NEED TO REPLACE SOME OF THEM. THANKS AGAIN
PAUL M. LAURETTO <PAULANDMARCIALAURETTO@VERIZON.NET>
ROCKLAND, MA USA - Wednesday, April 27 at 08:31:11 (PDT)

Have read about 70 of Louis' books. Fascinating reading, as well as informative. You can tell the research he did, and the knowledge he possessed.
Loy Wilson <janloyw@netscape.com>
Columbus, OH USA - Tuesday, April 26 at 14:54:04 (PDT)

Can one man shape another's character by what he writes? I am sure Mr L'Amour believed so and he had as much a part in making me a man than my father had. Three things I can say: I loved him, I'll miss him and I am better person for having read him. Vaya Con Dios, Mr L'Amour.
Coenie Wiese <coenie.wiese@sanlam.co.za>
Cape Town, RSA - Tuesday, April 26 at 05:24:22 (PDT)

I'm one of the lucky writers whose story - "A Matter of Principle" - your magazine deemed worthy of printing. I thank you and I think Mr. L'Amour for th. L'Amour for the contributions he made in life, not only as the greatest western writer, but as an inspiration for the rest of us who follow his trail and struggle to reach the ends of our own novels and short stories.
Buddy "Del" Garrett <goldendragon@centurytel.net>
Jacksonville, AR USA - Wednesday, April 20 at 06:27:55 (PDT)

I love Louis L'Amour's Sackett novels. I first read "Mojave Crossing" in 7th grade by stumpling across it in my school library, I only read it because it had Mojave in the title, and it interests me because I live in the Mojave Desert. But now I am so grateful for finding that book when I did. I am now still reading all the Sackett novels and loving ever one of them.
Keira S. <kslayton@hotmail.com>
Lancaster, Ca USA - Tuesday, April 19 at 22:53:23 (PDT)

L'AMOUR BOOKS HAVE GOTTEN ME THROUGH THE TOUGHEST TIMES IN MY LIFE. I'M NEVER LONELY WHEN I HAVE ONE OF HIS BOOKS IN MY HAND. THE FIRST BOOK THAT MY DAD EVER READ TO ME WAS "SACKETT" WHEN I WAS ABOUT 7 YEARS OLD - IT WILL BE THE FIRST BOOK THAT I READ TO MY SON. THANK YOU MR. L'AMOUR.
JOEL MILES <joel_miles@yahoo.com>
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL USA - Tuesday, April 19 at 19:23:08 (PDT)

we have all of his books so far, and several of the movies. and looking for more, we realy enjoy all of them. tho we have a few favorites.
Mary <lovemarya993@aol.com>
chattanooga, tn USA - Tuesday, April 19 at 06:54:18 (PDT)

I have enjoyed the books as well as the tapes and now cd's of Louis L'Amour for many years. The Sackets were a favorite series as well as was the Last of the Breed. Thank you.
Randy Peterson(Tewaenate) <rmjtp@hotmail.com>
Kahnawake, QC, Mohawk Territory - Tuesday, April 19 at 06:35:29 (PDT)

I have read all of Louis's books and own a complete mint condition set of leather bound volumes and seven of his daughter's follow-up novels. Great writer and great real American hero who served his country in war and peace.
Jim Tierney <1167@ebaytique.com>
Murrieta, ca USA - Monday, April 18 at 16:37:12 (PDT)

HAVING GREATLY ENJOYED THE WRITINGS OF LOUIS SINCE THE 1950'S AND CONTINUING TO ENJOY REREADING HIS BOOKS AS I APPROACH MY 70s, I TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO SHARE MY SINCERE APPRECIATION TO HIS FAMILY FOR HIS WORKS AND LAMENT WITH THEM HAVING LOST HIM. NO ONE HAD TAKEN HIS PLACE, A SON OF A GUNSMITH HAVE GROWN UP IN DAD'S SHOP LOVING FIR LOVING FIREARMS, HIS APPARENT UNDERSTANDING OF FIREARMS AND THEIR PROPER USAGE NOT EQUALLED IN MY MIND BY ANY OTHER WESTERN WRITER. GRATEFULLY YOURS, JAMES WYATT, JR.
JAMES ALLEN WYATT, JR <GOVERNMENTWATCHMAN@NETZERO.COM>
CLEVELAND, TN USA - Monday, April 18 at 06:19:17 (PDT)

Just wanted you to know, i have spent hundreds of hours enjoying your fathers stories, i have read many of his books multiple times. It was a very sad day when he passed on, but his memory lives in his words, and the enjoyment his fans feel reading or even re-reading his books. Thank you for this site, Jeff
Jeffrey Carter <carterjac@excite.com>
Largo, fl USA - Sunday, April 17 at 19:42:44 (PDT)

Big fan of Louis. I have his books on tape and his leather bound collection and his paperbacks. (I guess I over did it when I see everything listed.) My two older boys still talk about listening to Louis'
Jean Steffens <Jeansteffens@cox.net>
Scottsdale, AZ USA - Sunday, April 17 at 10:21:15 (PDT)

Best Books ever written. I find some missing every time my son shows up, but I get them back in the mail.
Ron Taylor <RB.Taylor@escapees.com>
Livingston, TX USA - Saturday, April 16 at 12:24:42 (PDT)

MrL'Amour is the best writer I have ever read! He keeps your attention from page one. Next to the Bible, his books are the most read by members of my family. Thanks for the memories!
Keith Wolfe <keith.r.wolfe@chase.com>
Newark, OH USA - Friday, April 15 at 09:32:23 (PDT)

I travel 65 mi one way to work and listening to the Louis' CD's makes the travel very relaxing. Thank you for such excellent stories.
Dan A. Peters <danapeters@adelphia.net>
Temecula, CA USA - Thursday, April 14 at 23:40:44 (PDT)

Many years ago, my father-in-law owned a guest ranch in Douglas, Ariz. We used to visit from Canada and fell in love with the desert. The book I am reading now is "The Lonesome Gods". I can relate to Johannes' love of the desert and the facination it holds. Throughout the many books I have read, I cannot believe I keep coming back to L'Amour novels and truly feel he was quite the philosopher along with his many other talents. I wish I had known him but so do many thousands of others.
Norma Hicks <nehicks@nanaimo.ark.com>
Parksville, BC Canada - Thursday, April 14 at 21:10:49 (PDT)

I have been reading Mr. L'Amour's books for 45 years. I own all of his novels and never tire of reading them. He is one of a very few Great American Writers such as Hemingway, Twain, and Cooper. He is the absolute master of the American West. Mr. L'Amour has given me an education I could never obtain at any university.
George W. Spicer <gwspicer@setel.com>
Jackson, KY USA - Thursday, April 14 at 15:23:38 (PDT)

It would have been wonderful to have met Louis L'Amour in person, and to have talked with him! To have "picked" his brain and explored some of the areas he has travelled so he could write the wonderful books I have read over the years. I have 93 of his books, and can't remember how many times I've read & re-read them ... such moral lessons people could learn from reading and taking to heart the many "lessons" expounded within the covers. He was a great writer, and I sincerely wish he was still writing. God Bless his family!
Patricia Tipton <thecarryco@aol.com>
Springfield, OH USA - Thursday, April 14 at 13:35:06 (PDT)

I have been reading and re-reading L'Amour for over 35 years! I enjoy the variety and pictures he has painted in words for me!!
Dave Bly
St. Joseph, MI USA - Wednesday, April 13 at 17:29:58 (PDT)

Great web site
Philip Foster <philibits@netscape.net>
albany, or USA - Wednesday, April 13 at 16:53:27 (PDT)

Have enjoyed his books very much have had a larger quanity given to me when my Father=in=Law passed away and have begun reading them all
James O Parker <trucker204@hotmail.com>
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Lawrenceburg, Tn USA - Wednesday, April 13 at 11:37:51 (PDT)

I started reading Louis Lamour books when i turned eleven and now, at sixteen, i've read all of his books, own about half, and i'm looking to buy more of them. I think Louis Lamour was and is the best author that ever picked up a pen and i wish that i had the chance to meet him like my dad did.
Ian Carter <imcw88_04@yahoomail.com>
Laytonville, Ca USA - Monday, April 11 at 09:00:14 (PDT)

there is know way of knowing how many times i have reread all of his books
john mcdonald <hawk2992@bellsouth.net>
temple , ga USA - Sunday, April 10 at 13:28:15 (PDT)

I used to not like westerns untill I read Lous L'amour's The Burning Hills that I received as a gift. I got burned by the first western I read(and only western untill The Burning Hills). Pistle Pete,I don't remember who the author was, but it was so boring it put me to sleep after three pages. After reading The Burning Hills, I became hooked on westerns Louis Lamour's westerns. His westerns any thing thing but boring
Douglas French <french12@pacbell.net>
Los Angeles, CA USA - Sunday, April 10 at 12:33:43 (PDT)

My Grandpa used to read Louis L'Amour stories all the time. About 3 years before he passed away I picked up one and was hooked. When he died in 1990, I was given his books. Now I own most of them.I treasure them so much. He was so ver talented. While reading his books, I can clearly envision the scenes.
Mary Pat F <Mfrancen@aol.com>
Brooklyn, NY USA - Saturday, April 09 at 21:24:55 (PDT)

I have been reading Loius' books since the mid-60s, when I was about 12 or 14, in Canada, and have read (I think) every novel he ever published, most of them several times. I love the caliber of his writing and the fact that his places are true, as the personalities also seem to be.
Charles Fleming <cajflem@quixnet.net>
Little Elm, TX USA - Saturday, April 09 at 02:20:08 (PDT)

I own and have read every novel and short story collection listed in the front of "From the Listening Hills". Louis L'Amour is the only western novelist I read. I can't imagine not having any new stories. We lost the best of the best in 1988.
Rajah C Underwood <RajahCU@AOL.com>
Birmingham, AL USA - Friday, April 08 at 20:38:35 (PDT)

I am so pleased that the last seven compilations have been accomplished. This way we have missed very litle of the writings of "The Man". Thank you.
Bob Rogers <bobrogers42@hotmail.com>
Lawrence, Mi. USA - Thursday, April 07 at 21:53:42 (PDT)

Excellent site that is a fitting tribute to the great Mr. L'Amour!
Joe Motley <jtmotley@yahoo.com>
College Station, TX USA - Thursday, April 07 at 20:58:13 (PDT)

I have been reading Louis L'Amour stories since I was 10, I have a whole library of his books, my dad and my brother and nearly all of my uncles are big fans of his rich storylines, and the fact that his stories are clean. I wish he were still alive and writing, although the family releases books every so often, I would of loved to know how Lance Kilkenny and Nita Riordan made out, if they ever married, and also more from the Sackett, Talon, and Chick Bowdrie series. Simply put, Louis L'Amour in our family is the greatest western/mystery writer of all time.
Lynn Morris <laceylanigan35@hotmail.com>
Vandalia, oh USA - Thursday, April 07 at 20:48:51 (PDT)

I have been reading Louis L'amour's works since I was eleven years old. He is my favorite author of all time and I would like to thank the maintainers of this site. Keep up the great work!
Jessica Sams <campgirl86@hotmail.com>
Tx USA - Thursday, April 07 at 10:13:21 (PDT)

Mr. L'Amour gave his stories and the characters who populate them a fluid vitality that no single author-working in the western genre- has been able to duplicate. I will remain a life-long admirer of his skill with the pen.
John E. Swayze
USA - Tuesday, April 05 at 23:03:56 (PDT)

This website helped me very much. I also love reading your books very much. Thank you.
Matthew Lipka <arctic_185@hotmail.com>
Marengo, WI USA - Tuesday, April 05 at 09:45:07 (PDT)

i think it is great that you are doing this! it is for a great person.
Taylor shoup
tipp, ohio USA - Tuesday, April 05 at 06:48:58 (PDT)

I have been reading(Louis L'Amour) since I was 12 years old, I am now 21 and starting my own collection(and not stealing from my father's any more. You have a great site that does alot of justice to Louis, thank you for the selection of books! Jared R. Voller U.S. Army
Jared R. Voller <mudking87@yahoo.com>
APO, AE USA - Monday, April 04 at 02:57:51 (PDT)

I was 19 when I started to read Louis Lamour, and I have not stopped since I have a few of his books and am trying to find more all the time. I absolutely love his books and the way that they transport you to another time and place. He did a great job and will be sorely missed.
Lisa Z <lisahaugen1@excite.com>
Chaska, MN USA - Thursday, March 31 at 18:35:04 (PST)

i like listening to the aduio tapes while i drive truck it sure is funny i don't like reading much when i listen to the tapes i cann't seem to shut off the tapedeck i have around 60 tapes now it's time to buy the cd's i like the way you have more then one person talking on the tape it's like watching tv only here your using your imagination it's great keep up the good work everyone p.s. bowdries law fantastic mike
mike fast <fastnippi@yahoo.ca>
whitehorse, yukon canada - Thursday, March 31 at 13:42:10 (PST)

I was interduced to the Louis L'Amour westerns in 1969 while attending college. Since then I have been an avid reader of his books. I think I have almost all of them in my collection. This includes books, audio books, and movies. Years ago I wrote to Louis and received a reply from him. There have been several books of I've read that were so interesting that I was unable to put down until finished. This meant reading through the night.
Jerry McClimon <striker1939@aol.com>
Channahon, IL USA - Wednesday, March 30 at 04:22:03 (PST)

I've heard of Louis L'amour a long time ago, and liked the art on the cover of his books, but never had the urge to actually read his stories untill just recently. They are easy reading, and provide a tasteof the real west as it once was. Owning a house in Arizona, I plan on reading all of his books, once I retire there.
GEORGE L. TERLECKYJ <YURATYJ@FAST.NET>
MACUNGIE, PA USA - Tuesday, March 29 at 10:52:17 (PST)

thanks for many hours of contented reading. as a jackeroo on a station in Queensland Australia I can identify with a lot of the happenings in his books
brad lawder <brad1972@optusnet.com.au>
texas, qld australia - Tuesday, March 29 at 05:55:38 (PST)

HAVING BEEN BORN AND RAISED IN NORTH DAKOTA I KNOW VERY WELL THE PLACE WHERE LOUIS GOT HIS START IN LIFE. I HAVE A COMPLETE COLLECTION OF HIS WORKS AND HAVE READ A LOT OF THEM NUMEROUS TIMES. I HAVE JUST FINISHED RE-READING HIS "EDUCATION OF A WONDERING MAN". I GET A LITTLE MORE OUT OF IT EACH TIME. LIKE HIM I LOVE TO READ AND HAVE AROUND 600 BOOKS IN MY LIBRARY. THAT IS CERTAINLY NOT LARGE BY SOME STANDARDS BUT FOR THIS 70 YEAR OLD MAN I FEEL PRETTY GOOD ABOUT IT AND HAVE TRIED TO PASS THIS GREAT GIFT ON TO MY CHILDREN. AS MR LOUIS SAID MANY TIMES "YOU CAN SIT IN YOUR EASY CHAIR AND TRAVEL THE WORLD OVER JUST BY READING". I DO HAVE A QUESTION FOR YOU: IS HIS LIBRARY STILL INTACT AND CAN PEOPLE COME AND LOOK AT I AND CAN PEOPLE COME AND LOOK AT IT AND IF SO EXACTLY WHERE IS IT LOCATED? YOU ARE DOING A MARVELOUS JOB IN YOUR QUEST TO KEEP HIS NAME ALIVE AND YOU CAN COUNT ON ME TO HELP YOU IN THIS ENDEAVOR.
NORMAN PAULSON <NLP74@AOL.COM>
BILLINGS, MT USA - Monday, March 28 at 20:54:38 (PST)

By far the greatest writer I've ever read. I'm gauranteed to Ride For The Brand!!
Pete Ricotta <petenamyr@aol.com>
Charlottesville, VA USA - Monday, March 28 at 19:46:18 (PST)

HAVE BEEN READING LL BOOKS FORMANY MANY YEARS. I AM ON MY 7TH READING IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER. THE 7TH READING IS STILL MORE EXCITING THAN THE 1ST READING OF ANY OTHER WESTERN WRITER. I THANK GOD FOR LL. PURE CLASS!!!!!!
CHARLES P. RODMAN <WWW.BUZZARD33@VERIZON.NET>
GRANADA HILLS, CA. USA - Sunday, March 27 at 22:32:14 (PST)

I have been a Louis L'Amour fan for 20 years and I still like to read his books over and over.
Harold Litzenberger <halitzenberger@sasktel.net>
Rosetown, Sk Canada - Sunday, March 27 at 19:23:04 (PST)

Im currently station in Iraq and these Louis L'Amour books are what keep me going over here. Thank You
Dustin Goldsmith <Conan_39069@yahoo.com>
meadville, ms USA - Sunday, March 27 at 17:53:12 (PST)

Hi, I first read a Louis L'Amour book about 1981. And since then I have started collecting them. I have to date about 70 or so. And I just bought 16 more. I hope to get the rest that I need to finnish the total that Louis L'Amour wrote in the next year or so. I even crossed, I believe it was Hanging woman creek on a trip to Denver, Co. from Sturgis, S.D. in 1991. That's the 1 really cool thing about his books that make them ever more interesting to read. And that is that the land marks that the main person in the book uses to find his way around, are really there! His books have kept me interested in the old west and history in general. I personally think that he was the best western writer, because of his attention to details and the factual places in his books. Thanks to him I have kept up with reading in general. He will be missed! Thanks! Ric
Ric <ribowdeer69@yahoo.com>
Kingston, R.I. USA - Sunday, March 27 at 01:32:12 (PST)

I have been an avid fan for an avid fan for almost thirty years. My late father taught me to read from Dutchman's Flat. I still have that dog-eared copy as well as several more. I have my dad's plus a few of my own too.
Eric L. Gieseking <gfgtrdyte@yahoo.com>
Brazil, IN USA - Saturday, March 26 at 12:41:36 (PST)

I love your novels.
Michael Capps
Kansas City, KS USA - Friday, March 25 at 12:02:36 (PST)

i started reading louis l'amoreabout 3 yrs ago,i now almost have a complete set.i am still looking for about 6 novels to complete my set.i have read them all again and again..i love all the action of the old west.even visited tombstone in arizona and to see boot hill.love every one of his novels.thank you louis.
fred dudla <conraddudla@lycosmail.com>
st.davids, on canada - Friday, March 25 at 07:46:38 (PST)

I have read Louis L'Amour books form the age that I could start to read. My father has given me his entire collection to take to Iraq with me, so I have something to remind me of home.
Dan Palfreyman <dan.palfreyman@us.army.mil>
Layton , Ut USA - Thursday, March 24 at 14:27:55 (PST)

I have been reading Louis L'Amour's books since the early 70's and have read most of his books 4 and 5 times(even more). His books make other books as dry as dust and you do not want to read any others after you have read his books. I have most of his books on a book case in our master bedroom. I would like a complete list of all his books so that I can try and find the ones that I am missing and then read them. Once you start one of his books, you can't put it down until you finish it!! He is the best author ever!!!Thanks for letting us write about a very great man!!! I take his book with me in my car so that if I have to wait for my wife, I read his books. It makes time pass quickly. MANY THANKS AGAIN!!!
Bob Pryor <bob.pryor@earthlink.net>
Virginia Beach, Virginia, Va USA - Wednesday, March 23 at 13:29:27 (PST)

Your books are really an inspiration for us all
Jennifer Klinger <dolphinlover_20_77@hotmail.com>
Bismarck, ND USA - Wednesday, March 23 at 10:46:30 (PST)

I want to express my gratitude and thankfulness for the talent of Louis Lamour. I was given a paperback of Reily's Luck as I visited the west nearly 25 years ago. From that first novel, I was hooked. The story came to life as I read and the images Louis created made it so real that you tasted the dust stirred up by the stampede! I traveled the west for many years and loved the fact that his books were based in real surroundings. I have made it a hobby and purpose to collect every work I can find and look forward to passing them on down in my family. Thank you to the Lamour family for allowing this wonderful heritage to be enjoyed by so many and by so many generations to come.
Rick Clay
USA - Wednesday, March 23 at 06:44:04 (PST)

My dad got me started on Louis L'Amour when i was about 6(The audio tapes) and since then(I'm 15 now) i have read and reread almost all of them, im currently working on reading the last of the Sackett novels. I love his books!
Brandon <Blackhawk98779@aol.com>
Tx USA - Tuesday, March 22 at 20:42:19 (PST)

My grandparents loved reading L'amour. They lived on a ranch in Wyoming all of their lives and reading was one of the only entertainments available. My grandfather rode as a kid in WY at a time when there were no fences, just open range. The fact that they loved these books so much is a testament to how true to life they really are. I love the website and the books myself and am currently finishing their collection which was graciously given to me. Thank you and Mr. L'amour for everything.
Mike Record
WY USA - Tuesday, March 22 at 09:35:32 (PST)

I am only 14, but ive already read all of your books like 4 or five times. they're awesome!
Taylor Shoup
Tipp, Ohio USA - Tuesday, March 22 at 06:31:27 (PST)

i can't describe how good i feel whenever i pick up a louis l'mour book. all the problems of the day just fade away.
bob redd <bredd99@hotmail.com>
plano, tx USA - Monday, March 21 at 15:54:27 (PST)

This is a great site and of course Louis L'Amour is one of the greatest writers of all times. He is so much fun to read, he describes the countryside in a vivid detail and he really makes the reader feel that the reader is living in the time period and that he is part of the story. I love the way describes the characters, the way he they think, the way how they cope with their problems. There is a lot of philosophy in the books and everybody can take what he wants out of them. When I read the books I can't stop till I finish them. My first book was "Hondo" and I read it (translated into Czech) when I was 12 and I knew that was "it". Since then I have read and gathered almost every book. The "Sackets" I have in two languages - Czech a languages - Czech and English (Of course nothing compares to the original) I keep buying other books and I reread others when I'm in the mood. I wish I could have met Louis myself, but I also wish I had been born 150 years ago to see it all for myself. PS: I'm currently living in Colorado
Jiri Jezek <jezekjiri@yahoo.com>
Pribram, Czech Republic - Monday, March 21 at 15:09:34 (PST)

Thanks to my father who had two large boxes filled with Luis L'Amour books piled up in the garage I had the chance, at the age of 8, to meet with the Sackett family their cousins and so many others who became my childhood heroes.When I should be playing with Barbies I was runing around dressed as a cowgirl wanting to be like those strong daughters and wives of the pioneers.Even though I'm 23 yrs old now, I like to think that I still carry their dreams and ideals with me.
Lena <suzyQ436@hotmail.com>
Athens, Greece - Monday, March 21 at 12:45:44 (PST)

I think it is sad that people would use a great man's website to promote their own sick habbits to the world.
Melissa
USA - Sunday, March 20 at 08:19:59 (PST)

For the past several years I have received a Louie L'Amour book for Christmas from my family. It is one present that I always enjoy! I am very sorry that I never had an opportunity to meet him in person. It would have been a highlight in my life.
Michael W. Hamilton <MWJHamilton@Hotmail.com>
San Antonio, Texas USA - Saturday, March 19 at 08:25:16 (PST)

I've been a loyal reader and a fan of Louis L'Amour for at least 30 years. I believe that I have read 95% of his books, as I still have over 80 titles on hand, and I have re-read many of these more than just once.
Roger Poulin <rogerpoulin@rogers.com>
Ottawa, On Canada - Friday, March 18 at 17:29:23 (PST)

He planned sequels to Walking Drum & Last of the Breed, and had started on a story about Pa Sackett fighting the British at New York. When are you going to let his work get finished? I'm not getting any younger.
William A. McFee <mcfee@netbravo.net>
soperton, ga USA - Friday, March 18 at 16:25:51 (PST)

God bless Louis L'Amour and the fine works he left to us. My Grandmother read all hs novels, and I have just discovered him myself. I first read "The Cherokee Trail" about 5 months ago. Since then I have read about 25 of his books, including the first 4 in the "Sackett" series. I'm 45 years old. Wish I'd have read his books 30 years ago. Young children need to read his works...there's a message there in all his works. So much to learn from. God bless you Louis!
Jim Anderson <jamesanderson59@yahoo.com>
Las Vegas, NV USA - Friday, March 18 at 05:04:44 (PST)

I LOVE ALL OF HIS BOOKS MY GRANDMOTHER GOT ME STARTED READING THEM WHEN I WAS 12 OR 13 I HAVE ALMOST ALL OF THEM I AM 24 NOW AND HAVE RE-READ MOST OF THEM AT LEAST ONCE. I CAN SIT DOWN ON MY DAY OFF AND I WILL READ ONE OF HIS BOOKS IN A DAY. IF ANYONE HAS A COMPLETE LIST OF ALL HIS BOOKS PUBLISHED I WOULD APPRECIATE IT IF YOU WOULD EMAIL IT TO ME
JOSH ZACHARY <josh19995@yahoo.com>
CELESTE, TX USA - Thursday, March 17 at 13:52:50 (PST)

This site has good information for school projects like the North Dakota Wall of Fame that we are working on!
Bailey <Bailey_Drader@hotmail.com>
Arthur, ND USA - Tuesday, March 15 at 18:26:59 (PST)

Been a fan since I was 15. Getting ready to turn my son, Logan (named for the Sackett), on to his books. He turns 13 in a month and it's time he read something other than Harry Potter... not that those are bad books... I just think Sacketts are better characters to pattern yourself after if you are young and seeking an image to emulate. Hope the experiment works. God Bless the rest of ya'.
Rodney Ray <rodneyray@hotmail.com>
Allen, Ok USA - Tuesday, March 15 at 00:15:20 (PST)

I HAVE BEEN READING AND COLLECTING FOR 38 YEARS, AND I LOVE IT ALL, THANKS MR. LOUIS LAMOUR, YOU ENRICHED MY LIFE, WITH YOUR WRITING, ROBERT.
ROBERT B. JARMAN, SR. <JARMANRB1@BELLSOUTH.NET>
TAYLORSVILLE, MS USA - Friday, March 11 at 21:42:53 (PST)

I have been reading his books for about 20 years and enjoyed all I have readed
Gerald Schroeder <ghs61037@hickorytech.net>
Waseca, mn USA - Friday, March 11 at 13:07:25 (PST)

I love his books they are the best i've ever read.they are the kind of books that keep you on the edge of your seat.I have alot of his books it is hard to find some of his books that I haven't already read so I read the books all over again and they just get better each time. p.s:I love the SACKTET series
calder kurcz <skurcz@cox.net>
Las Vegas, N.V USA - Friday, March 11 at 12:26:05 (PST)

I have read so many of his books that i have lost count, I know they help me get through the Viet Nam war, I spent many a night reading my flash light. Just keep up the great work an you will have many new reader to add.
Glen Jackson <jglenj@hotmail.com>
Las Vegas, nv USA - Wednesday, March 09 at 21:51:24 (PST)

my name is daniel i have just started reading Louis L'Amour books,because I have to do an english project on his life and times. I am glad i am doing a project on him because he is a very interesting. the first book I have read of his is DOWN THE LONG HILLS I think thatI think that he is an amazing person.
Daniel
canada - Wednesday, March 09 at 15:36:30 (PST)

Having grown up in West Texas,in the 40's and 50's, I was an avid reader of Zane Grey. I discovered Louis L'Amour during a period of unemployment, some 25 plus years ago. I made the rounds of all the used book stores and collected all his writings. Today, I have a complete collection of the books,all in paperback, and, with a few exceptions, all first editions. His stories have a particularly powerful attraction for those of us who grew up in the Southwest. But, once you have read a L'Amour story, it matters not if he is writing about the Southwest, or about shipping out on a freighter in the South Seas. I was foth Seas. I was fortunate enough to meet this remarkable man, in Atlanta, GA, some years back. Thank you for keeping his work and his memory alive.
Pete Borden <petebcoot@aol.com>
Marietta, GA USA - Wednesday, March 09 at 07:04:46 (PST)

Thank you for a wonderful websight. I love to read all the books that Louis L'Amour has written(so far). There is still allot of books I need to get and will continue to look until I have everyone he has written. When I read his books I feel like I am in the old west myself. Thanks to Louis L'Amour for all the great books that gives all of us readers such pleasure.
Len Brackin <Brackin7@hotmail.com>
Columbus, MS USA - Tuesday, March 08 at 16:47:57 (PST)

I have read LL books all of my life and have all of except four novels, three short stories, one hopalong novel, Education of a wandering man, and smoke from This altar. They never get old and I have read them over and over down through the Years. I am 60 and still love to read about the old west.
Clif. <cbmedders@hotmail.com>
Rosedale, Ms. USA - Tuesday, March 08 at 11:02:54 (PST)

would like to find a complete list of every thing ever written by louis lamour
Tim Sullivan <bullfighter212001@yahoo.com>
Tooele, UT USA - Sunday, March 06 at 23:55:02 (PST)

im one of the biggest fans of Louis i started off when i was just 18 ,, im 38 now and sthere was a time when i owned more than 50 books ,, saw this site and just couldnt resist writing to u back home every one calls me a pupil of LOUIS LAMOUR,, it was nice to write to my favourite writer ,, and yes my favourite character is lance kilkenny,, i loved both his books tx and bye
Haroon Islam <wolfish666@hotmail.com>
lahore, pakistan - Sunday, March 06 at 14:30:45 (PST)

LOVE HIS BOOKS READ ALOT HARD TO PUT DOWN! I READ THE LAST BREED LOVED IT!!!!
JIMMIE RAY ATTAWAY <SGTDUSTY@AOL.COM>
MILNER, GA USA - Saturday, March 05 at 17:39:12 (PST)

I am a big fan of "The Haunted Mesa" and hope a movie will soon come from it. I've read several westerns also and enjoy the great descriptions of people and the land.
Roy Dean Garrard <roy@archeroy.com>
Spring Creek, NV USA - Friday, March 04 at 23:00:38 (PST)

I have collected and read every one of Louis L'Amour's books many times over and will continue to do so as I find something new every time I read one. Thank you Louis for all the great reading and times.
Henry Boltrucyk <henry@coolerking.com>
Carson City, NV USA - Friday, March 04 at 15:42:42 (PST)

Louis L'amour was larger than life for me. I read my first novel by him when I was ten and I have never been without a book since. I have over a thousand books in my personal collection. He introduced the love of reading in a small impressional boy. I was driving home from college in Georgia when it was announced that Louis L'amour died. I had to pull over to the side as the tears flowed and I could no longer safely drive. I have only cried for three people in my life that have passed away and he was one of them. I was never graced with the chance to meet him, but I am glad to know that in heaven he is aware of how much he meant to me and millions of others.
Russ Irby <russell_irby@yahoo.com>
South Boston, VA USA - Thursday, March 03 at 18:52:40 (PST)

Louis L'Amour is one of the greatest authors of alltime, to me he is better than the so-called literary masters in history. I have been reading and enjoying his books for more time than I care to count. His stories never gert old I can read them over, over, and over again. My favorite book is The Lonesome Gods by far, it is most definitly his best works, it combines a great western, with romance, and some horor( though light) I reccomend it to all.
Brent Wilcox <Mwilcox9@cox.net>
Hampton, VA USA - Thursday, March 03 at 18:02:49 (PST)

I have enjoyed reading Louis Lamour's book for 40 years and have all his paperbacks. As a retired teacher I used many of his ideas and sayings in my classes. He was a great talent.
Del Hildreth <dhildreth@kusd.org>
Kingman, Az USA - Thursday, March 03 at 08:28:08 (PST)

I always enjoy reading Louis L'amour's books. I've always liked westerns and past history of the west. Today is to modern.
Gerald Woodman <gwoodman@rgv.rr.com>
Mission, TX USA - Thursday, March 03 at 06:04:16 (PST)

I am a western fan in particular the films based on the author's books
john prince <johnprince6@aol.com>
Fareham, uk - Wednesday, March 02 at 13:11:52 (PST)

I started reading any and everything I could get my hands I started reading any and everything I could get my hands on in the first grade and that was a good many years ago. My mother-in-law got me started on Louis L'Amour books. I could and still do just get "lost" in his books. You feel the heat from the desert sun, the cold in a snow storm and the excitement from everything else. I was receiving the hardback editions of his book but while moving, they stopped coming. I would very much like to finish up my collection. None of my children like to read but do have two granddaughters who keep their heads in books as much as possible. At the present time I am unable to convince them of the pleasure received from a Louis L'Amour book. I'm not going to give up, after all it did take me a while. One of these days one of these offsprings will receive a great collection of Westerns, but until then, I keep them and read when I want to get "lost".
Julene Quave <jwave1@bellsouth.net>
Merryville, LA USA - Wednesday, March 02 at 12:02:22 (PST)

Just an update to say I just purchased another 32 paperbacks from the Trading post in Wash. Paul O'Dell is a real nice guy to talk too. I really enjoyed talking to him. Kepp up the good work and God bless Louis Lamour.
Max G Grengs <grengs@copper.net>
Crystal Falls, Mi USA - Wednesday, March 02 at 08:58:37 (PST)

I have about 108 Louis Lamour books,all paperbacks. Some of them are dated in th 50's.I think the world lost a great man when your Dad/Husband passed away.I am really glad that your family has published the additional books after his passing. Sincerly, W.Zourdos
William Zourdos <bill-pattyz@prodigy.net>
Gahanna, Ohio USA - Sunday, February 27 at 17:57:15 (PST)

I have been reading Louis for over fifty years. I have read and reread every novel he has written. I am now collecting them for the third time. I also hope to have collected all of his movies before I die. Wonderful man and wonderful influence on our country.
Lon <Lomtrmr@aol.com>
Cottonwood, Ca. USA - Sunday, February 27 at 15:43:39 (PST)

Here's to Louis L'Amour, the greatest writer of the American West! His stories have been good company through many a long cold night after a tough day!
Glenn G. Whiteside <siderwhite@att.net>
Monument, CO USA - Friday, February 25 at 19:33:59 (PST)

Thanks for the web site .Especially like the discussion forum. Nice tohave a place for all us L.L. fans to talk about our favoriteauthor, as well as " stuff " in life in general. Thanks to Beau for always giving a quick reply to our questions that no one else can possibly answer. Thanks mostly to Louis himself for all the great, great stories and insights into American life.< the cover which made me pick it out, The Haunted Mesa. After I had read that novel, my eyes were for the first time opened to a whole world of reading books and expanding my imagination. I am proud to say that until present I have read all of Louis Lamour's books and will continue on reading them. He has obviously surpassed the limits of literature expressions and is now a legend.
Narciso Parilla <dapoet55@msn.com>
El Paso, TX USA - Friday, February 25 at 11:25:28 (PST)

I am transported to the western days when I read Louis' books.I do not stop when I start reading one,until I am finished.He leaves me craving more.I am a loyal fan.God bless you Louis L'Amour.
Larry & Linda Smith <cody8128@netzero.net>
Cumberland, Md USA - Friday, February 25 at 06:02:13 (PST)

I HAVE ENJOYED READING FEW OF YOUR BOOOKS IN FIJI SIGATOKA AS A YOUNGMAN DURING 1962+. THEN I LOVED READING WESTERN COMIC BOOKS COWBOYS BOOKS AND SEEING WESTERN MOVIES AS YOUNG BOY DURING 1953-56. LOUIS L'AMOUR IS A GREAT WRITER.
SIGATOKA KID <lushala@indiatimes.com>
VANCOUVER, BC CANADA - Friday, February 25 at 00:22:52 (PST)

As a kid of 13 or 14 I had read a page or two of books my father Oscar M. Gentry Jr. had been reading and wonder how he could sat and read them. After reading enough of one to become "hooked", I believe I read all my father books, and bought the ones he didn't have......they were wonderful! Ones about the Sackett's and Talons are my favorites..Thank You
Darrel Gentry <gentry01@myway.com>
Marion, NC USA - Thursday, February 24 at 00:22:52 (PST)

Mr. L'Amour is the best most original yet creative writer ever.His writing's are true masterpeices
Anthony Burke
Harsens Island, MI USA - Wednesday, February 23 at 12:17:27 (PST)

I've been reading & re-reading these books(all of em I think) for about 50 years and, nobody can beat them. I wanted to meet Louis. Never happened. I would like to see Flint & Last of the Breed on DVD and one day I expect to leave the whole stack of books & movies I have to the next generation. If a person reads carefully, they are educational as well as entertaining. Beau/Angelique - keep up the family tradition!!
Daryle Snyder <snyddd@hotmail.com>
Bethel Park, Pa USA - Sunday, February 20 at 10:13:16 (PST)

A friend of mine loaned me one of L,L books to read,I told him I didn,t read much and I would returned it when i finished it( which may be a while) Once i got to reading,i found it hard to put it down until i finished. I returned it and he could not belive i had read it that quit, so he loaned me three more thick Sacketts books. I Have almost finished them.I never thought i would enjoy reading this much. Now that I,am retired i got time to read more.
Hurston L. Quates
Deatsville, Al USA - Sunday, February 20 at 09:47:22 (PST)

I remebered Louis was sitting on floor in Harry Franklin's living room listening to my boring stories about Indonesian folklores. Harry, the Telan brothers looked restless but I continued on and Louis still kept an interested face. I still remember that picture vividly until now. Harry and Ruth had passed on but the Telan brothers are alive and well in Bangkok and we'll meet now and themn and talked about those time in the 58/l962 time.
Farid Noor <Noorindo@AOL.com>
Irvine, CA USA - Saturday, February 19 at 21:15:22 (PST)

My love of the Old West and of Louis Lamour's Old West stories began with my dad and his pioneer ancestors. Dad's father and grandfather were early Nebraska settlers. His father was a volunteer Union cavalryman in the Civil War and later claimed land in one of the Oklahoma land rushes. Dad was born in Nebraska in late 1890 and, by covered wagon, moved with his family to the new Indian Territory land in early 1891. When I was a boy, he used to tell me stories about his life and the lives of his parents and grandparents, hardy western men and women of integrity. I found the same kind of men and women in the stories of Louis Lamour and became a lifelong fan when I first discovered him some thirty years ago.
Sam Watts
NC USA - Saturday, February 19 at 18:53:38 (PST)

I like the book on him, give me somthing to think about in writting a book about my brother.
Danny Summers <dnnysmmrs@yahoo.com>
Hermiston, Ore. USA - Saturday, February 19 at 17:17:30 (PST)

Hi I am 65 years old & i think i have read every book that Mr L'Amour has wrote, & have injoyed them very much. Otis K. Pace
Otis K Pace <stormeyp@frontiernet.net>
Needles , Ca USA - Saturday, February 19 at 15:30:50 (PST)

Howdy Ya'll! Just thought I would sign in and say hello. Texas John
Texas John <Big_gunz57@SBCYahoo.com>
Nacogdoches, TX USA - Saturday, February 19 at 10:05:59 (PST)

I read my first Louis L'amour wesatern almost thirty years ago. I joined the book club and wound up with all but one book from the collection. Because of my love for the stories and the way in which they were written, I chose to move to Wyoming from Tennessee three years ago. As I discover the wild places in my new home, I find myself in the very places that many stories take place. There is only one true Western storyteller, and he is no longer with us. Thanks Louis for what you left us.
Rusty Parker <s.parker@halliburton.com>
Casper, Wy USA - Friday, February 18 at 16:44:37 (PST)

I HAVE A LOT OF LOUIS LAMOUR PAPERBACKS,I HAVE ONE THAT IS DATED 1957 CBS PUB.ISBN:0-449-14218,IT IS FAIR CONDITION HOW CAN YOU FINE OUT HOW MUCH A COLLECTOR MIGHT PAY FOR IT
MIKE ALLEMNAI <CATFISHMAN3@HOTMAIL.COM>
GUYTON, GA USA - Friday, February 18 at 11:56:05 (PST)

I have most of Louis L'Amour books and also 11 of the Western magazine published in 1994-1995. I am missing Volumn 1 Issue 1 and would very much like to buy it from someone who would part with theirs so I can have a complete set. I loaned mine to my son-in-law and now he can't locate it. Please email me if you have vol.1 no.1 you would sell. I really enjoyed the magazine and wish publication could be resumed.
Richard Percy <noyning@ktis.net>
Bellflower, MO USA - Thursday, February 17 at 19:30:25 (PST)

I have read all his books and to me he is the best author to ever write a book.
Jerry Robinson <chhawk@earthlink.net>
Avery, TX USA - Thursday, February 17 at 14:22:40 (PST)

I don't have an E-mail adress, but I wat to say that I love the books. My favorite is Reilly's Luck. I also liked his book The Last of the Breed. I grew up in Rogers,AR, but now I am living in Texas. Keep up the good work.
James M. Jones
La Marque, Tx USA - Thursday, February 17 at 10:26:44 (PST)

I have over 80 of his western books and enjoy every one of them. THE GREATEST !!!!
Ralph Meyer <pencrafter@wi.rr.com>
Nashotah, WI USA - Thursday, February 17 at 09:11:07 (PST)

My son is a fan of LL and I was just checking out the website. My son is in Iraq and I was looking for something to send to him.
J A David
MI USA - Thursday, February 17 at 07:08:58 (PST)

In writing our family book "The Strahan Story" and reading LL' books, I found our family name Strahan in "Dutchman's Flat". Could you tell me where the research came from? I would appreciate some information. I read every book I can get my hands on. I'm 74 and don't have much time to complete this book. Any information would be appreciated.
Lawrence E. "Larry" Strahan <tennreb@bellsouth.net>
Baton Rouge, LA USA - Thursday, February 17 at 03:02:38 (PST)

Hi! I'm a middle school student from North Dakota and Jamestown is about a five hour drive from where we live. Our class assignment is to do a report on Louis L'Amour and did my research on the internet. The information I found out about this great writer was awesome! Thank you for all the information that I came across and educating me about a great writer who grew up in North Dakota and became famous! This is an inspiration to me because I want to be famous one day in pursuing my goals! THANKS!
Skye Brooke Hall <nina@restel.net>
Mandaree, ND USA - Wednesday, February 16 at 21:22:01 (PST)

I have been an avid reader of Mr. L'Amour's novels and stories for many many years since the first was given too me by my grandfather when I was 13 years of age. As one would expect I passed these reading on for my two sons now 26 and 13 yrs. The younger will learn as the older did about making your own way, your word is your bond and valuable reasons for right and wrong which I myself learned from his novels. I could say more and will at another time. Sincerely, Mike Amodeo
Mike Amodeo <mamodeo@pro-care.ca>
Thunder Bay, Ont Canada - Wednesday, February 16 at 16:07:29 (PST)

I have read Louis' stories for the past 40 years, his work is the best I have ever read. I have all his books in hardback and plan to pass these on to my children to enjoy.
Lonnie Helton <heltonlr@aol.com>
Tunnel Hill, GA USA - Wednesday, February 16 at 09:23:11 (PST)

I am signing this guestbook out of a deep love of Louis L'Amour's stories. I have been reading them for about 23 years, I own almost every book he has written and have read them all many times. I grew up in poverty in rural minnesota and have found that over the years that his charachters have passed in and out of my life many times. I want to express my thanks for all that his stories have meant to me and many other people that I know.
Michael Hawton
USA - Tuesday, February 15 at 20:08:15 (PST)

My father got me to reading Louis L'Amour about 20 years ago with Ride the River. I was hooked after that. I have about 20 to 25 of his books in paper back and collect more whenever I have a little extra to spend. I have read all that I have at least 5 times each if not more. I love the old west. My great-grandparents homesteaded in western Kansas and that is where my grandmother was born. I would like to write a book about that after I finish college. Several of my uncles who were farmers and cattle ranchers were like some of Louis' characters.
Beth Sanneman <lizziemae@earthlink.net>
Mount Hope, KS USA - Tuesday, February 15 at 17:01:58 (PST)

I got all his books in paperback,Plus a few in hardcover. He was the best.
LARRY E. ROCK <lrock63@yahoo.com>
White City, , Or. USA - Tuesday, February 15 at 16:02:55 (PST)

I have been reading & enjoying Louis L`Amour novels for at least 30 years. They always start with actionort Story Collection "Long Ride Home" and is mentioned in the story "Shandy takes the hook". Was it a real town?
Tammy Seel <tammyseel7@msn.com>
Mesa, AZ USA - Sunday, February 13 at 18:54:04 (PST)

Louis L'Amour is my favorite writer. I especially love all the Sackett books.
Ouida Perkins <tuffytwo22@netzero.com>
Lauderdale, MS USA - Sunday, February 13 at 15:27:15 (PST)

A geat site! I am a long time fan of Louis l'Amour, the first books I read where in German (at the time I was in Germany), and recently I had the chance to ppurchase some books of the splendid Louis L'Amour Collection! It was like christmas, I am really glad about it!I will contact you later to complete my collection.With this site you filled a gap,Congratulations! Yves
Yves Truchard <buckpaull@yahoo.com>
Emmett , Idaho USA - Friday, February 11 at 19:40:16 (PST)

I have almost every single book (paperbacks mostly as the hardbacks are too expensive for me). I live in a 3 room hunting and fishing cabin my dad and his bros.& friends helped him build so I don't have much room. Last winter I reread every one of the paperbacks.My favorites are the Sackett characters.A cousin just gave me From the Listening Hills which I intend to read very soo.
Sara Tate
USA - Friday, February 11 at 09:17:44 (PST)

Started reading LL's books when I was about 14 (I am now 50) and have read and re-read all of them at least 3 times. Stan Fitzjarreassing as I did at Louis', but both will be missed.
Buck Paull <buckpaull@yahoo.com>
Emmett , Idaho USA - Friday, February 11 at 19:40:16 (PST)

I have almost every single book (paperbacks mostly as the hardbacks are too expensive for me). I live in a 3 room hunting and fishing cabin my dad and his bros.& friends helped him build so I don't have much room. Last winter I reread every one of the paperbacks.My favorites are the Sackett characters.A cousin just gave me From the Listening Hills which I intend to read very soo.
Sara Tate
USA - Friday, February 11 at 09:17:44 (PST)

Started reading LL's books when I was about 14 (I am now 50) and have read and re-read all of them at least 3 times. Stan Fitzjarrell
Stan Fitzjarrell <stan650@cs.com>
Tulare, ca USA - Thursday, February 10 at 16:09:18 (PST)

Here is a big hello to all LL fans worldwide from Germany. Read him since I am 12, thus since 35 years. Have all of his books, in german and english. Love them all, incl. A Trail of Memories by his daughter Angelique. Had started a collection of his quotations myself. Who wants to know which is my favorite one? - What more can I say? Thank you, Louis, for playing such a important role in me developing into the person I am today. I admire and honor you forever. Peter
Peter Krugmann <krugmann.lohoelter@t-online.de>
Meinerzhagen, Germany - Thursday, February 10 at 09:22:14 (PST)

What an amazing man!! I love reading and collecting his works, especially in leather!!
Billy Cobean <cocobean61@comcast.net>
Camas, WA USA - Wednesday, February 09 at 11:43:06 (PST)

JUST SOLD 13 OF HIS BOOKS AT THE UNDERGROUND MALL IN LAWRENCEBURG, TENNESSEE. HAVE NOT READ ANY OF HIS BOOKS, BUT I AM FINDING OUT MANY FOLKS WERE VERY FOND OF HIS WORK. HEARD HIS DAUGHTER IS WRITING IN HIS ABSENCE. BEST WISHES.
OKERLEENSTOUT <OKIE10@LORETTOTEL.NET>
LEOMA, TN USA - Tuesday, February 08 at 18:45:44 (PST)

NOTE FROM THE WEBMASTER - Angelique (Louis' daughter) compiled the book of character quotes called "A Trail of Memories" Beau L'Amour (Louis' son) has been editing, art directing, directing audios, and working the publishing end of the family business since Louis passed away and deserves much of the credit for the continued success of the Louis L'Amour brand!

I have been reading Louis L'Amour for a good 20 years. Bought most of my collection as a young buck and only recently began re-reading them all. Love every word and phrase. For as we all know "It's there to be done" Thank you Louis!!
Tim Miller <tnmiller@hickorytech.net>
Mankato , MN USA - Tuesday, February 08 at 08:46:11 (PST)

I'm only on asignment out of the states, and brought all my LL books with me (93). When I stumbled acrossed LL books a few yrs ago - I wondered where these books had been all my life. I truly admired LL writings. Really good website for us fans!
Rick Hutton <rickdhutton@yahoo.com>
Bad Soden, Germany - Thursday, February 03 at 13:24:02 (PST)

Grew up reading LL. Forever thankful for countless hours of sheer pleasure discovering his worlds.
Olaf van Renen <olaf.vanrenen@eskom.co.za>
Cape Town, South Africa - Thursday, February 03 at 05:42:41 (PST)

Read all of his books. I feel we lost a great writer and story teller. He was what he wrote.
Dean Raider Talley <deanrtalley@msn.com>
Minot, ND USA - Wednesday, February 02 at 16:29:49 (PST)

I have enjoyed reading al of Mr.Lamour's books the last 25 years and rereading most of them also.
Ronald Bolland <bollandrg@chaska.net>
chaska, Mn USA - Wednesday, February 02 at 14:52:37 (PST)

I have been reading Louis Lamour book for quite some time now, but I still think that my favorite one is "Last Of The Breed". At the present time, I don't get much chance to read as I drive a truck long distance so I listen to the books on cassette and I have found them to be really enjoyable. The only way I can see to imptove them is to make them "Unabriged". Abridging leaves out way too much
D. E.t way too much
D. E. Albertson <truckerscifi418@aol.com>
Fargo, ND USA - Tuesday, February 01 at 22:52:28 (PST)

My Dad loved Louis L'Amour. He had all of his books,including a leatherbound set that is brand new. Where do I go to sell his books? Thanks for the help!
Dyann Danner <ddanner@bak.rr.com>
Bakersfield, ca USA - Tuesday, February 01 at 19:17:38 (PST)

I have most of his books much worn by a lot of reading.I especially liked Last of the breed.Unfortunally loaned it and never seen it again.
PAUL HENDERSON <nannypig@nb.sympatico.ca>
quispamsis, nb. canada - Tuesday, February 01 at 17:54:57 (PST)

Hello, again, Beau. I'm still clunking along on my own version of Oklahoma Literary History. Hard to keep up with the L'Amour bibliography, isn't it.
Frank Parman <frankly@cox.net>
Norman, OK USA - Tuesday, February 01 at 15:29:10 (PST)

i have been an avid reader of louis lamours for years and have almost a complete collection now. i know you hear this all the time but i was very sad when he passed. i have been collecting the latest reprints yall have been putting out since his passing. thanks for your time
WADE DOUGET <douget_2@hotmail.com>
normangee, tx USA - Tuesday, February 01 at 09:54:55 (PST)

i have most of his books but one.that one is night over the solomons?
neil h laue <nhl@htva.net>
USA - Tuesday, February 01 at 09:54:22 (PST)

I have read most of his books
shane davou <sdavou>
lowville, ny USA - Tuesday, February 01 at 08:01:12 (PST)

Having realized my dream of moving to cowboy county 7 years ago I have really gotten into western novels. Just finished VOLS. I&II of Mr L'Amour's short stories and the book "Utah Blaine" I have actually seen a copy of a utility easement signed by MR L'Amour for property here apparently owned here in Delta County
Rob Fiedler <robii@acsol.net>
Delta, CO USA - Monday, January 31 at 14:44:05 (PST)

the stories of my favorite author, Mr. Lamour, can serve as a guide for a good young person as to how to live a life worth remembering.
Russ Winer <ruswin@cox.net>
Tempe, Az USA - Sunday, January 30 at 21:49:32 (PST)

I bought my first Louis L'Lamour book for my wife while she was in the hospital. Little did i know that it would greatly change my life. I not only read every one I could find, but over the years we have visited many of the places referenced in the wonderful books. What a wonderful experience. Please keep them coming.
Jerry W. Turner
midwest City , Okla. USA - Sunday, January 30 at 16:39:23 (PST)

Longtime fan and collector. Started reading Louis L'Amour about 30 years ago, while in the US Navy. Still reading and looking forward to more.
David L. Crosby <cutlassland@netzero.net>
Jacksonville, Fl USA - Sunday, January 30 at 13:20:32 (PST)

loveyourbooks
DRobinson <Farranaclif@yahoo.co.uk.>
Tipperary, S.Ireland. - Sunday, January 30 at 12:38:12 (PST)

Mr. Lamour was great writer, I loved the Sacketts.I have the hardcover set they are dogeared they have been read so much . Great books great movies. Mr. Lamour is missed by his readers. He made the west come alive within the written word.
Elysia Hill Robertson <elysia@ejpub.com>
Birmingham, Al. USA - Saturday, January 29 at 18:12:28 (PST)

My husband loves Louis L'Amour books. He reads them over and over. Do you have a complete list of all his books, so we can check it against out books. We like to keep buying them.
Gladys Pollard <pol@acadia.net>
addison, ME USA - Saturday, January 29 at 09:48:10 (PST)

Ihave enjoyed his books all of my 55 years.
Roger Strong <strongfamily1@cox.net>
Sand Springs, OK USA - Friday, January 28 at 20:09:46 (PST)

I started reading Mr. L'Amour's books back in 1973, when I was in the US Army (doing Border Patrols & guard duty at ammo sites; wasn't anything else to do!). I enjoyed his books and his style of writing. I have read ALL of his books AT LEAST TWICE, and some of the books that I REALLY liked, I've read 3 & 4 times! For me, Louis L'Amour is in the class with Charles Dickens & Ernest Hemingway (also my favorites, albeit a different catagory). I had hoped to meet and/or write him personally sometime, but alas, that never turned out. I'll STILL continue to re-read his books, until I too, "ride off into the sunset".
John Ellis <john_ellis@web.de>
Nuernberg, Bav. Germany - Thursday, January 27 at 14:14:28 (PST)

I feel your books are the very best.
Charles Matthes <matthesp@aol.com>
St louis, Mo USA - Thursday, January 27 at 13:56:36 (PST)

Thank you, for keeping the West alive and thriving. The knowledge Mr. L'Amour displays in his novels is fantastic, esp. in regard to Inidan Lore and the like. Truley a gifted and blessed man... Sincerly, Kim Jones
Kim Jones <texastuffcowgirl@aol.com>
Santo, TX USA - Sunday, January 23 at 21:11:34 (PST)

Hello. I love the Louis Lamour series. I'm reading one now. Keep his legacy up. Your doing good the Lamour family.
Marc Navarrete <marc_navarrete_14@hotmail.com>
Chehalis, WA USA - Saturday, January 22 at 18:03:52 (PST)

louis lamour books make you feel like you are the main character. they are the best
richard m. jacoy <uncledickj@aol.com>
greenville, r.i. usa - Friday, January 21 at 14:20:27 (PST)

READ MR.LAMOUR ENJOYED THEM SO I ORDER ME LEATHER BACK OF HIS BOOK HE MAKE YOU FEEL YOU ARE IN PLACE YOU ARE READING ABOUT JUST LOVE HIS BOOKS AND WILL BUY MORE.
lamar benson
mckinney, tx USA - Friday, January 21 at 10:32:59 (PST)

Great Writer
James Weaver <jjcm@citlink.net>
Lake Pleasant, NY USA - Friday, January 21 at 10:22:54 (PST)

I started reading Louis L'amour books when i was 12 or 13 yrs. old thanks to my dad. He had alot of his books and always wanted to obtain the entire L'amour collection but had been unable to do so. He passed away alittle over 2 yrs. ago and i inherited the greatest possesions in the world, his Louis L'amour collection, I am currently on my second and in some cases my third time around on my reading of these wonderful books. Now my goal is to finish what dad started, obtain every book in the catalog.
Brent Roberson <brrednck@yahoo.com>
East Ridge, TN USA - Thursday, January 20 at 09:35:06 (PST)

i love all the books by l'amour and must have read an uncountable number of them over the years. each one from the sacket series to hondo to the other short stories are all,in my opinion masterpieces.i am originally from india and to get louis l'amouur books there,in time was a daunting task but i looked forward to each one of them as and when i could get my hands on them.
mayukh dewan <madho_use@yahoo.com>
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edinburgh, scotland u.k - Wednesday, January 19 at 15:52:01 (PST)

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I've been reading Louis L'Amour for about ten years. I use to pass the books on to some of the prisoners at the jail where I worked. I'm retired now but I still read him. Someday I hope to have read all of them.
Gerald Wlfsohn <Dove@rivnet.net>
Heathsville, Va. USA - Wednesday, January 19 at 12:23:52 (PST)

Bought my first L'Amour paperback in 1969 in a airport giftshop at the age of 27. I still find time to read his books thirty seven years later. I introduced Louis's books to my sister, her son and my son. Whenever we traveled my family listened to Louis L'Amour stories on tape and my adult childred still do so today. What a gift he had to "spin a yarn." My best to the L'Amour family.
Jon Kemp <jackmp8@neo.rr.com>
Cuyahoga Falls, OH USA - Tuesday, January 18 at 17:00:24 (PST)

Thank you for 10 months and counting of someplace to rest my mind. Between greats like Sackett Brand and Connager. You have made this deployment a little better. Thank you very much
Spc. R. Gamet <needadipcup@yahoo.com>
Fort Hood, TX USA - Tuesday, January 18 at 08:07:25 (PST)

there are no movies like western,when will they learn and make more, from writers like Louis L'Amour? Thank God for we had.
Larry Conroy <LC7188@aol.com>
Stillwater, MN USA - Monday, January 17 at 19:59:36 (PST)

Been reading Lamour books since 1950's. Have reasonable collection of his paperbacks and working on the the hardbacks. Terrific writer. Have read most of his books 3, and some 4 or 6 times. Some of his short stories can almost recite from memory. Still enjoy re reading them. By the way, notices some folks were wondering about his town of Shalako. Well, me too. Anyone have any info on it. FYI. If you enjoy Lamour, try Elmer Kelton, specifically the GOOD OLD BOYS.
O'DELL BOLES <obo43@sbcglobal.com>
Scurry, TX USA - Monday, January 17 at 11:43:14 (PST)

I have been reading Louis L'Amour since I was about ten. I've only recently started reading the Sackett series. I started with the first book, and I'm on book #4. I absolutely love them. They're thoroughly addictive and a delight to read. I look forward to reading them all.
Lisa <lisadesign@ixpres.com>
CA USA - Sunday, January 16 at 12:19:12 (PST)

My mom found this web site for me. I am a HUGE fan. I have almost all of the stories on tape and CD. I am blind, so I really enjoy the dramatized ones. I would love to have the VHS movies described as well.
Robert Alan Dienglewicz <vagabriel@verizon.net>
West Milton, OH USA - Saturday, January 15 at 06:35:05 (PST)

I modeled my life by my two boyhood literary Heros Louis L'Amour and Jack London. What a life its been, I have traveled the Globe and sailed the seven seas in search of adventure and Hydrocarbon Deposits. Thanks Louis for the inspiration
Anthony Dixon <captbigdaddy@aol.com>
Bay Saint louis , Ms USA - Friday, January 14 at 21:23:30 (PST)

I have enjoyed reading every one of Louis storys that I read thus far but have A long way to.Thanks.
Orville v Best <ditchdigger@peoplepc.com>
Spokane , Wa USA - Friday, January 14 at 09:47:08 (PST)

Spin me another yarn..............
Don Peck <rdpellsouth.net>
Yulee, Fl. USA - Thursday, January 13 at 06:00:19 (PST)

I just wanted to say how much I enjoy reading Louis' books! Thanks for this great site.
Sean Gilbert
Redmond, WA USA - Wednesday, January 12 at 09:23:22 (PST)

Filled many sweet hours of pleasure with Ryan Tyler,Lance Kilkenny,Ruble Noon & of course the Sacketts. No movie could ever come close to the insight one gleans from his accurate depictions of characters & topography of the old west. Lucky to have found his books.
John Edelman <Johnedel18@msn.com>
KC, Mo USA - Monday, January 10 at 22:21:10 (PST)

well hello fellow wintles! never new there were so many! im english living and working in america im 22 years old and the rest of my family are back in swindon wiltshire i have one sister (Lucy 17) mother (ruth) dad (chris) i have been in america for 2 years i like it but i miss home
Neil Wynes Morse <NeiL@gadartons.com>
Canberra, ACT Australia, NY USA - Monday, January 10 a0 at 21:42:18 (PST)

I love this site, I grew up reading Louis L'amour since the age of 6 and I have never stopped. I am happy fans like me can share this site with all who come.
Daniel Seel <danielseel@msn.com>
Glendale, AZ USA - Monday, January 10 at 00:21:57 (PST)

thank you so much for the very cool pictures and the great information! Keep up the great work!
Paula
USA - Sunday, January 09 at 17:51:38 (PST)

started reading his novels when I was 9 and lived in a very rural part of Alaska. His characters were my heros as my family lived completely alone on a float house for about 10 years. I can relate to a lot of his characters and thing that he is the best novelist I have ever had the opportunity to read
Michael Gravel <rigginslv2000@yahoo.com>
Juneau, AK USA - Saturday, January 08 at 16:55:25 (PST)

I just started reading his books last month. My brother whos in the marines recived 3 of his books along with his buddies for free because they were donated to them. He then read them and gave them to me i read so far the last breed and hondo and im working on one of the sacketts.
Chris
ny USA - Saturday, January 08 at 07:46:39 (PST)

Thankyou Mr. L'amour, From a soldier finding comfort in your books!
Tom Nelson
USA - Saturday, January 08 at 02:12:42 (PST)

I am a big fan of Louis L'amour I would like to find a place in canada to purchase the few novels I am missing
Melvin Piempiercey@personainternet.com">mpiercey@personainternet.com>
Hearts Content, NL Canada - Friday, January 07 at 15:43:54 (PST)

I enjoyed looking through your site. I am a teacher of learning disabled students (primary level) and feel responsible for teaching them what they need to know about the Internet to be successful students.
Paula Snyder <psny56@msnhotmail.com>
USA, NY USA - Friday, January 07 at 09:50:38 (PST)

It's not the end of the trail, it's the trail...
Kenneth C. Knight <kknight@hotwireweb.com>
York, ME. USA - Thursday, January 06 at 06:50:08 (PST)

I am a 21 year old Irish girl and have been reading all of my life.Just recently, my grandfather gave me a Louis L'Amour to read and I am now addicted.I am steadily working my way through my grandfathers collection.Meanwhile he reads the same ones every 10 years or so, as he finds its difficult to find one he hasn't read. Reading these books, I fall into another world, one so thrilling I read three books one after the other in one day over Christmas!What a wonderful imagination he had.I will be eternally grateful for the escape he gives me from the modern world.
Elaine Mc Garrigle <elainemcgarrigle@yahoo.co.uk>
Ireland - Tuesday, January 04 at 11:09:36 (PST)

I enjoy a book that is written to be read. While new to Louis, I have nearly read all with just a few remaining. I average 4 a month. Had I been introduced to his westerns as a boy, I would have had an easier time growing up. You see, I'm turning 65 this month; although it is never to late to read him.
Andy Davis <APs2andy@aol.com>
Stafford Springs, CT USA - Monday, January 03 at 22:14:41 (PST)

I started reading Louis L'Amour books about 8 years ago after I inherited a few paperbacks that were in my father's library. I now have 132 books with 84 titles, so I guess you could say that I started collecting!! I have picked up books at flea markets and yard sales, and have received some as gifts. I have read most of these and as time permits will read more. I think Louis L'Amour was the best Western writer that there ever was or will be. He seemed to BE the west.
Buddy Farmer
Williamsburg, Va USA - Monday, January 03 at 18:49:46 (PST)

When I moved to Tucson from 'back east' I fell in love with the Southwest and it's fantastic history. I spend much of time hiking and camping alone in the desert canyons and mountains and always bring along a book or two to keep me company. A few months back I was in a used bookstore in town and decided to look through the Western section, I always knew Louis L'Amour as the premier western author so I picked up a few titles. I'm hooked, it's almost all Iw. Discoveries like this are what being alive is all about.
Robert Eckert <dogaldo@aol.com>
Tucson, AZ USA - Monday, January 03 at 15:09:59 (PST)

Like most of the people that have signed,Was a book that my father had given me that he had just read.It was Sackett...And i was hooked.I was a wild kid who wood rather run the back hills of Kentucky,then listen to teachers,or read a book.Any way Dad was layed off for the winter and we read as many of his books as we could find that winter it is also the best times I remmember with Dad and Louis.I think I was 10 years old then I'am 52 now and still read that same copy of Sackett.I lost My first collection of books to my first wife in the devorice except for Sackett which was in my truck being read.I'am proud to say I once again own every book that Mr.L'Amour ever wrote incluing his reprint of his book of poetry,I tryed for year to find a first print edition of it and like millions of other readers could not find one.I belive I cryed as hard the day that Mr.L died as when My own father died in 82.And I would like to thank Mr.L's family for continuing to print his books from notes and such and the information about oyher books that he wrote under other names. THANK YOU for many years of pleasure.............
Albert J Mauk <Indianalbert@aol.com>
Independence, Ky USA - Sunday, January 02 at 20:23:35 (PST)

I HAVE ALMOST ALL THE BOOKS LOUIS L'AMOUR HAS WRITTEN, BUT I KNOW I MAY BE MISSING 8/9 BUT AM HAVING A PROBLEM GETTING A LIST. THE BOOK STORES CAN ONLY GIVE ME A LIST OF WHAT THEY CARRY, AND EVERYTIME I LOOK IN THE FRONT OF ONE OF HIS BOOKS I SEE ANOTHER ONE I DON'T HAVE. I HAVE EVEN FOUND SOME THAT WERE RELEASED AFTER HIS PASSING BY HIS SON/DAUGHTER. IF I COULD GET A LIST I WOULD BE VERY GRATEFULL, I'M 61 YEARS OLD, AND MY FATHER GOT ME READING HIS BOOKS.
Thomas J. Teer <TEERT@AOL.COM>
VISTA, CA USA - Sunday, January 02 at 19:35:53 (PST)

I have few books of Louis L´Amour but I enjoy to read the same again, now I foud how is possible I take new ones. Thanks for this possibility.
David Carvalho <davicarvalho@estadao.com.br>
Santos, SP Brazil - Sunday, January 02 at 17:27:31 (PST)

Hi...Kathy, remember me? Jim Adams best friend from high school!! I would love to chat with you...How is Jim?? Lost touch with him...Miss you all terribly!!! Mamu...is still living in my heart...How I loved her...Call me 916-663-9619
Jack Bradbury <jack@acjbinsurance.com>
Auburn , Ca USA - Sunday, January 02 at 07:36:25 (PST)

Hello. I just sent you both an email. I will hope to hear back from you but if not, I wanted to let you know what a great site you have. It's been an interesting tour through the life and work of Louis L'Amour. Thanks.
Melissa Hiller <scottmissy@ameritech.net>
Jackson, MI USA - Friday, December 31 at 04:14:13 (PST)

Love just about all your stuff.Petty cool site,keep the legacy alive yall.
Billy Lee Brown <rawhid@tds.net>
PARSONS, TN CSA - Thursday, December 30 at 09:24:53 (PST)

Very dedicated Louis fan. Have nearly every book in Bantam and Corgi print. I have a notebook where I record sentences from his books that have struck a real cord in me. I would love to hear from other real dedicated fans like myself.
Karen Barber <sammyhxadsl@xtra.co.nz>
Masterton, New Zealand - Wednesday, December 29 at 23:54:46 (PST)

Louis L'Amour's books are a fine peice of liturature.. you can erad tehm many times and each time it is just like the first time you read it... i love the books and always will.
Phil
Canada - Wednesday, December 29 at 23:10:48 (PST)

I grew up reading Louis L'Amour's books. I think I was not quite 10 when I read the first one. I have re read several of his works. I even have named my motorcycle Taggart. The next bike has yet to find it's name among his books, but it will. Mr L'Amour's books have always been a comfort and given me wings when I couldn't go out. Thank you, Mr L'Amour
Paula Auerbach Stein
Port Aransas, Tx USA - Wednesday, December 29 at 04:03:18 (PST)

I have been reading Louis L'Amour books since I was young and they are the BEST western books ever!! I can read them over and over. Never found one I didn't like.
Jamie Trotter <tra_n_rae@yahoo.com>
Ashburn, VA USA - Tuesday, December 28 at 11:40:37 (PST)

I've been a reader of Louis L'amour for at least 30 some years. My grandpa let me read my first Western and I've been hooked ever since.
Scott Foggin <sfoggin35@msn.com>
Parkersburg , Wv USA - Tuesday, December 28 at 09:29:09 (PST)

sometimes , you dream of these places and, find them ...in books ;even for native people - like us ,it is a nice dream ...
pat forrest ,ernie la rochelle <haihawk@hotmail.com>
north vancouver, b.c. canada - Tuesday, December 28 at 09:26:16 (PST)

He says that when he mentions a spring, that the spring is there and the water is good to drink. I have just tasted the water and will continue to drink whenever I can.
Phil <biker0462@aol.com>
England - Tuesday, December 28 at 08:55:09 (PST)

Hi just come across your site from a search engine, fantastic site you have got here, keep up the great work, please take alook at mine sometime ;-)
We both love to read. We agree that Louis L'Amour was the greatest writer to have ever put words to paper. He will surly be missed. But his work will always be here for every one to enjoy.
nancy and lewis webb <ngluv@hotmail.com>
mabelvale, ar USA - Monday, December 27 at 16:49:53 (PST)

Best western writer I have ever read. I enjoyed reading about the Sacketts and their many adventures. I have read at least 90% of all your books ever published. I enjoy them very much. William (Slim) Price
William Price <jeremy1979_25@yahoo.com>
Sheridan, Wy USA - Monday, December 27 at 02:35:55 (PST)

I have been reading Louis L'Amour books since my granpa gave me The Rider of Lost Creek when I was 11- 12 yrs old. That was 30 yrs ago. I joined the military and his books accompanied my to the plains of the Dakota's, the islands of the Bering Sea and the woods and inlets of Northern Maine. I started collecting his books and now have all of them that I know of. My mother started buying the hardbound versions when I was in the military and has just recently given them to me. I had the pleasure of meeting and having country music star / legend Charlie Daniels autograph the 2 books that Mr L'Amour mentions him in. He is mentioned in the forewords of Jubal Sacket and Lonigan. Louis L'Amour and Charlie Daniels : Two great American storytellers, each in their own way.
Glenn Kitchen
KY USA - Sunday, December 26 at 13:00:02 (PST)

i have almost all his books,short stories,audio tapes and some that are on vidio and dvd. now that i've found this web ste i plan to get them all in time. great reading,
Fred Dyson <freddeagle@isp com>
LeBelle, Tx USA - Sunday, December 26 at 10:21:10 (PST)

when i was growing up i had not read a single book complete, but when i grew up and went to work i was a security guard. one of the guards there had brout a book of his to read and left it there to finish. i picked it up and started to read it. it was the Mountain Valley War's. and i was hooked from then on i have read over half of his books and dont plan to stop. i have read other books but none like L'Amour's. keep the audio books coming. the job i have now is a driver and that is the best way to read and drive.
keith williford <nighthawk9178@aol.com>
fayetteville, ar USA - Sunday, December 26 at 08:55:31 (PST)

I have read Mr. L'Amour's books since I can remeber. I read them over and over. Lucky for me the "library" here at Kabul Compound had a few books on it's shelves. "The Cherokee Trail" will be my book for tonight. I am glad I did a search for Louis L'Amour Book Collection on "ask.com" and your site popped up. I truly enjoyed the visit. Good luck with the Biography project.
Bobby Holland <hollandb@cfc-a.centcom.mil>
Kabul Compound, Afghanistan - Sunday, December 26 at 03:22:03 (PST)

My father started reading Louis L'Amour and you couldn't drag him away from his book. I thought this was very strange because my father had never read a complete book through in his life. I wanted to know what had caught his interest so much. I borrowed one of his books and have been hooked ever since. I have in my collection all but eight of his books, and I now see on this site where I can purchase the remaining eight books. While reading a Louis L'Amour book, you get the feeling your are actually living the life of the charactor. You feel you know each and every one of them personally. I would like to Thank the Louis L'Amour family for keepr family for keeping these series alive. There has never been or will ever be another writer like Louis L'Amour.
Jesse D. Stokes <jstokes625@aol.com>
Sarasota, Fl USA - Monday, December 20 at 17:56:24 (PST)

Louis L'Amour is still my favorite author and always will be. I have read all of his books that I can get my hands on at least 10 to 12 times or more. I never get tired of reading them over and over and I certainly can't say that about any other author I have ever read.
JANET HOLLOWAY <janetholloway@cox-internet.com>
Center, Tx USA - Monday, December 20 at 12:41:58 (PST)

I have read Louis Lamour westerns for as long as I can remember. If there is any I haven't read, it's because I couldn't find them. I was lucky enough to meet him one time at the Pentagon when he was doing a book signing for "The Combstock Lode". I just happened to be reading the book at the time and had it with me. I would have loved to have spent the afternoon with him just asking questions, but I realize that was just a dream. I was just honored to have been able to meet him and shake his hand.
Tom Bourlier <bourliet@lee.army.mil>
Fort Lee, VA USA - Monday, December 20 at 11:44:38 (PST)

thanks for great website
bill sutton <billysutton@blueyonder.co.uk>
chatham, kent united kingdom - Monday, December 20 at 05:55:36 (PST)

Have been collecting Louis' books (Paperback)for manny years now and have a 98% complete colection. Great Reading!
Jim Proud
Castlegar, BC Canada - Sunday, December 19 at 16:05:01 (PST)

I have a collection of these books to sell. I'am a single mom of two handicaped kids and i to am handicaped and im in financial straights and i was given this collection from my father. But now im looking to sell these Burgundy leather bound in excellent condition. I have 123 books. please e mail me if your interested and i will e mail you a picture of them. serious inquiries only. Thank you TINA MARIE
TINA M. HAKOLA <lil_tiggr_68@yahoo.com>
Cheyenne, Wy USA - Thursday, December 16 at 12:44:38 (PST)

If Louis only knew, how many people love his work.
Stephen LaPraim <lapraim@bresnan.net>
Helena, MT USA - Tuesday, December 14 at 19:22:12 (PST)

Visited Mesa Verde this summer and the Anasazi Ruins. I read The Haunted Mesa when I came home and felt like I'd been transported back. His discriptions are marvellous, you just knew he'd been there.
Bob McDonald <BMcdn2@aol.com>
South Wales, United Kingdom - Monday, December 13 at 12:34:05 (PST)

I'm currently working in Iraq, here in the camp there are not a lot of things to do, so I'm catching up on my reading. I'm so glad that Mr. L'Amour wrote so many books, I'm trying to read all of them when I finish with one, I start right away on another. Thanks for all great reading. Norris Basra, Iraq
Norris Fluellen <norris.fluellen@kbr.com>
Bastrop, Tx USA - Monday, December 13 at 02:00:55 (PST)

I have all his books i think. Have read them all at least 5 to 6 times some more than that. Wish louis was still here to write more. Get something new everytime i read one . Just love the books . You can tell louis put a lot of work into every book. thanks for all the work.
Larry Graddy <lgraddy@alltel.net>
ar USA - Sunday, December 12 at 21:23:17 (PST)

I drive big trucks and Louis Lamour Audio books sure help pass the miles, I have listened to just about all of the Sacket series and when I throw a tape in its like traveling back in time, I'm there with them....
CanePoleTom Lumpkins <canepoletom@charter.net>
WoodLawn, TN USA - Sunday, December 12 at 21:21:59 (PST)

Hi my hubby and I were given a bag of old paperback Louis L'Amour westerns about 10-15 if anyoneis interested in buying them they would make a great christmas gift. make me an offer. I will send a list of titles if you e-mail me
Summer <summer_ross@sbcglobal.net>
Greenville, TX USA - Sunday, December 12 at 19:40:20 (PST)

just love his writings have been reading his books for close to fifty years
Ted Wells
port st john, fl USA - Sunday, December 12 at 18:59:33 (PST)

I just found this website, and just love it. I've read all of his books, and Louis was the greatest.
charlie davis <cands@erols.com&;
Alexandria, va USA - Saturday, December 11 at 05:56:50 (PST)

Louis's books always took me away, from the Walking Drum to the Far Blue Mountains and beyond. They have been my constant companions. AMC 12/10/04
Andrew Curbow <acurbow@calover.com>
Mesa, AZ USA - Friday, December 10 at 18:54:13 (PST)

I am new to Louis L'Amour as an author, but am thoroughly enjoying "The Lonesome Gods" as part of a self-education process of the classics. It was recommended by Oliver Van DeMille, a renowned education pioneer. I am a homeschool mother trying to get an education, and this book is meaningful.
Ann Bricker <annmbricker@yahoo.com>
San Jose, CA USA - Friday, December 10 at 09:08:43 (PST)

Hello, I just wanted to say that im a long time fan of Mr. L'Amour's writing and the way he describes every little detail makes it seem like im right in the story. He truly is the worlds greatest story teller. A fan forever Pete
Pete <wildfan33@aol.com>
lakeville, mn USA - Thursday, December 09 at 19:02:59 (PST)

I have read over 100 of the Louis L'Amour books and some of them twice.I really enjoy them. Am hoping to complete the entire collection.
Robert Greenwood <theold_cowboy@earthlink.net>
Kenosha, WI USA - Thursday, December 09 at 11:46:22 (PST)

Great site! I will come back again.
Schulz Corey <Schulz Corey>
Bloomington, ILL USA - Wednesday, December 08 at 14:14:12 (PST)

Louis L'Amour is the greatest western author ever.
Shaun Spinks <bamafan_7@yahoo.com>
Sicily Island, LA USA - Wednesday, December 08 at 06:26:54 (PST)

A die hard Fan...Got lots and lots of Louis L'Amour Books. Just saving my pennies now to buy more..Looking forward to reading more.
Luke Warmwater
Coldwater, MI USA - Tuesday, December 07 at 18:23:00 (PST)

I love every book I have read I can't put them down.
David Winkler <www.winkfam_2000@yahoo.com>
plains, ks USA - Tuesday, December 07 at 14:22:42 (PST)

One of my favorite books was 'to tame a land'. You felt as though you were inside the story.
Scott <Brerbryan@aol.com>
wa USA - Tuesday, December 07 at 10:32:39 (PST)

I have greatly enjoyed Louis's books over the years, and am truly saddened that he is not still here to continue writing and entertaining all who have loved his work over the years. Have probably read most of his books twice and some three times... Thanks so much for your gift to us...
Jerry Fleming <jerryfleming@comcast.net>
Burlington, NJ USA - Tuesday, December 07 at 10:16:21 (PST)

He was a great writer.
Terry Johnson <tjjbighap@yahoo.com>
Frankfort, Illinois USA - Tuesday, December 07 at 08:56:03 (PST)

Enjoyed his books very much.
jessie mitchusson <tjhelp@pcsii.com>
trumann, ar USA - Monday, December 06 at 18:45:36 (PST)

The Louis Lamour books are great! I read every one I can find.
Dalton
Al USA - Saturday, December 04 at 17:24:24 (PST)

My husband and I have been married for a year and he has not so much as picked up the newspaper to read. But we were going through Kmart and he stopped dead in his tracks when he saw the book titled showdown at the yellow butte. He is in a wheelchair and has been for 20 years, he told me that he hates to read but he could read and read a Louis L'Amour book. Thank you so much for having a website and making it easy for me to find ways to keep his mind busy while long stays in the hospital.
Jurrine Williams <jelybean101@hotmail.com>
Estherville , IA USA - Saturday, December 04 at 14:03:31 (PST)

The greatest American writer of all times. I have over a 100 paperbacks and have read and re-read them many times. They all are my favorite.
Brantley Horton <brantley_31@msn.com>
Guyton, GA USA - Friday, December 03 at 18:44:21 (PST)

Great website! I have read them all, most of them at least twice. My wife just ordered Frontier for me for Christmas. It's so nice to be able to come here and read the posts, and learn so much about Mr. L'Amour. Thanks, Larry
Larry Sullivan <hondo46936@aol.com>
Greentown, In. USA - Friday, December 03 at 17:39:56 (PST)

Survival is perhaps the best audio book I can remember. I kind of wish Louis wrote a bit more about his time at sea.
glenn hu> glenn huxley <glenn_huxley@yahoo.com.au>
AUSTRALIA - Thursday, December 02 at 21:49:28 (PST)

I've been reading books all my life but the satisfaction was never complete untill I started reading Louis L'amour, I have read and reread most of his books and everytime it's a new experience,some books are hard to find in India but since I started work on a cruise line the problem is solvot of other folks who love to read his book. Mom is moving after 25 years at the same place and has alot of hardback and paperback books that she is going to sell. If anyone is interested in some of the books please email me @ roxann_bingham@hotmail.com
Roxann Binham <roxann_bingham@hotmail.com>
Glen Rose, Tx USA - Wednesday, December 01 at 17:12:52 (PST)

As a fan of Louis L'Amour for most of my life and have read and reread every book I could get ahold of. I have read every Sackett novel at least twice and many of them 4 times or more. Currently I am statione in Afghanistan and once more I brought Mr L'Amour along for the ride. His stories are my companion and I shall look forward to beginning my permanent collection through this website. Thank You for keeping his books available for his fans to purchase.
John Cook <John.D.Cook@us.army.mil>
Albert Lea, MN USA - Wednesday, December 01 at 03:55:50 (PST)

very nice site
harriett wilson <kayla1163@peoplepc.com>
Mesa, Me USA - Tuesday, November 30 at 13:31:16 (PST)

I have been an avid Reader of all Louis L'Amour's Books and still enjoy rereading his books. There is much to learn, compare and contemplate in his writings and many pearls of wisdom! Kind regards!
Dr Leon Wagner <waggies@forensic.bfnmcc.co.za>
Bloemfontein, Free State South Africa - Tuesday, November 30 at 00:59:53 (PST)

I have enjoyed so many hours of pleasant and exiting reading by Louis L'Amour; Thank you!
Joseph E. Lefebvre <JoeArl1932@cs.com>
Burlington, MA USA - Monday, November 29 at 10:40:34 (PST)

I read all the LOUIS L'AMOUR books as a teenager and now as an adult I am rereading them. They are better the second time around.
Matt Flowers
Dale, Ok USA - Sunday, November 28 at 14:24:39 (PST)

I discovered louis L'amour by going through my stepmoms little library. Ever since I picked up my first ouis L"amour boook hes the only author I want to read.
Tiffany Baggs <Tiffer304A@aol.com>
USA - Sunday, November 28 at 12:30:00 (PST)

I have been reading Louis for 50 of my 60 years,and I just ordered 21 new paperbacks. some of them are duplicates but I plan to pass them on. I have another 20 selected to order. Without a doubt the greatest storyteller of all time. It takes personel character to write like that. Something sorely lacking in this country today.
max g grengs <grengs@copper.net>
crystal falls, mi USA - Sunday, November 28 at 07:42:36 (PST)

ENJOYING THE WRITINGS!!! THANK YOU TO LOUIS FOR STIMULATING MINDS AND GIVING INTERTAINMENT!!! THE OLD WEST WILL BE WITH US FOR A LONG TIME THANKS IN PART TO LOUIS, AND THOSE LIKE HIM THAT KEEP IT ALIVE WITH THEIR ARTISTIC WORKS.
DEBORAH SMITH <deborah993@cox.net>
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK USA - Saturday, November 27 at 21:30:44 (PST)

I absolutely love Louis's books. I started reading them when I was about 12 and since then I have read every book he has written 3 or 4 times. I know they helped to shape my life with his portrayel of character, morals, chivalry, and old west tradition. I wish I could have met him personally. I would encourage anyone who is interested in reading to start with L'Amour, you'll be hooked. My dad was dyslexic and never read anything until he read a L'Amour book. authors. Thanks Louis for your books.
Jeremie Glenwinkel <info@gwconstruction>
Fallbrook, ca USA - Saturday, November 27 at 18:16:59 (PST)

I first discovered Louis L'Amour as an early teen when I learned that there was a book behind "Hondo", one of my favorite John Wayne movies. I have been hooked ever since. I learned what I believe makes a good man by riding with these heroes. As my own children grow into their reading years, I hope they can find themselves as I have. God Bless Shelden
Shelden Snow <sirshelden@yahoo.com>
Richmond, KS USA - Saturday, November 27 at 07:21:07 (PST)

I began reading the Louis L'Amour western in the early 70's and I read and reread them to this day. The values of his heros and their strenght of charactor have been a guide to me through my years in the Marines and since. The books I have shared with my fiends, my father, my sons, andve shared with my fiends, my father, my sons, and hopefully some day my grandsons. A true family tradition.
Mike Yule <topyule@cox.net>
Fredericksburg, VA USA - Saturday, November 27 at 07:11:05 (PST)

I love the books and would like to have HB of some.Do you sell HB sets?
Tim Morse <tim@srprint.com>
Santa Rosa, CA USA - Friday, November 26 at 12:44:33 (PST)

His books have taken me to far away places that I will never see. I love to read about the American west, and his books have brought it to me. I wish I could say thank you to him for all the pleasure his books have given to me.
Sandra Phipps <ronandsandy@tesco.net>
Birmingham, west midlands UK - Friday, November 26 at 09:22:43 (PST)

I have been reading Louis' books for sveral years love the way that he describes area's and events. It makes you feel as if you are or have been there and are actually watching the even's unfold right before you.Just in last few years have found the publications of multiple short stories,can start and have trouble putting them down.Thank you for continuing to put his works of art out for all of us to enjoy.
Wesley D. Reynolds <cwbygdzlla@yahoo.com>
shawnee, Okla USA - Thursday, November 25 at 19:42:14 (PST)

my elk hunting partner and I just got back from an elk hunt. We didnt get anything, but had a great hunt. One of my favorite things about the trip was laying in my canvas bedroll,on my cot, inside our wall tent, listening to Louis L'amour tapes. Falling asleep listening to tapes of Chick Bowdrie and Ward Mcqueen was a great way to end each day of hiking and hunting. I dont think we will ever forget to take some extra batteries and a tape player again. I cant wait to buy the Sackett stories!
elk hunter
portland, or USA - Wednesday, November 24 at 23:19:26 (PST)

I recently was asked to go through an attic full of books...mostly all western...I found one that was interesting...a 1951 Tex Burns hardback...I know Louis wrote under that name and was wondering if I should hold on to it...does it have any value...Thanks
Fred Anglin <fla41@comcast.net>
Hattiesburg, MS USA - Wednesday, November 24 at 23:17:59 (PST)

I have read "Sackett's Land", "To the Far, Blue Mountains", "Warrior's Path", and "Jubal Sackett" until the books are worn out. At least five times each. My father and I shared a passion for Mr. L'Amour's books. I read the first one(Jubal Sackett) while looking for something to do on a day I was grounded. There is no other author to touch him.
Ken Mills <desotobrave@yahoo.com>
southaven, ms USA - Wednesday, November 24 at 21:05:11 (PST)

I have been reading Mr. L'Amours books since 1968, My Favorite one our the Sackett's, Talon And Chantry and I read them over and over every now and again. I found this site by just typing in louislamour.com To see if there was a site where I could replace some of my paperback books, because they are getting a bit woren around the edges.
Guy Ambrose <guy.ambrose@mci.com>
Allen, TX USA - Wednesday, November 24 at 09:25:28 (PST)

Sorry, I thought the town had been built.
Ron Seay <r_seay@bellsouth.net>
Paducah, KY USA - Tuesday, November 23 at 19:04:29 (PST)

I've been reading and collecting Louis's books for over 20yrs. I'd had always dreamed of meeting him some day or visiting his town at the four corners. I hope his family will continue to share his thoughts and stories as the years go by. We all loved Louis , and miss him terribly.
Ron Seay <r_seay@bellsouth.net>
Paducah, KY USA - Tuesday, November 23 at 18:32:24 (PST)

I've been reading Mr. L'Amour's books since i was 10. I've learned alot from them. I have yet to find an equal and doubt that i will. May he live in the hearts of his readers for a long and be passed down the generations.
Andy Bozman <seabeeboz@hotmail.com>
USA - Tuesday, November 23 at 12:21:14 (PST)

I really like his books and think he is the greatist wrighter of all time.
Larry Farmer <lfarmer2henry.k12.us>
Pendeton, Ky USA - Monday, November 22 at 05:57:00 (PST)

THE SADDEST DAY OF MY LIFE WAS WHEN LOUIS L'AMOUR MOVED TO HEAVEN. I COULD NOT BELIEVE THAT THERE WOULD NEVER BE A NEW AND EXCITING STORY TO ENRICH MY DAYS. I HAVE ALMOST HIS ENTIRE COLLECTION IN PAPERBACK IN A BOX IN MY CLOSET. IT'S LIKE KEEPING OLD FRIENDS CLOSE TO HEART. I CAN REACH OUT AND TOUCH A WORLD THAT TRANSCENDS TIME. I AM TRANSPORTED FROM THIS WORLD OF WOE. I FOLLOW ALONG BEHIND CONAGHER, SHALAKO, UTAH BLAINE, CHICK BOWDRIE, CHANTRY AND ALL MY OTHER FRIENDS. THEIR PAIN IS MY PAIN, THEIR ANGUISH, MINE. I SMELL THE SMOKE OF THEIR CAMPFIRES, AND LIE BACK ALONGSIDE THEM TO GET LOST IN THE STARRY SKY ABOVE. OH, LOUIS, I AM SO LONELY. I WILL NEVER BE THE SAME. YOU OPENED THE VAST MESAS, THE TOWNS, THE TRAILS. I AM GRATEFUL FOR ALL MY FRIENDS YOU INTRODUCED ME TO. AS THEY WALKED ACROSS THE PAGES OF YOUR NOVELS, EACH ONE LEFT THEIR FOOTPRINTS ON MY HEART. I MISS YOU LOUIS L'AMOUR.
J.B. WADE <MAISIEWADE@YAHOO.COM>
FORT WORTH, TX USA - Monday, November 22 at 03:32:32 (PST)

Hello: I wanted to add something that I believe has been overlooked. In this world of today where so many people believe that history has to be rewritten to blank out the true heritage of our great nation, to make it appear that many of the great men and women of our history never existed, I believe that the L'Amour books will help us to keep a true picture of times and places, far into the future. I truly believe that Louis is "The Alltime Greatest" western author to ever put pen to paper. When in due time I go to be with the Lord, one of my wishes is that I'll be able to meet Louis and Roy and John Wayne and the many others who have made the west come alive all thise years after. Thanks Louis and thank you L'Amour family for keeping his work alive.
Lynn McAtee <lynmac@plainsmt.net>
Plains, mt USA - Sunday, November 21 at 18:11:27 (PST)

Dear Angelique, I would love to speak to you. I am opening a theatre in Florida... Anthony Pichardo (studied acting with you with Janet A. in 1987/1988).
Anthony Pichardo <ap@awpfmm.com>
Port Orange, FL USA - Saturday, November 20 at 22:37:25 (PST)

I first read The Tall Stranger, although I'm not an American(I'm from The Mountain Range of North Western Frontier provience of Pakistan)& have never traveled outside Asia, i come from Horse rearing tribesmen. The values & ethics Louis L'amour projected in his frontiersmen are the same I learnt from my elders.& I also learnt about Americans from his books which is very different from what Hollywood projects about the Yankees.Your Books helped me learn english as well. B4 we Had 2 flee our home land due to the Russian invasion in 1984 I used 2 have your collection but now its very hard to get your books bu twhen ever i can i buy them at what ever cost. Thank you Louis L'amour for giving me the wisdom and values that you have. You are forever alive through your writing in my heart and i hope some day my kids would also honor you by reading your writings.Bless you and rest in peace. Wish I was able to visit your last resting place to pray for you.
Mati-uR-Rehman <steve@kincaidbangkok.com>
Bangkok, Bkk Thailand - Friday, November 19 at 03:48:54 (PST)

I grew up reading every book by louis that i could get ahold of. he is my all time favorite story teller. I loved the worlds he opened up for me. It is so easy to lose myself in the pages of his books.
denny yeackley <syeackley@msn.com>
milford, ne USAs great literary GIANTS.
Dana T. Myers <lonewolf32160@hotmail.com>
Sulphur, La. USA - Thursday, November 18 at 13:10:37 (PST)

I am 14 years old and I love reading louis lamour and I can always ask the old guys if the have any louis' and they always do so I have read about half of them. My favorites would have to be THE WALKING DRUM, COMSTOCK LODE and THE LONESOME GODS. I enjoyed reading the hopalong Cassidy books very much. thanks for all the great reading.
Lucas Thiessen <hockey_yah@hotmail.com>
Drake , SK Canada - Tuesday, November 16 at 21:29:06 (PST)

My boys and I love all the Louis L'Amour books, and we are working on getting the whole collection.
Bret Cupp <Tlcupp@hotmail.com>
Newman Lake, WA USA - Tuesday, November 16 at 14:23:09 (PST)

I love to read stories by Louis, I have read all that I can find an am looking to buy some more. But the ones I have read are the best stories that a guy could get. I hope to one day write as L'amour did, and hope my stories are enjoyed as his are.
Terrence Mustoe <copenhagen_kid06>
Cortez, CO USA - Tuesday, November 16 at 07:13:00 (PST)

Great to be mentally connected to your country through the books of Louis L'Amour. It is a marvelous way to travel without money.
Hannes van den Berg <HvdBerg@Harmony.co.za>
Carletonville, South Africa - Tuesday, November 16 at 01:30:49 (PST)

i just love l'mour books ! i have read many in the past 2 yrs and am always shopping for more great books he has written over the yr. he seemed to be a great man who did wonderful things with his life .
l stark <lstark39@hotmail.com>
USA - Sunday, November 14 at 07:29:07 (PST)

I have been reading and enjoying these books almost thirty years now and I never tire of rereading them.I truly love the sacketts.Thank you for giving me the chance to say thank you for sharing your dad and his writings.
ben hoover <furby1054@yahoo.com>
canton, ohio USA - Sunday, November 14 at 05:19:57 (PST)

Hondo was the first LL book that came my about 1962. I still have more than 100 copies, and they are all read many times over. An inspiration to real men the world over.
John Coates <coatesjt@iprimus.com.au>
Gold Coast, Q Australia - Saturday, November 13 at 21:01:15 (PST)

I've been reading LL since the early 60's, and although he only has a number of stories, re-reading each one always seems like the first time. I could probably recite half of his writings. With Louis L'Amour on my bookshelf, I always have a friend nearby. Thank you!
Robert P. Kroening <krobp@charter.net>
West Bend, WI USA - Saturday, November 13 at 16:40:23 (PST)

I love Everthing that i have read so far. At one time I had almost every book in the collection, but lost them all in a fire, so I have started over. My favorites are the Sacketts. I really wish I could have met Mr. L'Amour, I guess now I'll have to wait till I get to Heaven.
Dale Styles <i2sad@hotmail.com>
ST. Helens, OR USA - Friday, November 12 at 22:27:30 (PST)

GREAT WRITER I OWN EVERY BOOK WRITTEN AND HAVE READ THEM MORE THEN 5 TIME SO FAR AND STILL LOVE READING THEM. WAITING FOR THE BIOGRAPHY TO COME OUT.
ESCOE CLIFFORD <cescoe828@aol.com>
trezevant, tn USA - Friday, November 12 at 19:45:52 (PST)

To the greatest writter of all. My hats off to you.
Freddie l jennings
bastrop, la USA - Friday, November 12 at 14:54:04 (PST)

I have 140-150 of the Louis L'amour books in the Bantam line of imitation leather bound books. I am wondering what kind of insurance I'm needing to get on these. Can anyone help?
marshall <marsha_l_nelson@hotmail.com>
USA - Friday, November 12 at 11:27:33 (PST)

If it wasn't for Louis L'Amour and Zane Gray I would have never learned to read, but the cowboy in my soul as a child drove me to learn just so I could read the books of these to great american western writers.
jeffery j. haughn <jhaughn@firstmerchants.com>
Muncie, in USA - Friday, November 12 at 10:47:33 (PST)

I've read all of Louis L'Amour's books at least once. Need now to see more of his titles in e-books.
David Peters <allanque@iols.com>
Catonsville, MD USA - Wednesday, November 10 at 09:06:49 (PST)

Have read most of his books and enjoyed them very much.
Keane Just
Bismarck, ND USA - Friday, November 05 at 13:07:01 (PST)

This is a great website to look up up information on Louis Lamour.It has everything u need to know about him and it even offers how to order his short story collections. Keep up the good job on this website.
Jerry Mason <Jmason104@aol.com>
Silsbee, tx USA - Friday, November 05 at 07:29:01 (PST)

These books are something I could share with my Grandpa while he was alive and I can read the same books he read (He bought most of them when they were first published) since he has passed away. Thank you for this site.
J Sperline <sperlinebiz@yahoo.com>
Moorpark, CA USA - Thursday, November 04 at 21:58:46 (PST)

Over the years, I have read nearly all of his books. They are a wonderful addition to a tradition started by Zane Grey. I hope you are able to find and publish more of his works including the detective and sea stories. I wish they were all available on CD-Rom so that I could take them with me as I travel. My current favorite is LAST OF THE BREED. LCDR Holoboski
LCDR Holoboski, USNR RET. <h.holoboski@worldnet.att.net>
Fullerton, Ca USA - Thursday, November 04 at 20:30:03 (PST)

His stories are authentic. Iwish the covers were
Andrew W. May <a44red@yahoo.com>
USA - Wednesday, November 03 at 10:11:10 (PST)

Great site!
Jason Daniel Mays <jdmays1@earthlink.net>
Cathedral City, Ca USA - Sunday, October 31 at 18:23:58 (PST)

great reading
Nancy <kailes@aol.com>
camby, in USA - Sunday, October 31 at 05:35:11 (PST)

I haan of Louie L'Amour ever sinece I could first read. One, because it was the only books my Grandfather had around the house, and two, he was the only author to hold my interest at the time. He still holds my interest so much that I bought every volume he ever wrote. I have a whole library of books now but Louie L'Amour holds the highest honor in my collection. I have read alot of western books by many different authors and have found that no matter where you go or who you meet, everyone has heard of Louie L'Amour. To hold a piece a history and read about takes you back in time to that period and no one does it better than Louie L'Amour. He will forever go down as one the greatest authors ever.
SSG Douglas S. Marin <armywolf60@yahoo.com>
Canton, MN USA - Saturday, October 30 at 09:04:34 (PDT)

I just recently lost my father who was an avid reader of Lois L'amour. He said he once had a full libary of his books. Recently I was given a box with 85 books in it. Mostly paperbacks. I read them all. I never even consided reading westerns untill I was given two books. The best books I have ever read. I think of my Dad with each new book I read. Just pulled The Lonesome Gods from his bookcase. I'm reading it in his memory. I miss my father and my best friend. I do so enjoy reading, best of all Louis L'Amour. Thanks for all the good times.
Jerry Otto <santaguy2u2@msn.com>
Tacoma, Wa USA - Friday, October 29 at 15:31:57 (PDT)

I do not remember when I first read one of Louis books, but I do know that I got hooked on his style of writing. I now own all but 'Smoke from this Altar'. Some are in hardcover but most are softbacks. My family think I am nuts keeping them, but hopefully they will be there for my grandkids to read.
Les
Cambridge, Ont Canada - Friday, October 29 at 07:09:08 (PDT)

my favorite author of all time second to none
m lehman
PA USA - Thursday, October 28 at 19:16:49 (PDT)

I have been a fan since I read my first book 15 years ago. I have since enjoyed each one of his books. I have read each of his books at least thrice. Flint which happens to be my first I have read over fifty times and I still cant get enough of it. My only regret is that I cant buy the Louis L'Amour collection here in India. I have wanted to visit the US for the sole purpose of buying these books and it will be a proud day for me whenever I do manage to buy them.
Pratap <kgpratap@gmail.com>
Trivandrum, Kerala India - Thursday, October 28 at 11:57:13 (PDT)

While coming home on leave from the navy, My dad was reading a book on the Sacketts, and being from the Coumberland Mountains of Tennessee, said that he knew people just like the Sacketts. I started collecting Louis's books and have a complete collection. When my dad died in 1987, of his nine children, seven of showed up with Louis L'Amour books in their carry on luggage.
Hayden Evans <he60096@aol.com>
Winthrop Harbor, IL USA - Thursday, October 28 at 11:56:08 (PDT)

The great site!!! Thank you very much. Regards from Bulgaria, Zaur
Zaur Mammadov <nichego@LabourAssistance.com>
London, London United Kingdom - Thursday, October 28 at 11:29:45 (PDT)

My first book from the greatest western of all time was the first fast draw the story of Cullen Baker which i read back in the late fifties since the i was hooked i now have nearly all his paper backs and the hopalong cassidy set am still enjoy reading then
John Murray <mrryjon@mns.com>
Marystown, NFLD Canada - Wednesday, October 27 at 20:06:21 (PDT)

i have ALL of L'Amour's books and reread them quite frequently. It is so refreshing to have such interesting story telling that is clean and enjoyable. Hopefully there will be more of his short stories printed. Keep up the memory.
Sandi Lea DeLand <sandi@the-delands.net>
Camden, AR USA - Wednesday, October 27 at 13:45:36 (PDT)

i am one on the more fortunate readers. i have only read about half of louis books. i am a writer who learned several great leasson from reading the l'amour books. if i have a favorite it hasn't come to the surface yet. what a wonderful contribution the man made to the readers of the world.
james m. waddell <jmwaddell@knology>
madison, al USA - Tuesday, October 26 at 07:44:06 (PDT)

I'am 13 and the frist book i read was Son of a Wanted Man. I got hooked no the coolestbooks ever THANK YOU Louis L'Amour!!!!!
Michael <m_a_n_96@msn.com>
AZ USA - Monday, October 25 at 19:04:04 (PDT)

I remember when I first fell in love with his books, I used to stay up hours after bed time just to read. Now I'm 22 and I still have to be pried away from them. No other author has ever been able to grab my attention the way he does,and keep it through the whole book for that matter
Samuel J. Alvarado <jobyrd7@juno.com>
Gilbert, AZ USA - Sunday, October 24 at 14:59:33 (PDT)

I enjoy reading his books i've read all i have so now i'm looking for the others
ken phillips <pinball@citlink.net>
fulton, il. USA - Sunday, October 24 at 01:20:22 (PDT)

I at one time had every paperback written by L'Amour and read and enjoyed them all. I eventually sold them as a full set. I still have a limited edition (number 73 of 100), signed, hardback in special box cover. I have no idea of the value but would love to have comments, estimates and might even accept offers.
Mike Baxter <mikebaxter@acsalaska.net>
Kenai, AK USA - Saturday, October 23 at 12:44:24 (PDT)

I have been reading L'Amour's books for over 30 years and still re-read them. They have been a source of fun, education and just plain good reading.
Toby Gardner <tgardner@edutech.org>
Wolcott, NY USA - Thursday, October 21 at 09:38:29 (PDT)

Louis L'Amour Rocks
Dylan Hennessy <classicteamropin@hotmail.com>
Des Lacs, ND USA - Tuesday, October 19 at 11:16:48 (PDT)

The first Louis L'Amour book I read was "Last Stand at Papago Wells" and I was ten years old. I fell in love and I have been in love since. I have read each and every L'Amour book at least 20 times since and every time I pick one up, the anticipation is the same as the first time I read it. Louis L'Amour may have gone on to the cattle drive in the sky but his words and stories will be entertaining people forever.
Tricia Hanan <Caskyegal@aol.com>
Los Angeles, CA USA - Tuesday, October 19 at 01:48:35 (PDT)

Hi, I actually got into Louis L'Amour books because I was looking for them for my Aunt to selles and Collectibles shop. I found a few in poor condition that wouldn't have been suitable for sale, so I started reading them. Needless to say, she can now find her own books to sell. I just love that they are so historically factual. He has such a way of bring the West to life. I'm hooked. Now I need to find about 110 more of his books. Hopefully cheap, as I live on a very limitedppy reading to all :)
Tracy Ann <justmeinnv@gobigwest.com>
Pahrump, NV USA - Sunday, October 17 at 18:13:10 (PDT)

I've always loved reading Louis Lamour!! He's the best western writer, EVER!! I have just signed up for his book club and can't wait to reread all of his books!! I just recieved the first one and it is nice!! I can't wait to turn my daughter on to Louis Lamour!! So if you'll excuse me, I'm about to reread the Daybreakers!!! Thanks for starting up the book club!!!! Nice website too!!!! Dave
David W. Steger <steg32168@bellsouth.net>
New Smyrna Beach, Fla. USA - Saturday, October 16 at 17:39:13 (PDT)

I have copy of the Walking Drum and have read it more than once and find it fascinating because of the historical background. It seems to me that the series have not been completed because the author said in his Notes at the end of the book that he had at least two more adventures in further Kerbouchard's tales which he hopes to publish.The first will follow Kerbouchard to Hindu (India) in search of Sundari. I suspect that this story was in drafted form but I can't find any information on whether it has been published. The second book may never be published due to there being no draft. Question was there a draft on his death on June 10th. 1988 and if so will it ever be pubof Louis L'amour.
John C.Downward <Seacue@telus.net>
Parksville, , BC Canada - Thursday, October 14 at 19:13:10 (PDT)

As a history teacher, I encourage my students to read Louis L'Amours books, especially the Sackett novels, for background on the American frontier and western movement.
Jerry L. Parker <jparker@nevadamercantile.com>
Reno, NV USA - T, October 14 at 12:29:24 (PDT)

I am looking for movies about Louis L'Amour stories and also collectibles . Thank you for your web site I am sure I will find what ever I need there. My Son-In-Law just loves all the books and I am trying to find some unusual stories or collectibles and movies regarding Mr. L'Amour for him for Christmas. Carolyn Walker
Carolyn Walker <RWAT110@earthlink.net>
Louisburg, NC USA - Thursday, October 14 at 11:58:18 (PDT)

I was introduced to Louis L'amour's books in 1986 on a vacation to Colorado. By brother-in-law who lived in Boulder gave me a book to read as we toured the state. In the book was references to many of the areas we visited. I was hooked and today own and have read over 80 of his books. I can now complete my collection from your web site. Jim Combs
JAMES COMBS <COM>
HIGH POINT, NC USA - Thursday, October 14 at 05:41:15 (PDT)

I have been reading Louis L'Amour books for about 25 years and so has my family.We enjoy them very much.Would like to see more in hardback.
Andrew W. May <a44red@yahoo.com>
Ruckersville, Va USA - Wednesday, October 13 at 08:25:15 (PDT)

It was nice to be here.
Gray Dorance <gray1881@hotmail.com>
Buckspot, ME USA - Monday, October 11 at 21:57:07 (PDT)

one of the greatest storyteller's ever.the legend will live on.
pete <a_eagles333@hotmail.com>
england - Monday, October 11 at 07:22:42 (PDT)

I have the whole book club collection and re-read them all the time
John L. Evans <j-bevans@worldnet.att.net>
Brandon, MS USA - Saturday, October 09 at 18:02:42 (PDT)

My dad turned me onto Louis L'Amour books, the first one I read was "The Shadow Riders". It was a great book. My Father has a large collection of L'Amour books, I recently chose one to read and do a book report on "Milo Talon". I enjoy reading these books and I'm sure Louis L'Amour will keep us all enthralled for generations to come.
James Johnson <j_johnson529@hotmail.com>
WA USA - Friday, October 08 at 23:05:45 (PDT)

I never was one for reading, but after my daddy gave me a LAmour book I cant stop.
Luke
Meade cownty, Kentucky USA - Wednesday, October 06 at 19:11:38 (PDT)

I visited many of the places in his western books when I was a child on vacation. Louis showed me in his books all the things i missed because of the lack of my time there. My thanks to him will never end.
Robert Seifert <bob61@fidnet.com>
leasburg, mo USA - Wednesday, October 06 at 01:11:32 (PDT)

I really enjoy your books, when i start one i hate to put it down. saw website on book. enjoyed
ruth crawford <wrcraw2000@yahoo.com>
excel, al USA - Tuesday, October 05 at 16:47:48 (PDT)

I've done 2 reports on Louis L'Amour books so far this year. I actually read these books too!
randy <rando113@kawt.com>
USA - Tuesday, October 05 at 11:20:19 (PDT)

I've been going a few rounds with colon cancer which necessitates surgery and long hospital stays. Books must accompany me, but whose? P.G. Wodehouse for the laughs and Louis L'Amour to keep me strong.
Patricia Nolan-Hall <misspaddylee@yahoo.ca>
Toronto, Canada - Monday, br> Toronto, Canada - Monday, October 04 at 10:37:03 (PDnter>

I've been reading books by Louie L'Amour since the late 1950's. In my opinion, they are all classics. It would really be hard to name one as a favorite. The audio tapes remind me of the times the family would sit around the radio and listen to the adventure stories aired back when I was a young boy. A person can really let his imagination go and become so engrossed that you feel a part of the story. I have most all of his books, and most of the audio tapes to date.

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