The Empty Land
by Louis L’Amour

One of his better westerns. A new mining town springs up overnight full of claim jumpers, card sharks, and murderers. Only Matt Coburn could tame the town to make it fit for honest people. He doesn’t want to do it. He is tired of killing and is thinking of settling down.

Year Read: 2006


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