Summary

Tell Sackett was packing 30 pounds of gold and no worries, until he got to the ferry at the Colorado. Trouble found him there. It looked like a black-eyed woman, pretty as a young filly and a hundred times more set to buck any man. It looked like a gang of hardcases with ideas about other folks' gold. And trouble looked like the other side of the river, the hottest, driest, most brutal desert on the continent.
©1964 Louis and Katherine L'Amour Trust (P)2001 Random House, Inc. Random House Audio, a division of Random house, Inc.
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By Iwantmyname privateAmazon on 09-03-16

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This book was the best of all the Sackett books I have ever listen to Best Western book for that matter this is a great book for people who are just getting into Westerners and I can't do nothing but recommend the whole second series but after listening to this one man a life this is a good book

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By DWR on 14-04-18

David Strathairn is the best narrator hands-down

he's very good at capturing the mood and flow of the story expressive yet soothing voice

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