Louis L'Amour is truly America's favorite storyteller and the legendary voice of the American west. He was the first fiction writer ever to receive the Congressional Gold Medal from the United States Congress in honor of his life's work, and was also awarded the Medal of Freedom.
In LONIGAN he celebrates the unique breed of men who worked the great cattle ranches. Men like Dan Regan, who refused to surrender when trouble came; Con Fargo, who would fight for what was his—despite the odds; Rowdy Horn, a small-time rancher with big-time dreams; Tandy Thayer, too loyal to forget a friend; Bill Carey, who might have fallen low, but not low enough to let the likes of Tabat Ryerson ride off with a woman like Jane Conway; and in the classic title story, Danny Lonigan, a hard rider who faced a group of rustlers without fear or mercy.
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