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ISBN:0553137034
Author: Louis L'Amour
ISBN13: 978-0553137033
Title: Mustang Man (The Sacketts #10)
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Language: English
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Publisher: Bantam Books (March 1976)

Mustang Man (The Sacketts #10) by Louis L'Amour



In Mustang Man, Louis L'Amour tells the tale of a man who lived by his own law-even if it meant being branded an outlaw. Lost gold on the Santa Fe trail. Nolan Sackett was running ahead of a posse when he stopped to help a wagon stuck on the plains. I am still totally enjoying myself reading about the Sacketts. But I again have to say this story was short for the money compared to the first few books.

The posse was hot on his trail for murder when he took tome out to rescue Sylvie from a gang of desperados. It wasn't till she'd bushwacked him with a shotgun, and tried to poison him that he realized she was up to no good. And no sooner had he shot his way out of her clutches than he met Penelope. After he'd heard her sad story, he should have cut and run, but somehow a Sackett never seems to learn the easy way. ISBN: 0553242024 Format: paperback Pages: 168 Book Condition: Fair Defects: Cover has a tear (see photo, pages yellow, shows spine wear, back cover is darkened Dust.

Chronology of Louis L’Amour’s Sackett Novels. Created by master storyteller Louis L’Amour, the Sackett saga brings to life the spirit and adventures of generations of pioneers. Fiercely independent and determined to face any and all challenges, they discovered their destiny in settling a great and wild land. Each Sackett novel is a complete, exciting historical adventure. Read as a group, they tell the thrilling epic tale of a country unlike any the world has ever known. Up north of the Canadian was the stretch of country they called No Man’s Land, and east of there was Indian Territory. No man in his right mind rode into that country without a gun ready to hand, and the will to use it. There were canyons like the Palo Duro and the Yellow House, but mostly it was cap-rock country, and water a rare thing unless you knew where to find it.

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In Mustang Man, Louis L'Amour tells the tale of a man who lived by his own law-even if it meant being branded an outlaw. But why was it stranded in the middle of nowhere with a beautiful-and murderous-young woman? Nolan was trying to find out when he ran into Penelope Hume, another attractive lady. She was the key to a cache of gold hidden in the mountains

The Sacketts are the unforgettable pioneer family created by master storyteller Louis L'Amour to bring to vivd life the spirit and adventure of the Ameri. 18 primary works, 30 total works. The Sacketts are the unforgettable pioneer family created by master storyteller Louis L'Amour to bring to vivd life the spirit and adventure of the American frontier. They are the men and women who challenged the untamed wilderness with their dreams and their courage. From generation to generation they pushed ever westward with a restless, wanderi. Mustang Man. Louis L'Amour. Random House Publishing Group, . Filled with action, adventure, mystery, and historical detail, the Sackett saga is an unforgettable achievement by one of America's greatest storytellers. In Mustang Man, Louis L'Amour tells the tale of a man who lived by his own law-even if it meant being branded an outlaw. He died from lung cancer on June 10, 1988. Mustang Man Numero 15, The Sacketts Series.

Reviews: 7
Bliss
This book is about Nolan Sackett, who saved Tell's bacon in the previous Sackette Series, and the reader gets to see what he's really like. Most folks in the western parts have him pegged as an Outlaw! But, is this the reputation he wants? Folks must read "Mustang Man" to get a more thorough view of Nolan and then decide for themselves! This is another great read by the best Western writer, maybe of all time!, Louis L'Amour! This will not be the last time you encounter Nolan's character in the Sackett Series, so do not despair! Read and Enjoy another Sackett Novel!
Ungall
I rated the book a bit higher than maybe i should have but I started reading them when I was a younger mann. The thought took hold and made me a better person. I believe that people should stand up aginst bullies and thugs you know the type, these books put that belief in me. I hope by reading them it will do the same for you or your children. John Wayne loved the man what more needs to be said
Mazuzahn
The earliest thing he remembered was falling from the window and landing on the street. No idea who he was or why the shot in the head which had taken his memory. All his instincts and habits were still there though. Just no identity.

And men were hunting him.

He heard one speak of Ben Janish as the one who'd shot him. But not why or why they wanted to kill him.

He escapes and comes to learn his name was Ruble Noon. Bits and pieces came slowly and he wanted to help the young woman named Fan Davidge. Her ranch was overrun by outlaws, her father dead, and rumors he'd hidden a fortune away for her.

And apparently he knew where it was. Except he didn't. Not anymore. Nor how he was tied to the young woman.

But crooked folks didn't believe that. Judge Niland. Peg Cullane. Davish. They all wanted the gold and him, not to mention Fan Davidge, dead.

Another fine western from the late author.
Thetalen
This tale contains more suspense than most as well as more intrigue. In addition, L'Amour's wisdom as a freedom-loving American who understands that all of the sacrifices of our forefathers can be easily lost simply by failing to stand up for ourselves and our way of life comes through in several places in the story. Read carefully so that you don't miss these quotable nuggets of truth and patriotism.
Not-the-Same
I really enjoyed The Man Called Noon. There are already many reviews written that touch on all the positives about Louis L`amour and I agree with all of hem. My add on is that l liked the clean writing manner. What I mean by that is so many writers go into such details that you lost the story. This is a straight story teller that doesn't go into the blue sky or the rustling leaves or the other adjectives that fill pages but you can do without. He gives you enough to set the scene without going overboard. Read and enjoy.
Fenrinos
I am still totally enjoying myself reading about the Sacketts. But I again have to say this story was short for the money compared to the first few books. But I'm going on. I just am enjoying reading this adventure or adventures (LOL). Louis L'Amour is a first rate writer. I can visualize every scene and feel even the weather. The only other writer I know of that can do that is S. King (the most brilliant writing of our times). It's a rare treat to read such a masterful author.
Enjoy. I know you will
Oparae
When purchasing this book you need to keep in mind that it was published when this type of book tended to run to about a hundred pages. So don't expect to be up all night getting through it. However, if you want a well researched, well written, action packed adventure western then this is the book for you.

I have this book in print and added it to my Kindle when it became available. I have read this one over 50 times and it is the perfect quick escape from the real world when you need a western fix. After reading this book you will know why Louis is one of the biggest selling authors of all time and you will want to read more and more of his books.

Very highly recommended to anyone who likes great characters, realistic action, and a fun read.
Truly a great story, good characters, lots of unknowns to keep you reading. Looking forward to Borden Chantry. Louis definitely, knew the area he was writing about. I love the stone cabin. I'm far-reaching the L'Amour novels, and find them as interesting as I did the first time.