The fascinating history of Hawaii and the cowboys who won the world’s greatest rodeo.
A fast-paced, easy-reading buddy cop story layered over a familiar Western framework.
I’ve dared to rank the entire 17-book Sacketts series in order. It’s a doozy.
I’m clearly not McCarthy’s target audience because this book was the absolute worst.
This fantasy-Western novel is a brilliantly original spin on that famous man named Wyatt Earp.
A gloriously dark Western killing spree that spans multiple decades.
This book tries to be too many things, and succeeds at being none.
History buffs and Western fans, rejoice! This one’s for you.
This book leaves all other versions of Doc Holliday and the Earps in the dust.
L’Amour’s best Sackett novel will ruin you for his other books. It’s that good.