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A drifter by circumstance, William Tell Sackett hungered for a place he couldn’t name but knew he had to find. South of the Tetons, through a keyhole pass, he found it: a lonely yet beautiful valley—with a fortune in gold. Then he found an even greater treasure: Ange Kerry, a courageous and resourceful woman. But the harsh ways it takes to protect his claim—and their lives

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    Dirk Grobbelaar

    Jun 05, 2015

    rated it
    really liked it

    Shelves:
    western


    “Mister,” I said, “if you ain’t any slicker with that pistol than you were with that bottom deal, you’d better not have at it.”
    Trouble was, he wouldn’t be content with one mistake, he had to make two; so he had at it, and they buried him out west of town where men were buried who die by the gun.

    So I’d finished The Daybreakers and immediately started on Sackett. The events depicted here take place shortly after the events of The Daybreakers, but the two books don’t have so much bearing on one ano

    So I’d finished The Daybreakers and immediately started on Sackett. The events depicted here take place shortly after the events of The Daybreakers, but the two books don’t have so much bearing on one another that you couldn’t read them separately. That said: it’s easy to see why they were combined to make a TV-movie / mini-series (The Sacketts, 1979), since it isn’t too difficult to pull the two stories together (there are some recurring characters and at least one, Cap Rountree, who features (somewhat) prominently throughout).

    “Are you the Sackett who killed Bigelow?”
    “He wasn’t much good with a bottom deal.”
    “Nor with a gun, I guess.”
    “He was advised.”

    I enjoyed Sackett’s Tell Sackett as a protagonist, more so than Tyrel Sackett of Daybreakers. Tell is an older, faster, meaner, dirtier, more ornery version of younger brother Tyrel, and yet he is down to earth enough to be endearing. He has more experience and has lived dangerously for longer, which gives him the edge in entertainment value. Expect some amusing dialogue. Even so, I would have to say that Daybreakers is probably the better book of the two.

    All I had was a wore-out saddle, four pistols, a Winchester carbine, and the clothes I stood up in. Yes, and I had me a knife, an Arkansas toothpick, good for hand-fighting or butchering meat.

    Four pistols? Yes please. Fertilizer is taken from no one here.

    It isn’t a very violent book, but things do happen and people do get their comeuppance where it’s due. It’s a simple little story of survival and adventure, but well told and short enough to be over before your attention starts to wander.

    Trouble just naturally seemed to latch onto me and hang on with all its teeth.

    3.5 stars

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    Jacob Proffitt

    Feb 05, 2015

    rated it
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    Shelves:
    western

    This was the weakest Sackett tale so far. Tell is pretty awesome, so it isn’t the hero (he has a subtle sense of humor that I found particularly engaging). Mostly, it’s a weak story. It takes most of the first third to develop a recognizable through-line, though you can see in retrospect some aspects of that beginning that penetrate or resonate by the end.

    But even once the story got started, it was a relatively weak one. I mean, putting a (mostly) peaceful town together around a gold strike is a

    But even once the story got started, it was a relatively weak one. I mean, putting a (mostly) peaceful town together around a gold strike is a big task for a big man and all, but I guess I just didn’t feel it. Or didn’t feel that he was terribly attached to the task (or the town), maybe?

    Interestingly, I think I was actually more bothered that this had the weakest of some of the secondary concerns I’ve come to expect from L’Amour. Indeed, I think the lack of racial/cultural tolerance in this book made me realize how strong an element that has been in every other book so far (including The Daybreakers so it’s not just that this is early in L’Amour’s career). Not that Tell was intolerant or anything. Just that this time L’Amour didn’t go out of his way to give a sympathetic portrayal of some historically disadvantaged group. I’ve come to expect that strong subtext of equality and manly virtue being the great equalizer and missed it in this story.

    Still, weakest or not, it didn’t suck and I still stayed up an extra hour too late last night just to finish it…
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    Jim

    Oct 24, 2014

    rated it
    really liked it

    Shelves:
    western

    I am waiting for a book to become available at my local library and was looking for a quick read. I read somewhere that Louis L’Amour described himself as a storyteller. Many years ago I read pretty much every L’Amour book I could get my hands on. Some of my favorites were his Sackett novels. This is the third Sackett novel published but in the Sackett series it is the eighth. The protagonist is William Tell Sackett and the time frame is 1874 – 1875. Tell fought for the Union Army during the Civ

    The story opens with Tell having shot Wes Bigelow during a card game. Being a wanderer Tell decides it is time to hit the trail again. Working on a cattle drive he learns that Bigelow’s brothers are looking for him. He also receives his very first letter. Sent by one of his brothers. Feeling homesick he decides to pay a visit. On the trail home and in the Sangre de Cristos mountains he finds gold. He also finds a beautiful woman, Ange Kerry.

    Tell decides maybe it is time to settle down. And possibly get married. The gold can be the means to buy some land and start a new life. But when someone discovers gold trouble cannot be far behind. The Bigelow brothers are already seeking to avenge their brother and when Tell brings in gold and tries to stake a claim he has even more enemies who want to jump his claim. He lives in a violent time and place. As mentioned in the book when people live in a society where there is a sheriff, court and judge they can leave the enforcement of laws to others. Here you cannot depend on others to enforce the laws of society.

    Tell is a strong moral character and carries a copy of a legal book that he tries to read and learn from but he is quick to fight when pushed. There was a movie based on this book and The Daybreakers starring Sam Elliott as Tell Sacket.

    Louis L’Amour novels may never win a Pulitzer but they are a fun read and for me nostalgic. L’Amour is after all a storyteller.
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