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These memorable stories, read by award-winning narrators, are written by the finest Western writers who ever lived: Zane Grey, Max Brand, and Louis L'Amour.
In "Tappan's Burro" by Zane Grey, the prospector Tappan's only company was his burro Jenet, who knew the trails and waterholes better than Tappan. She tracked with him faithfully, and he repaid her with a final, supreme effort of will. In "Black Jack" by Max Brand, a spinster takes in the infant son of gunfighter Black Jack Hollis. The boy grows up headstrong and wild. Would he break laws—and hearts—like his infamous father? In "The Trail to Crazy Man" by Louis L'Amour, Charles Rodney is shanghaied into forced labor on a merchant vessel. Before he dies aboard ship, he deeds part of his ranch to Rafe Caradec, whom he hopes will protect his family.