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Old 06-13-18, 08:20 PM   #11
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....removal of Twain from American literary lionization (along with London, Steinbeck, and others)...
Wait, what!?

Also, my grandfather had a shelf covered in LL's books, especially the Sacketts. I've read almost all of them before age ten, almost everything Twain had written by the same age, all the popular Jack London titles, the list goes into eternity...
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Old 06-14-18, 04:04 PM   #12
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If you might like a modern Western, you can't beat Craig Johnson's Longmire series of books. It's great to find an author you like and have a whole series of books already out there for you.
x2, have personally met Craig Johnson and the cast of Longmire at Longmire Days in Buffalo, WY in 2015. Great bunch of folks and down to earth as well. Had a drink in the Red Pony in town and then went trout fishing in Cody, WY. Great trip.

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Old 06-15-18, 07:33 AM   #13
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It was the Sackett mini-series that got me started reading LL. I would like to find more DVD with movies from the LL books, for my old age which is rapidly approaching.
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It was the Sackett mini-series that got me started reading LL. I would like to find more DVD with movies from the LL books, for my old age which is rapidly approaching.
I actually stumbled on a DVD miniseries starring Tom Selleck and Sam Elliot in a thrift shop recently, still in the shrink wrap. I have yet to open it. I'm actually kind apprehensive because it'll likely be terrible.
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