I have never read a Louis L'amour book, that I did not like!!
A departure from the western theme. This story involves the kidnapping of Yance Sackett's sister-in-law and he and his brother's successful attempt to save her by using the skills he learned as a frontiersman in an unfamiliar world....the West Indies.
The Sackett's walked tall in the untamed forests and wild mountain pathes, strong men who sought peace in the savage wilderness. That peace was challenged when rival Indian tribes threatened war, and ruthless white men, hoping to exploit the tensions, kidnapped a settlers beautiful daughter. Only Kin Sackett and his brother Yance dared to make the treacherous journey along the Warrior's Path to rescue the girl from her captors. For when there is a crisis on the frontier you could count on a Sackett for swift action.
The Sacketts walked tall in the untamed forests and wild mountain paths, strong men who sought peace in the savage wilderness.
Inside covers are turning brown.
Everyone of Louis L'amour's books are incredibly good. I'm not a lover of westerns', the exception being if they're written by Mr. L'amour. You can't go wrong reading any of them.