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Title: The Warrior’s Path
Series: Sacketts #3
Author: Louis L’amour
Rating: 3 of 5 Stars
Format: Kindle digital edition
Kin Sacket and his brother rescue a girl and young woman who were taken by indians. However, it turns out they were taken by white slave traders and that the head of said traders is a prominent man in the local community.
It is up to Kin, and Diana, to track down another kidnapped woman and get her sworn statement to bring the slaver to justice legally. But he isn’t going down without a fight and it may be God’s justice that he faces and not man’s.
I gave this the “western” tag, as the Sackett boys are considering moving West by the end of the book, but it is more of a bridge between the historical fiction chronicled in Barnabas’s story [their father] and the truly Cowboy Westerns later on.
This was fun. Kin ends up going to the Jamaican Islands and having adventures with pirates and then fighting off rogue slavers back at the Sackett settlement. A good adventure story.
There is the trademark L’amour monologuing which I think I have accustomed myself to, but I still feel like rolling my eyes at it. I can only take so much of it. Zoom through it and everything is ok though.
6 thoughts on “The Warrior’s Path (Sacketts #3)”
There’s nothing like a good swashbuckling to stoke the fire, eh?
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3 to 4 L’amours a year seems to be about the correct amount for me. Any more and I start to roll my eyes, cynic that I am 🙂