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by Alan Le May

Category: Genre Fiction
Subcategory: Fiction
Author: Alan Le May
ISBN: 1585473855
ISBN13: 978-1585473854
Language: English
Publisher: Center Point Pub (February 1, 2004)
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Alan Brown Le May (June 3, 1899 – April 27, 1964) was an American novelist and screenplay writer.

Alan Brown Le May (June 3, 1899 – April 27, 1964) was an American novelist and screenplay writer.

ISBN13: 9781585473854. Pelican Coast is a tale of old New Orleans, which recreates the romantic old city with both historical truth and the beauty of style that marks Alan LeMay's narratives.

Pelican Coast is a tale of Old New Orleans, recreating the romantic old city with both historical truth and the beauty of style that distinguishes Alan Le May's narratives. Set in 1811, Pelican Coast finds French privateer Jacque Durossac throwing in his lot with legendary pirate Jean Lafitte, known both as" The Hero of New Orleans" and" The Terror of the Gulf.

ISBN: 1585473855 ex-library hard cover with a mylar covered dust jacket. historical western fiction. box 64. Seller Inventory ol2180djh. More information about this seller Contact this seller 1. Save 25%. PELICAN COAST. Published by DOUBLEDAY.

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As expected, the book was so much better than that Academy-Award winning film. An author can say so much more than a director can with his camera and dialogue. The story begins with a peaceful family scene on the western fringe of the Comanche movement area of West Texas after the Civil War. The family is slaughtered by the Comanches, all but the youngest daughter who disappears, apparently taken by the Comanches. The two men who return to the burning remains, the uncle and the adopted brother, join a party of neighbors who attempt to catch the Indians before they get too far.

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While the movie is often seen as one of the greatest Western films of all-time, the book deserves its place of recognition as well. With one of the most devastating openings on this list, a Comanche raid destroys the entire Edwards family, killing the men folk and kidnapping the women. What follows is a years-long quest by Marty (a virtually-adopted young man who’s part of the Edwards family) and Amos (the Edwards’ patriarch’s brother) to find the missing women.

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