The Haunted Mesa

The Haunted Mesa

Book - 1987
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Investigator Mike Raglan discovers the fate of the Anasazi, a race of pre-Navajo cliff dwellers who inhabited the ancient American Southwest and vanished from the face of the Earth centuries ago.
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, c1987
ISBN: 9780553270228
9780553051827
0553051822
Branch Call Number: LAMOUR
Characteristics: 431 p. : maps

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SPPL_János Mar 07, 2018

Based on the Pueblo legends that their ancestors fled a world turned evil, emerging into this dimension from a hole in the ground, this modern-day fantastical adventure was a major departure for L'Amour. Unfortunately it matches an interesting premise with a nearly unreadable execution. The supposed hero spends the majority of the novel wrestling with indecision and rahashing what little plot has been doled out. Add weak world-building and a conclusion involving several characters introduced much too late, and I am forced to dub this one of the worst books I've ever read.

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RichardPaul
Jul 04, 2011

Louis L'amour: Haunted Mesa c - 1988 ----
This is an excellent read! ----

Louis hits the Sci-Fi trail here.
I found this story very hard to put down. Louis grabs your imagination and hangs on to it. ----

Enjoy! ----

RichardPaul

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RichardPaul
Jan 25, 2011

The Haunted Mesa ----

by Louis L'Amour c-1987 ----

This is a Sci-Fi story in and on Native American Lands. ---- An excellent read, Louis hits the Sci-Fi trail here. ---- I found this story very hard to put down. Louis grabs your imagination and hangs on to it. ---- I found that this writing was Excellent. Also that by the way Louis wrote it. Basically like a puzzle: The story was Mysterious and Intriging at the same time. ----

Enjoyed the read! ----

Richard Paul ----

Reviewed on May 19 , 2010

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