Haunted Mesa

Haunted Mesa

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The Navajo called them the Anasazi, the "ancient enemy," and their abandoned cities haunt the canyons and plateaus of the Southwest. For centuries the sudden disappearance of these people baffled historians. Summoned to a dark desert plateau by a desperate letter from an old friend, renowned investigator Mike Raglan is drawn into a world of mystery, violence, and explosive revelations. Crossing a border beyond the laws of man and nature, he will learn of the astonishing world of the Anasazi and discover the most extraordinary frontier ever encountered.
ISBN: 9780553270228
Characteristics: 431 pages ;,18 cm.


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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.

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! ----


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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