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He imagined a few scenes that might be in it, like what would happen if Joe Mackatozi confronted Col.Zamatev at an arms control conference, but he never really had a story planned out.
With Louis' help they decided that they would plan a development that would be a combination of a living museum and a western theme park.
Most of these stood on their own so while his death left holes in the greater, historical, sweep of the series it did not make anyone feel unfulfilled or that the immediate story was incomplete.
The exception to this was "The Walking Drum." Although Kerbouchard's quest to find and free his father was complete at the end of the novel Louis ended the story with his hero starting off after the woman with whom he had fallen in love, thus beginning what was to have been the next installment in a three book series. Book Two was to have been called "A Woman Worth Having" and, if it had been written, been set in India. Back to Top Sequel to Last of the Breed -- Louis never wrote or even planned a sequel to this book.
Shalako, the name of the development, was never the only business that the company was involved in and finally it ran afoul of complications in some of its other business ventures. He was never, however, deeply involved in the corporation's operations.
His role was more of a consultant and the founder of the western town idea.