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Description de l’éditeur

He was awarded an M.L. degree from the University of Colorado where he had established that school's first journalism course. During the First World War 500,000 copies of one of his books were sent to British soldiers in the trenches. Twenty of his novels have been filmed.

Contents

Ridgway of Montana (1909)

Man-Size (1922)

Steve Yeager (1915)

Tangled Trails (1921)

A Daughter of the Dons (1914)

The Highgrader (1915)

The Big-Town Round-Up (1920)

Crooked Trails and Straight (1913)

Brand Blotters (1909)

Gunsight Pass (1921)

Mavericks (1911)

Wyoming (1908)

The Sheriff's Son (1917)

A Man Four-Square (1919)

The Vision Splendid (1913)

The Pirate of Panama (1914)

The Fighting Edge (1922)

Bucky O'Connor (1910)

The Yukon Trail (1917)

A Texas Ranger (1910)

A Daughter of Raasay: A Tale of the '45 (1901)

Oh, You Tex! (1919)

Ridgway of Montana (1909)

The scene is laid in the mining centers of Montana, where politics and mining industries are the religion of the country. The political contest, the love scene, and the fine character drawing give this story great strength and charm..

A Daughter of the Dons (1914)

A Western story of romance and adventure, comprising a vivacious and stirring tale. A hunted man accused of murder witnesses a cattle stampede which results in the death of a herder, and seizes the opportunity to assume the dead man's identity.

Brand Blotters (1909)

A story of the Cattle Range. This story brings out the turbid life of the frontier, with all its engaging dash and vigor, with a charming love interest running through its pages.

Gunsight Pass (1921)

An average western story of the cattle country featuring a brave, upstanding young Arizonian in a series of encounters with a band of outlaws--beginning with a horse stealing and a murder and ending with an abduction. Hero is cleared, of course, and an oil well solves financial problems.

Mavericks (1911)

A tale of the western frontier, where the "rustler," whose depredations are so keenly resented by the early settlers of the range, abounds. One of the sweetest love stories ever told.

Wyoming (1908)

In this vivid story of the outdoor West the author has captured the breezy charm of "cattleland," and brings out the turbid life of the frontier with all its engaging dash and vigor.

The Sheriff's Son (1917)

A sheriff's son whose fine physique belies his natural fear comes into his father's former frontier district as a lawyer. The wild west story of how this tenderfoot acquires the courage which the inhabitants naturally expect of him and how he wins the heart of the "hill girl," daughter of the lawbreakers, is lively and entertaining.

A Man Four-Square (1919)

A family feud and the desire to avenge his sister, leads the hero of this story to adopt the life of a gunman when only a boy in Arizona. He has some narrow escapes, but aided by some very wholesome friends, among them two girls who furnish the love stories of the book, he is saved from himself and turns his energy to the work of a "man four-square" as a Texas ranger.

The Pirate of Panama (1914)

A tale of old-time pirates and of modern love, hate and adventure. The scene is laid in San Francisco on board The Argus and in Panama. A romantic search for the lost pirate gold...

The Yukon Trail (1917)

Story of two strong men in the wilds, neither of whom is the villain. The two men, differing in every viewpoint, clash in business and in love. In the ensuing struggled, Fate and Romance see the best man win. A crisply entertaining love story in the land where might makes right.

A Texas Ranger

How a member of the most dauntless border police force carried law into the mesquit, saved the life of an innocent man after a series of thrilling adventures, followed a fugitive to Wyoming, and then passed through deadly peril to ultimate happiness.

GENRE
Romance
SORTIE
2015
17 juillet
LANGUE
EN
Anglais
LONGUEUR
6,043
Pages
ÉDITEUR
ANEB Publishing
TAILLE
9.3
Mo

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