Trailin'

Trailin'

Book - 1994
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"I love Max Brand," said Stephen King. The master of horror is not alone, for the ace of horse operas continues to attract new readers. Trailin' was an early novel full of the gusto and terse, fresh style that would make Brand's reputation.

A Wild West story, Trailin' opens in Madison Square Garden, where Anthony Woodbury accepts a challenge to ride a killer horse. When the man supposed to be his father is murdered, Woodbury follows the trail of the slayer west. As he pursues the secret of his birth, he takes huge risks that only a tenderfoot would entertain. "The story undeniably grips," wrote the reviewer for Anteneum when it was first published in 19200. Shortly after, popular star of western films Tom Mix appeared in a movie version.

Publisher: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, c1994
ISBN: 9780803261167
0803261160
9780803212473
080321247X
Branch Call Number: F
Characteristics: xv, 375 pages ;,21 cm

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