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by Max Brand

Author: Max Brand
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Five Star; 1st edition (August 1, 2000)
Pages: 252 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.8
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This exciting trio of novellas includes the title story, Brand's final episode in the thrilling saga of Reata, one of his most popular characters.

Max Brand has never been equaled for his tales of the Old West, tales that. This exciting trio of novellas includes the title story, Brand's final episode in the thrilling saga of Reata, one of his most popular characters. Reata has finally freed himself from master criminal Pop Dickerman, but then he meets Bob Clar Max Brand has never been equaled for his tales of the Old West, tales that combine historical accuracy, grand adventure and humanity.

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Western stories, Large type books, Large type books, Western stories. The man who followed - The boy who found Christmas - The peril trek : a Reata story. Waterville, Me. : . Hall ; Bath, England : Chivers Press. In "The Man Who Followed", the opening novella of this trio, two undefeated giants of combat must postpone their championship match to join forces against an avalanche. A confidence man adopts a twelve-year-old orphan in "The Boy Who Found Christmas", a welcome contrast to the usual larger-than-life Western heroes. And the title story is the concluding episode in the saga of Reata, one of Brand's most popular characters.

This trio of short novels takes its title from another of the continuing adventures of Reata, one of Max Brand's most popular characters. Hardcover: 262 pages.

THREE OF BRAND'S BESTMax Brand was one of the ?rst, best and most popular chroniclers of the Old West, and this exciting .

THREE OF BRAND'S BESTMax Brand was one of the ?rst, best and most popular chroniclers of the Old West, and this exciting volume collects three of his ?nest short. In the title story of these three short novels, Brand?s popular character Reata is hunted by the law for his part in a bank robbery, while the criminals with the loot flee to Mexico.

In this exciting trio, Max Brand gives his readers the usual: an exciting mix of adventure, love, and authentic Old West lore

In this exciting trio, Max Brand gives his readers the usual: an exciting mix of adventure, love, and authentic Old West lore. Faust's first novel The Untamed (1918) was a success and introduced a semimythical character, Whistlin' Dan Barry, who travels the West following the wild geese, accompanied by a black wolf. His characters, who often have a mythic quality, are memorable, and his books are always entertaining.

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Max Brand has never been equaled for his tales of the Old West, which combine historical accuracy, grand adventure, and humanity. In "The Man Who Followed", two undefeated giants of combat must postpone their match and join forces against an avalanche. The twelve-year-old orphan adopted by a confidence man in "The Boy Who Found Christmas" is a contrast to the usual larger-than-life Western heroes. And the title story is the concluding episode in the saga of Reata, one of Brand's most popular characters.