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A face haunted Cameron—­a woman’s
face. It was there in the white heart of the
dying campfire; it hung in the shadows that hovered
over the flick...
Ask anyone to name a western writer and chances are the first name to come to mind will be Zane Grey (1872-1939). Considered to be the father of the modern American western novel, Grey was beloved by ...
Perhaps more than any other modern American novelist, Zane Grey caught the imaginations of several generations of readers. From 1910 until 1925, his books appeared regularly on best-seller lists, and ...
Of the many authors who participated in the creation of the popular Western, one of the most important was Zane Grey. Although few of the elements of the Western formula were original with Grey, he br...