MAX BRAND SIX-PACK
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Six Max Brand western books are in this Mega-Pack eBook edition: The Long, Long Trail, Black Jack, Bull Hunter, Wild Freedom, Riders of the Silences & The Cure of Silver Canyon
The Long, Long Trail (1922)
This is a story about Jess Deer and the gun code he lives by. Jess became an outlaw after seeking revenge for his father’s murder and eluding the Sheriff. Jess sets out to find and destroy a hired gunslinger but a woman in need of help changes everything.
Black Jack (1922)
Is blood stronger than greed? Elizabeth is raising an orphaned boy as her own son, but her brother intends to undermine their bond in a grab for property.
Bull Hunter (1921)
A giant nicknamed Bull Hunter is ridiculed because of his size as a young man but he grows up and finds himself quick with a gun and partnered with a black stallion named "Diablo". The duo are unstoppable.
Wild Freedom (1922)
An old-style cowboy and Indian tale involving Tom, an animal lover, and his romance with Gloria.
Riders of the Silences (1919)
A young man receives a letter from a dying man claiming to be his father. He resolves to avenge the death by joining outlaws who are enemies of a feared gunman.
The Cure of Silver Canyon: A Western Mystery (1921)
This is a story of how Lew Carney made friends with the law in highly unusual circumstances, high in the mountains and among eight mysterious men.
About The Author
Seattle-born Frederick Schiller Faust (1892 –1944) was a western author who wrote under various pen names including Max Brand. He grew up working on a ranch in California's San Joaquin Valley before moving to New York. His books inspired many Hollywood films and he became a screenwriter in his later years.