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.
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|Grouping Author||brand max|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-11-08 22:47:33PM|
|Last Indexed||2019-11-11 02:27:40AM|
|auth_author2||Bagby, Milton, 1947-|
Faust, Frederick Schiller, 1892-1944.
|author||Brand, Max, 1892-1944.|
Faust, Frederick Schiller,1892-1944.
|available_at_mesa||MCPLD Central Library|
|detailed_location_mesa||MCPLD Central Fiction|
|display_description||Trailin' (1919) tells the story of Anthony Bard, a young aristocract from the east with a hunger for adventure, who sees his father murdered in the yard of their home. This starts young Anthony on a trail of vengeance that leads him to the far west. Here, Anthony, a tenderfoot with a knack for survival must track down a legendary outlaw who waits for him, not with a gun, but with a story. Along the way he braves the elements, resists a band of cold-blooded killers and finds love. A classic western revenge plot…..with a twist.|
|local_callnumber_mesa||Western BRAND Max|
|owning_library_mesa||Mesa County Libraries|
|owning_location_mesa||MCPLD Central Library|
Revenge -- Fiction
|title_full||Trailin' / by Max Brand ; introduction to the Bison book edition by Richard W. Etulain|
Trailin' / by Max Brand [pseudonym]
Trailin' [electronic resource] / Max Brand
Trailin'! [electronic resource] Brand, Max.