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  • ISBN: 0671812289
  • ISBN13: 978-0671812287
  • ePub: 1936 kb | FB2: 1739 kb
  • Category: Genre Fiction
  • Publisher: Pocket (1970)
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 957
  • Format: lrf lit azw lit
Shadow on the Trail ePub download

Shadow on the Trail" is one fast paced, interesting tale. He later has a chance to repay that debt and in the process redeems and entire range. It's a wonderful book to curl up with under a tree or sitting on a porch swing. 5 people found this helpful.

Shadow on the Trail" is one fast paced, interesting tale. One person found this helpful.

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Paleoindian and Early Archaic artifacts from my collection surface found on private land on the high plains.

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Shadow on the Trail by Zane Grey, one of the bestselling authors of all-time, is the story of one such man who returned to reestablish himself in a law-abiding society. In Texas, young bank robber Wade Holden, once the toughest, fastest triggerman in the notorious Simm Bell gang, makes a promise to his dying mentor that he will go straight. He is tired of shooting, riding, and fighting.

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We're looking for the trail of the Iron Shirts," said Oliver. AlvarNunez Cabeza de Vaca," added Dorcas Jane, who always remembered names. The Road-Runner ducked once or twice by way of refreshing his memory. Off to the right what seemed a vast sheet of water spread out likequicksilver on the plain; it moved with a crawling motion, and a coyotethat trotted across their line of vision seemed to swim in it, his headjust showing above the slight billows. It's only mirage," said the Road-Runner; "even Indians are fooled by itif they are strange to the country.

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Berkohi
If there is a negative in this book, it is not the fault of the author, it is in whoever set the type for this e-book. Typos are crazy bad. That said, now about the story: fantastic! Zane Grey noted how many people were part of outlaw bands, and when the leader was killed or captured, some individuals seemed to disappear forever. Basing this story on the fictitious future of one real life character, he molds a "what if" conversation into a story of villain to hero. Wade Holden was a young Texas gunslinger for a bank robbing gang that managed to be the only one to escape after a robbery that went bad. With Texas Rangers on his trail he manages to escape with the help of a young girl who hides him until danger passes. Going from place to place, under a different alias each time, and undertaking legal work at each place, he manages to outrun his past to Arizona where he is battling rustlers for a family and an untarnished reputation under the name of Tex Brandon. Always likely to run into someone who might recognize him he is forever in the shadow of his past.
Karg
This has become one of my favorite of Zane Grey's novels. A teenager... desperado and gunman more by other than choice, goes on the run after his band gets run down by the Texas Rangers. Through the ensuing years, always looking over his shoulder and a step-and-a-half in front of the long memory of the Rangers still in pursuit, our unlikely hero finds himself fighting for right over might and dishonor. He's haunted by the past. He fears his new friends will hate him should they somehow find out his true identity. He knows he'll get his comeuppance. Zane Grey's romantic depiction of the southwest, the settler's wagon trains, regional dialect, cattle drives and rustlers, the desolation and weather, the law and the lawless is unparalleled. "Shadow on the Trail" is one fast paced, interesting tale.
Ramsey`s
As a child, I would spend much of the summer at my grandparents' house. This little gem was a part of my grandfather's library. Having it for my own brings back those days. It seems to be one of the least available Zane Grey titles and I'm not sure why. It's the story of a young outlaw pulled into a life of crime by an outlaw father and a terrible skill with a gun. When he first leaves that life, he is rescued from rangers by a girl and begins his road to redemption. He later has a chance to repay that debt and in the process redeems and entire range. It's a wonderful book to curl up with under a tree or sitting on a porch swing.
Ygglune
Grey is quite the wordsmith. He can make a scene live as though you are a silent observer. We need more western writers like him.
Buridora
I enjoyed the writing he way the writer tried to give the sense of the time
And the constant pain in the main character
Fenius
If you like Zane Grey you were love this book. The old masters can certainly spend a tale. The good guy gets the girl and defeats the bad guy.
Fek
I've always loved Zane Grey westerns. They have lots of romance and drama and beautiful scenery. Darnell Clevenger
I have been a fan of Zane Grey for over 70 years. Reading this book was like renewing an acquaintance with an old friend. I recommend it to lovers of good Western novels.
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