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by Ernest Haycox

eBook Return of a Fighter (Gunsmoke Westerns) download ISBN: 0745146082
Author: Ernest Haycox
Publisher: Chivers North Amer (August 1, 1994)
Language: English
Pages: 160
ePub: 1540 kb
Fb2: 1652 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction

Return Of A Fighter book. This is a mass-market Western, so take from that what you will

Return Of A Fighter book. This is a mass-market Western, so take from that what you will. The characters are pretty much your standard stock archetypes, and the plot revolves around the main character coming back to his hometown after having been run out, accused of a crime he didn't commit. He's come back to put things right in the town. If the writing weren't so gripping, and the characters weren't so compelling, I'd say go see just about any Western movie ever made and get the basic idea. However, they are, so this is This is a mass-market Western, so take from that what you will.

Ernest James Haycox (October 1, 1899 – October 13, 1950) was an American author of Western fiction. Haycox was born in Portland, Oregon, to William James Haycox and the former Martha Burghardt on October 1, 1899

Ernest James Haycox (October 1, 1899 – October 13, 1950) was an American author of Western fiction. Haycox was born in Portland, Oregon, to William James Haycox and the former Martha Burghardt on October 1, 1899. During World War I he was in Europe, and after the war he spent one year at Reed College in Portland

ISBN13: 9780451094193.

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One not to miss, as it displays all of Ernest Haycox's talent as a writer, and how even then he was working to make his books historical and yet every day, so everyone could see themselves in his books

One not to miss, as it displays all of Ernest Haycox's talent as a writer, and how even then he was working to make his books historical and yet every day, so everyone could see themselves in his books. He made his characters typical people living in normal day to day circumstances until something unusual happened, then had them react as most people really would-quite a difficult task when it come to writing and wanting your readers to become involved with the story.

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Comments: (2)
Kardana
First published in "Short Stories" magazine in 1929 this book tells the stroy of a frightened kid who had left eight years before and now has returned as a man--Hugh Kingmead. He is back to reclaim his ranch, and this time he will fight to see justice done. This is an excellent short novel. One not to miss, as it displays all of Ernest Haycox's talent as a writer, and how even then he was working to make his books historical and yet every day, so everyone could see themselves in his books. He made his characters typical people living in normal day to day circumstances until something unusual happened, then had them react as most people really would--quite a difficult task when it come to writing and wanting your readers to become involved with the story. Great book!
Makaitist
Copyright 1929 by Short Stories, Inc., may explain why this is not a very good book, especially for Ernest Haycox, possibly a short story with added content, the story of Hugh Kingmead returning to Sun Ford, Oregon, after 8 years as a stockbroker in New York City to clear his name of being the killer of Colonel Starrett,