Synopses & Reviews
Riders of the Purple Sage, Grey's best-known bestseller, is a thrilling saga set on the UtahArizona border country that features a despicable villain and a straight-shootin hero in a tale of passion, rivalry, and revenge. In The Trail Driver, the heroine is disguised as a boy while a cast of hard-bitten, weather-beaten characters drive 4,000 cattle north out of Texas, braving the weather, marauding outlaws, and hostile Indians along the way. Rangers of the Lone Star features Texas Ranger Russ Sittell working undercover on a ranch to break a rustling ring, a dangerous assignment made all the more hazardous by the fact that the ranch owner is the local mayor. These three epic tales represent a wonderful way for Western fans familiar with Zane Greys work to drift back into his stories of life on the range but are equally attractive for newcomers who would like to sample a little of life in the wild west.
About the Author
Although he was 31 years old before his first book was published in 1903, Zane Grey's writing style and his depiction of the old "wild" west led to him becoming one of the highest-earning authors of popular literature of his time.