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Set against the rugged backdrop of the American West, 'Valley Thieves' by Frederick Schiller Faust is a compelling narrative that intricately weaves themes of justice and redemption. Faust, writing under his widely acclaimed pseudonym Max Brand, employs a terse and vivid prose style, reminiscent of the pulp fiction era yet elevated by his literary finesse. The novel captures the essence of the Western genre, providing a window into the period's moral dilemmas and the characters who embodied them. As a DigiCat publication, this novel has been meticulously curated, preserving the integrity of Faust's vision while presenting it in a contemporary format suitable for modern audiences who appreciate the timeless qualities of classic literature.

Frederick Schiller Faust's journey towards becoming one of the most prolific writers of Western fiction was no doubt influenced by the socio-economic conditions of early 20th-century America and his own voracious appetite for reading. With an output of hundreds of novels and stories under various pseudonyms, Faust's writings often explore themes of courage, honor, and the complexity of human nature. 'Valley Thieves' emerges from this rich tapestry of experiences, showcasing Faust's remarkable ability to create tight, gripping tales that resonate with authenticity and insight into the human condition.

Readers looking for a literary escapade into the trials and tribulations of frontier life will find 'Valley Thieves' to be a rewarding expedition. Faust's mastery in crafting enigmatic characters and suspense-filled plots makes this book more than just another Western; it is a study in character development and moral quandaries set within a rapidly changing world. Recommended for aficionados of the genre and newcomers alike, 'Valley Thieves' stands as a testament to Faust's enduring legacy in American letters and the transformative power of well-told stories.


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Año de Edición
Frederick Schiller Faust, Frederick Schiller Faust
Núm. Páginas
Peso (Físico)
Tamaño Archivo (Virtual)
DRM (Virtual)
Formato Electrónico (Virtual)
Valley Thieves
Biografía del Autor
<p>Freithery Schiller Faust, better known by his pseudonym Max Brand, was an American author renowned for his prolific contributions to the Western genre, though his literary repertoire extended beyond the rugged frontier tales to include poetry, Gothic romances, and even science fiction. Born on May 29, 1892, in Seattle, Washington, Faust developed an early penchant for the written word, an ardor that blossomed into a full-fledged career in storytelling. Educated at the University of California, Berkeley, Faust honed his craft before emerging as a powerhouse in pulp fiction during the early 20th century. His forte lay in his ability to blend high adventure with personal inner conflict, often reflected in his well-crafted characters. \'Valley Thieves\' is but one example of Faust\'s mastery, showcasing his deft narrative style and richly depicted settings that transport readers to the heart of the untamed West. The success of his literary career, which includes creating the beloved character Dr. Kildare, can be attributed to his prolific writing ethos, his works numbering in the hundreds. Despite his untimely death during World War II in 1944, Faust\'s legacy endures, with many of his stories adapted into films and radio dramas, cementing his place as a cornerstone of Western American literature.</p>
ISBN: 8596547183044
Referencia: BW1037930003

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