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No book has a better claim to have invented the myth of the American West.
It is 1871 in Cottonwoods, Utah.
This is the story of the gunman, Lassiter, and the Mormon rancher, Jane Withersteen.
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Told by a master storyteller who, according to critic Russell Nye, "combined adventure, action, violence, crisis, conflict, sentimentalism, and sex in an extremely shrewd mixture," "Riders of the Purple Sage is a classic of the Western genre. It is the story of Lassiter, a gunslinging avenger in black, who shows up in a remote Utah town just in time to save the young and beautiful rancher Jane Withersteen from having to marry a Mormon elder against her will. Lassiter is on his own quest, one that ends when he discovers a secret grave on Jane's grounds. "[Zane Grey's] popularity was neither accidental nor undeserved," wrote Nye. "Few popular novelists have possessed such a grasp of what the public wanted and few have developed Grey's skill at supplying it."
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Book Description Forge Books, 2003. Mass Market Paperback. Condition: New. 1st Forge Ed., November, 2000. Seller Inventory # DADAX0812590376
Book Description Forge Books, 2000. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0812590376