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In this 1920 Best-seller, Milt Dale, a lone camper, overhears a conversation that persuades him to leave his forest paradise to save a young woman from certain doom.
After narrowly escaping a kidnaping plot, Milt leads Helen and her kid sister deep into the perceived safety of the forest. The kidnappers are still on their trail to complete their mission but The Man of the Forest isn't about to let anyone kill Helen and take possession of her uncle's ranch.
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Considered the "Father of the Adult Western," Zane Grey (1872–1939) was a prolific American writer and the pioneer of the Western literary genre. He produced over 100 books, and for each year from 1915 to 1924, a new Zane Grey title made the bestseller list.Review:
“No man has employed the Western story formula with better results.” ―The New York Times
“A story full of the thrills and charms familiar to the readers of Zane Grey.” ―ALA Booklist
“[Grey is] well up to his mark in this stirring tale.” ―The Times Literary Supplement
“Fireworks in fiction!” ―The New York World
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