Tales of Fishes

Tales of Fishes

by Zane Grey

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Zane Gray is best known as a fishing writer for wild adventure catching giants of the world record in oceans around the world. He published a collection of stories about individual places and types of fish. Fish tales are a great collection of stories that cover the most popular types of fish found in salt water. These are turtles, sailboats, marlins, swordfish and tuna. This is a perfect example for the shade of appetite of every fisherman. Zane Gray was one of America’s most productive and beloved writers. Being most famous for his Western novels, he actually spent more than 300 days a year on fishing.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781609771638
Publisher: Start Classics
Publication date: 01/01/2014
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 179
Sales rank: 983,374
File size: 455 KB

About the Author

About The Author
Zane Grey (1872 -1939) was known for his American frontier novels and in particular Riders of the Purple Sage (1912). His books were later turned into Hollywood films and he eventually moved to California to be closer to his work in the film industry.

1. Betty Zane Trilogy (1903-1909)
2. Last of the Plainsmen (1908)
3. The Heritage of the Desert (1910)
4. Riders of the Purple Sage (1912), with the sequel The Rainbow Trail (1915)
5. Desert Gold (1913)
6. Light of the Western Stars (1914)
7. The Lone Star Ranger (1914)
8. The Border Legion (1916)
9. Wildfire (1917)
10. The U.P. Trail (1918)
11. The Desert of Wheat (1919)
12. The Man of the Forest (1920)
13. The Mysterious Rider (1921)
14. To The Last Man (1921)
15. Tales of Lonely Trails (1922)

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