William MacLeod Raine was an American author, mostly known as the master of Western Fiction. He was born in London in 1871 but moved to the country of his novels, America, when he was just ten years old. A prolific writer, he published over 80 books during his lifetime. Some of them provided the basis for films.
“The Sheriff's Son” was published in 1917 and represents the classical example of Western Fiction, filled with action and adventures. Gambling, prospecting, hunting and drinking, men find their notoriety and fame in the new hierarchy of outlaws, rustlers, marshals and sheriffs. With fast- paced plots and a variety of settings, Raine's fiction and non-fiction works embody the Spirit of the West, so the true connoisseur of Western Fiction will be undoubtedly glad to read it.
We are glad to present you the literary work of one of the most accurate chroniclers of the authentic “Old West”! Enjoy the reading!