William MacLeod Raine, was an American novelist. He worked as a reporter and editorial writer for local newspapers. He was best known for his fictional adventure stories about the American Old West. Twenty of his novels have been screened. Despite his prolificacy, he was a careful, conscientious worker, he was aimed at accurate detail, and considered himself a craftsman rather than an artist.
This story describes the life of the man, who left the parent’s house and went to find his luck. He wanted to start the new life with open mind. This took him to the slums of Verden, to the red-light district, to Socialist meetings, to a striking coal camp near the city where he slightly escaped the death... What happened with him? Read the story to know!