Western. Pseudonym used by US author Charles H. Snow. Blinded in an accident at the age of 37, he would go on to be one of the most prolific writers of all time, publishing 465 novels (mostly westerns) under both his own name and up to a dozen pseudonyms, such as CHARLES BALLEW, Ranger Lee, Wade Smith, Allen Forrest, Russ Hardy, Gary Marshall, Robert Cole, Chester Wills, H.C. Averill, James Dillard, and John Harlow. Throughout his career, he would dictate the stories to his daughter, who would transcribe them on a typewriter and send them to the publisher, usually Wright & Brown of London. ... View More...
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