1916, 1st edition; Grosset & Dunlap publishers, New York; hardbound in Venitian red boards with black lettering on cover and spine; very good condition with no noticable foxing of pages; no dust jacket.
The story of Wildfire, a magnificent and temperamental stallion with fierce speed, is the real story of the West. Everyone wants to claim this untamable horse for their own and will do the unthinkable to capture him. While the goal of the story is to acquire the horse, and the terrible length some will go to conquer Wildfire - that is the real plot. Evil, villains and heros make this story powerful, exciting and one of Grey's real masterpieces. Zane Grey was the best-selling author of over 85 books and sold over 100 million copies. He drew upon the American Old West and is acknowledged as author of some of the best Western adventure novels ever written...