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by Joseph A. 1862-1919 Altsheler

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Author:
Joseph A. 1862-1919 Altsheler
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978-1171523093
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1171523092
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Nabu Press (September 6, 2010)
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He was a prolific writer, and produced fifty-one novels and at least fifty-three short stories. Thirty-two of his novels were part of his seven series: The Civil War Series (8 volumes). The French and Indian War Series (6 volumes). The Gold Series (2 volumes). The Great West Series (2 volumes). The Texan Series (3 volumes).

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Joseph Alexander Altsheler (April 29, 1862 – June 5, 1919) was an American newspaper reporter . If you enjoy the works of Joseph A. (Joseph Alexander) Altsheler then we highly recommend this publication for your book collection.

He was a prolific writer, and produced fifty-one novels and (at least) fifty-one short stories. Thirty-two of his novels were part of his seven series. April 29, 1862 (age 57). Three Springs, Hart County, Kentucky.

Joseph Altsheler In Hostile Red. Chapter One – In Hostile Red. "Captain the Honorable Charles Montague, eldest son and heir to Lord George Montague, of Bridgewater Hall, Yorkshire, England," said Marcel, reading the letters, "and Lieutenant Arthur Melville, son to Sir Frederick William Melville. "Captain the Honorable Charles Montague, eldest son and heir to Lord George Montague, of Bridgewater Hall, Yorkshire, England," said Marcel, reading the letters, "and Lieutenant Arthur Melville, son to Sir Frederick William Melville, of Newton-on-the-Hill, Staffordshire, England. Those names sound well, don't they, eh, Chester? They roll like the Delaware.

Flag as Inappropriate. Joseph Alexander Altsheler. In Hostile Red, a romance of the Monmouth campaign (1900). The Red Light (1897). After the Battle (1898). At the Twelfth Hour (1898). Are you certain this article is inappropriate? Excessive Violence Sexual Content Political, Social. 1862-04-29)April 29, 1862 Three Springs, Hart County, Kentucky. June 5, 1919(1919-06-05) (aged 57) New York City, New York. The Last Rebel (1900). The Wilderness Road; a romance of St. Clair’s defeat and Wayne’s victory (1901).

The Hosts of the Air; The Story of a Quest in the Great War. by Joseph A 1862-1919 Altsheler 14 May 2010.

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  • This author really does his research and he tells the story through the eyes of a character in the conflict.

  • I have read all the novels that Joseph A. Altsheler has written that I was able to find for my Kindle. They are written in such away you think you are there along with the characters.

  • I have been collecting and reading books written by Joseph A. Altsheler and was particularly pleased to find many at amazon.com. I have purchased 18 different books by this author from amazon.com and many others from other sources.
    In Hostile Red, is an interesting story and one of Altsheler's earlier books. Unfortunately, the editing, type alignment and overall readability of this particular offering is the worst of any of the nearly 49 books by Altsheler I have. This offering was by far the most expensive; the worst quality and most difficult to read of them all. It is particularly disappointing because one can actually read this book on line for free through an on line digital library.