Torturous Trek

Max Brand

Traber Burns (Narrator)

11-01-18

7hrs 53min

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Fiction/Westerns

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11-01-18

7hrs 53min

Abridgement

Unabridged

Genre

Fiction/Westerns

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“The prolific Shakespeare of the western range.” Kirkus Reviews, praise for the author

On a cold, gusty night in Circle City, Alaska, Sammy Day walks into Nagle’s Bar. He is only twenty-two, but he has been on his own for ten years. He has worked cattle from Montana to Chihuahua, but a little “accident” at a poker table in Montana sent him on a forced march to Alaska to avoid a posse. He is down to his last fifty cents.

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“The prolific Shakespeare of the western range.” Kirkus Reviews, praise for the author

“The name Max Brand is synonymous with Western novels.” Booklist, praise for the author

“Brand practices his art to something like perfection.” New York Times, praise for the author

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Release Date November 1, 2018
Language English
Genre Fiction, Westerns
Author Bio
Max Brand

Max Brand® (1892–1944) is the best-known pen name of widely acclaimed author Frederick Faust, creator of Destry, Dr. Kildare, and other beloved fictional characters. Orphaned at an early age, he studied at the University of California, Berkeley. He became one of the most prolific writers of our time but abandoned writing at age fifty-one to become a war correspondent in World War II, where he was killed while serving in Italy.

Narrator Bio
Traber Burns

Traber Burns worked for thirty-five years in regional theater, including the New York, Oregon, and Alabama Shakespeare festivals. He also spent five years in Los Angeles appearing in many television productions and commercials, including Lost, Close to Home, Without a Trace, Boston Legal, Grey’s Anatomy, Cold Case, Gilmore Girls, and others.

Overview

On a cold, gusty night in Circle City, Alaska, Sammy Day walks into Nagle’s Bar. He is only twenty-two, but he has been on his own for ten years. He has worked cattle from Montana to Chihuahua, but a little “accident” at a poker table in Montana sent him on a forced march to Alaska to avoid a posse. He is down to his last fifty cents.