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The Sherlock of Sageland: The Complete Tales of Sheriff Henry, Volume 1 (The Argosy Library)

The Sherlock of Sageland The Complete Tales of Sheriff Henry Volume The Argosy Library Once voted Adventure Magazine s most popular author W C Tuttle introduced the world to one of his longest running and most popular series characters Henry Harrison Conroy in the pages of Argosy Col

  • Title: The Sherlock of Sageland: The Complete Tales of Sheriff Henry, Volume 1 (The Argosy Library)
  • Author: W.C. Tuttle Sai Shankar
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 105
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Once voted Adventure Magazine s most popular author, W.C Tuttle introduced the world to one of his longest running and most popular series characters, Henry Harrison Conroy, in the pages of Argosy Collected here are the first four stories Henry Goes Arizona, With the Help of Henry, The Sherlock of Sageland, and The Diplomacy of Henry It s Volume 4 in The ArgosOnce voted Adventure Magazine s most popular author, W.C Tuttle introduced the world to one of his longest running and most popular series characters, Henry Harrison Conroy, in the pages of Argosy Collected here are the first four stories Henry Goes Arizona, With the Help of Henry, The Sherlock of Sageland, and The Diplomacy of Henry It s Volume 4 in The Argosy Library.

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    About "W.C. Tuttle Sai Shankar"

    1. W.C. Tuttle Sai Shankar

      W C Tuttle was an American writer almost all of which were westerns His best known character was Hashknife Hartley, who along with his friend Sleepy Stevens, served as unofficial detectives solving crimes on the ranches where they worked as cowboys.

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    1. IF you get a kick out of old pulp magazine fiction, you'll love this book. Old Vaudeville slapstick comedy actor Henry inherits his uncle's semi-prosperous Arizona ranch back in the old cowboy days of the Old West. He sort of accidentally figures out a couple of crimes and gets elected sheriff as a joke. Funny thing is, he has a real talent for solving crimes and putting the bad guys out of commission.I had a lot of fun with these stories. But I love old pulp magazine fiction anyway.


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