James Oliver Curwood (12 books)

(18791927)

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James Oliver Curwood, (June 12, 1878 – August 13, 1927), was an American novelist and conservationist.
A great number of his works were turned into movies, several of which starred Nell Shipman as a brave and adventurous woman in the wilds of the north. Many films from Curwood's writings were made during his lifetime, as well as after his passing through to the 1950s. In 1988 French director Jean-Jacques… (more)

 

The Valley of Silent Men

Kazan, the Wolf Dog

by James Oliver Curwood

The tale of a "quarter-strain wolf and three-quarters husky" torn between the call of the human and his wild mate.

The Hunted Woman

by James Oliver Curwood

A tale of a great fight in the "valley of gold" for a woman.

The Danger Trail

by James Oliver Curwood

A tale of love, Indian vengeance, and a mystery of the North. The danger trail is over the snow-smothered North. A young Chicago engineer, who is building a road through the Hudson Bay region, is involved in...

Baree, Son of Kazan

by James Oliver Curwood

The story of the son of the blind Grey Wolf and the gallant part he played in the lives of a man and a woman.

The Country Beyond

by James Oliver Curwood

A glass of wine once lost a kingdom, a nail turned the tide of a mighty battle, and a woman's smile once upon a time destroyed the homes of a million people. Thus have trivial things played their potent parts...

The Flaming Forest

The Wolf Hunters

by James Oliver Curwood

A thrilling tale of adventure in the Canadian wilderness.

Back to God's Country and Other Stories

by James Oliver Curwood

After her father is killed by an outlaw, Dolores marries Peter. While at sea in the Arctic, Dolores meets the ship's captain -- the man who killed her father! The captain causes an 'accident' to happen to Peter,...

The Alaskan

The Grizzly King

by James Oliver Curwood

As in human life, there are tragedy, and humour, and pathos in the life of the wild; there are facts of tremendous interest, real happenings and real lives to be written about, and very small necessity for one...

The River's End

by James Oliver Curwood

A story of the Canadian Royal Mounted Police.

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