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Randall Parrish

a.k.a. George Randall Parrish

Author Code: AGRP

Born: Jun. 10, 1858 - Kewanee, Illinois, USA

Died: (?) 1923 - Kewanee, Illinois, USA

Educated at Allen's Academy in Lake Forest, Illinois and Griswold College in Iowa, Parrish then turned to the study of law, passing his bar exam in 1878. He was admitted to the bar in 1879 and took a job with the law offices of William C. Little in Wichita, Kansas. In 1882, suffering from ill health, he moved west, initially to New Mexico, where he worked for the railroad. He saw much of the Wild West as he moved around new Mexico, Arizona, Colorado and Nebraska. In 1886, he edited the Leader, a Nebraska newspaper. Parrish spent much of the next decade as a minister of the Congregational church in Nebraska. He resumed his career in journalism in 1902, when he joined Associated Press in Chicago. In 1903, he published his first novel, When Wilderness Was King, which sold extremely well and convinced him to devote his efforts to writing full-time. He became a master of the 'dime novel' and a financially successful author. His many works include My Lady of the North (1904), A Sword of the Old Frontier (1905), Bob Hampton of Placer (1906), Historic Illinois (1906), Beth Norvell (1907), The Great Plains (1907), Prisoners of Chance (1908), My Lady of the South (1909), Keith of the Border (1910), Love Under Fire (1911), The Devil's Own (1917), The Strange Case of Cavendish (1918), Wolves of the Sea (1918) and The Case and the Girl (1922).

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AGRP002 Beyond the Frontier 1915 164 605k eBook Download PDF - 'Beyond the Frontier' (AGRP002)   Download ePub - 'Beyond the Frontier' (AGRP002) Find a printed copy of Beyond the Frontier by Randall Parrish at AbeBooks
AGRP004 The Case and the Girl 1922 123 486k eBook Download PDF - 'The Case and the Girl' (AGRP004)   Download ePub - 'The Case and the Girl' (AGRP004) Find a printed copy of The Case and the Girl by Randall Parrish at AbeBooks
AGRP001 Keith of the Border 1910 131 518k eBook Download PDF - 'Keith of the Border' (AGRP001)   Download ePub - 'Keith of the Border' (AGRP001) Find a printed copy of Keith of the Border by Randall Parrish at AbeBooks
AGRP003 Wolves of the Sea 1918 162 620k eBook Download PDF - 'Wolves of the Sea' (AGRP003)   Download ePub - 'Wolves of the Sea' (AGRP003) Find a printed copy of Wolves of the Sea by Randall Parrish at AbeBooks

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