Books. Author Biography
Zane Grey (1872 - 1939)
Grey was born, Pearl Zane Gray,
in Zanesville, Ohio, and attended the University of Pennsylvania
on a baseball scholarship, studing dentistry.
Zane Grey, known for his
stories about the West, began his interest in 1907 after going
to trap a mountain lion in Arizona. In 1910, his first Western
novel, Heritage of the Desert, became a bestseller
and drove his career. Two years later his produced his best
known book, Riders of the Purple Sage.
Between practicing dentistry, Zane
Grey often fished on the Delaware River, where he
met Lina Roth, whom he would later marry. They later moved
to California in 1920 buying a prominent mansion on Millionaire’s
Zane Grey wrote some 90
books, some published after his death. Zane
died of heart failure at his home in Altadena, California.
Literary Classics contains 560 authors, and
thousands of unabridged books.
The Zane Grey unabridged classic books, included
on the Literary Classics CD are:
- DESERT GOLD
- BETTY ZANE
- THE CALL OF THE CANYON
- THE HERITAGE OF THE DESERT
- THE LAST OF THE PLAINSMEN
- THE LIGHT OF WESTERN STARS
- THE LONE STAR RANGER
- THE REDHEADED OUTFIELD AND OTHER BASEBALL BOOKS
- THE SPIRIT OF THE BORDER BY GREY
- THE YOUNG FORESTER
- TO THE LAST MANWILD