Frederick Dilley Glidden
Pen Name: Luke Short
Genres: Fiction, Other;
Born: 1908 in Kewanee, Illinois
Deceased: 1975 in Aspen, Colorado
Born in Illinois, Frederick attended the University of Illinois for two years then graduated from
Biographical and Professional Information
Frederick began his early career as a general reporter for a series of Midwest daily newspapers. however he did not last long at any of the papers, and during the Depression he trapped furs in Canada. He took on an agent in the early 1930's and by the end of the decad he had turned out fourteen novels and numerous short stories. He became a very prolific writer of Westerns. He also authored several screen and television plays.
In 1974 Frederick was inducted into the National Cowboy Hall of Fame.
- Donovan's Gun, Dell, 1992 (Original Publication 1968)
- Three For the Money, Bantam, 1970
- Man From The Desert, Bantam, 1971
- The Outrider, Bantam, 1972
- The Stalkers, Bantam, 1973
- The Man From Two Rivers, Bantam, 1974
- Savage Range, Bantam, 1974
- Bold Rider, Dell, 1975
- The Deserters, Dell, 1990 (Original Publication 1975)
- Trouble Country, Dell, 1990 (Original Publication 1976)
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Release Date: 1973
Release Date: 1990-04-01
Release Date: 1990-10-01
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