Author:William MacLeod Raine

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William MacLeod Raine

British-born American novelist who wrote romantic histories set in the English countryside, and adventure stories about the American Old West, for which he is best remembered.

William MacLeod Raine


  • A Daughter of Raasay: A Tale of the '45 (1904)
  • Wyoming: A Story of the outdoor West (1908)
  • Ridgway of Montana: A Story of Today, in Which the Hero is Also the Villain (1909)
  • Bucky O'Connor: A Tale of the Unfenced Border (1910)
  • Mavericks (1911)
  • Brand Blotters (1911)
  • Crooked Trails and Straight (1913)
  • The Vision Splendid : A Story of Today (1913)
  • The Pirate of Panama: A Tale of the Fight for Buried Treasure (1914)
  • A Daughter of the Dons : A Story of New Mexico Today (1914)
  • Men in the Raw (1915, in The Argosy.)
  • The Highgrader (1915)
  • Steve Yeager (1915)
  • Yukon Trail: A Tale of the North (1917)
  • A Man Four-Square (1919)
  • The Big-Town Round-Up (1920)
  • Oh, You Tex! (1920)
  • Gunsight Pass: How Oil Came to the Cattle Country and Brought a New West (1921)
  • The Fighting Edge (novel, 1922) (1922)
  • Man Size (1922)
  • Iron Heart (1923)
  • Desert Feud (1924)
  • The Desert's Price (1924)
  • Troubled Waters (1925)
  • Roads of Doubt (1925)
  • Bonanza: A Story of the Gold Trail (1926)
  • Return of the Range Rider (1926)
  • Judge Colt (1927)
  • Texas Man (1928)
  • Colorado (1928)
  • Moran Beats Back: reprinted in 1974 as Gunsmoke Trail (1928)

Works from magazines[edit]

Longer works

Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1928.

This author died in 1954, so works by this author are in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 68 years or less. These works may be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.

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