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  • Hardcover
  • 186
  • Texas Gold
  • John Henry Reese
  • English
  • 10 August 2019
  • 0385085508

About the Author: John Henry Reese

Hardcover Ó Texas Gold PDF/EPUB ✓ texas book, gold download, Texas GoldTexas Gold PDF/EPUBPseudonyms for this author include Cody Kennedy Jr and John Jo Carpenter John Reese in I have never cared what any critic said about my work and still do not I was never an author, but I was a production professional His output was remarkable He sold over stories to the pulps, graduated to the slicks, and became the top freelance contributor to the Saturday Evening Post Doubleday published his first novel in and by he had writtenthan His list included many high original Westerns, especially theJesus on Horsebacktrilogy, but he developed in other directions Big Mutt , is a best selling dog story for children, in printthan years winner of New York Herald Tribune Award, Children s Book, The Lootersexplores the world of organized crime and became a film by Universal Pictures Charley Varrick, Ten novels spotlight private investigator Jefferson Hewitt Another trilogy with This Wild Land chronicles the powerful and passionate Shepherd family on and made concessions to the then current appetite for sex and violence His production record alone stamps him as a notable writer, but he had other claims to high rating One would be originality An agent once described him as incredibly imaginative There is a strong element of disillusion in Reese s humor The antics of the human race left him confused and depressed After his years in politics and the newspaper business, he suspected that crooks and phonies outnumber the honest men in our world He thought that many of today s college graduates ought to be recalled as unsafe at any speed Observation told him that the noble red man was a myth and that tribal life was hell At the same time he respected courage and honor and loyalty The mixture of skepticism and faith adds a special tone to his work The flavor is sharpened by a high degree of literacy He was formidably self educated and called himself a nut about the English language He delighted in good prose and was a fine stylist himself From all this his principals as a writer emerge I always tell ambitious writers to be that if they haven t read, they can t write His second dictum If they haven t lived, they can t write He himself drew on an incredible reservoir of experience He headed James Roosevelt s campaign for governor, spent years as a Los Angeles newsman, and was at home in Hollywood Nothing like this happens to the young literati of today Reese fans contend that he was one of the equal or better known practitioners of his craft that in his own territory he was as good as they come Jack Smith quoted Reese when he wrote about him in the Los Angeles Times upon his death Many a time I have looked back over my career trying to find something in it worthwhile About all I remember with any pride was running Richard Nixon out of the City Hall pressroom I told him something like Go on, get out Nobody can square you with Van He says you have no guts and no principle and will probably go far Jack goes on to retell the story of how Reese received hundreds of calls at home for the Failure to Provide Deadbeat Dad Office of the District Attorney Seems his number was near that of the office He was a compassionate man and it shows in his work He couldn t bear to change his number stating There s something about the anonymity of a wrong number that seems to cloak it with the frankness of the confessional and all I can do is try to exhibit a little compassion myself when they want to talk to the wrong number god Reese asked Jack not to retell this and many other stories for fear it would hurt his reputation as a curmudgeon What he lacked in formal education, he made up for in integrity, honesty, loyalty and principal and, of course, a very colorful imagination Jack Smith further wrote Here s to an old grouch, and a very good man.



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