an American author, dog breeder, and journalist. The public knows him best for his novels relating the adventures of his beloved collies and as a breeder of collies at his Sunnybank Kennels, the lines of which still exist in today's Rough Collies.
Table of Contents
Lad: A Dog (1919)
Black Caesar's Clan : A Florida Mystery Story (1922)
Further Adventures of Lad (1922)
His Dog (1922)
Super Women (1916)
Buff: A Collie and other dog-stories (1921)
Further Adventures of Lad -
''The many people who delighted in the tales of 'Lad: A Dog' will welcome with joy this new volume,'' noted the New York Times Book Review in 1922, as the sequel continues to follow "a giant among dogs ... a dog of uncanny brain and great lovingly loyal heart and, withal, a dancing sense of fun. A dog with soul."
His Dog (1922)-
The story of how Link Ferris finds a wounded dog by the roadside, and in nursing its injury realizes a sense of genuine companionship so new to his life that it serves as a stimulus to redemption. "He's learned me that livin' is wuthwhile," is Ferris's plea when the owners, by right of purchase, claim him. Warm human interest, pathos, homely humor and an unexpected ending, make of it an exceptionally appealing dog story well worth placing beside "Lad" or "Bruce."
Super Women -
You will discover her in almost every generation, in almost every country, in almost every big city-- the Super-Woman. She is not the typical adventuress; she is not a genius. The reason for her strange power is occult. When psycho-vivisectionists have thought they had segregated the cause the formula what you will in one particular Super-Woman or group of Super-Women, straightway some new member of the clan has arisen who wields equal power with her notable sisters, but who has none of the traits that made them irresistible. And the seekers of formulas are again at sea.