After that, Peter Brandvold moved around a bit and studied in Arizona. But maybe it is just as fitting for this western writer to use the name of a real outlaw as a pen name. The Chinese man, Kong, is just as well presented and makes for an excellent sidekick for Massey. His bad guys are viciously evil and his heroes fall more into the anti-hero role than the squeaky clean white hats of yesteryear, and life is cheap. Life's been pretty good for Cuno Massey since he went into the freight business with Wade Scanlon. He said that Frank Leslie was a very bad man.
Led by the notorious bank robber Clayton Cannady, the outlaws have raised hell across the countryside, leaving a trail of dead bodies in their wake. Peter Brandvold was born in North Dakota. Once a Marshal 1998 Once More with a. The western genre still has a place in America because of its long and colorful history as well as the freedom it gives both the readers and the writer. Led by the notorious bank robber Clayton Cannady, the outlaws have raised hell across the countryside, leaving a trail of dead bodies in their wake. When Massey comes upon his friend in a pine box with his freight wagon plundered and burned, he has one goal: to find the killers. There are oak trees, hills, lakes, and a lot of fishing.
It is fortunate that writing came easy for him. While Peter Brandvold was growing up, his family often went on vacations to the lakes of Otter Tail County. But it seems like this is not much of a difficulty for Peter Brandvold. That is, until Scanlon stops in at a saloon and gets shot dead by a band of outlaws. He has also written four books for the Trailsman series published with Signet.
He said that there, it is peaceful and quiet. Peter Brandvold likes action and the western gives him limitless opportunities to explore that field and continually find fertile ground for good stories. Western fiction is definitely here to stay. Some of his books have translations into other languages such as Italian. Peter Brandvold is a very prolific writer, he has written over a hundred novels since the 1990s.
Peter Brandvold and his wife renovated a farm that sits between Underwood and Battle Lake. When Massey comes upon his friend in a pine box with his freight wagon plundered and burned, he has one goal: to find the killers. He first published his books with Five Star. Peter Brandvold has also written twenty-nine entries in the long-running series, Longarm. It is part of The Sherriff Ben Stillman series where it follows the protagonist of one of his earliest novels. He has also published books with Mean Pete Publisher, the publisher of fast-paced western ebooks.
Led by the notorious bank robber Clayton Cannady, the outlaws have raised hell across the countryside, leaving a trail of dead bodies in their wake. They lived there for several years and that where his writing career finally took off. These are Navarro and Bullet Creek. Another surprising factor is on the wide scope that Peter Brandvold has with his audience. His storytelling came out naturally also.
Next to that, he taught in an Indian reservation in Montana. It is an exotic place that has long been gone but continues to be alive through fiction. Now, local novelist Peter Branvold is bringing it back, keeping the mythical time of the western genre in America alive. He first started storytelling with his school friends and reading out stories for his classmates. When Massey comes upon his friend in a pine box with his freight wagon plundered and burned, he has one goal: to find the killers. In spite of what most people may think, there is still a demand for the westerns.
People still crave for it. Not only are the readers men, the fan base comprise of a lot of women as well. It seems like he was born with it. His father also owned a small farm in Erhard. Today, he has over seventy westerns with fast-paced, fast-action plots under his name as well as his pen name, Frank Leslie.
He then ended up studying in Grand Forks and graduated at the Red River High School. Recently, he published his first young-adult western featuring Lonnie Gentry as well as its successor, the Curse of Skull Canyon. This is published with Berkley Books. Some may even be translated into Norwegian. With Robbie Gay, Rose Elizabeth Supan, Mort Shelby, Steven Carpenter, Bradley Smith, Eva Wilhelm, Chris Genebach, Tracy Olivera, James Lewis, Peter Holdway, Chris Davenport, Michael Glenn, Evan Casey, Richard Rohan, Chris Walker, Nora Achrati, Paul Reisman, Nick DePinto, Colleen Delany, Scott McCormick, Nanette Savard, Eric Messner and David Jourdan Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Nathanial Perry Dialogue Editors Nathanial Perry Sound Designers Nathanial Perry Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori Producers Richard Rohan, Duane Beeman and Matt Webb Executive Producer Anji Cornette. He said that he has always loved to write. There are those who have been reading westerns for a long time and continually to do so now, while there are those who have just begun reading the genre and have come to love it.
He earned his English degree at the University of North Dakota. His imagination was wild as the wild, Wild West even at an early age. He is an American fiction author with several published novels under his belt. With the western, it is a mythical time and place where anything can happen. Currently, there are now film scripts being developed about his novels in Hollywood. He now lives in western Minnesota with his dog.