Mackenna's Gold

Mackenna s Gold Entrusted with the secret location of the fabled Lost Canyon of Gold by a dying Apache warrior Glen Mackenna sets out to find the site in the vast wilderness and must fight off the hordes of fortune

  • Title: Mackenna's Gold
  • Author: Will Henry
  • ISBN: 9780843941548
  • Page: 431
  • Format: Paperback
  • Entrusted with the secret location of the fabled Lost Canyon of Gold by a dying Apache warrior, Glen Mackenna sets out to find the site in the vast wilderness and must fight off the hordes of fortune seeking scavengers who would beat him there Original.

    • Mackenna's Gold ¦ Will Henry
      431 Will Henry
    • thumbnail Title: Mackenna's Gold ¦ Will Henry
      Posted by:Will Henry
      Published :2019-03-12T22:38:02+00:00


    About “Will Henry

    • Will Henry

      Also wrote westerns as Clay Fisher.Henry Wilson Allen September 12, 1912 October 26, 1991 was an American author and screenwriter He used several different pseudonyms for his works His 50 novels of the American West were published under the pen names Will Henry and Clay Fisher Allen s screenplays and scripts for animated shorts were credited to Heck Allen and Henry Allen.Allen s career as a novelist began in 1952, with the publication of his first Western No Survivors Allen, afraid that the studio would disapprove of his moonlighting, used a pen name to avoid trouble 3 He would go on to publish over 50 novels, eight of which were adapted for the screen Most of these were published under one or the other of the pseudonyms Will Henry and Clay Fisher Allen was a five time winner of the Spur Award from the Western Writers of America and a recipient of the Levi Strauss Award for lifetime achievement.Henry Wilson Allen was born in Kansas City, Missouri Allen died of pneumonia on October 26, 1991 in Van Nuys, California He was 79.



    361 thoughts on “Mackenna's Gold

    • I don't normally read westerns, and after reading this one, I will be checking out more of Will Henry books.This was an entertaining read, with a cracking pace, some great characters, good descriptions and overall well worth looking up. The movie of the same name is also good, and I would recommend watching the movie, then reading the book. The movie pretties up the characters, but takes many of the main elements to craft a good movie.The interesting thing was the main character MacKenna. He had [...]


    • Don't really read westerns but picked this up to read for the same reason I picked up the War Wagon, I remembered liking the movie as a kid and figured I'd check out the book. Enjoyed it well enough, seemed typical western to me though I don't have many with which to compare. Did get me to look up the original lost treasure legend it was based around which any book that gets me to look into the background is fine with me. If you like old westerns, lost treasure stories or the movies based off th [...]


    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *