Paths of Fire
Leaving home for the sea at age fourteen, Albert Richard Wetjen (1900-1948), was shipwrecked twice before his sixteenth birthday. On the later occasion he survived five weeks on an island before being rescued.
Once back to sea, to pass the time between ports, Wetjen began to read. Less than impressed by some of the fiction he read, which lacked believability, he knew he could tell a better story himself by simply drawing upon his working knowledge of ships and the tribulations of men at sea.
By age twenty-two, only a few years after his first attempts at composing fiction, Dick Wetjen was a regular contributor to the Saturday Evening Post and Collier's, simultaneously selling stories to the pulp magazines Action Stories, Adventure, Short Stories and Everybody's.
Paths of Fire assembles some of the Wetjen's finest and most riveting tales of adventure.
- The Holding of the Rasmus
- The Boomerang
- East of the Solomons
- The Killer
- Paths of Fire
- Crimson Shells
- Last Cruise of the Fuscia Tuan
With an introduction by Tom Roberts
Cover art by Hubert Rogers.
|Title:||Paths of Fire|
|Author:||Albert Richard Wetjen|
|Price:||Trade paperback / 215 pages / Price: $19.95 US|