Robert Ames Bennet

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Robert Ames Bennet
Born (1870-02-03)February 3, 1870[1]
Denver, Colorado[1]
Died March 11, 1954(1954-03-11) (aged 84)
Pen name Lee Robinet
Occupation novelist, screenwriter
Nationality United States
Genre Western, Science fiction
Bennet's "Sunnie of Timberline" was serialized in The Argosy in 1918

Robert Ames Bennet (1870–1954) was an American western and science fiction writer. Several of his novels were made into films, including "Finders Keepers" and "Out of the Depths".

Selected works[edit]

  • Thyra: A Romance of the Polar Pit (1901)
  • For The White Christ (1905) [1]
  • A Volunteer With Pike (1909)
  • The Shogun's daughter (1910)
  • The Forest Maiden (1913)
  • The Quarterbreed (1914)[1]
  • The Bowl of Baal (1917)
  • The Two-Gun Man (1924)
  • The Desert Girl (1928)
  • The Roped Wolf (1931) - G. Howard Watt
  • Caught In The Wild (1932)
  • White Buffalo (1935)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Herringshaw, Thomas William, ed. (1915). Herringshaw's American Blue Book of Biography. Chicago: American Publishers' Association. p. 103. 

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