The Adventures of Lew and Charlie

The Adventures of Lew and Charlie

By: Maurice Decker

SKU: 9780936622354
ISBN: 978-0-936622-35-4`

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For the first time ever, three of Maurice Decker’s rousing adventure stories have been collected into a newly edited book. Join Lew and Charlie on their very first outdoor adventures, two of which appeared only once in the pages of FUR-FISH-GAME in the mid-1920s and have never been reprinted.

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Lew and Charlie are two stand-up guys who rely on their outdoor skills to survive in the wilderness hunting, trapping, and fishing. They also solve mysteries, catch crooks, and rescue damsels in distress. Perhaps best described as an old-fashioned adventure serial, the stories have been a favorite of FUR-FISH-GAME readers for years. For this, the first Lew and Charlie book, we went back to the beginning, to the first three stories, two of which have never been reprinted. Regular readers should enjoy meeting Lew and Charlie as young men embarking on their first outdoor adventures. But really, anyone who enjoys a bold tale will have a hard time putting down this book. The Adventures of Lew and Charlie includes three complete tales: Trap Line of Rat Lake Club, The Fur Pocket on Big Thunder; and Trap Lines on Big Thunder. Here's a taste: “Charlie faced three wolves. His only weapons were a .22 pistol and his knife. He jerked out the pistol and looked at the magazine. It held a single cartridge...”

Pages: 130
Publisher: A.R. Harding Publishing Co.
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Lew & Charlie are two stand-up guys who rely on their outdoor skills to survive in the wilderness hunting, trapping and fishing. They also solve mysteries, catch crooks, and rescue damsels in distress. Perhaps best de-scribed as an old-fashioned adventure serial, the stories ran uninterrupted for 35 years in FUR-FISH-GAME magazine. The stories never were published as anything other than monthly magazine installments—until now. The stories still resonate today, and will make for entertaining, page-turning fun for the entire family.