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  • A Western Story
  • By: Zane Grey
  • Narrated by: Danny Campbell
  • Length: 10 hrs and 23 mins
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Rogue River Feud

By: Zane Grey
Narrated by: Danny Campbell
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Along the notorious Rogue River, gold seekers, crazed by the discovery of nuggets that made them rich overnight, are at war with one another. The river itself swarms with salmon, bringing along with them another kind of wealth and violent fighting between fishermen and the fish-packing monopoly. Into this scene comes Keven Bell, returning to face life after being handicapped by a disfiguring wound he received in World War I. Keven teams up with a broken-down fisherman and boatbuilder. When they try to buck the salmon-packing monopoly, they encounter violence and trickery; their boat is sunk and they are left to swim for their lives.

Keven is tended to by Beryl, the daughter of a gold miner. His convalescence is slow, but the autumn days, fishing and camping, make a woodland dream of romance. But no sooner has an operation straightened out Keven's injuries than he is framed on a charge of murder in the salmon-packing war. Keven must carry on as best he can, along with what help Beryl and her old father can give, to clear his name and ensure his and Beryl's safety on the turbulent Rogue.

Zane Grey's vigorous storytelling and portrayal of violence in the wild make this novel one of his best. There is a deep emotional feeling for nature in the raw, for the great salmon runs, and for the clashes of men fighting for gold.

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  • kirk
  • 04-06-22

Simple story

I’d imagine this book would only interest people who know the Rogue River. The characters are interesting, but the story is simple. This is more of a ode to the rogue, and it’s beauty then a masterful narrative. Zane Grey clearly loved the river, as do I, and therefore I enjoyed the book and the fantasy of making the Rogue River a home.

-written by a Grants Pass resident and professional rafting guide on the rogue I can vouch all places mentioned in the book are real, and open to visit

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  • oakdrums
  • 09-11-19

Campbell channels Zane Grey

Zane Grey must have lived several lifetimes. His ability to tap into rugged personalities and tender moments as well as realistic scenarios keeps me thoroughly engrossed. This was my 5th Zane Grey Audible and lived up to all of its promise. Danny Campbell brings every character to life. I now want to hear everything he has narrated. Thanks Audible for another full immersion into a time and place. A darn good time!

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  • Prudence Cannata
  • 29-01-22

Another fantastic Zane Gray novel!

Just fabulous! Couldn't stop listening.. Vividly detailed masterfully written... Great narrator.... I will listen to this again...

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  • Todd
  • 25-09-21

Rogue River Memories

A fun ride down the Rogue with an easy Zane Grey style and tempo. His writing makes the story line easy to follow, allowing for a pleasant escape to the wilderness.

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  • Marc Nussbaum, Science Author
  • 02-08-21

Don't waste your money.

Narrator is awful. Could not get through 10 minutes of this! Could not get my money back!

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  • Pete B
  • 07-06-21

Beautiful story

a lively river, lustful repair of a good name, and luxurious love..and fishing! Wonderful tale!