Wheeler, Edward Lytton


    Edward L. Wheeler (ca. 1854 - 1885) was a sensational novelist born in Avoca, New York.  Wheeler started his literary career by writing stories and short sketches for the Saturday Journal in the 1870s. Then he published a popular novel, Hurricane Nell: the Girl Dead - Shot, or The Queen of the Saddle and Lasso, in 1877. His series of stories about the adventures of the heroic Deadwood Dick were published in Half - Dime Library between 1885 and 1897. ;

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    American dime-novelist known for writing about the exploits of “Deadwood Dick”. Wheeler started his literary career in the 1870s by contributing stories to newspapers. He also ran a theatrical company for a short while during 1880.;

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