Deadwood Dick is the forward shooting, tough riding protagonist of the divulging book series Deadwood Dick takes on train thieves and other criminals in this marvelous story of the old west. Deadwood Dick went through arduous and risky escapades before and will he be able to meet his match this time? What is the reason behind a horseshoe brand burned into this chest? Will he be able to save his heroine? This adventure includes The Great Hold-Up, Dick's Fruitless Risk, Captain Joaquin's Capture, Rejecting a Proposal, Turning the Tables, Caching the Treasure, The Secret Shot, Captain Joaquin's Retreat, A Chance for his Life, Dick in a Death-Trap, Dick's Only Defense, Caught in the Toils, Deadwood Dick Branded, Susana to the Rescue, Banker Brown of Powder Pocket, The First Blow Struck, The Second Blow Falls, The Third Stroke. Deadwood Dick is an imaginary character who is read in a series of action and adventurous stories created by Edward Lytton Wheeler. The name was very much popular in its time that it was taken advantage by some men who were residents of Deadwood, South Dakota. Edward Lytton Wheeler was a 19th century dime author best known for his Deadwood Dick series. The adapted anthology television series Death Valley Days exhibited a 1966 episode with the title The Resurrection of Deadwood Dick, hosted by Robert Taylor with the rejoiced character actor Denver Pyle in the lead role. In the story, Deadwood Dick is formed by the town leaders because lots of tourists come to Deadwood and want to greet the historical hero. After which, Buffalo Bill asks Deadwood Dick to become a part of the Wild West Show. Deadwood Dick, fortified by a blast of bravery, saves the town banker in a robbery scene and swears to go back to Deadwood, where he spends the rest of his life.