About the Book :
The Go-Getter is Kynes most famous work, first published by William Randolph Hearst in 1921. The story centers around disabled World War I veteran Bill Peck, a worker who must overcome many obstacles in order to build a successful life for himself. At every turn he is thwarted by lifes circumstances and must rely on his own tenacity and wits to see him through. American novelist PETER B. KYNE was born in San Francisco, California. From early on it was clear that he had a gift for writing, and his time in the army during the Spanish-American War and World War I gave him plenty to write about. Kynes novels include The Three Godfathers (1913) and CappyRicks(1916).