News 2017-11-02T17:06:32+00:00
Let me start right off by saying that I’m 60 years old, a fan of all things Western — movies almost as much as books — and have never seen Clint Eastwood’s “High Plains Drifter.” Oh, I’ve caught it more than once on a lazy Saturday afternoon while flicking through the channels and, over time, Read More
Forrest Carter’s book was originally titled “Gone to Texas,” but, for marketing purposes, was changed to “The Outlaw Josey Wales,” allowing book sales to be reinvigorated and to capitalize on the successful Clint Eastwood movie. It doesn’t really matter what the name of the book is, what does matter is that it is a terrific Read More
The Night McLennan Died” is Marshall Grover’s very fun book. It has what you’ve come to expect from a good Western yarn: a small town cowed by a greedy rancher who has plenty of hired guns, beautiful women, a valiant, but outgunned and outmanned sheriff, and the stranger who rides into town to save everyone. Read More
Shorty Thompson U.S. Marshal” is Paul L. Thompson’s first book in the Shorty Thompson series, which now totals more than 40 books. And this is a problem. The reason it’s a problem is because I enjoyed the first book in the series and will feel compelled to keep reading – the natural drawbacks to loving Read More
Jonas Ward’s “The Name’s Buchanan,” starts out fast and picks up speed from there. It’s a short book and virtually every page is filled with action. If you like fights — gun or fist — this is the book for you. If you’re a fan of character development and slow-building plots, just move on to Read More

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