Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Westerns Are Not Dead--Part 2

Last time we highlighted some western novels including award-winners, historical novels, and a few other different types.

We want to again point out that the western is nowhere near dead and authors continue to create new and diverse stories for every type of reader.

So, try one of the following and saddle up with a great book!

James Carlos Blake--Country of Bad Wolves (Mystery/Crime)

Thomas Cobb--With Blood in Their Eyes (Mystery/Crime)

Sandra Dallas--Fallen Women (Romance)

Rob DeBorde--Portlandtown: a Tale of the Oregon Wyldes (Zombies)

Loren D. Estleman--The Adventures of Johnny Vermillion (Mystery/Crime)

Jo Goodman--The Last Renegade (Romance)

Anne Hillerman--Spider Woman's Daughter (Award-Winning Mystery)

Diana Palmer--Protector (Romance)

Cherie Priest--Dreadnought (Steampunk)

Mike Resnick--The Buntline Special (Weird West)

Michael P. Spradlin--Blood Riders (Western horror)

Let us know what you think!  What's your favorite western story?

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