Sunday, October 6, 2013

Now Available From The Western Fictioneers Library Ed Gorman & Frank Roderus Books

HOME TO TEXAS by Frank Roderus

Charlie McMurty was only twenty-three years old and already the world was waiting to spread itself out at his feet He brought a herd north, got a great price, bought a beauty of a saddle, and had enough left over once he repaid his neighbors to buy a ranch so he could ask for the hand of his sweetheart. Unfortunately, on the way back to Texas he was robbed and left for dead.  To make matters worse one of his attackers was his friend he'd hired to help him with the herd.  All he had left was a big debt back home and a big hole in his chest.  His new quest became the need to be able to return his neighbor's money.  First he had to heal and learn some fancy shooting.

Frank Roderus has had around 300 books published, many of them westerns. He's written under his own name but also under a variety of pseudonyms. So for the well-read fan of westerns chances are you’ve probably read and enjoyed some of his novels without realizing it.

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THE LONG RIDE BACK AND OTHER WESTERN STORIES by Ed Gorman is the biggest collection of Ed Gorman's critically acclaimed, award-winning Western fiction ever published. This massive  brings together the complete contents of the three e-book Gorman collections published by the Western Fictioneers Library: DEAD MAN'S GUN, A DISGRACE TO THE BADGE, and ENEMIES. Nineteen short stories and novellas and two essays add up to more than 100,000 words from one of the finest writers of our time. This indispensable collection is available only from the Western Fictioneers Library.

Trade paperback available at CreateSpace, soon to be available at Amazon.

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  1. Two new books to add to my list. I don't know when I'll ever get a chance to sit down and read all these wonderful books that the Western Fictioneers Library is putting out, but I'm going to give it my best shot. These both look great! I'm off to spread the word!
    Congratulations to Frank and Ed!

  2. Wow, some great looking westerns here. I love the covers, too.
    All the best to you.