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Saturday, 11 December 2010

Trails West

This forthcoming anthology certainly sounds like the sort of thing any western fan and reader will want on their shelves -
TRAILS WEST…an Anthology of Western Lore brings together six of today’s great western writers into one book with six short stories that embrace six different situations in the old west.
NO TOMORROW by Herb Marlow is the story of the plight and rewards one cattle boss finds as he lives his dream on the western frontier.  Marlow is the author of over 30 books and essays, including his recently published Cowboy Riches.

THE FAMILY MAN by new author Hamilton Haley is a tale of a good man who is one of the first immigrants to the Oregon Country.  It relates the way he assists three different families to a better life in Oregon’s Willamette Valley.
THE STRANGER IN RAIL CAMP SEVEN by Jim Kennison tells about one weekend that might have happened in the life of a true historical figure.  Kennison is new to Bottom of the Hill Publishing but not to readers as he has several books to his credit.
TROUBLE IN COLD ROCK COUNTRY by Johnny Gunn relates the realities of frontier justice with a happy ending for one cattle drover.  Johnny Gunn is the author of the recently published book of short stories entitled Out of the West…Tales of the American Frontier.

THE DOUBLE DEAL by Dave P. Fisher tells how a U.S. Marshal goes about solving a murder case where every clue seems to be a dead end.  Dave P. Fisher is the author of the Poudre Canyon Saga,a trilogy being published by Bottom of the Hill Publishing including Where Free Men Gather & White Grizzly.
THE LADY AND THE LION by cowboy poet and author Hal Swift is another chapter in the life of Logan West.  Logan is a banjo playing journalist to whom readers were introduced in Hal’s book, Ballad of a Small Town, Adventures of Logan West. The fun continues in Drytown with many of the folks you met in that recently published book.
Trails West is in it’s final edit now and will be available right around Christmas.

2 comments:

Oscar said...

Sounds like a winner!

Ron Scheer said...

What's appealing about this collection is that it's not all about gunslingers and revenge.