Johnny Fierro is finally settling into the Sinclair family ranch. But as his life reaches a more even keel, the arrival of a rabble-rousing new minister in Cimarron threatens his new-found security. As the reverend sets about overseeing the closure of the bordello, Johnny realizes that his brother, Guy, is haunted by events in his own past.
Determined to save the bordello, Johnny has to bring all his most Machiavellian skills to bear He also delves into Guy’s history in the Union Army to uncover the secrets his brother is keeping. What Johnny discovers rocks his faith in his brother, even as events intertwine to lead to an explosive finish.
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So another Western Writers of America convention has come and gone. It was, as always, a huge success thanks to all of the hard work by the board members and director Candy Moulton. They put on a great programme of events covering a wide array of topics, ensuring that there was something to satisfy everyone’s interests. Panels included book distribution, writing about Comanches, Buffalo soldiers, the craft of writing, and frontier ranch women.
There is always fun to be had at these conventions. Every year someone comes up with a new idea and sometimes they become traditions. And last week we witnessed one of those moments.
I love the Western Writers of America’s conventions. They are a wonderful melting pot of colorful individuals from a vast array of backgrounds, all with fascinating stories to tell. People started arriving yesterday. Dusty Richards is here with his signature white Stetson – and heavens, he’s written close on 150 books. Terry Del Bene arrived armed with his wonderfully ironic sense of humor – and surely his book the Donner Party Cookbook should be on everyone’s list of must-reads. After all, who can resist such a great title?
I have finally arrived in Lubbock in Texas for the Western Writers of America annual convention - it took a mere 24 hours to get here... The day started well. I set off from London Heathrow and treated myself to the luxury of breakfast at the Seafood Bar with...
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Firstly, let me wish everyone out there a very Happy New Year. I hope that it brings you all you hope for, and that you manage to keep all the resolutions you made in an inebriated state on New Year's Eve. I confess that I am glad that life can finally return to a...
“First-time author J.D. March’s Dance with the Devil is a dynamite beginning to a new series, “The Devil’s Own” from Five Star, that will have fans placing orders for volume two months ahead of publication. March’s hero, Johnny Fierro, is a conflicted gunfighter that fans of Elmore Leonard’s outlaw heros will recognize and cheer for – even when they know he’s wrong.”