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Facing West
     

Facing West

by Lincoln Rogers
 
Facing West is a collection of western short fiction and cowboy poetry that has been previously published (except for the short story, Whistles) by praised author Lincoln Rogers in magazines, on websites and as "dollar download" short fiction ebooks. The collection includes five pieces of western fiction plus one novella length story set in the post-Civil War period

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Facing West is a collection of western short fiction and cowboy poetry that has been previously published (except for the short story, Whistles) by praised author Lincoln Rogers in magazines, on websites and as "dollar download" short fiction ebooks. The collection includes five pieces of western fiction plus one novella length story set in the post-Civil War period of the American West. Facing West also includes seven pieces of cowboy poetry that have drawn praise for Lincoln Rogers in the past.

In Facing West's fiction that both adults and teens will enjoy, ride with US Marshal Jake Carpenter as he tries to bring justice to his murdered wife and son in the western novella "Hammer of God." Try to solve the mystery of who shot Deputy Cutter in "The Inexperienced Outlaw." Ride along with Whistles and his mentor, Earl Madison, as they try to avoid danger and forge a new working partnership on the plains of Colorado in "Whistles." Help Mary McConnell determine the identity of the mystery man lying near death in her small prairie home in "Mary's Mistake." Read with emotion as Eli Burke and his horse Kicker struggle to survive an ill-fated flight from loss and devastation in "Coiling Point." And come along for a mysterious ride full of choices and consequences, old west style, in BulletBack Snake."

Prepare to relax and take a trip back to the old west with Lincoln in Facing West and experience what others have known for the last decade - �For the reader who wonders about the sad disappearance of the likes of Zane Grey and Louis L�Amour, they have hope. Lincoln Rogers is truly the resurrection of the quality western author.� ~ Walter McElligott � Editor, Chicago Writers Association (CWA)

Editorial Reviews

Chicago Writers Association (CWA) Clarion Newsletter - Walter McElligott
Review for Lincoln Rogers' western novella Hammer of God - �For the reader who wonders about the sad disappearance of the likes of Zane Grey and Louis L�Amour, they have hope. Lincoln Rogers is truly the resurrection of the quality western author. Ride along with U.S. Marshal Jake Carpenter whom God puts to work as the 'Hammer' in this terrific post-Civil War tale.�

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016547770
Publisher:
Lincoln Rogers, LLC
Publication date:
04/11/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
218 KB

Meet the Author

Lincoln Rogers is an author, freelance feature writer for magazines, freelance photographer and cowboy poet. He lives southeast of Denver, CO, where he and his lovely wife spend their free time caring for their horses, raising grass hay and using the rest of the moments in-between thanking God for the ability to spend as many hours together as they can. Between his writing and photography, Lincoln feels blessed to have had thousands of items published in dozens of magazines and internet websites.
Those magazines and websites include, but are not limited to: Western Horseman, Persimmon Hill, GRIT, The Fence Post, The Wrangler, Ketchpen, CowboyPoetry.com, Maverick Press, Prairie Times, PhelpsSports.com, Sidelines, California Showbiz, Roundup Magazine, The Christian Sportsman, Over the Back Fence, Western Mule, Rodeo News, Chronicle of the Horse, Canadian Cowboy Country Magazine, Horse Racing Journal, etc.

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