Overview

Four award winning stories from The Traditional West, the biggest original Western anthology ever published! Winner of the Western Fictioneers' Peacemaker Award “The Sin of Eli” by Troy D. Smith, Winner of the Western Writers of America Spur for Short Fiction Award and nominated for the Peacemaker “The Death of Delgado” by Rod Miller, and nominated for the Peacemaker, “The Way of the West” by Larry Jay Martin, and “Panhandle Freight” by L. J. Washburn.
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The Peacemakers

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Four award winning stories from The Traditional West, the biggest original Western anthology ever published! Winner of the Western Fictioneers' Peacemaker Award “The Sin of Eli” by Troy D. Smith, Winner of the Western Writers of America Spur for Short Fiction Award and nominated for the Peacemaker “The Death of Delgado” by Rod Miller, and nominated for the Peacemaker, “The Way of the West” by Larry Jay Martin, and “Panhandle Freight” by L. J. Washburn.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015004656
  • Publisher: Western Fictioneers
  • Publication date: 7/22/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 410,715
  • File size: 110 KB

Meet the Author

Troy D. Smith hails from Sparta, Tennessee. His first Western story appeared in Louis L'Amour Western Magazine in 1995; in 2001 his novel Bound for the Promise-Land won the Spur Award. He has written for several history magazines, and recently earned a history Ph.D from the University of Illinois, where he has taught the last few years. As a professional historian his primary fields are American Indians, slavery, and the South; as a historical novelist, his interests lie in the human beings at the heart of his stories. "I don't write about things that happen to people, I write about people that things happen to."

Rod Miller is author of two novels, The Assassination of Governor Boggs which was a finalist for a Peacemaker Award, and Gallows for a Gunman, two books of poetry, Things a Cowboy Sees and Other Poems and Newe Dreams, and two works of nonfiction, Things a Cowboy Sees and Other Poems includes the WWA Spur Award Winning poem “Tabula Rasa Miller also writes short stories, essays, and magazine articles. Visit www.writerRodMiller.com

Larry Jay Martin is the author of 27 fiction and non-fiction books, and has articles published in dozens of national publications. He lives in Montana with his wife, NYT bestselling romantic suspense author Kat Martin. Learn more about the Martins at www.ljmartin.com & www.katmartin.com.

L. J. Washburn received the Private Eye Writers of America award and the American Mystery award for the first Lucas Hallam mystery, Wild Night. She has been writing both mystery and western stories with the Lucas Hallam character for almost 30 years, and has been happily married to author James Reasoner for even longer. Her website can be found at www.liviawashburn.com, and she blogs when she can find the time at http://liviajwashburn.blogspot.com.
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