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May / June 2016

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Westerns Ain't Dead, Dagnabbit

      We at Sundown keep hearing "the western is dead." Really? Tell Hollywood. Big-budget western movies seem to be popping out from behind every tumbleweed lately: The Revenant, The Magnificent Seven, The Hateful Eight, Bone Tomahawk, Outlaws and Angels, The Duel, Brimstone, Forsaken... The list stretches from here to the south forty. Television, too, has been involved in a torrid affair with westerns for several years: The American West, Longmire, Hell on Wheels, Texas Rising...and more are in development.
     Those of us who love reading and writing western fiction know westerns have never gone away---nor are they likely to ride off into the sunset anytime soon. At Sundown Press, we're doing our part to keep the western genre very much alive.
     This month we've corralled a slew of dang fine new releases, an author spotlight, and the best of the blog. Oh---and a gift. Did we mention the giveaway?
     Read on, pard!

Author Spotlight: Keith Souter

Keith Souter, a part-time doctor, medical journalist, and novelist, uses the pseudonym Clay More when he writes westerns.
 
Keith's The Doctor's Bag is indispensable for authors of any genre. Sundown has a limited number of autographed copies available. Since Keith lives in the UK, those are difficult to come by. Email Cheryl Pierson for details.
This month's gift is an e-copy collection of six powder-burning westerns: five novels and one novella.
And the winner is...
James Carroll Martin!
Email us
and we'll send your loot right away.

From the blog...

The Model 1859 Sharps rifle and telescopic sight
The First Iowa Volunteer Mounted Infantry
The Knight Behind the Round Table
In search of an outlet

Recent Releases

Sundown Press acepts submissions from old hands and greenhorns alike. Send us your manuscript!

New this month!

Only friendship stands between a pair of aging lawmen and a bullet.
Betrayed by a man he trusted, J.T. Silence is out for vengeance.
The day the Yankees took everything wasn't the worst day of Vincent Bayonne's life.
Ghosts of the past lie in wait at Timber Ridge, and the haunting eyes of a mysterious girl may be Harlan Shea's undoing.
On the run, accused of robbery and a murder he didn't commit, for Sam Gibson there may be no redemption.
A half-breed and a barkeep must outgun the private armies of two powerful tycoons.
Sam Hall put away his fast gun...only to have to strap on the iron one more time.
Ten tales by Zane Grey, Max Brand, Richard Prosch, Charlie Steel, Big Jim Williams, Gordon L. Rottman, and more.
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