Tuesday, July 09, 2013

The Night Remembers; A Disgrace To The Badge

Here's what reviewers had to say about Ed Gorman's 1991 mystery. "Subtle, ironic, never flashy (THE NIGHT REMEMBERS introduces Jack Walsh)...the kind of sleuth forever dogged by somber truths and bitter ironies. He grows on you, and so does Gorman." --Booklist "Gorman's sixtyish sleuth Jack Walsh, tough as the job demands but as compassionate as the circumstance permits, is a gem and Gorman surrounds him with an ingenious story and a solid supporting cast." --Robert Wade, San Diego Union "Character and a sense of place (Cedar Rapids) are the strengths of this taut who-really-dunnit." --Publisher's Weekly "THE NIGHT REMEMBERS is some of the best work Gorman has ever done. Walsh deserves a long life and an extensive literary life." --Library Bulletin



"A western for grown ups written in a lean, hardboiled style."
-Publishers Weekly on DEATH GROUND

"Simply one of the best western writers of our time."
-Rocky Mountain News

Now on kindle $2.99

The Western Fictioneers Library is proud to present this powerful new collection of stories from one of the most acclaimed Western authors of all time. Ed Gorman's deeply moving stories of courage and tragedy in the Old West feature compelling writing, vivid characterization, and rawhide-tough authenticity. A DISGRACE TO THE BADGE AND OTHER WESTERN STORIES features the following tales: "A Disgrace to the Badge", "Killer in the Dark", "A Good Start", "A Small and Private War", "Death and Trooper Monroe", "Deathman", and the nostalgic article "On Roy Rogers". Read these stories and you'll see why Ed Gorman is hailed by readers worldwide as one of the very best!

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