[EPUB] ✓ Death Wears a Star | by ↠ Andrew McBride #2020
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Andrew McBride fell in love with westerns after watching western movies, particularly those starring John Wayne and or directed by John Ford, TV shows like The High Chaparral and reading novels such as A.B Guthrie s The Big Sky, John Prebble s The Buffalo Soldiers, Thomas Berger s Little Big Man, and El Leonard s Hombre He has 6 westerns currently available CANYON OF THE DEAD, DEATH WEARS A STAR, DEATH SONG, THE ARIZONA KID and SHADOW MAN available as eoks and THE PEACEMAKER, available as a paperback and eok All these novels feature Calvin Taylor as the central character Andrew lives in Brighton, EnglandCLAIM FOR ANDREW McBRIDE THE PEACEMAKER This was a great book, with a good story, and a strong narrative drive I, too, am a Western novelist, and I have a special appreciation for any writer who can produce such a fine book, for I think a project like The Peacemaker strengthens the Western Genre and helps all scribes of tales of the Old West Review by ROBERT VAUGHAN winner of the Spur Award, the Western Fictioneers Lifetime Achievement Award and Pulitzer Prize nominee For pure writing style, McBride s gritty prose nails the time and place of his story with bold authorityis relatively new author has thoroughly, and rightly so, claimed his place among the top Old West storytellers RALPH COTTON Pulitzer prize nominated novelist Gritty, utterly authentic, and as gripping in emotion and atmosphere as it is in action, Andrew McBride s THE PEACEMAKER is a first rate, meticulously researched, deeply felt Western novel McBride s vivid, driving narrative grabs the reader on the first page and never lets go This is a compelling, visceral, stirring read that is nearly impossible to put down The author clearly loves his subject matter and his craft, but wears his knowledge lightly so that the pages keep turning A fine book This book would make a great film Awesome book DEATH SONG An enthralling read can be found in the unlikeliest of places Over the past year I have derived immense pleasure from Andrew McBride s superb sequence of death westerns, Canyon of the Dead, Death Wears a Star and now, the third installment Death Song Like its predecessors Death Song is the real McCoy, a tautly written, impeccably researched novel that deals expertly with the themes of revenge and racial genocide It s also a cracking adventure yarn that deserves the widest possible audience Pure FictionTHE ARIZONA KID The Arizona Kid s brusque and brutal prose will delight fans of the well told tale The desert setting leaves your mouth dust dry, the violence is vivid If McBride s stories can t bring the western back to life then someone better call an undertaker SHADOW MAN A story as compelling as a John Ford movie and a character as hard bitten and incorruptible as John Wayne Tough, taut and elegant, Shadow Man is the second in the sequence of five Calvin Taylor westerns, each characterised by assured storytelling The Calvin Taylor books are quietly remarkable for their subtle reinvention of the western, eschewing clich s The writing is powerfully evocative of time and place A little masterpiece waiting for you to turn the page.
Death Wears a Star By Andrew McBride
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Title: [EPUB] ✓ Death Wears a Star | by ↠ Andrew McBride