6 More Great Westerns from NetGalley


Thought I’d reblog this post from my blogging friend Jacqui Murray as I’ve heard from time to time: “they don’t write Westerns anymore.”

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If you like thrillers but can’t quite get behind the world-ending apocalyptic plot points–would like something more down-to-earth–you may like westerns. I do and thankfully, Netgalley is happy to feed my addiction with free books. Here are some of the last ones I read:

  1. Death Rattle— the birth of a Texas Ranger in a time when these lawmen were every criminal’s nightmare
  2. Captive Justice— a Western boy survives growing up and learns to be a good adult
  3. Gunpowder Express — an infamous but broke gunslinger agrees to take on a hopeless job that will probably get him killed
  4. Defenders of the Texas Frontier— watch the birth of the West and the Texas Rangers through the eyes on one who was there
  5. Shot to Hell–a shootist with the unlikely name of Perley Gates must for the second time save a town that’s being run by gunslingers
  6. Cottonmouth

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5 comments

  1. A very interesting selection. No doubt there is much history in the profiles. 💕☕️

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  2. Perley Gates? Haha, I’m on board with that name, partner!

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  3. Thanks for sharing this. I started with murder-mysteries and ended up with Westerns. So there is some similarity between these two genres.

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