In addition to the BAR 10 series, we have three other westerns for you in July 2012. HERNE THE HUNTER tells the story of gunfighter Jed Herne, who hits the vengeance trail when his hopes of a peaceful life are shattered. Herne was the creation of Laurence James and John Harvey — Laurence penned all the odd numbers, John wrote all the even ones. The series kicks off with the highly dramatic WHITE DEATH, with the entire series to follow over the coming months.

We’re also proud to publish the first of ALL FOURTEEN Frank Angel westerns by Frederick Nolan, writing as Frederick H. Christian. Angel works for the Justice Department and generally gets handed all the most dangerous assignments that the other agents can’t handle.

Nine books were published in the UK and America, and a further five (written by Mike Linaker) were issued in Germany, where Angel appeared under the name Santana.

Now, for the first time, the entire series will be appearing in one uniform ebook edition, beginning with FIND ANGEL in July.

July also sees the publication of our new series of stand-alone westerns, PICCADILLY PUBLISHING PRESENTS. These books will be presented in a uniform, numbered format, but each one will feature fine western fiction from a whole variety of different authors. The series kicks off with INCIDENT AT BUTLER’S STATION by Richard Wyler, to be followed shortly thereafter by MONTANA GUNSMOKE by Carter West.


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2 Responses to NEW FOR JULY 2012!

  1. Larry Gebert says:

    Looking forward to all these !

  2. Ian says:

    So great to see westerns on ebook, keep up the fine work gentlemen,and thank you for the buzz and excitment you are creating at Piccadilly Pub

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