Wednesday, June 02, 2010

The Leo Guild Novels

It has been twenty-three years since a slim novel published by M. Evans and Company introduced a half-broken former lawman turned bounty hunter named Leo Guild. He appeared in four titles. The first, Guild, appeared in 1987 and the last, Dark Trail, was published in 1990. Guild was Ed Gorman’s first published western, and it is different than much of what the genre has to offer, but it can still be planted, somewhat askew and off-balance, into the definition of a traditional western. There is a hero, a damsel, and villain. 

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5 comments:

Jay Peck said...

I am always looking for new western writers to read and review on my blog oldwesternboy.com and I thank you for the name of a new one to me.

james said...

Hi..
Good effort..

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Matt Paust said...

I was introduced to Ed's work by my wife, who gave me one of his Sam McCain novels for Father's Day some years back. I've since read all of those and a couple others. Am now amid Stranglehold, which is gripping and as enjoyable as the McCain series.

I knew he wrote westerns, too, but haven't tried one yet. Thanks for pointing the way.

jfeltonx7 said...

I like to read novels. In this summer vacation I am looking for some interesting novels. Thanks for the nice post.

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I haven't read the book yet..But I think I'm going to like once I read it..The story is intriguing..:)