Monday, January 18, 2021
It's the first anniversary of the Six-Gun Justice Podcast. Join Paul and Rich as they ride out to celebrate the accomplishments their first year of podcast wrangling and scout out what's ahead on the trail for their next podcasting cattle drive...
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Friday, January 15, 2021
Bestselling Western wordslinger and Six-Gun Justice Podcast deputy Wayne D. Dundee will soon be featured in an upcoming Six-Gun Justice Conversation segment, but before then be sure to check out his latest Lone McGantry adventure, The Forever Mountain, or any of his other top Westerns from Wolfpack Publishing...
THE FOREVER MOUNTAIN
THE NEW LONE MCGANTRY ADVENTURE
On a journey if revenge, Lone McGantry must face the dangers of unexpected betrayals along the way... The dying request of an old friend sends former Indian scout Lone McGantry on a perilous journey from the barren Nebraska Sandhills to the ragged, snowy peaks of the Colorado Rockies. Danger dogs his trail right from the start, beginning with a pack of vengeful brothers out for his blood. Along the way, Lone crosses paths with a gang of ruthless robbers and also learns that a bounty placed on his head by a misguided cattle baron is responsible for hired guns swarming the territory in search of collecting the pay-out…
The only bright spot in any of this is the companionship of an abandoned Oriental beauty with her own desperate need to reach the mountains. Lone's grudging agreement to escort her only adds complications, but it also adds a bittersweet hint of romance he didn't know he was missing.
A WESTERN DUO
Lone McGantry is a former Indian scout for the Army, now in his late thirties, a drifting horse wrangler, cowboy and guide. He’s not fully ready to settle down but leaning gradually toward that lifestyle if he could find the right conditions...
In this duo of The Dismal River and Reckoning at Rainrock dark secrets are revealed and complex dangers have to be faced before true justice is served.
Characters so real that you can smell the sweat and gunpowder as the situation builds toward the inevitable showdown…
COLLECTED WESTERN ADVENTURES
Peacemaker Award winning author Wayne D. Dundee delivers another memorable collection of Wild West tales filled with turbulent emotions, poignancy, and tons of nail-biting action... From the Oregon Trail to the Civil War this collection of western adventures will take you on a non-stop journey.
Blood will be spilled, lives will be lost, fresh wounds will be inflicted, but the chance to heal old ones is what will keep everyone pushing forward. As usual, Dundee's writing is tough and well-paced. He's one of the best storytellers in the business.” – James Reasoner
Dangerous Trails: Collected Western Adventures includes: Trail Justice, Trail Revenge, By Blood Bound, The Fugitive Trail and seven novellas.
BOUNTY HUNTER COLLECTION
Award winning author Wayne D. Dundee spins another exciting yarn of grit, gunfire, and gallantry in the Bodie Kendrick Bounty Hunter Collection. Bounty hunter Bodie Kendrick makes a living bringing in wanted men, sometimes face down across a saddle. In this tenacious, hard-edged collection follow Bodie on his countless journeys through the Old West.
The Bodie Kendrick Bounty Hunter Collection includes: Hard Trail to Socorro, Rio Matanza, Diamond in The Rough, Gunfire Ridge and Wanted: Dead.
Writing as A.W. Hart, Wayne D. Dundee delivers a heart pounding, bullet burning, Bible thumping adventure as part of this action packed series...
After avenging the brutal slaughter of their family at the hands of Hell-spawned cutthroats, twins Reno and Sara Bass continue their quest to purge the West of the Devil's minions who prey on the vulnerable and unsuspecting.
When they reluctantly accompany the hapless Brenda Walon to Hatchet, Nebraska, it quickly becomes clear Brenda is in deadly danger. The seemingly quiet town of Hatchet has many dark secrets—including the legend of hidden gold and the greedy desires of those willing to kill for it!Sara and Reno realize not all of the Devil's horde ride roughshod and bloody in the open. Now it's up to the Avenging Angels to protect the innocent by flushing out Hatchet's human demons and sending them back to Hell...
Writing again under the pseudonym A.W. Hart, Wayne D. Dundee delivers another entry in the bestselling Avenging Angels Western series...
Pursuing their vow to scour the West of all demon spawn who ride for the Devil, Reno and Sara Bass, the Avenging Angels, have tracked one such villain to a corner of the Southwest unfamiliar to them. Before they're able to catch up with their quarry, however, they discover he has joined up with an outlaw gang even more ruthless than he is—the Diablo Raiders.
Inasmuch as Diablo, in Spanish, means Devil, such a group immediately broadens the focus of Reno and Sara. They soon discover that the gang is so bent on living up to their name that they use a devil-horns brand to mark both themselves and their victims. But no pack of evildoers so dedicated, no matter how vicious, can discourage the Avenging Angels.
Relying on faith, guts, and bullets to overcome all obstacles and challenges thrown in their path, the Angels pursue this Devil's horde until they rattle the very gates of Hell...
Wednesday, January 13, 2021
PHIL MILLS, JR.
Today, Rich chats with acclaimed writer and Vice-President of the Western Writers of American, Phil Mills, Jr. A 2010 WWA Spur Award Finalist winner for Best Western Audio Book for his novel, Where a Good Wind Blows, his two illustrated children's books, Scooter, the Cow Dog and Mud Between My Toes have also received critical acclaim. His experiences includes being a small town newspaper editor, farm magazine editor, and positions with two major advertising/public relations agencies.
The second book in his Good Wind series, Where the Wildflowers Dance, was reviewed earlier on the Six Gun Justice Podcast and is available now from Five Star.
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Tuesday, January 12, 2021
HOTEL DE PAREE
After seventeen years in prison for accidentally killing a man, a reformed gunfighter known as Sundance returns to Georgetown, Colorado, where he finds his Hotel de Paree now being operated by Annette Deveraux (Jeanette Nolan)—a relative of the man Sundance killed. Deveraux operates the hotel as if she were still in France instead of the Wild West causing financial problems. By the end of the first episode, Sundance and Annette become partners in the hotel. By the 5th episode they have been joined by Annette’s niece, Monique Deveraux (Judi Meredith), who arrives from France. A kinky sexual flirtation verging on a ménage à trois quickly develops between Sundance and both the Deveraux women.
Running for thirty-three, 30 minute, black-and-white episodes, the series starred Earl Holliman, and premiered on CBS during the 1959 television season. At the time Westerns were beginning to show signs of waning viewer interest. New shows were thought to need a gimmick and Hotel De Paree had one of the strangest. Instead of a gimmick gun like Josh Randall’s mare’s leg (Wanted: Dead Or Alive), or The Rifleman’s Winchester, or a useless arm ala Tate, Sundance’s gimmick was a hatband of polished silver disks worn around his black Stetson, which he uses to blinded his adversaries in a gunfight—seriously.
Sundance, however, didn’t really need the flashing disks as he was a faster gun, a better shot, and far tougher in a fist fight than anyone he comes up against. There seemed to be no official law in Georgetown, so Sundance’s takes on the role of reluctant marshal when his fast gun is needed to keep things peaceful. For a little comic relief, Sundance befriends a local shopkeeper, Aaron Donoger, played by veteran Western actor Strother Martin. Sundance also interacts regularly with his dog, Useless.
The show was loosely based on the real Hotel de Paris founded in 1875 in Georgetown, Colorado, by French immigrant Louis Dupuy. Considered the best cook in the Colorado Territory, Dupuy ran the hotel for twenty-five years, establishing it as a center of fine French dining. In some ways Dupuy anticipated the modern foodie culture, providing an unparalleled dining experience in an entirely unexpected place In 1959, Gold Medal Books published Sundance, an original tie-in novel based on the series, written by Richard Jessup under his Richard Telfair pseudonym. A single issue Dell Comic book was issued featuring an original story written by Gaylord Du Bois.