German born author Alfred Wallon has written over 200 German language Westerns, several of which have been translated into English and are available via Kindle.
Alfred will be the guest on the next Six-Gun Justice Podcast for the second part of our Worldwide West Tour stop in Germany...
Here's what respected wordslinger James Reasoner had to say in his review of Wallon's novel Bluecoat Patrol...
Alfred Wallon is one of the leading Western writers in Germany and has been for many years. Recently some of his novels have begun appearing in English translations, as well, including Bluecoat Patrol, the first in an epic series of historical Westerns called The Bozeman Trail War.
This novel is set against the background of the long-running clashes between the Plains Indians and the U.S. cavalry prompted by the various discoveries of gold in Dakota Territory and Montana. In Bluecoat Patrol, a group of cavalrymen led by Captain Frank North and guided by scout Buckskin Charly Weatherford joins a group of prospectors headed to Alder Gulch, Montana. North’s assignment is to protect those goldseekers, but not surprisingly, he encounters trouble not only from the warriors led by chiefs Red Cloud and Dull Knife but also from the very men he’s supposed to protect.