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    [INDEXED]On Dangerous Ground

    Editor: Ed Gorman, Dave Zeltserman and Martin H. Greenberg
    Artist: Stacy Drum
    Pub. Date: May 2011
    ISBN: 978-1-58767-192-0
    Status: Forthcoming: At the Printer Now!

    Featuring Ed Gorman, Norman Partridge, Bentley Little, Robert J. Randisi, Jon L. Breen, Dave Zeltserman, Jeremiah Healy, and many others!

    On Dangerous Ground: Stories of Western Noir
    edited by Ed Gorman, Dave Zeltserman, and Martin H. Greenberg

    About the Book:
    For generations raised on the Saturday afternoon thrills of Gene Autry and Roy Rogers, the appearance of the so-called "psychological westerns" of the Forties, Fifties and Sixties came as a surprise. And, to some who didn't care for them, a shock.

    With such films as Blood on the Moon, Winchester `73, and The Naked Spur, audiences saw characters very much like themselves emotionally. Critics argued the authenticity of some of the history in these films but there was no denying their power. Sam Peckinpah's The Wild Bunch confirmed, once and for all, that the western had changed forever, psychologically and sometimes politically relevant to our own times.

    On Dangerous Ground features stories of every kind, all with a western setting, all with darkness at their core. And all with the kind of edge that demonstrates how timeless the form is when used well.

    Table of Contents:
    "Introduction" by James Sallis
    "Hell" by Bentley Little
    "All Good Men" by Terry Tanner
    "Burl Lockhart's in Town" by Steve Hockensmith
    "Canticle" by Desmond Barry
    "Colt" by Ken Bruen
    "Piano Man" by Bill Crider
    "Desert Reckoning" by Trey R. Barker
    "Lucky" by Harry Shannon
    "Going Where the Wind Blows" by Jan Christensen
    "The Old Ways" by Ed Gorman
    "In Some Countries" by Jerry Raine
    "The Cartoonist" by Jon L. Breen
    "Durston" by Norman Partridge
    "Emma Sue" by Dave Zeltserman
    "Hell Hath No Fury" by T. L. Wolf
    "Vanity" by Jeremiah Healy
    "Cowards Die Many Times" by Robert J. Randisi
    "Lead Poisoning" by Gary Lovisi
    "The Conversion of Carne Muerto" by James Reasoner
    "Last Song of Antietam" by Patrick J. Lambe
    "Through the Golden Gate Bridge" by Terence Butler

    Published in two states:
    Trade Edition hardcover bound in full-cloth and Smyth sewn with full color dust jacket ($30)
    Traycased Lettered Edition of 52 signed (by many of the authors and the editors) and lettered copies bound in leather with a satin ribbon page marker ($200)
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    I got an ARC and absolutely love this book!! Can't wait for it to have it's official release. I highly recommend picking this up.

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    Bought this one when I got notice of it. Loved "Four Rode Out", can't wait for this one!

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    Should be shipping early this week. Hopefully Monday, I've got the order's ready to go, so it's the next thing on my list of things to ship!!
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    Should have this one in my hands in the next couple days! Can't wait to dig in... With any luck should be here before the weekend!

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    Tracking information says it's at the post office this morning. Should just be a couple of hours before it's at my doorstep!

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    Checking my tracking information indicates: "Out for Delivery" YES! Should be waiting for me when I get home! And a 3-day weekend to do some serious reading, yee haw!

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