Daniel Woodrell is one example. A great writer.
Some of Jon A. Jackson's books have rural settings, mostly in
Montana. Again a great writer. I'm just reading his Go By Go,
which tells about the mine strikses in Butte, Montana, during
the First Word War. This could be his best book. Hard-boiled,
tough, sometimes humorous, sometimes lyrical. Besides, there
is one Pinkerton operative named Hammett as a guest star. Has
anybody else read this one?
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