> Do Raravians favor westerns?
I have enjoyed the Westerns of Loren Estleman, BILLY GASHADE and THE
MASTER EXECUTIONER in particular.
Though I was already a regular reader of Estleman's Amos Walker
series, I had not read his Westerns until James Sallis praised them in
one of his Boston Globe columns.
Here is Sallis on BILLY GASHADE: "the story of an itinerant musician
that manages to compress most of the history of the Western U.S. into
a vivid tapestry."
And on THE MASTER EXECUTIONER: "novel with the force and terrible
gravity of Camus' The Stranger."
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