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About Douglas Hirt
Doug drew heavily from this ""desert life"" when writing his first novel, DEVIL'S WIND. In 1991 Doug's novel, A PASSAGE OF SEASONS, won the Colorado Authors' League Top Hand Award. His 1998 book, BRANDISH, and 1999 DEADWOOD, were finalists for the SPUR award given by the Western Writers of America.
A short story writer, and the author of twenty-nine novels and one book of non fiction, Doug now makes his home in Colorado Springs with his wife Kathy and their two children, Rebecca and Derick. When not writing or traveling to research his novels, Doug enjoys collecting and restoring old English sports cars.
A short story writer, and the author of over three dozen novels and one non-fiction book, Doug now makes his home in Colorado Springs with his wife Kathy. When not writing or traveling to research his novels, Doug enjoys collecting and restoring old English sports cars. In 1991 Doug's novel, A PASSAGE OF SEASONS, won the Colorado Authors' League Top Hand Award. His 1998 book, BRANDISH, and 1999DEADWOOD, were finalists for the SPUR award given by the Western Writers of America.
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A former Apache scout shunned by his tribe, an ex-Union Army major, a former Confederate captain, and two army deserters, all forced to band together to stay alive.
Can they bury their anger and work together long enough to do what they have to do? It is no easy task, because even if they manage not to kill each other, there are plenty of others eager to do it for them.
“Fans of westerns should give this one a read — Hirt is a talented and exciting western author that shouldn’t be missed.”
The Outcast Series includes: Outcast Brigade, Black Justice, War Hatchet, and Pistols and Powder.
In the Golden age of the Mississippi, men and women from all walks of life climbed aboard the mighty riverboats and formed a nations destiny. They forged their dreams on the great Mississippi and claimed their destiny in the heart of America.
These men and women experienced it all – being the target of assassins who hope to benefit from a war between the states to being on board the riverboat with a scheming pirate.
The river was a path that led to freedom, opportunity, and danger.
The Riverboat Series includes – Riverboat, Riverboat Assassination and Riverboat Mississippi Pirates.
Rugged ranchers. Vengeful lawmen. Discover 10 full-length tales of old-fashioned frontier justice.
Can brothers torn apart by war make peace to find a lost treasure? Will an orphan turned sheriff fulfill his lifelong quest for vengeance? What will it take for deserters, decorated vets, and an Apache scout to pull off a death-defying rescue mission? When you live your life by the gun, it's only a matter of time before the past catches up…
From grizzly dens in the Rockies to no-man’s-lands teeming with outlaws, 10 of the top names in Western fiction explore how the West was won. After these true trailblazers track down fugitives, battle natural disasters, and ride into danger, who among them will be left standing?
The Western Fiction 10 Pack is an unforgettable collection of full-length, first-in-series page-turners. If you like gritty gunslingers, classic tales of frontier justice, and a rich variety of true-to-life backdrops, then you’ll love this action-packed anthology.
Buy The Western Fiction 10 Pack to hit the dusty trail on an adventurous box set today!
Captain Ethan Brandish has finally given up his command of Fort Lowell, deep in the Apache territory of Arizona. He knows there has to be more to life than constantly battling rattlesnakes and renegades, and now he's going to find out what life has to offer. But the vicious Apache leader Yellow Shirt has another fate in store for Brandish…
Follow along in these intoxicating stories of love, outlaws, passion, crime and above all else, justice…
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Paul Granger is a biology professor at a small New Mexican university on sabbatical, presently spending some time at his brother’s cabin in Colorado, west of Colorado Springs. His passion used to be hunting, but nowadays he doesn’t much care to kill anything larger than the trout that inhabit mountain streams.
On one such outing he’s challenged by Marcie Rose, an attractive female government agent who is being pursued by a bunch of baddies. She’s leery of Granger, but eventually takes him into her confidence revealing that someone is sabotaging detonators used in nuclear warheads.
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Publisher's Note: This book has previously been released elsewhere. It has been revised and re-edited for re-release with Wolfpack Publishing.
Her son will protect humanity. But only if she survives to deliver him…
Mishah awaits the birth of her son with joy and nervousness. Before he even enters the world, she and her fellow descendants of Seth must endure an arduous pilgrimage to visit the Mother. But in between home and their destination lies Nod City, an advanced society that refers to her family's Creator as the Tyrant of Old…
When her husband's zeal runs counter to the city's beliefs, Mishah has no choice but to make the journey without him. With the help of a colossal guide who can commune with spiders, she travels through the dangerous Wild Lands. As Mishah's perilous quest continues, she has no clue that the fate of her child has stirred the interest of Lucifer himself…
Caught between the forces of good and evil, can Mishah complete her adventure, deliver the child, and preserve man's future?
Flight to Eden is the first book in the wildly imaginative Cradleland Chronicles Christian fiction trilogy. If you like large casts of captivating characters, rich portrayals of ancient times, and classic tales of good versus evil, then you’ll love Douglas Hirt’s fantastical retelling of the Book of Genesis.