Wayne D. Dundee
Wayne Dundee lives in the once-notorious old cowtown of Ogallala, on the hinge of Nebraska's panhandle. He relocated there after spending the first fifty years of his life in the state line area of northern Illinois/southern Wisconsin.
A widower, retired from a managerial position in the magnetics industry, Dundee now devotes full time to his writing.
To date, Dundee has had seven novels, three novellas, and over two dozen short stories published. Most of his work, to date, has featured his PI protagonist, Joe Hannibal. He also writes in the fantasy, straight crime, and Western genres. His 2010 Western short story, "This Old Star", won a Peacemaker Award from the Western Fictioneers writers' organization and his first Western novel, Dismal River, came out in June 2011 from Oak Tree Press.
Titles in the Hannibal series have been translated into several languages and nominated for an Edgar, an Anthony, and six Shamus Awards. Dundee is also the founder and original editor of Hardboiled Magazine.
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This Old Star
~A Dime Novel short~ Not all men are defined by the work they do. But, for others, their job can become the best – or maybe worst – part of them.
Though no longer sheriff, Jeb Stander feels duty bound to help the local posse hunt an escaped bank robber. Current sheriff Ben Tembow doesn't seem quite as receptive to the idea as the others. Could there be more to the situation than meets the eye?
Hard Trail to Socorro
Bounty hunter Bodie Kendrick apprehended his prey without much trouble. Claiming the reward--not so easy. Veronica Fairburn insists on going along when he sets out to take the prisoner to Socorro. Tough ranch hands plan to take his prisoner. Complicating matters, feelings develop between Kendrick and Veronica. But the greatest challenge may be in attempting passage over the Jornada del Muerto.
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A short Western adventure...
O’Doul has been a lot of places and done a lot of things in his life. Now, working on a ranch outside Pitchfork Creek, he finds bad things happening all around. The ranch owner and his wife are splitting up and O’Doul is forced to ride herd on a hot-headed cowboy. When events come to a head, O’Doul makes a deadly decision and goes into action.
The Grave of Marcus Pauly
Annabelle Heath travels west on a mission to fulfill her mother's dying wish. She needs the help of a man once in prison for bank robbery. Ford Ramsey needs his job at the stable and has no time to take off on a foolish errand. But something about this woman makes him rethink his first inclination. They ride in search of an old grave, but find more than they expected.
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