Crossroads (A Piccadilly Publishing Western Book 8)

When a wealthy rancher mistakes K. John Landis and a cantankerous ex-saloon girl for an honorable couple and offers them the opportunity to make some much-needed money, the pair jump at the chance. Now, in charge of the rancher’s flighty daughter and playing the role of doting husband, Landis is dragged down into the violent underworld of Crossroads. More

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About Logan Winters

Logan Winters is a pseudonym of Paul Lederer, a prolific wordsmith whose stand-along westerns can also be found under the names Owen G. Irons and C. J. Sommers. Paul is a native of San Diego, California, and attended San Diego State University before serving for four years in an Air Force Intelligence arm. He has traveled widely through the US and Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
An enormously gifted writer, his work as also appeared under such names as Paul Ledd (the SHELTER series) and Warren T Longtree (the RUFF JUSTICE series). Under his own name he wrote the bestselling INDIAN HERITAGE series.

About the Series: A Piccadilly Publishing Western
Our series of Piccadilly Publishing Westerns has its beginnings in good old-fashioned nostalgia. Remember those glorious days of the 1950s and 60s, and the Gold Medal paperback? With their distinctive covers, logo and of course strong, well-written stories you could always rely on, satisfaction was always guaranteed.

Today, of course, Gold Medal paperbacks — and not just the westerns — are collector's items, and anyone who has a complete set possesses not only a tidy investment, but also a wonderful selection of great fiction.

We at Piccadilly Publishing wanted to start a similar line of stand-alone westerns, complete with distinctive covers, that would appear regularly and guarantee readers all the fun, quality and excitement of the original Gold Medal paperbacks.

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