John R. McCormick


John R. McCormick was born in South Boston, MA and is proud of his writers lineage of being a distant relative to Liam O'Flaherty, who happens to also have been related to the famous filmmaker, John Ford. After the birth of his son, Lorcan, in 1998, he and his wife moved back to the East coast where he began to define himself and his work. Now residing in Martin, TN he continues to write works of various genres, including Crime Fiction, Urban Fantasy, Detective, Historical Westerns, and his latest venture into Picaresque Fiction with "Life Lived In A Dixie Cup." You can hear an interview of Mr. McCormick on the website MALDENE at

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Murder In Cheyenne
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 103,150. Language: English. Published: July 6, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Historical » Western & American frontier, Fiction » Western
The Transcontinental Railroad is being slowed by three things: Indians, Weather, and a Killer. Pinkerton, Gideon Atwater, is hired to find the killer. In the town of Cheyenne Atwater and his trusted friend Killian Wilde search, in the dead of winter, for a murderer. All a while trying to avoid the enforced law by the vigilante group of Cheyenne.

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