GARDNER, Jerome. Also writes as Jeremy Gardner, John Gilchrist, Paul Sully. British, b. 1932. Genres: Novels, Westerns/Adventure. Publications: WESTERNS: Trail Out of Leavenworth, 1970; Pistolero, 1971; Frenchman's Brand, 1972; Heist at Apache Pass, 1972; The Mossyhorns, 1972; Lucky Cowpoke, 1973; Wagon to Hangtown, 1973; Huntsville Break, 1973; Travelling Judge, 1974; The All-Show Sheriff, 1974; Wilderness Saloon, 1974; Gunman's Holiday, 1975; Dilemma at Dripspring, 1976; The Underhand Mail, 1976; Two-Bit Town, 1977; The Oldtimers, 1979; Confession at Dripspring, 1982; The Jayhawk Legacy, 1983; The Bounty Scalper, 1983; Medicine Show Doc, 1983; Judgment in the Territory, 1983; The Hangman and the Ladies' League, 1984; The Blood-Tie, 1984; The Hangman's Apprentice, 1985; The Pitchman Healer, 1985; The Rawhide Redeemer, 1986; The Tumbleweed Twosome, 1986; Get Maledon!, 1986; The Parker Ransom, 1987; The Hanging Week, 1987; Double on Death Row, 1988; The Owlhoot Convention, 1988; Wide Open Town, 1990; Date with a Noose, 1990; Maledon Calls the Shots, 1990; A Tale of Three Bullets, 1990; The Quick Hanging, 1991; The Wishbook Wife; The High-Toned Hellion, 1992; Hot Gun, 1992; The Saloonwoman, 1995; Fort Smith Posse, 1995. NOVELS AS JEREMY GARDNER: Summer Palace, 1960. NOVELS AS JOHN GILCHRIST: Birdbrain, 1975; Out North, 1975; Lifeline, 1975; The English Corridor, 1976; The Engendering, 1978. NOVELS AS PAUL TULLY: The Horsing Blackmsmith, 1985; The Bond Jumper, 1987; The Jehovahs' Jailbreak, 1987; The Strychnine Stand-Off, 1988; Night-Hawk, 1991. Address: c/o Robert Hale Ltd., Clerkenwell House, 45-47 Clerkenwell Green, London EC1R OHT, England.
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