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Peter Bowen (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$14.99  $13.79
Publisher
Open Road Media Mystery & Thri
Publish Date
September 04, 2018
Pages
226
Dimensions
5.2 X 7.9 X 0.5 inches | 0.65 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781504050913

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About the Author

Peter Bowen (b. 1945) is best known for his mystery novels set in the modern American West. When he was ten, Bowen's family moved to Bozeman, Montana, where a paper route introduced him to the grizzled old cowboys who frequented a bar called The Oaks. Listening to their stories, some of which stretched back to the 1870s, Bowen found inspiration for his later fiction.

Following time at the University of Michigan and the University of Montana, he published his first novel, Yellowstone Kelly, in 1987. After two more novels featuring the real-life western hero, Bowen published Coyote Wind (1994), which introduced Gabriel Du Pré, a mixed-race lawman living in fictional Toussaint, Montana. He has written fifteen novels in the series, in which Du Pré gets tangled up in everything from cold-blooded murder to the hunt for rare fossils. Bowen continues to live and write in Livingston, Montana.

Reviews

Praise for the Montana Mysteries Featuring Gabriel Du Pré
"Peter Bowen writes mysteries that are truly mysterious--informed by Western legend, steeped in Indian superstition. . . . Riding with Du Pré is some kind of enchantment." --The New York Times Book Review

"Bowen plays his language the way Du Pré plays violin: plaintive, humorous, wild, the sounds of the sentences as meaningful as the story." --The Washington Post Book World

"[Peter Bowen] writes about the rural West better than anyone. . . . He gets it right over and over again." --Rocky Mountain News

"Beneath Bowen's delightfully extravagant characters lurks a warning: the inevitable clashes between outsiders and natives are sometimes funny, sometimes violent, but ultimately tragic." --Publishers Weekly