Short Story Collection
Old gunnies, laconic lawmen, and the Peregrine’s return! Richard Prosch rustles up a compact herd of darkly humorous short stories from the way gone days of old Nebraska and Wyoming.
The stories are reminiscent of Prosch’s earlier collection, Devils Nest, as the stories in both sets are distinguish by humor, irony, crisp language use, and a vivid sense of setting. In One Against a Gun Horde, the unifying element is that the stories portray incompetent or even unlikely criminals. — John D. Nesbitt – from his Introduction