Kelton, Elmer

Author: Elmer Kelton
Publisher: Center Point Large Print
ISBN: 978-1602850552
Copyright: November 2007
Pages: 236

Joe Pepper is a Texas badman with quite a past. In fact, there isn't much that Joe hasn't done in his forty years of living on both sides of the Texas law-except face the hangman. Now, convicted of murder, Joe is about to get that privilege. But before he goes, Joe has a few things he wants to say-and a few stories that he wants to set straight.

With Joe Pepper, legendary Western writer Elmer Kelton tells a fine and moving tale of the history of his home state of Texas.


Editorial Reviews

“The hallmark of any Elmer Kelton novel is his thorough research and his feel for the time and place. . . . Kelton, like fine wine, just keeps getting better and better.” ―Tulsa World

“Recently voted 'the greatest Western writer of all time' by the Western Writers of America, Kelton creates characters more complex than L'Amour's.” ―Kirkus Reviews

--This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.


Author: Elmer Kelton
Publisher: Forge Books
ISBN: 978-0812561579
Copyright: May 19, 2002
Pages: 192







Barbed WireBitter Trail
Bowie's Mine
Day the Cowboys Quit, The
Far Canyon, The
Good Old Boys, The

Honor at Daybreak
Hot Iron
Joe Pepper
Living and Writing in West Texas
Man Who Rode Midnight, The

Many a River
Pecos Crossing
Shadow of a Star
Six Bits a Day (Hewey Calloway)
Time It Never Rained, The
Wolf and the Buffalo, The