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Tough Job in Driftwood: Western Stories: 2011 - 2016 Paperback – July 18, 2016
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After growing up on a Nebraska farm, Richard Prosch has worked as a professional writer and artist while in Wyoming, South Carolina, and Missouri. His western crime fiction captures the fleeting history and lonely frontier stories of his youth, where characters aren’t always what they seem and the wind-burnt landscape is filled with swift, deadly danger. In 2016, Richard won the Spur Award for short fiction given by Western Writers of America.
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I savor not only the way he spins a yarn, but also the tales that he tells. He has written primarily of the Old West as set mostly in Nebraska and some of Wyoming. A native of Nebraska, his love for the state, the region, and the unique frontier stories he grew up listening to shine through in his writing. TOUGH JOB IN DRIFTWOOD is a collection of seventeen such stories, each one a gem in and of itself.
He consistently comes up with the goods and "TOUGH JOB IN DRIFTWOOD" is no exception.
Prosch provides his characters with tough situations that often call for tough moral decisions.
And by doing so he provides his readers with great entertainment accompanied by a heart and yes...soul.