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Home to 2009 Spur Award Finalist and Marilyn Brown Novel Award winner Paul Colt. Paul is a member of the Western Writers of America and a featured author on Western e-Books.  

Paul creates historical fiction that crackles with authenticity. His political insight, military training, research and genuine horse sense bring history to life. His characters walk off the page into the reader's imagination in a style that fuses Jeff Shaara's historical dramatizations with Robert B. Parker's character driven action.

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Just Released by Five Star Publishing

Boots & Saddles: A Call to Glory

ISBN 13: 978-1-4328-2803-5

A turning point saved George Patton's military career. At thirty two, Patton is a West Point graduate 2nd Lieutenant, mired in a dead end career. He is a cavalry officer and saber master, a nineteenth century warrior, facing the realities of twentieth century warfare and an army that has no place for him. Prospects for the glorious military career he desires seem lost, until the United States cavalry is called to one last fight.

Publisher's Weekly says: "...Colt's sweeping and historically vivid portrayal of the Punitive Expedition, American and Mexican relations, and German double-dealing really makes this novel an exciting success."

Kirk Ellis, Emmy and Spur Award winning writer/producer says: "Paul Colt understands that the secret to good historical fiction is a firm grounding in the facts and a lively sense of character and period. In his capable hands, the story of young, ambitious George S. Patton and his early exploits in war and love makes for a rollicking adventure tale."

Coming June, 2014:

A Question of Bounty:The Shadow of Doubt

Historians agree. Sheriff Pat Garrett killed Billy the Kid, July 14, 1881. Still questions remain. Witnesses suggest Garrett killed the wrong man and covered it up. Is Garrett's claim proven beyond the shadow of doubt; or is it a hastily conceived cover up?