The Buckskinner novels from Spur Award-winning author Jory Sherman follow the adventures of Big Sky Mountain Man Lem Hawke as he traverses through the unforgiving frontier of the Old West, populated by dangerous outlaws and fierce warriors.
“A gifted writer at the top of his craft.”—Rocky Mountain News (on the Golden Spur Award-winning novel, The Medicine Horn)
Jory Sherman wrote more than 400 books, many of them set in the American West, as well as poetry, articles, and essays. His best-known works may be the Spur Award-winning The Medicine Horn, first in the Buckskinner series, and Grass Kingdom, part of the Barons of Texas series. Sherman won the Owen Wister Award for Lifetime Contributions to Western Literature from the Western Writers of America. He died in 2014.