Books by Douglas C. Jones

A SPIDER FOR LOCO SHOAT by Douglas C. Jones
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 1, 1997

"Entertaining fare expertly set in a turning-point of American history, from a prolific old pro whose oeuvre bears consideration as a national treasure."
The killers who leave a naked corpse on an Arkansas River bank in the spring of 1907 lead legendary lawman Oscar Schiller a merry chase through Indian Country and beyond, in another delightful period piece from Jones (Shadow of the Moon, 1996, etc.). Read full book review >
SHADOW OF THE MOON by Douglas C. Jones
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 1, 1996

"A grand generation-spanning tale that brings a melting-pot past to vivid life."
With his customary craft and brio, Jones (This Savage Race, 1993, etc.) records the progress of an Old World pilgrim and his heirs during America's formative years. Read full book review >
THIS SAVAGE RACE by Douglas C. Jones
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 8, 1993

"Vivid and lively, with each character superbly drawn: an engrossing if far-fetched tale of family life and unsung heroes in the taming of the West."
A first-class yarnspinner (The Search for Temperance Moon, 1991, etc.) lives up to his award-winning standard in this latest saga from the Arkansas wilderness—in which a hardy pioneer family survives an earthquake, Indian attackers, and the designs of unscrupulous men before taking root and prospering in the Ozarks. Read full book review >
THE SEARCH FOR TEMPERANCE MOON by Douglas C. Jones
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 20, 1991

"This is not for only western readers."
The most successful madam in Ft. Read full book review >