Larry D. Sweazy is the author of over fifteen novels. He won the Western Writers of America Spur Award for Best Short Fiction in 2005 and for Best Paperback Original in 2013, and the 2011 and 2012 Will Rogers Medallion Award for Western Fiction for the Josiah Wolfe series. He was nominated for a Short Mystery Fiction Society Derringer award in 2007 and won the Best Books of Indiana literary competition in 2011 for The Scorpion Trail. He won he inaugural Elmer Kelton Book Award in 2013. In 2019, he won the Women Writing the West Willa Award for See Also Proof. He has published over eighty nonfiction articles and short stories, which have appeared in Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine and several other publications and anthologies. He is also a freelance indexer, which also served as inspiration for the Marjorie Trumaine Mystery series. More information can be found at www.larrydsweazy.com.
1964—Life on the North Dakota farm hasn’t always been easy for Marjorie Trumaine. She has begun working as a professional indexer to help with the bills—which have only gotten worse since the accident that left her husband, Hank, blind and paralyzed...[SEE MORE]