Steve Hayes is a prolific novelist and also has enjoyed a fantastic career as a screenwriter in America. David Whitehead has lived in London his whole life and can lay claim to a large body of work for Robert Hale. To read what Hayes and Whitehead think of writing as a team, click here for […]
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For all your Wild West action and drama, check out one of this month’s great Black Horse Western titles: She Wore a Badge by Steve Hayes, Monty McCord by Chuck Tyrell, Blood Money by D. D. Lang, Horse Soldier’s Return by James Del Marr, Whiplash by Owen G. Irons and Backshooter by Dale Graham.
This month’s Black Horse Western titles are: Bull’s Eye Stage Coach by Billy Hall, Devil’s Deal by Lee Walker, Genesis Gunplay by John Davage, Latigo by Steve Hayes, Navajo Sunrise by Ethan Flagg and The Prisoner of Gun Hill by Owen G. Irons. So for all your Wild West action and drama, check out one […]
Steve Hayes is a prolific novelist and also has enjoyed a fantastic career as a screenwriter in America. David Whitehead has lived in London his whole life and can lay claim to a large body of work for Robert Hale. Praise for the book: ‘Will more than satisfy the Holmes fans’ – Shotsmag ‘A fast-paced […]
The Black Horse Western series has provided Robert Hale Ltd readers with drama, action and suspense over the years. Here, some of Robert Hale’s Black Horse Western authors tell us why they love writing westerns and what it is that they love about the genre. Paul Green I have always enjoyed reading westerns and watching […]
In the recent Myshelf review of Sherlock Holmes and the Queen of Diamonds, written by Hale writing team Steve Hayes and David Whitehead, the book was called “refreshing” and “different”. “…you can expect a fast-paced and intriguing tale with plenty of action and a good feel for the seamy side of Victorian London.” Read the full […]
Sherlock Holmes and the Queen of Diamonds was released by Robert Hale last month and sees Holmes brought in to help a friend track down a missing person. Authors Steve Hayes and David Whitehead talk about what it’s like to write as a team and what drew them to Sherlock Holmes. How did your writing […]