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Jackson Lowry

Jackson Lowry is the western pen name for Robert E. Vardeman, author of more than three hundred novels. Nominated for multiple awards, Vardeman received the 2017 Western Fictioneers Lifetime Achievement Award. His Western titles include Sonora Noose, Great West Detective Agency, and the weird Western trilogy Punished. He was born in Texas and has lived in the wilds of New Mexico most of his life.
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