Will Cook (writer)

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William Everett Cook
Born 1921
Died July 1964
Pen name Will Cook,
Frank Peace,
James Keene (with Ida Cook),
Wade Everett (with Giles A. Lutz)
Occupation Novelist
Period 1950–64
Genre Western fiction

William Everett Cook (1921 – July 1964), was a western writer as Will Cook and Frank Peace. He also wrote under the pseudonym James Keene with the romance writer Ida Cook and as Wade Everett with the western and erotic writer Giles A. Lutz.

Some of Will Cook's novels have been adapted to films.[1]

Bibliography[edit]

As Frank Peace[2][edit]

Single novels[edit]

  • Easy Money (1955)
  • The Brass Brigade (1956)
  • Bandit's Trail (1974)

Omnibus collection[edit]

  • The Outlaw's Revenge: And Other Bible Mystery Stories for Boys and Girls (1950)

As Will Cook[3][edit]

Single novels[edit]

  • Frontier Feud (1954)
  • Prairie Guns (1954)
  • Fury at Painted Rock (1955)
  • Sabrina Kane (1955)
  • Trumpets to the West 1956)
  • Apache Ambush (1958)
  • Badman's Holiday (1958)
  • Elizabeth, by Name aka The Crossing (1958)
  • Guns of North Texas (1958)
  • The Wind River Kid (1958)
  • Comanche Captives (1959)
  • The Outcasts (1959)
  • Killer behind a Badge (1960)
  • Outcast of Cripple Creek (1960)
  • The Wranglers (1960)
  • The Peacemakers (1961)
  • Two Rode Together (1961)
  • The Breakthrough (1963)
  • The Tough Texan (1963)
  • Last Command (1964)
  • Ambush at Antlers Spring (1967)
  • The Apache fighter (1967)
  • The Drifter (1969)
  • The Rain Tree (1996)
  • The Last Scout (1997)
  • The Devil's Roundup (2002)

A Saga of Texas[edit]

  1. Until Day Breaks (1999)
  2. Until Shadows Fall (2000)
  3. Until Darkness Disappears (2001)

References and sources[edit]

  1. ^ Will Cook in IMDB, retrieved 2008-10-30 
  2. ^ Frank Peace in Fantastic Fiction, retrieved 2008-10-30 
  3. ^ Will Cook in Fantastic Fiction, retrieved 2008-10-30