Book 1: Lookback
Next Town Over's first chapter, wherein apparent bounty hunter Vane Black catches up to outlaw John Henry Hunter in small cowtown Lookback, where he’s attempting to win a seemingly significant piece of jewelry off of heiress Veronique Dauterive.
Book 2: Sun Prairie
Next Town Over's second chapter, wherein Ms. Black cartjacks two hapless muleskinners and attempts to blow Mr. Hunter away in aptly-named Sun Prairie, where a miscalculation has unforeseen and unfortunate consequences.
Book 3: Whiskey Bend
Next Town Over’s third chapter, in which Hunter is in the market for a new horse to outrun dauntless Diamonds, and makes off with a rancher’s outlaw stallion in rocky Whiskey Bend.
Book 4: Baron's Crossing
Next Town Over’s fourth chapter, in which Hunter tries to find a hot bath in picturesque milltown Baron’s Crossing while Vane devises a devastating new weapon.
Book 5: Wayward
Next Town Over's fifth chapter, in which Hunter briefly convalesces in forgotten, fever-ravaged Wayward, Black's weaponry backfires, and diamonds are not forever.
Book 6: Redridge Express
Next Town Over's sixth chapter, wherein separate designs on a train and its freight unite Black and Hunter on the railways.
Book 7: Broken Sky
Next Town Over's seventh chapter, in which Black and Hunter make their way to frontier metropolis and geological wonder Broken Sky.
Dodge and Hemlocke return for a secret stash with disastrous results in this short from the first Nobodies anthology.
While Erin goes on effective maternity leave a bookish but melodramatic novelist tempts the forces of darkness in this goofy, quickdraw interstitial.
Poor Wayfaring Strangers: Grinning God
In this Poor Wayfaring Strangers short, Gustav Carlson tells a strange and gritty tale of cults, torture and justice.
Poor Wayfaring Strangers: Dodgetown Drowner
In this Poor Wayfaring Strangers short, Robyn Seale spins an unconventional murder yarn starring a washerwoman who [thankfully] can't mind her own business.
Poor Wayfaring Strangers: Golden Son
In this Poor Wayfaring Strangers short, brotherly rivalry plays out on the battlefield.
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- Book 1: Lookback