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Max McCoy Biography, Age, Journalism Awards, Novel

Max  McCoy (Allan) is an American journalist and novelist. He is the author of ten westerns, two thrillers, four original Indiana Jones adventures

Max McCoy Biography

Max  McCoy (Allan) is an American journalist and novelist. He is the author of ten westerns, two thrillers, four original Indiana Jones adventures, the novelization of the mini-series Into the West and the first three volumes in Wylde’s West, a paranormal mystery series.

Max McCoy Age

He was born on 30 October 1958 in  Baxter Springs, Kansas, United States. He is currently 60 years old.

Max McCoy Journalism Awards

  • 2013 – Distinguished Newspaper Advisor – College Media Association
  • 2002 – Investigative Reporting, Associated Press, 2002 (“The Killing Season”).
  • 2001 – Investigative Reporting, Associated Press, 2001 (“Ordained by Hate”).
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Max McCoy Literary Awards

  • 2014 – Kansas Notable Book Of Grave Concern
  • 2011 – Spur Damnation Road
  • 2008 – Kansas Notable Book Hellfire Canyon
  • 2008 – Spur Hellfire Canyon
  • 2005 – ESU Outstanding Master Alumnus
  • 1991 – Spur The Sixth Rider

Max McCoy Novel

  • Giving Up the Ghost:
  • The Spirit Is Willing:
  • Of Grave Concern:
  • The Sixth Rider
  • Damnation Road
  • Canyon Diablo
  • I, Quantrill
  • Hellfire Canyon
  • A Breed Apart:
  • Into the West
  • Hinterland
  • The Moon Pool
  • Jesse: A Novel of the Outlaw Jesse James
  • Indiana Jones and the Secret of the Sphinx
  • Indiana Jones and the Hollow Earth
  • Indiana Jones and the Dinosaur Eggs
  • Indiana Jones and the Philosopher’s Stone
  • The Wild Rider
  • Home to Texas
  • Sons of Fire
  • The Sixth Rider
  • Sons of Fire
  • The Sixth Rider

Max McCoy Fantastic Fiction

is an award-winning author and journalist. He’s the author of more than twenty books, including four original Indiana Jones adventures and three Ophelia Wylde paranormal mysteries. Of Grave Concern, the first mystery was named a Kansas Notable Book by the State Library of Kansas. He won the Spur Award in 2011 from the Western Writers of America for Damnation Road, the last book in the Hellfire western noir trilogy.

Set in Oklahoma Territory at the turn of the last century, the book concludes the story of irascible outlaw Jacob Gamble, who is now nearing fifty and confronted by a new west of telephones, smokeless powder, and moving pictures. The first book in the trilogy, Hellfire Canyon, which introduced Jacob Gamble at age 13 and is set largely during the Civil War, also won a Spur and was also named a Kansas Notable Book.

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