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Lauran Paine

Name  Lauran Paine

Role  Author
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Education  Stanford University (1973)
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Lauran Bosworth Paine (born Lawrence Kerfman Duby Jr.; February 25, 1916 – December 1, 2001) was an American writer of Western fiction.

Paine wrote over 1000 books, including hundreds of Westerns as well as romance, science fiction, and mystery novels. He also wrote a number of non-fiction books on the Old West, military history, witchcraft, and other subjects. Because his publishers only accepted a limited number of books under a single author's name, Paine adopted dozens of pseudonyms including Mark Carrel, Clay Allen, A. A. Andrews, Dennis Archer, John Armour, Carter Ashby, Harry Beck, Will Benton, Frank Bosworth, Concho Bradley, Claude Cassady, Clint Custer, James Glenn, Will Houston, Troy Howard, Cliff Ketchum, Clint O'Conner, Jim Slaughter and Buck Standish among others. Many of his books, published by Robert Hale of London and distributed solely in the UK, have only in recent years been appearing in the United States, usually as large-print editions.

He was a long-term resident of Fort Jones.


  • Open Range (2003) (novel The Open Range Men)
  • The Quiet Gun (1957) (novel Law Man)
  • Additional reading

    Varner, Paul. Historical Dictionary of Westerns in Literature. Scarecrow Press. 2010.


    Lauran Paine Wikipedia

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