Magnificent Seven fiction written by fans in which Vin Tanner is either the main character, or has an important part in the story.
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Some of these stories are works in progress, however, most authors will indicate that the story is unfiished for the benefit of those who may wish to return at a later time.
The stories listed here feature Vin as a central character, however, if you just can't get enough of the "sharpshooter," he also plays a key role in many of the stories featuring Chris Larabee or JD Dunne.
The quality of these works will vary. Most of these writers are not professionals, although some are truly talented and experienced. Others, however, may be very young and/or trying out their writing skills for the first time. Feedback is almost always appreciated, so if you enjoy a story, please let the author know!
The Chest - Linda Borchers
Payoff - Sue M.
The Compassion Trap - Gil Hale ATF (crossover "The Sentinel") [link updated]
Demolition Men - Gil Hale ATF (crossover "The Sentinel") [Sequel to 'The Compassion Trap'] [link updated]
Frontier Fleet - Gil Hale AU
Runners - Gil Hale AU [link updated]
Walkin' 'n' Whisky - Gil Hale [link updated]
Three Brothers Connected - Mary Ann ATF
What Has Been, Has Been - Dawn Cunningham
In Action - Stan Lee ATF
In the Year (Collection): Snow Day Trap - Mary Ann AU
Julia - Scribe
Hunters & Prey - Scribe
ADULT stories are not directly linked to this page. Readers will be required to provide an age statement in order to access them. (Please note that stories not classified as "adult" may still contain violence and profanity.)
ATF stories are set in a present-day alternate universe where the Seven are agents of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms
LB stories are an alternate universe where Vin and JD are orphaned children in Chris & Buck's care There are several alternate universes within the Little Britches AU, including Old West, ATF and Star Trek.
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AU - Alternate Universes other than ATF or Little Britches
|PLEASE NOTE: [In progress] means the story is not finished. If you do not wish to read incomplete works, wait until the "In progress" notation has been removed.|
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