A fascinating tale of one man's greed and another man's rebirth. -- Audra Silva, Scribesworld, 2001
A powerfully written saga that lingers in memory long after the last sentence is read. -- Priscilla A. Maine, author, Angels Unaware, 2001
Wonderful characterization and a poignant ending lift this book out of the ordinary. -- Doris Meredith Meredith, Books Editor, Roundup Magazine, August, 2002
About the Author
I am a third generation descendant of pioneers who homesteaded farms and ranches during the 1889 Oklahoma Land Rush. I am a member of the Western Writers of America, and have written three novels, No Lesser Measure, Incident at Crazy Woman Creek and Wakan Man. I also have credits for twelve short stories and three magazine articles that were published in 2000 and 2001 by American Western Magazine. Another short story, The Demons of Coyote Wash, published by ReadWest.com Western Magazine in 1999, was nominated for the Western Writers of America Spur Award. I practiced general surgery in Wyoming for nine years, during which time I became a dedicated student of the state's historical background. My novels and short stories reflect my love for the rich heritage of our great American West.