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Where the River Bends free pdf This is the story of six generations of a rancher/warrior family whose men fought in every war from the Wounded Knee Massacre to Desert Storm Campaign.

About Marlene Monroy

There have been many books written about cowboys, Indians, range wars. love, hate, suffering and triumph of the human spirit. How many of these have a haunted house as the core of its theme? In Where the River Bends the haunted ranch house the author calls "Sanctuary" really exists out on the prairie of South Dakota. What is the crying and wailing that even today is heard and related by creditable people? Is there a connection with the spirit world there? Are the souls of the Indians who died there after the Wounded Knee Massacre still tied to the earth in some phenomenal way? In the author's imagination, six generations of warrior/ranchers inhabited the ranch. Each generation had heroes, and women who loved them, overcoming sufferings, difficulties and separations with the help from believing in God and each other. The Smyth/Walking Bear family is fictitious but the ghosts are not. From the Wounded Knee Massacre in 1890 to the present day, a member of the family has fought for our country with honor and dedication. Local readers in Rapid City, Hot Springs, Buffalo Gap, Hermosa and Red Shirt Table, South Dakota might find the book of interest because its setting is right in their neck of the woods. Other folks from far away might be teased to read a different kind of western.

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Author : Marlene Monroy
Publisher : Trafford Publishing
Data Published : 08 July 2004
ISBN : 141203115X
EAN : 9781412031158
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 132 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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