Kansas Blue

Kansas Blue

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by S.K. Epperson
     
 
Former Cavalry Lieutenant Austin Bourke wants to break free of his past, and leading a group of people who seek to take advantage of the Homestead Act in Kansas seems like the best way to do it, until he meets Danni Coopersand, a golden-haired woman saddled with a husband broken by the war and a half-breed Indian youth with a need for revenge against the white

Overview

Former Cavalry Lieutenant Austin Bourke wants to break free of his past, and leading a group of people who seek to take advantage of the Homestead Act in Kansas seems like the best way to do it, until he meets Danni Coopersand, a golden-haired woman saddled with a husband broken by the war and a half-breed Indian youth with a need for revenge against the white stepbrothers who slit his throat and left him to die. Together they travel across the plains of Kansas with a group including a Mormon family with more than one wife, one of them with a salacious past, and they encounter renegades, floods and savagery from Indians bent on retaining their way of life. At the end of the trail only the strong will survive, and in 1867 Kansas, where the horizon is endless and the sky goes on forever, the strong are damned few.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940148550068
Publisher:
Shevan Productions
Publication date:
09/12/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,042,301
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

S.K. Epperson is the author of numerous novels, novellas, and a collection of short stories. Dylan Harson is a pseudonym for the western titles, Kansas Blue and Abilene. For a complete list of titles visit skepperson.com.

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Kansas Blue 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a great read. I have enjoyed other Epperson books and immediately went to look for more under the Harlan psuedonym. I found and purchased Abilene but I guess these are his only 2 Westerns. Characters were nicely developed and it seemed to be a true depiction of what life on the frontier was like following the Civil War. The only negatives I have were of the spelling and grammar variety. It wasn't as bad as many but with some proof-reading it seems like most of those errors could have been corrected.