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Powder River [NOOK Book]

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In Powder River, outlaw Jeston Nash—the look-alike cousin of Jesse James and horse-man for the infamous James-Younger Gang—and his partner, Quiet Jack Smith,
find themselves entangled in the onrush of historical events leading up to the Powder River Indian War.

Attracted by rumors and the profits of war, a strange assortment of ...
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Powder River

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Overview

In Powder River, outlaw Jeston Nash—the look-alike cousin of Jesse James and horse-man for the infamous James-Younger Gang—and his partner, Quiet Jack Smith,
find themselves entangled in the onrush of historical events leading up to the Powder River Indian War.

Attracted by rumors and the profits of war, a strange assortment of characters—outlaws, loose women, lawmen, bounty hunters, preachers, and Washington attachés—lay in wait like vultures to pick the bones of the mighty Sioux Nation as it reels on the verge of extinction.

In Old West Tradition, Powder River is a richly woven earth colored tapestry that
brings together the best and worst of our Western Heritage. Like all western classics, the pages turn quickly and leave a lasting impression.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013519329
  • Publisher: Ralph Cotton
  • Publication date: 11/26/2011
  • Series: The Life and Times of Jeston Nash , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 354
  • Sales rank: 238,777
  • File size: 4 MB

Meet the Author

Powder River, written in 1995, is a thoroughly enjoyable chapter in “The Life and Times of Jeston Nash” series of Western Classics, written by national best-selling author Ralph Cotton. He has achieved notable success with the publication and sales of over fifty novels since then.

Ralph lives on the Florida Gulf Coast with his wife Mary Lynn. He writes prodigiously and his books remain top sellers in the Western and Civil War/Western genres. Ralph also paints, sails, and plays guitar. His imagination is comfortable building characters and working with events in the past, but he reaches to the present and future to find the best way to present them.

The Western Classic series of novels introduces Ralph Cotton to a new generation of readers who will enjoy them for the first time, and find pleasure in re-reading them for years to come.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 28, 2001

    Outstanding

    Jeston Nash with Quiet Jack and a black man, who calls himself Shod, take a string of horses to a fort and get mixed up in the Indian War.

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