Standing in Front of Trains

Standing in Front of Trains

by Scott Neuhaus
     
 

“Standing in Front of Trains” chronicles the disastrous spring of 1870 through the eyes and heart of an Italian immigrant named Jake Comin and his half-brother Luke. With their two cousins they arrive in the town as drifting grifters just in time to cause much of the mayhem that follows. Yet in the end they are instrumental in setting everything right…  See more details below

Overview

“Standing in Front of Trains” chronicles the disastrous spring of 1870 through the eyes and heart of an Italian immigrant named Jake Comin and his half-brother Luke. With their two cousins they arrive in the town as drifting grifters just in time to cause much of the mayhem that follows. Yet in the end they are instrumental in setting everything right once again. The subplots of romance and murder make for a riveting read with action and suspense at every turn.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013792647
Publisher:
Scott Neuhaus
Publication date:
12/24/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

Educated as a biochemist the author did research prior to entering dental school. During the early years of his doctoral training he was again involved in research. After graduating from the University of Washington his focus became his family. Serving as a dentist for 25 years allowed a stable environment for marriage and children but as the last of the kids left for college he sold his practice and returned to school. He now again works in research while teaching and writing.

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