The Logger's Inheritance [NOOK Book]

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The world of the early American logger was a hard working, hard living, high risk and often lonely one. The last thing you might find in a logger's camp in the middle of the vast northwest forests would be a woman. Yet, in one camp a woman arrives and with her, a letter. The letter and the woman creates all kinds of change for one man, Homer Choate in this historical fiction short story.
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The Logger's Inheritance

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Overview

The world of the early American logger was a hard working, hard living, high risk and often lonely one. The last thing you might find in a logger's camp in the middle of the vast northwest forests would be a woman. Yet, in one camp a woman arrives and with her, a letter. The letter and the woman creates all kinds of change for one man, Homer Choate in this historical fiction short story.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012643346
  • Publisher: Books to Go Now
  • Publication date: 2/15/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 19 KB

Meet the Author

Born on ancestral South Carolina homelands, Don (D.L.) Chance grew up all over; from Montana to New Mexico to Michigan to Colorado to Texas to Arizona, where his father, a minister, often served as a missionary on Indian reservations. Fifteen years into a satisfying music career that also included stints as a film actor and big-and-tall model, Don – a voracious lifelong reader – added the journalism of his college days to his creative pursuits when he became a music journalist, then a general assignments reporter. Newspaper reporting eventually led him into fiction, and writing the kinds of tales he enjoyed growing up.
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  • Posted February 26, 2011

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    One of D.L. Chance's best!

    I personally think this is one of D.L.'s best stories. He combines his gift of storytelling with his unique sense of humor and broad outlook on life to bring a sense of fun to his tales of days gone by while keeping the details (and the dialouge) historically accurate. His smooth, clear writing style is a genuine pleasure to read, and "The Logger's Inheritance" is a fine example of his creative work.

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