The Men from Poudre Canyon, The Poudre Canyon Saga Book Three [NOOK Book]

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The Men From Poudre Canyon - Atlanta carpetbagger Justin Hornsworth finds himself in Fort Collins and eyeing Jean Pelletier?s home. Having successfully murdered and swindled his way to wealth in the war weary south he sees no reason why a backwoodsman like Pelletier would offer any resistance to his plan to take the ranch. He didn?t know Jean Pelletier. When Jean and his sons put an end to Hornsworth?s plan the carpetbagger takes a more vicious trail bent on destroying the man he has come to hate. In a vengeance ...
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The Men from Poudre Canyon, The Poudre Canyon Saga Book Three

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Overview

The Men From Poudre Canyon - Atlanta carpetbagger Justin Hornsworth finds himself in Fort Collins and eyeing Jean Pelletier’s home. Having successfully murdered and swindled his way to wealth in the war weary south he sees no reason why a backwoodsman like Pelletier would offer any resistance to his plan to take the ranch. He didn’t know Jean Pelletier. When Jean and his sons put an end to Hornsworth’s plan the carpetbagger takes a more vicious trail bent on destroying the man he has come to hate. In a vengeance ridden move his gang kidnaps four of the Pelletier women from Jean and Andre’s families with the intention of selling them to a white slaver in New Orleans. Believing he has dealt a killing blow to Jean Pelletier he revels in his victory not realizing that when you take on one Pelletier you take them all on. Hornsworth’s grave just needed to be filled in the day the men from Poudre Canyon took to his trail.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013147584
  • Publisher: Bottom of the Hill Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/28/2011
  • Series: The Poudre Canyon Saga , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 192
  • Sales rank: 681,158
  • File size: 594 KB

Meet the Author

Mountain men, Voyageurs, pioneers and explorers make up most of the branches of Dave’s family tree. His mother’s side was from Canada where men plied the fur trade in the Canadian wilderness. Some ventured into the Rocky Mountains during the beaver boom in the 1820’s. Others moved down into the wilds of Northern Minnesota and established trading posts among the Chippewa Indians.
On his father’s side were soldiers, veterans of the War of 1812 and the Spanish American War. His natural grandfather died out west while working as a telegrapher for the railroad. His step grandfather, born in the 1800’s, was a Blackfoot Indian from Montana. He was a hunter and horseman who brought a great deal of Old West influence into the Fisher family.
Dave inherited that pioneer blood and followed in the footsteps of his ancestors. Originally from Oregon, he worked cattle and rode saddle broncs in rodeos. His adventures have taken him across the wilds of Alaska as a horsepacker and hunting guide, through the Rocky Mountains of Montana, Wyoming and Colorado where he guided and packed for a variety of outfitters.
Dave weaves his adventures and experiences into his writing. His writing style draws readers into the story with realism as a result of Dave’s personal knowledge of the west, its people and character. His novels, numerous short stories, non-fiction articles and cowboy poetry have been internationally published. He was awarded the Will Rogers Medallion Award for Outstanding Western Fiction and his short stories have won numerous Reader’s Choice Awards. THE MEN FROM POUDRE CANYON is the third novel in Dave’s Poudre Canyon Saga, all published by Bottom of the Hill Publishing. Dave also contributed a short story, The Double Deal, in Bottom of the Hill’s 2010 publication of an anthology of western lore entitled TRAILS WEST.
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