Tracks of a Pigeon-toed Horse [NOOK Book]

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In the fall of 1868, the cannons are silent. The Black Hawk War is over, and a year of fighting renegade Utes through the mountains of central Utah has left Collin Mitchell scarred and unemployed. Now, the Utes want peace, and Brigham Young is ready to bring them into the fold. But Salt Lake City has changed. The transcontinental railroad is nearly completed; women are beginning the fight for enfranchisement; territorial marshals are hunting and jailing Mormon polygamists; plagues of locusts swarm the Salt Lake ...
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Overview

In the fall of 1868, the cannons are silent. The Black Hawk War is over, and a year of fighting renegade Utes through the mountains of central Utah has left Collin Mitchell scarred and unemployed. Now, the Utes want peace, and Brigham Young is ready to bring them into the fold. But Salt Lake City has changed. The transcontinental railroad is nearly completed; women are beginning the fight for enfranchisement; territorial marshals are hunting and jailing Mormon polygamists; plagues of locusts swarm the Salt Lake valley, and Mitchell is out of a job. Brother Brigham, however, has just the project, and Mitchell soon discovers there is no peace for an unemployed, reformed gunman.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012292407
  • Publisher: FORTRESS PUBLISHING, LLC
  • Publication date: 3/1/2011
  • Series: Tracks of a Pigeon-toed Horse , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 304
  • File size: 354 KB

Meet the Author

J. T. Fleming is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Weber State University with a B.S. in English as well as a B.S. in Anthropology. Mr. Fleming works as a technical writer and has published numerous stories as a community news correspondent with the Standard-Examiner in Ogden, Utah.
Born and raised in Utah, he is a member of the L.D.S. church and has hunted deer, elk, and gold in the mountains and deserts of Utah and Colorado. With his wife and family, he lives west of the Wasatch Mountains, near the Great Salt Lake.
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  • Posted June 9, 2011

    I Love This Book!

    nana211
    Compelling...from cover to cover
    Being and avid reader of all types of books, from J.K. Rowling, to James Patterson, and everything in between, I began this book with high hopes of many evenings of entertainment. I was not disappointed. Mr. Fleming's knowledge of the Utah area I grew up in was evident, and it was obvious he had done his homework.
    This book covers the very controversial area of Mormonism in the 1800's, and examines the pro's and con's of plural marriage, and a people who were not saints, but very much wanted to be.
    I was impressed with the way I was pulled into the story, from page one. I give this a definite thumbs up, and also recommend "The Obsidian Serpent" which continues the story of Collin Mitchell and makes you want for more.

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  • Posted April 26, 2011

    Gripping right to the end. A great book!

    I bought this on a chance. One of those pick it out as you look. It pulled me in and kept me up late into the night reading. Kept the suspense until the end. A great mystery in the main plot and a secondary plot that had me buying his second book before I finished the first!

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  • Posted April 25, 2011

    Compelling...from cover to cover

    Being and avid reader of all types of books, from J.K. Rowling, to James Patterson, and everything in between, I began this book with high hopes of many evenings of entertainment. I was not disappointed. Mr. Fleming's knowledge of the Utah area I grew up in was evident, and it was obvious he had done his homework.
    This book covers the very controversial area of Mormonism in the 1800's, and examines the pro's and con's of plural marriage, and a people who were not saints, but very much wanted to be.
    I was impressed with the way I was pulled into the story, from page one. I give this a definite thumbs up, and also recommend "The Obsidian Serpent" which continues the story of Collin Mitchell and makes you want for more.

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