Harlan and Ellis were born and raised on the frontier, one the son of a cattleman, the other an orphan. Conflict erupts as their boyhood paths cross, and the animosity born that day continues to grow, nurtured by arrogance and righteousness. As the turn of the twentieth century approaches, they go their own way seeking adventure and eventually come home the worse for wear. Seeing no way to keep their lives from becoming entwined, and being men of good character, they decide to move on in a positive manner, ignoring their dislike for one other until unforeseen events play out, old resentments resurface, and trouble comes to town.
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About the Author
Dennis Wilson is an artist, a retired special education teacher, and a trout fisherman specializing in obscure streams of the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. He lives in northern California with his wife with whom he loves to dance.