Legend of Silver Wolf

Legend of Silver Wolf

by Dr. Thomas Coleman

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In 1876, in the snowy wilderness of San Juan County, Colorado, a miner, Eli, was viciously murdered, causing his daughter, Luster, and adopted Ute son, John, to descend on Howardsville and Silverton to unravel the mystery of their father's death and to bring the murderers to justice. Their arrival causes unexpected incidents that spark John's memory of his past, and hurl the beautiful Luster into a cauldron of unparalleled savagery. Luster and John are caught in a perfect storm of ferocious Civil War Veterans turned miners and gunmen, and natural threats in the form of avalanches, bears, wolves, and frigid temperatures. John's untamed nature and Luster's innocent grit initially are no match for the sporting mobs.
In their search the unsuspecting duo stumbles onto the secret of Dead Man's Mountain that only Eli knew and that others wanted. This revelation further makes the pair a target. The ensuing events hurl John and Luster into an interchange of pursuer and pursued, and throw them into a ferocious cycle of deception. In their quest for redemption and revenge, their search reveals the greedy hearts of evil men as well as the truth of John's past.
This adventure novel is based within actual locations in Southwestern Colorado, and has been carefully researched and authenticated. If you like reading writers Jack London and Louis L'Amour, or just enjoy studying the mining history in Colorado, you will love this book.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162127000
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
Publication date: 05/17/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 459 KB

About the Author

Dr. Thomas Coleman is a licensed Clinical Psychologist who spends his time between New Jersey and Silverton, Colorado. Tom Coleman was born in Wellsville, New York and graduated from Wellsville High School. After earning an AA degree from Concordia College, Bronxville, New York, he completed his Bachelor of Arts from New York University, New York, a Master’s Degree from New School of Social Research, New York, and his Doctor’s Degree from Nova University, Florida.
Dr. Coleman is a prolific writer. He has written articles for scholarly and literary journals, as well academic and literary books. His published books include The Angle of Vision (a novel about a psychiatric hospital), and the following texts: Abnormal Psychology, Understanding Abnormal Psychology, Understanding Counseling and Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy as a Contact Sport, and How to Make Group Psychotherapy Work.
Dr. Coleman also works in group and private practices, and with hospitals and rehabilitation programs. He is the founder of Sensitivity Empowerment Workshops which presents lectures, training, retreats, and group therapy. For more than 35 years he was a college professor and had hosted a television show called Current Issues in Social Science.
Dr. Coleman is married with two children and four grandchildren. A committed athlete, Dr. Coleman not only ran track and played basketball in high school and college, but also continues to be an avid mountaineer, biker, cross country skier, and marathon runner. He has completed over 200 marathons as well as having received an award for running a marathon in all 50 states of the USA. Dr Coleman continues to write and is presently researching for his next book.

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