The trip west wasn't what Josh had expected. He hadn't counted on walking all the way to Oregon. But the hardships didn't end with sore feet. When an unseen enemy attacked the wagon train, his loss inspired future generations.
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About the Author
Touring the county morgue, chatting with forensic scientists, and figuring out who killed whom...that's what Linda Mickey likes to do. There is something special about the hours spent at the keyboard crafting a whodunnit: developing characters, understanding the crime and why it was committed,then planting clues and red herrings in the narrative. At the same time, Mickey is fascinated by the business aspects of writing and publishing. As a speaker and workshop facilitator, she is frequently asked as many questions about how to manage a writing business as how to create believable dialogue. In fact, queries about publishing industry-related topics came up so often that she complied what she knew about business and what she had learned about the publishing industry into Dollars and Sense for Writers. Mickey is employed by a small accounting firm. In other words, her life is all about death and taxes.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Only 6 pages long. Disappointing!!
This story was very moving. It is endearing that the brother made the trip back to mark his sisters grave. At that time it would have been a lot easier not to bother. I commend the writer on telling a very moving story