Seven years after the global collapse things were starting to look up for the people of the Northern Arizona Territory. Trade had been re-established east to Albuquerque and Santa Fe and west to California. Sugar and coffee were coming in from Mexico, and the copper mine had reopened in Jerome. Power had also been restored to Flagstaff, a major hub on the rail line, through a treaty with the Navajo. Then the unthinkable happens and power is cut off just after a sizable payment. Needing answers, the Flagstaff City Council hires Olivia Crawford on the word of her grandfather to lead a small group to the power plant. Can she now, beset by rumors of favoritism, lead her team through inhospitable territory and navigate the distrust of the Navajo to find answers and restore power? Dare she risk exploring the whispers of her heart when she finds herself attracted to a teammate who rumor has it is only there to pick her up when she fails?
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About the Author
William was born in the Catskills in Walton, NY and after his parents moved the family to Buffalo, NY he grew up in Williamsville. During the senior year of High School his family lived outside Lincoln England in Tattershall. He attended Buffalo State Teacher's College where he earned a Bachelors in anthropology and then Northern Arizona University where he earned a masters in Applied Anthropology. William currently works at a University where he assists with academic research and teaches fencing. He takes part in living history demonstrations; specifically Scottish and French and Indian War living history. He studies 16th and 17th century northern Italian fencing and other combat styles. He writes books on historical fencing and in 2012 started writing fiction in the Steampunk and Western genres. William speaks a smattering of a number of languages including Navajo, Italian, Spanish, German and Welsh.