Ben Cross and his family owned the largest cattle ranch in Wyoming, until a remorseless politician and his vicious enforcer utilize backroom politics, leverage, lies and murder to take it away. With lies and deceit behind the back of the President of the United States, Undersecretary Jefferson Franklin changes all the rules of moral civility with plans to use government money to build a short railroad spur to satisfy his personal greed. Franklin is the only one who knows the truth behind his elaborate plans. It's all working out as he hoped. More money than even he could imagine. Until loose ends he thought were tied, unravel.
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About the Author
Skagit Valley, Washington, has been Peter's home since 1977,
the year Peter ended his career as Creative Director for an advertising agency in California. Writing was always a hobby, a release for endless pent-up creativity. His many novels include classic westerns, murder mysteries and Christian short stories. Most are centered in and about the
Skagit Valley. He and is wife, Nancy, live in Mount Vernon.
They have five adult children and four grandchildren.