From the war-torn foothills of the Little Bighorns to the tragedy that is modern ranch life, this spellbinding collection of short fiction celebrates ordinary people struggling to do what's right. A cavalry trooper dismisses his premonitions of disaster for the fort, but as winter deepens, he can hardly deny the grisly precision of his dreams. Two brothers separated by circumstance must reconcile the ways they have grown apart. A young bull rider-turned-burglar searches for the courage to face his weaknesses, and earn the respect of a good man...
"James D. Wright is extremely adept at creating characters and worlds for them to live in."
--Tara Wray, Land-Grant College Review
"James Wright's stories are compelling--his vision and imagination fresh."
--Gordon Kessler, author of Jezebel and Dead Reckoning.
--W. Steven Hathaway, Past National Endowment for the Arts Fellow
"James D. Wright provides wonderful images in his narrative and paints the scene superbly. His characters are real and the reader is right there with them. I anticipate great things from this author."
--Steven Law, ReadWest Online Magazine (www.readwest.com)
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