Why are wagon trains being found burned and their travelers massacred on closed federal lands nowhere near their Santa Fe Trail destinations and, more importantly, who is behind it all? When Hartfield's Denver-based Family Business takes on the case, Breckenridge and Sarah Elizabeth team up for the action. Posing as man and wife, Breck and Sarabeth join a wagon train in which, it turns out, they aren't the only travelers with secrets. If they can stay alive, they might just figure it all out in time to head off the massacre they know is in the works.
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About the Author
Born on ancestral homelands in South Carolina and raised mostly in the west, D.L. Chance (Don, to family and friends) has been a professional stage and studio musician specializing in a variety of instruments for virtually all his adult life. He has also worked as a film and television actor and as a big and tall print model, and he is an award-winning pencil and pen & ink artist. Since revisiting the journalism of his college days in the pursuit of new creative outlets, has been a freelance general assignments reporter for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and other papers, and remains a prolific music journalist for the Scripps network. Don has had four novels and several dozen short stories published so far, with no intentions of getting what his minister father calls a "real job" anytime soon.