It's called Sun River Crossing.
It’s a short book, coming in at just over 18,000 words and 59 pages on Amazon.
That’s why I’m only charging $0.99 for it.
Yep, it’s a short read…but for Westerns fans, that’s alright.
You can get the book on Amazon, iTunes, B&N, Kobo, and a few other places.
So…what’s it about?
It’s about cattle rustlers, freight drivers, military men, and Civil War veterans.
The main character is a young wide-eyed and innocent man named Kenny Boyle, fresh off the steamboat and into Montana Territory, 1866.
He’s a teamster, working for the Diamond R Freight Company that Charles Broadwater started up the previous year in Helena.
Yes, besides the mighty Missouri, the roads are the lifeblood of the territory. They allow commerce to flourish…and banditry too.
We’re talking cattle bandits in this book, as someone’s rounding up steers form Daniel Flowerree’s herd.
Many think it’s the nearby Blackfeet.
Others think that a wily cattle baron and draft dodger from New York might be to blame.
Kenny means to find out, and it’ll all come down to an exciting conclusion at Sun River Crossing.