Thomas Brash is trying to
escape but knows he never will. Pursuing him is the memory of
the family he lost to cholera. Perhaps he believes that
traveling alone in a wild, dangerous land will end all his
memories; there is no doubt he wishes to be alone. Whatever his
intentions the appearance of Frank Clement and the circumstances
of that meeting upset those plans. Brash views Clement as an
uneducated child who requires fatherly protection and guidance.
Clement views Brash as a tenderfoot and can not understand how
anyone who knows so little could live so long. These two loners
are joined by others and they all become partners. Having
achieved relative sanctuary and surrounded by civilization their
wilderness past comes back to haunt them.
About the Author
Dave McGowan has been a
cowboy, forest fire fighter, heavy equipment operator, farmhand,
gardener, road musician and businessman. He now writes and works
as a commercial driver in Northern British Columbia.
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6x9 - 256 pages - $14.95
ISBN / SKU: 1-934925-81-0