As far as the eye could see was a vast, empty horizon. Evie Teale had finally accepted that her husband wouldn't be coming home. Now she and the children were alone in an untamed country where the elements, Indians, and thieves made it far easier to die than to live.
Miles away, another solitary soul battled for survival. Conagher was a lean, dark-eyed drifter who wasn't about to let a gang of rustlers push him around. While searching the isolated canyons for missing cattle, he found notes tied to tumbleweeds rolling with the wind. The bleak, spare words echoed Conagher's own whispered prayers for companionship. Who was this mysterious woman on the other side of the wind? For Conagher, staying alive long enough to find her wasn't going to be easy.
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Comments about Conagher:
Louis L'amour caters for both men and women and his stories that I have read so far have been entertaining. You really feel that you have been transported back to the days of the old west. I look forward to crawling into bed and having a read.
Number Of Pages: 152
Published: 1st August 1982
Dimensions (cm): 17.5 x 10.9 x 1.4
Weight (kg): 0.1