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Westward Bound

Eberhardt, D. Michael

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ISBN 10: 1592864600 / ISBN 13: 9781592864607
Published by Publishamerica Inc, Frederick, Maryland, U.S.A., 2003
Used Condition: Very Good Plus Soft cover
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Not ex-library copy. Condition is very good plus - appears unread. No stains, tears or creasing. Pages and covers are clean and bright. Gift inscription from Mike (the author?) on the title page. 341 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 028296

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Title: Westward Bound

Publisher: Publishamerica Inc, Frederick, Maryland, U.S.A.

Publication Date: 2003

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition:Very Good Plus

Edition: First Printing

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Chad and Alicia Larson and their son, Matthew, left family and wealth in Pennsylvania. They faced the hardships of the westward trek, following the dream of a cattle ranch in Colorado. Rafe McKinney fled west from the hills of eastern Kentucky, avoiding the revenge of a dead man’s family. His life as an outlaw was fueled by his desire for wealth and respect. Joshua Carter wanted to return to his family farm at the end of the Civil War. He found his family either dead or missing, his middle-Georgia farm ravaged by the Union Army, and his life threatened by vengeful Yankee soldiers. Turning toward the west, he sought a life of peace. With her new name, Belle Dubois escaped the sharecropper’s plight in south Alabama and headed west for a new life. Doing what it took to survive, she finally found her refuge aboard the Delta Star, a Mississippi riverboat. Whether pursuing a dream of what the future could be or escaping from what the past had been, none could have imagined the tragedy, death, and love that would intertwine their lives as they were westward bound.

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