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In the early 1900s, major change had little effect in the outer fringes of civilization. Survival of the fittest still rules, and a boy of sixteen is now a man. Such a man retreats into the wilderness in hopes of finding answers to his future. He experiences the life in a harsh land where trust is earned, and each day presents its own set of hardships. There are no winners or losers here; but for this Christian man, he flaunts his faith without falter. He's been hurt, and like a wounded animal, not one to be trifled with. Skeptical of everyone, he carries a kind heart, a pair of Colt .45s, and a sled dog team, keen and rugged, he built for himself.
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About the Author
To his first book, k. g. hanson claims to be neither jack of all trades nor master of none. Coming from a farming background, he learned early on the hard results of frostbite and unbridled power of the horse. He then served in the US Navy three years aboard the feared and highly decorated ‘Chicago’ during the Vietnam War. He returned to his high school sweetheart awaiting. They are married now for forty-four years.