Beneath a Dakota Cross

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Center Point Pub., Apr 1, 2001 - Fiction - 304 pages
3 Reviews
When locals threaten his family and property, Brazos Fortune abandons his Texas homestead and heads west. Up against wild outlaws, corrupt lawmen, and a bitter winter, he yearns for home and hearth. In search of a new life out West, Brazos finds that he's endangered his family in undertaking the very quest that he hoped would save them.

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Review: Beneath a Dakota Cross (Fortunes of the Black Hills #1)

User Review  - Siobhan Parker - Goodreads

Like a television series premiere, Beneath a Dakota Cross leaves a lot of loose ends unresolved. That's not a bad thing, though; it's the first book in a hexalogy, and it was entertaining nonetheless. Those who enjoy old-school Westerns such as Gunsmoke or Bonanza will probably enjoy this. Read full review

Review: Beneath a Dakota Cross (Fortunes of the Black Hills #1)

User Review  - Keith Bell - Goodreads

A Christian western. Not bad but totally predictable. Main character talks to himself through out. Not as unspoken thoughts but a spoken running monologue of whatever is running through his mind. I'lll read more of the series if I have nothing else to read. Read full review


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Bly is Winchester, Idaho's newly elected mayor. He is a writer of Christian Westerns.

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