A Paiute Wind
The story encompasses the excitement and danger of settling the Mormon colonies in southern Utah. Readers will empathize with Charles Chadwick s inner conflict as he seeks to establish his own identity in a tough land. Award-winning author Reed Blake comes through again with this historical gem. Set amid the harsh country between the Colorado and Virign rivers, a Paiute Wind takes us back among the Indians of those in the Mormon settlements, where conflicts, robberies and hard times are the rule. Charles Chance Chadwick finds himself in the middle, struggling against his Indian background and pulled by both sides in his battle to establish his own identity in a troubling place.
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