Across the High Plains

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Xlibris Corporation, Oct 7, 2009 - Fiction - 196 pages
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Across the High Plains is a new work of fiction that follows the exploits of Clancy Delaney. Born in Boston to immigrant parents and orphaned as a teenager, he is forced to grow into a man at an early age. He runs away from trouble, leaveing behind the girl he loves (Mary Anna Flann), and even falsifies his death in Missouri. He changes his name to Charlie Dodd to start a new life and starts roaming the west from one job to another, from town to town. Meanwhile, his old flame strives in her search for him. Can fate and the magnetic pull of love ever cause their paths to cross again? Read the book to find out

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The Author: Kenny W. Duncan, just your ordinary man with simple values of life, values of honesty and hard work. Born and raised a farm boy in northwest Missouri with “old school” values that he has tried to pass on to his own family. Kenny farms in northwest Missouri, raising cattle and crops with a corn and soybean rotation, with his choice of cattle being Angus, black and red. His passions in life include his family and farm followed by his hobbies of golf and riding his Harley and fooling around with the horses. A quarter horse hard to beat.

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