CHAD’TU

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Abbott Press, Nov 12, 2012 - Fiction - 400 pages
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A ten year old boy is lost from a wagon train headed west. Saved by an Indian from starving. The Indian having lost his own son and family in a massacre raises him as his own giving him the name Chad’tu.

A few years later the Indian dies and Chad’tu is captured by a gunslinger while trying to steal his horse. The gunslinger, and also a gunsmith teaches Chad’tu the ways of the white man, along with how to use a pair of colt 44’s.

Later he is talked into becoming sheriff of Tombstone by the articulate Mayor.

Almost shot by Indians he makes friends by speaking with his Indian tongue. He falls in love with his friend’s sister. On an exploration of the Black Mountains He discovers the place to build their ranch. He marries his love Jaydeen and they settle and start a cattle ranch in a large valley of the Black Mountains in Indian territory.

One day he discovers a wolf pup abandoned by its mother. With care and love it grows into a huge grey wolf. They named him Track. They are wondrously happy until Chad’tu returns one day to find her gone, abducted by unknowns. He sets out to save his wife from a fate for which he has no idea. Angry and out for revenge he rides on their trail followed by Track.

Born in the early 1930’s in Weatherford, Oklahoma, a depression era baby. Raised in Oklahoma City and spent the summers on the farm in Hammond Oklahoma, until the age of ten, when I was transplanted to Bakersfield, California. Where I now live with my dog. A grey male hybrid wolf.

 

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Contents

Chapter 31
177
Chapter 32
183
Chapter 33
187
Chapter 34
194
Chapter 35
202
Chapter 36
209
Chapter 37
223
Chapter 38
230

Chapter 9
44
Chapter 10
48
Chapter 11
56
Chapter 12
59
Chapter 13
65
Chapter 14
68
Chapter 15
71
Chapter 16
75
Chapter 17
80
Chapter 18
92
Chapter 19
97
Chapter 20
106
Chapter 21
112
Chapter 22
123
Chapter 23
128
Chapter 24
137
Chapter 25
142
Chapter 26
145
Chapter 27
150
Chapter 28
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Chapter 29
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Chapter 30
172
Chapter 39
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Chapter 40
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Chapter 41
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Chapter 42
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Chapter 43
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Chapter 44
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Chapter 45
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Chapter 46
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Chapter 47
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Chapter 48
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Chapter 49
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Chapter 50
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Chapter 51
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Chapter 52
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Chapter 53
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Chapter 54
344
Chapter 55
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Chapter 56
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Chapter 57
373
Chapter 58
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Chapter 59
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Born in the early 1930’s in Weatherford, Oklahoma, a depression era baby. Raised in Oklahoma City and spent the summers on the farm in Hammond Oklahoma, until the age of ten, when I was transplanted to Bakersfield, California. Where I now live with my dog. A grey male hybrid wolf.

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