Legends of the West, Volume 2

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Tyndale House Publishers, Oct 10, 2007 - Fiction - 481 pages
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The Legends of the West series covers the tumultuous 1830s through the 1860s in California, Nevada, and Utah—from when the American military and Mexican bandits warred over the riches of Spanish California, to the Bear Flag rebellion that carried California from Mexican to American ownership, to the 1850s gold rush, to the silver discovered in Virginia City in 1859, to the beginning of the Civil War and the division of a nation. This second book in the series tells of the heart-stopping adventures of rebel David Bollin, ship's officer Rafer Maddox, and Wells Fargo & Co. attorney Jack Ryland. The California gold rush glittered with promise but it would change everything about their lives. Volume Two contains Gold Rush Prodigal, Delta Passage,and Hangtown Lawman.

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User Review  - R Darlington - Christianbook.com

I appreciate these western legend series for their appeal to men. Our family is very conservative in our movie viewing (we don't have TV and rent only PG and very few PG13 movies). My son and I are ... Read full review

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A great book that kept your imagination rolling. But compare to the first volume it did not have the same oomph

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About the author (2007)

Brock Thoene, has a Ph.D. in history, & with Bodie Thoene, is the author of thirty-three novels that include the best-selling series "The Zion Chronicles" & "The Zion Covenant." Together they have won eight Evangelical Christian Publishers Gold Medallion awards. The Thoenes live in Nevada & London, England.

Bodie Thoene, has a Ph.D. in creative writing, & with Brock Thoene, is the author of thirty-three novels that include the best-selling series "The Zion Chronicles" & "The Zion Covenant." Together they have won eight Evangelical Christian Publishers Gold Medallion awards. The Thoenes live in Nevada & London, England.

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