Sheriff at Waterstop

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Bob Jones University Press, 1986 - Juvenile Fiction - 125 pages
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The scene is Waterstop, Wyoming, about 1870. Bret Jensen and his parents have ridden the long trail west in search of a new life. They pull in to Waterstop with a lame horse, a few household possessions, and not a penny in their pockets. To top things off, one of the local cowboys singles Pa out for trouble. Imagine the big tough's surprise when the quiet man comes up fighting! Waterstop needs cleaning up, and Pa's the man to do it. Pretty soon he's got his hands full with unruly cowboys, a wayward orphan, and bandits. Bret wonders how Pa will do it, but he learns to appreciate his father's faith and trust in the Lord. And soon enough, Bret himself is helping Pa keep the law in Waterstop. - Back cover.

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User Review  - Phil Troop -

both Sheriff At Waterstop and Renegade in the Hills are first rate fiction books for older children and early teens. They are among my all-time favorite Christian fiction books. Wish Andy had written more.... Read full review


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Andy Thompson is a Director of a Housing Association who has been fascinated by this subject since childhood, when he started collecting Lada brochures. Since then he has amassed a huge collection of Russian research material, including catalogs, books and magazines, and become an expert along the way. He lives in Cumbria.

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