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West from Yesterday

Harrison, Randolph Carter

Editore: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013
ISBN 10: 1492115843 / ISBN 13: 9781492115847
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Titolo: West from Yesterday

Casa editrice: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Data di pubblicazione: 2013

Legatura: Soft cover

Condizione libro: New

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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Clairborne embraced his mother, then his sister. He took off his broad-brimmed grey hat, swept it downward in his best cavalier salute, turned and rode off, not once looking back. There's no turning back in Randolph Carter Harrison's riveting debut novel, West from Yesterday , where one man's flight from the past may cost him everything. Tucker Clairborne's world is shattered by the Civil War and its horrific aftermath when his father and brother are killed. Expected to take over the family's Virginia plantation, he abandons expectations and rides west toward the unknown. This decision plunges Clairborne down a path defined by discovery and sudden death. Dismayed by his talent for killing, he reluctantly joins forces with an ex-slave who served in the 10th US Cavalry regiment. Together, these unlikely allies enter the country's hostile heartland, confronting Comanche, prejudice and the infinite hazard of the landscape they must cross. But the countryside may prove the least of their worries as danger closes in, forcing Clairborne to face down his demons once and for all. An adrenaline-pumping ride through an unforgiving land, West from Yesterday brings the Wild West to life like never before. Codice inventario libreria ABE_book_new_1492115843

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Clairborne embraced his mother, then his sister. He took off his broad-brimmed grey hat, swept it downward in his best cavalier salute, turned and rode off, not once looking back.

There?s no turning back in Randolph Carter Harrison?s riveting debut novel, West from Yesterday, where one man?s flight from the past may cost him everything.

Tucker Clairborne?s world is shattered by the Civil War and its horrific aftermath when his father and brother are killed. Expected to take over the family?s Virginia plantation, he abandons expectations and rides west toward the unknown.

This decision plunges Clairborne down a path defined by discovery and sudden death. Dismayed by his talent for killing, he reluctantly joins forces with an ex-slave who served in the 10th US Cavalry regiment. Together, these unlikely allies enter the country?s hostile heartland, confronting Comanche, prejudice and the infinite hazard of the landscape they must cross. But the countryside may prove the least of their worries as danger closes in, forcing Clairborne to face down his demons once and for all.

An adrenaline-pumping ride through an unforgiving land, West from Yesterday brings the Wild West to life like never before.

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Randolph Carter Harrison grew up in a southern, military family, living in 49 different places ranging from Virginia to Lisbon and Paris. As an officer in Army Special Forces, he led elite soldiers on top secret missions in Vietnam. Harrison came home to finish college then pursued a career in journalism culminating in work as an award-winning foreign correspondent. During his travels, he became enamored with the Pacific Northwest and secured a position as spokesman for a Fortune 15 company, retiring as its head of media relations.

Today, Harrison lives with his wife and two dogs on the side of Squak Mountain in Washington State.

West from Yesterday is Harrison?s first novel.

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