About the Book:
Rick Morgan had witnessed the horrific murders of his mother and father by a band of hooded riders when he was fifteen years old. He escaped from the killers and fled south to Arizona, where he eventually became a very noted and respected Texas Ranger. However, the memories of that day were never very far away. The day after his 25th birthday, he decided it was time to head back to Montana and square accounts with the masked riders who had destroyed life as he had known and loved it. He was respected as a Ranger who was tough, but also for being fair and impartial–a man who followed the letter of the law. Every man was considered innocent until proven otherwise. He never let his emotions overrun his actions and he knew well this was one of the most important things that separated him from the men he hunted. But … the closer he got to Red Lodge and the reopening of the old wounds he had run from ten years ago, the more he felt a fiery rebirth of the old rage he had tried to suppress. The strength of this strange, new darkness frightened and confused him and he quickly became aware of a battle which was forming deep within him that was every bit as dangerous as the battle he faced with his parents’ murderers. He quickly realized that this time, in his quest for justice, he might very well be destroying himself.
About the Author:
R.C. Reynolds was raised in northern Wisconsin and moved to Colorado after college. He has worked as a ski instructor, hunting and fishing guide, outdoor writer and a high school and college Language Arts teacher. He has had several articles, essays and short stories placed in state and national magazines and has had three novels published.
Reynolds has lived in the Rocky Mountains for thirty-five years and has spent some of the best hours of his life hunting, fishing and wandering in their unique splendor. He has also worked on cattle ranches from Colorado to Montana and has had the opportunity to have known and worked with some of the few remaining individuals who still light up the modern day camp fires with the same strength, wisdom, values and free spirit as their half-tamed nineteenth century counterparts—and still deserve to bear the name “Cowboy.”
Return to Red Lodge
Authored by R. C. Reynolds
List Price: $12.95
5.5″ x 8.5″ (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on Cream paper
Sunbury Press, Inc.
BISAC: Fiction / Westerns
Also available on Nook and Kindle
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