The Byrds of Shywater
"In the 1830s, in the wild Wyoming territory, Jonathan Byrd is working as a fur trapper. But the quiet young man dreams of giving up the high country life and decides to make his home in a little valley called Shywater. Before long, however, other Byrds arrive. Jonathan’s cousin is a failed farmer and an alcoholic. He has brought his wife, son, and infant daughter to Shywater with no thought as to how he will support them. Along with them trails a pair of men from the wild Texas border country who prove to be wanted killers. Jonathan and his Crow wife struggle to make Shywater a place of peace and fulfillment." -- Amazon.com.
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Adult Western Fiction