Young James Whipwell believes there is more to life than working on
his father's farm in Indiana. The Civil War has been over for five
years, the transcontinental railroad is opening the West, and he
wants to be on his own, away from the farm. The conditional offer
of a deputy's job in Wyoming convinces him to break with his
domineering father and head west. Jimmy boards the westbound
Pacific Express in Fort Wayne, the same train that carries Mary Ann
Bringham, who is traveling to be reunited with her father, the
Marshal, in Cheyenne, Wyoming. When Jimmy meets Mary Ann, their
attraction is instantly felt, but when a gang stops the train near
Cheyenne, neither Jimmy nor Marshal Bringham can prevent the
robbery and the kidnapping of his beautiful new friend.
|Country of origin:
David E. Unruh
||208 x 137 x 20mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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