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At twelve thousand feet, Colorado’s Independence Pass is no place to get caught in a blizzard—certainly not at night. And you’d have to be plumb crazy to attempt the dangerous sixty-mile passage twice in one night—counting on the winter storm to hide your tracks. Little does Daniel Carrington know that when he saves the charming but unreliable Harry Rich from certain deat At twelve thousand feet, Colorado’s Independence Pass is no place to get caught in a blizzard—certainly not at night. And you’d have to be plumb crazy to attempt the dangerous sixty-mile passage twice in one night—counting on the winter storm to hide your tracks. Little does Daniel Carrington know that when he saves the charming but unreliable Harry Rich from certain death, he’ll be coaxed into making just such a passage as part of a maniacal bank robbery plot. Against the spectacular backdrop of the Rocky Mountain high country, Independence Pass follows the earnest young Irish lad as he finds himself among gamblers and gunslingers, swindlers and miners, rugged mountain men, crooked lawmen, wealthy mining barons, and beguiling women of the night. After leaving his family behind, with the Pinkerton Detectives in hot pursuit, Daniel’s attempt to reach an uncle in California finds him penniless and desperate in Leadville, Colorado. But his luck turns around when his reputation for bravery follows him to Aspen—where he eventually finds love. The first book in a series tracing the Carrington family, of Dynasty fame, this Western packs one helluva punch!


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At twelve thousand feet, Colorado’s Independence Pass is no place to get caught in a blizzard—certainly not at night. And you’d have to be plumb crazy to attempt the dangerous sixty-mile passage twice in one night—counting on the winter storm to hide your tracks. Little does Daniel Carrington know that when he saves the charming but unreliable Harry Rich from certain deat At twelve thousand feet, Colorado’s Independence Pass is no place to get caught in a blizzard—certainly not at night. And you’d have to be plumb crazy to attempt the dangerous sixty-mile passage twice in one night—counting on the winter storm to hide your tracks. Little does Daniel Carrington know that when he saves the charming but unreliable Harry Rich from certain death, he’ll be coaxed into making just such a passage as part of a maniacal bank robbery plot. Against the spectacular backdrop of the Rocky Mountain high country, Independence Pass follows the earnest young Irish lad as he finds himself among gamblers and gunslingers, swindlers and miners, rugged mountain men, crooked lawmen, wealthy mining barons, and beguiling women of the night. After leaving his family behind, with the Pinkerton Detectives in hot pursuit, Daniel’s attempt to reach an uncle in California finds him penniless and desperate in Leadville, Colorado. But his luck turns around when his reputation for bravery follows him to Aspen—where he eventually finds love. The first book in a series tracing the Carrington family, of Dynasty fame, this Western packs one helluva punch!

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