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LIES, GUILT AND TRUE LOVE STAND IN THE WAY OF ONE MAN’S DREAM. Pat Flannigan has plans to resurrect a failed railroad spur line that runs from Boise, Idaho to Jordan Valley, Oregon. Though the cattlemen and the valley residents initially welcome the railroad, opposition led by James Wilson, the most prominent rancher, soon develops. When a cow, seemingly with hoof and mouth LIES, GUILT AND TRUE LOVE STAND IN THE WAY OF ONE MAN’S DREAM. Pat Flannigan has plans to resurrect a failed railroad spur line that runs from Boise, Idaho to Jordan Valley, Oregon. Though the cattlemen and the valley residents initially welcome the railroad, opposition led by James Wilson, the most prominent rancher, soon develops. When a cow, seemingly with hoof and mouth disease shows up, everything begins to go downhill…fast. Accusations are thrown at Flannigan and Sterling Cassidy, a crusading newspaper man, attacks Flannigan for introducing an infected cow. When Sterling is suddenly killed in the middle of the night all fingers point to Flannigan. A range war begins while Sheriff Ferrell tries to pin down who is responsible for the bombing that killed Sterling, and justice will be served.


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LIES, GUILT AND TRUE LOVE STAND IN THE WAY OF ONE MAN’S DREAM. Pat Flannigan has plans to resurrect a failed railroad spur line that runs from Boise, Idaho to Jordan Valley, Oregon. Though the cattlemen and the valley residents initially welcome the railroad, opposition led by James Wilson, the most prominent rancher, soon develops. When a cow, seemingly with hoof and mouth LIES, GUILT AND TRUE LOVE STAND IN THE WAY OF ONE MAN’S DREAM. Pat Flannigan has plans to resurrect a failed railroad spur line that runs from Boise, Idaho to Jordan Valley, Oregon. Though the cattlemen and the valley residents initially welcome the railroad, opposition led by James Wilson, the most prominent rancher, soon develops. When a cow, seemingly with hoof and mouth disease shows up, everything begins to go downhill…fast. Accusations are thrown at Flannigan and Sterling Cassidy, a crusading newspaper man, attacks Flannigan for introducing an infected cow. When Sterling is suddenly killed in the middle of the night all fingers point to Flannigan. A range war begins while Sheriff Ferrell tries to pin down who is responsible for the bombing that killed Sterling, and justice will be served.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Donadee's Corner

    Robert Vaughan – Trouble in The Valley – Reviewed 3/3/21 – Read 3/2/21 Range war, ranchers and farmers, failed railroad, newspapers, and love are all in the air! When the Valley Spur line finally had to shut down, Pat Flannigan took advantage and bought out the other stockholders, becoming the president and sole owner. When the line had been built originally, they had received a government grant of land on each side of the rails. The cattlemen of Jordan Valley had been using that land for grazing Robert Vaughan – Trouble in The Valley – Reviewed 3/3/21 – Read 3/2/21 Range war, ranchers and farmers, failed railroad, newspapers, and love are all in the air! When the Valley Spur line finally had to shut down, Pat Flannigan took advantage and bought out the other stockholders, becoming the president and sole owner. When the line had been built originally, they had received a government grant of land on each side of the rails. The cattlemen of Jordan Valley had been using that land for grazing and access to water for their cattle. Returning home after finishing college, Nora Cassidy planned on working with her father at his newspaper. She had found that there had been a change to the valley. Her father told her that a wagon train of travelers going to Oregon got snowbound there, and when the weather cleared up, they just decided to stay. The squatters settled on the government lands and proceeded to fence and plant crops. Of course, this did not sit well with the cattlemen, and a war broke out between them. Pat now being the owner of the rail line, went to work getting the train ready to start up running again. This included a schedule to Jordan Valley, which had not had service for some time. He knew that he needed to make a profit to repay his loan to the bank. After much deliberation, he decided that the land and the cattlemen were the keys to that. And the story begins… What did I like? Wow, here is another lesson in American history. This is something that you would just not think about, but it was a big issue to the cattlemen that had been the first to settle in the west. As we learn in this story, the easterners later started migrating towards the west coast and found places like Jordan Valley. They felt they could just stop and build themselves homes, not realizing that the cattlemen depended on those lands for their herds to survive. Range wars were a constant condition of the times. Cattle barons, of course, were the ones most often starting those wars. I loved the way that Robert told his story, giving us so much to remember about times past. He did this in such a beautiful way for such a brutal time. What will you like? Gun battles, romance, history, range war, and a little more romance. All the makings of a wonderful storyline to play out for us. Delightfully written, with an excellent cast of characters. From the bad guys to the good ones, you will see strong women, hard men, all with a goal just to survive the battles around them. I liked the voice of the book, giving us the sights, sounds, and actions of the characters. The details were excellent, bringing everything to life in our mind's eye. I love to hear the whistle of the train, the gentle lap of the water, the soothing mooing of the cattle, and the hoofbeats of the horses, Robert certainly knows just what to give us to make it all real in our mind. An excellent read for everyone. Available today, March 3, 2021. • File Size: 4087 KB • Print Length: 198 pages • Publication Date: 3/3/2021 • Publisher: Wolfpack Publishing • ASIN: B08VS7JTF5 • Genre: Western Romances, Western Romance, Westerns

  2. 5 out of 5

    john o'reilly

    Plenty action not all on the range Different kind of western story took me back to the beginning when the settlers started to go west ,farmers,etc all going to a new life not all of it was the good life cowboys and settlers fighting for control it was a good tale certainly different

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