Hard Winter at Broken Arrow Crossing
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Hard Winter at Broken Arrow Crossing (The Legend of Stuart Brannon #1)

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A Horrific Blizzard Was Only the Start of Stuart Brannon's Troubles. For a man who didn't need another disaster, the fierce winter at Broken Arrow Crossing couldn't have come at a worse time. Stuart Brannon had just abandoned his Arizona ranch, sick with grief after losing his family and his cattle. That's when the vicious Colorado blizzard struck. Half frozen, Brannon stu...more
Hardcover, Large Print, 227 pages
Published December 31st 1993 by G. K. Hall & Company (first published 1991)
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Spencer Devalk
Have you ever wondered what it was like to stay in the middle of the mountains in a Colorado winter with no technology? If you were in the cold winter with nothing but bad things around you how would you feel? Trying to find food and fire wood without passing out and dying. And mostly everyone else in the mountains is a murder or an Indian tribe coming after you. In the book Hard Winter at Broken Arrow Crossing by Stephen Bly is a kind of a realistic fiction book that teaches that life’s not fa...more
Stuart Brannon has been one of my family's favorite modern literature characters for the past 12 years. I still love him and his great sidekicks with every reread. This first book introduces our hero and allows us to see him grow into the man he will become for the 5 sequels.

**May 2012 edit: I just received the new edition of this book and it looks fabulous! Looking forward to having Stuart Brannon a part of my life for even more years to come. :-)
Not even close to Louis L'Amour or Zane Grey's caliber. Poor historical research and one dimensional characters that do not develop mar what could have been an interesting story. In fact, the protagonist was irritating enough that I will not likely continue the series (the only reason I was able to finish this book was because it was read to me).
The ultimate BEST western ever. You have Indians, you have outlaws, you have a pregnant woman who needs help, you have a search for a missing boy...it's all here. And written very very well.
Interesting book. akin to Louis Lamour.
Well written.
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Stephen Bly (August 17, 1944 - June 9, 2011) authored 100 books and hundreds of articles. His book, THE LONG TRAIL HOME, (Broadman & Holman), won the prestigious 2002 CHRISTY AWARD for excellence in Christian fiction in the category western novel. Three other books, PICTURE ROCK (Crossway Books), THE OUTLAW'S TWIN SISTER (Crossway Books), and LAST OF THE TEXAS CAMP (Broadman & Holman), wer...more
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