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The Adventure and Romance of the America, her people, her spirit, and the West. This is our story.

Uncompahgre-where water turns rock red is the third book of the #1 bestselling, Threads West, An American Saga series, recipient of fifteen National Awards--Best Historical Fiction, Best Romance and Best Western! Compared by reviewers, authors and readers alike to Lonesome Dov
Published March 25th 2014 by Smashwords Edition
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Rebecca Larsen
Jan 01, 2015 Rebecca Larsen rated it it was amazing
Mr. Rosenthal's vivid descriptions will take you straight into the past. In this 3rd book of the series, the wagon train has just reached Cherry Creek. With losses along the way, Zeb struggles with how to tell Mac's brother about his death.
The wagon train members are separating ways, and everyone is saying farewell. News from Europe has also come by stagecoach for some of the wagon train members. Some of it good, and some bad.

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Reid is fourth generation land and cattle, a rancher, and a multiple #1 bestselling author whose works have been honored with fifteen national awards. His cowboy heart and poet’s pen capture the spirit of the western landscape and its influence on generations of its settlers. His long-standing devotion to wild and remote places and to the people—both past and present—who leave their legend and ...more
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