North Star (Fiction)

jun09_north_star_250An aura of depression suggests this might be the last chapter in the “Barnaby Skye” mountain man series as Skye submits to old age.

The fur trade is over and the buffalo have disappeared, while cattle ranchers and the U.S. military have taken over Montana. Confused, unhappy and losing his sight, Skye must grapple with decisions that will secure survival for himself, his two faithful Indian wives and his half-breed son who was educated at an Indian school in St. Louis. While the story has a positive ending, don’t look for any light moments as these four family members make reluctant adjustments in their new and changing world.

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