Book: Two Indians and A Dead Man by C. Forrest Lundincategories: Book, Clean Book, Strong Woman, 1880s Oregon, Western Historical, Historical Romance, Western Romance
C. Forrest Lundinabout this book: Home from the war, James finds he is a traitor to his family, having served in the Union army. They all turn their back on him. When he tries to reopen his medical practice, patients are few. The ladies of the night and criminals don't care who he served with in the Civil War.
Letters come regularly from his old army buddy living in Oregon. The offer still stands. He is welcome to come to Oregon whenever he likes. Having had enough, James sells everything and leaves.
Emmalee and her father are traveling to Oregon from Canada. Her father, recently released from prison, and converted and hopes to preach to the natives still in Oregon. He doesn't want Emmalee to come but can't stop her. She's been without a father long enough.
The kidnapper who takes Emmalee needs a woman for fraudulent purposes. Her father, wounded when Emmalee is kidnapped, needs help. If he must, he'll force someone. James finds out what lengths a father will go to when the rifle cocks behind him.
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