Central Oregon is the last frontier, with transportation still by stagecoach and freight wagon. Now there's a movement afoot for a people's railroad. For years, competing railroad barons James J. Hill and Edward H. Harriman have done nothing, but now they both set about building a line there.
And for years their front men, Lee Dawes and Mike Quinn, have competed for rights-of-way - and for women. Attracted to Deborah Haig, Dawes is nettled to see her in an intimate meeting with Quinn. But there is something else about her....
A.T. Chandler's robust baritone lends a sense of grandeur to Wayne D. Overholser's dramatic and action-packed Shadow on the Land, an Oregon-set Western centering on the rivalry between two railroad front men: Lee Dawes and Michael Quinn.
Old friends turned ferocious competitors, Dawes and Quinn clash over property, rail rights, and women, and face an unexpected challenge when a nefarious third party emerges to foil their plans.
Chandler's bold and authoritative performance injects life into Overholser's suspenseful Western, making for a gripping listen.
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