Inspired by real-life events, author K. Hamilton artfully combines the elements of a Western with the 21st century. Paths intersect and twist from Silicon Valley, to Colorado, to the wide-open spaces of the high desert of the Three Corner country of Oregon, Idaho, and Nevada. Three Corner Rustlers is a contemporary story featuring an estranged daughter, Carson, who is returning to her childhood home; CJ, an ex-con whose life is changed by an unusual mentor a wild mustang named Rio; plus a criminal network of cattle thieves, federal agents, and a rancher whose livelihood is threatened. The journeys of these characters are woven together in this modern-day tale to surprising conclusions.
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Exciting to the end with more surprising twists
- AudioBook Reviewer
Lovely Writing...Especially for Animal Lovers
It wasn't necessarily the best overall story I've ever read but the writing was quite lovely. I love words, so sometimes I get caught up in sentence-craft. This writer is certainly gifted. The characters are interesting and have completely different backgrounds that are described beautifully in the book as they come together. The chapters about horses were particularly beautiful. You can clearly tell the writer is not foreign to the equestrian world. Looks like this is a first book by Hamilton but she is worth the listen. The book often reminded me of Lonesome Dove but in the modern day.
One note of caution for more sensitive ears like mine: One chapter in the book is quite brutal and very raw as it describes a horrendous scene. I could only get half way through that chapter before I skipped to the next chapter.
As an avid book listener I get drawn in by a good narrators voice and this book has an amazing narrator who is quite adept at multiple voices and accents. John Pirhalla's voice for Wyker was so appealing I thought this ole gal might like to meet him one day. Wyker that is. :) I have a friend in my audiobook club who has listened to another book by this narrator and she feels the same way.