Part Western, part romance, Flint's Gift is the saga of one man's courageous search for the truth. Glowing with the energy of the frontier, it belongs in the company of works by Larry McMurtry and Tony Hillerman.In 1877, young, idealistic Sam Flint has been drawn to the fledgling town of Payday to begin a newspaper. Seeing the area as a land of golden opportunity, he joins with the other town folk in their efforts to attract new settlers. But in doing so, he is pulled into a dangerous fight for control - one that jeopardizes his heart, the homestead range, and the future of the town. Richard S. Wheeler, a Golden Spur Award-winning author, is highly regarded for his many novels about the American West. Filled with wide vistas and vivid characters, this tale will put you in the midst of an exciting era.
©2005 Richard S. Wheeler; (P)2007 Recorded Books