Item description for Sagebuster's Domain by Frederick Gray...
Overview Menacing renegades refuse to be forced further into the rugged wilderness by pioneers who have invaded western Saddleback territory. The renegades' disdain for the invaders, coupled with Barron Bladnoe's obsession with power and wealth threatens the entire territory. In his new novel, Sagebuster's Domain, author Frederick Gray depicts harsh realities and fierce struggles for survival in the western wilderness, which is fraught with perils and hardship. Bladnoe's notorious gang unleashes his devious master plan, which torments innocent homesteaders. Resistance is led by the McQuellans, the only Christian family in the unsettled territory. The Banner brothers' rough and tumble ways begin to unravel when they encounter the McQuellans' sweet and joyful spirit of light. In the aftermath of Johnson Banner's heroic, but ill-fated rescue attempts of Emily McQuellan, a glimmer of romance blossoms. After a lifetime of waiting, Ed Banner wonders if he has finally found exactly what he has been searching for when he enters Sagebuster's Domain.
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Studio: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.24" Width: 5.34" Height: 0.78" Weight: 0.86 lbs.
Release Date Dec 12, 2006
Publisher Tate Publishing & Enterprises
ISBN 1598865676 ISBN13 9781598865677
Availability 0 units.
More About Frederick Gray
Author Frederick Gray holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resources Management from California Polytechnic State Universtiy, San Luis Obispo, and an Associate of Science degree in Agriculture from Bakersfield College, California. The author has served in various ministries in Christ's church, including finance, worship, preaching, teaching, outreach, missions, youth group leader, college-age leader, and small group leader. He is currently serving as an elder. The author's career has encompassed agriculture, the U.S. Army Medical Corp, the U.S. Forest Service, printing, and the lumber industry.
Frederick Gray currently resides in Galt, in the state of California.