Long Ride to Limbo

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Gold, God, and Glory -- Ten years earlier, Reese Sullivan rode away from his wife, Vanessa, and young son, Trey. Now they will embark on a perilous journey that pits father and son against unseen enemies, natural disaster, and each other—while back home the women they love face an unimagined danger. Will they uncover the key to a vast and fabled treasure?

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Published by Western Trail Blazer
Words: 83,900
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452399317
About Kit Prate

First published in 1979, Kit Prate admits she enjoys fiction in general. Westerns are her first love, her favorite books to read and to write. Ms. Prate enjoys writing fan-fiction, especially about the TV western series, Lancer.

The widowed mother of four children who are grown and mostly on their own these days, Kit is returning to her love of writing. A background of working with the Bureau of Indian Affairs provides fodder for her healthy imagination and gave her a chance to travel to many of the locations she uses in her stories and novels.


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Review by: Carolyn Parkin on Nov. 26, 2010 :
This is a great read. I thoroughly enjoyed it and look forward to more from this author.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Heather Mallard on Nov. 26, 2010 :
I would like to highly recommend this wonderful read from start to finish. This writer really gives the reader a feel for the times and the characters within this book. You really live through their pain, frustrations, angers, hatreds and loves as you flip through the pages of this book.

Reese Sullivan is a strong man who hasnt had the oportunity to rear his own son. He finds himself being reluctantly hired by his ex wife to find his sons stepfathers killers.

In the beginning he convinces himself it is just a job but in reality it becomes a journey of rediscovery for both him and his estranged son Trey as they claw there way through there indiffernces. He doesnt know it but Trey is as stubborn as he is and actually they share many traits.

Reese's lady friend and companion knows how he really feels about his son and tries to convince him that having him home with him was all he ever really wanted but Reese is far to stubborn to listen to the wise woman who sees right through his defences.

This story is a journey of discovery as Reese and Trey slowly begin to find one another. Through there false feelings of hate they learn to love. But there is a Web of deceipt to unravel before they find one another and there journey is long fought as they discover what happened and why it happened.

The writer takes you on an emotional roller coaster and you find youself cursing both Reese and his stubborn young son throughout the book. But you are passionate about them to always want to find out more.

Only at the end of this wonderful book is Trey convinced of his fathers love when he is prepared to die for him.

He also realizes how manipulative his mother is and for the first time stands against her and stays with his father. The gist of it is Reese needs his son and his son needs Reese. But they have a journey to travel before they both realize it.

I urge you to read this book. If you like Westerns you'll love this and if you also like a book about feelings and relationships, you'll love it too...Because it has both.

This book was well worth the purchase and it is one I will read over and over and still enjoy everytime I read it. Heather Mallard
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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