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Matt Reed returns from Vietnam to his family's Wyoming ranch only to find it barren of cattle and his father defeated after losing his wife to cancer. Banker Paul Pringle, Matt's long time rival, is foreclosing on the ranch with plans to cash in on its mineral deposits. To save his ranch, Matt must raise a lot of money fast. A lovely neighbor, a Crow Indian, and a wild horse herd help him.

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About Joan Bochmann

Joan Marilyn Bochmann
11/21/1934 - 09/26/2013

Joan passed away, the victim of cancer, just a couple months shy of her 79th birthday. Her award-winning novel, Absaroka, Where The Anguish Of A Soldier Meets The Land Of The Crow was published in the fall of 2005 and is still available at Raven Publishing, Norris, MT. www.ravenpublishing.net. She began writing Prism in the 1970s, and having written several chapters, developing the book’s main characters and leaving many plot clues, she put it aside. After learning she had cancer, she brought it out to see if she could finish it and worked on it with her sister, Janet Muirhead Hill. When it became apparent that she would not be able to finish, due to her illness, she asked Janet to finish writing and publish it.
A Colorado native, Joan was always an avid reader and writer, she published many essays and short stories in Prairie Times and other periodicals. Raised on a cattle ranch and having had horses of her own, she paints a real portrait of ranching with all of its joys and its heartaches in her novel, Absaroka, Where the Anguish of a Soldier meets the Land of the Crow, which she later published as an audio book.

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Hal Munger reviewed on Feb. 7, 2012

Easy reading, the characters well developed and totally believable. A real world solution arrived at through insight into the Vietnam veterans dilema.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
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