Dallas Denny is a writer of fiction and nonfiction, editor, sometimes musician and songwriter, and retired behavior analyst who lives in the mountains in northern New Jersey. She has written two textbooks, a self-help book, two plays, more than 20 book chapters, and hundreds of magazine and journal articles. Her website is www.dallasdenny.com
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Chance Down the Mountain
by Dallas Denny
In 1834, fourteen-year-old Chance Early kills a man in self-defense and must leave his mountain home. He soon acquires both a slave named Lloyd and a mortal enemy named Radisson. His initial attempts to free Lloyd are unsuccessful, as Lloyd refuses to be manumitted in a slave state — but before they can leave town, Chance must fight a duel with Radisson.
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