Eldon Reed and his wife live in central Texas with their two rowdy Dachshunds. He is a craftsman course graduate of Jerry B. Jenkins’ Christian Writers Guild and is a member of ACFW (American Christian Fiction Writers).
Eldon is a CASA volunteer. He and his wife have fostered and adopted several children. Eldon’s novels are family oriented and are written from a Christian world view.
The year is 1936. Crops are ruined. There isn't a well-fed cow in three hundred miles. Most are a pile of bones under mountainous dust drifts. Home pantries from years past are bare. Thurman Jenkins is a good man, loves his family, but desperate men do desperate things.
After twenty years, Thurman thinks he is home free, but the gun shows up again.