Joan Bochmann


Joan, a Colorado native 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. She passed away, a victime of cancer, on September 26, 2013.

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Price: $6.00 USD. Words: 43,020. Language: English. Published: November 27, 2010 by Raven Publishing of Montana. Categories: Fiction » Western
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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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absaroka    big horn mountains    crow nation    horse rescue    horses    ptsd    ranch life    ranching    soldier    vietnam    wild horses    wyoming