Untrue things are rumored of May Rose, but it's true she's too pretty for her own good. Her husband has disappeared, and now she's on her own in a rough town ruled by one of the lumber companies logging the last of West Virginia's virgin forest. The year is 1899, and a woman alone has few options.
"You have to read this book!"
The sound of snapping twigs closed in on the five teenagers enjoying an evening around a glowing campfire at Gitchie Manitou State Park. The night of music and laughter had taken a dark turn. Evil loomed just beyond the tree line, and before the night was over, one of the Midwest's most horrific mass murders had left its bloodstains spewed across the campsite. One managed to survive and would come to be known as the "Gitchie Girl".
"Tense, horrific, inspiring. A real horror movie"
The momma grizzly bear's nose wrinkled in anger as she smelled her hated enemies: man and dog. Instinctively she moved between the perceived threat and her twin cubs, then charged, knocking Montana down before she was able to lift her gun from its holster. Roaring and snapping its huge jaws, the grizzly ripped at Montana's shirt and tore into her chest. The hounds fought desperately, knowing that if they didn't do something fast, Montana was as good as dead
Welcome to a wonderful slice of backwoods American humor. F. Scott Fitzgerald penned this delightful short tale of love, feuds, whiskey, and rye. Narrator Glenn Hascall follows the story with character and wit fully intact. This may remind you of classic love stories, but the twists, turns, and slingshots make something entirely different.