Rosary Without Beads

Narrated by: Daniela Medrano
Length: 12 hrs and 9 mins
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Upon her mother's deathbed, Ambrosia Salazar, a sheepherder's daughter, swears she will care for her mentally challenged sister and vows to bring home her prostitute sister.

While at the brothel, a drunk assaults Ambrosia. William Bonney - better known as "Billy the Kid" - stands down the lout and saves her. Expected to marry Ramon, Ambrosia shuns Catholic tradition and, craving excitement, falls for the young outlaw.

War erupts. Ambrosia digs a slug from Billy's leg and later helps him escape lynching. Ambrosia travels to Fort Sumner to warn Billy that Sheriff Pat Garrett is closing in on him. They make love before he leaves to fetch food. Shots ring out. Billy lies fallen as Garrett's gun smokes. Humbled, what will become of Ambrosia as she returns to her old life?

©2018 Diana Holguin-Balogh (P)2020 Diana Holguin-Balogh

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Excellent story

I loved the authors telling of the history and fictional blending of our western past. The narrator really brought the characters alive through her interpretation of their speech and dialects of the time period. Well done!