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Cougar’s Crossing: A Canadian Historical Novel of Pioneer Adventure: Second Edition Revised

Historical


by
Lillian Ross

Book Details

Format: EPUB

File size: 1.7 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Synopsis

The real story of Frank (Cougar) Wright tells of a loud, brash, irreverent, pioneer to the Canadian Northwest from Wisconsin and the forests of Washington. Cougar swore like a trooper, and didn’t believe in a higher power than his own strength, but he loved his family and wanted them to join him in his struggle to tame the wilderness in Canada. The book is filled with romance, adventure, even a ghost story, and there is a thread of mystery winding through its pages. Tempers run high in a drama of wounded love and jealousy in this rugged era. Cougar’s family’s dance with destiny would shake his world and theirs.

About the Author:

Lillian Ross who attended the University of Alberta, attaining a Bachelor of Education, taught for many years before retiring to pursue her writing. Her husband, Reg, and their two sons lived in Northwestern Alberta and worked in the oil fields. As well as writing, Lillian is involved with music. She and her husband played in a band for dances and now she sings and plays guitar with a band of women called ‘The Hinge’. Other historical novels she has written are: The Gentle Gamblers, The Tender Years, A Full House, Mewassin: The Good Land, and Gandy Dancer.

Synopsis

The real story of Frank (Cougar) Wright tells of a loud, brash, irreverent, pioneer to the Canadian Northwest from Wisconsin and the forests of Washington. Cougar swore like a trooper, and didn’t believe in a higher power than his own strength, but he loved his family and wanted them to join him in his struggle to tame the wilderness in Canada. The book is filled with romance, adventure, even a ghost story, and there is a thread of mystery winding through… (more)

Synopsis

The real story of Frank (Cougar) Wright tells of a loud, brash, irreverent, pioneer to the Canadian Northwest from Wisconsin and the forests of Washington. Cougar swore like a trooper, and didn’t believe in a higher power than his own strength, but he loved his family and wanted them to join him in his struggle to tame the wilderness in Canada. The book is filled with romance, adventure, even a ghost story, and there is a thread of mystery winding through its pages. Tempers run high in a drama of wounded love and jealousy in this rugged era. Cougar’s family’s dance with destiny would shake his world and theirs.

About the Author:

Lillian Ross who attended the University of Alberta, attaining a Bachelor of Education, taught for many years before retiring to pursue her writing. Her husband, Reg, and their two sons lived in Northwestern Alberta and worked in the oil fields. As well as writing, Lillian is involved with music. She and her husband played in a band for dances and now she sings and plays guitar with a band of women called ‘The Hinge’. Other historical novels she has written are: The Gentle Gamblers, The Tender Years, A Full House, Mewassin: The Good Land, and Gandy Dancer.

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