Colorado (PRWEB) August 16, 2013
Author Bruce Dunavin treats readers to an emotional and spiritual love story that rivals that of Romeo and Juliet as he takes them back through time, to the latter half of the 1800s, amidst the starkly beautiful landscape of central Colorado’s Rocky Mountains, to witness the unfolding of Land of the Cold Sky Book 2. The second book of the Shane McQuaid Series plays out amidst the serene backdrop of nature, and there readers will see a tale of passion, longing and humanity play out before their very eyes.
It is an exhilarating Christian-based story of a mountain man, Shane McQuaid, and his Indian-raised white wife, Becky, who were married in the Ute village where she grew up. Together, they leave the place and embark on a dangerous journey to a cabin high in the Colorado Mountains. Meanwhile, evil men are looking to possess the valuable horse Shane is riding, and are willing to do so by any means possible. They kidnap Becky, intending to trade her for the horse, setting the stage for the tale’s climax.
Land of the Cold Sky Book 2 is an epic Christian love story with suspense, humor, survival, death, justice and spiritual healing in the rugged wilderness of Colorado. Dunavin’s book will make readers cry and their hearts sing, and will appeal most especially to Christians and those who love the Old West.
“The foundations of Christianity are timeless,” Dunavin shares, describing the themes of his work. “They will apply till the end of time. It is also a love story, and everyone likes to read a good love story with suspense and danger.”
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About the Author
Bruce Dunavin is a retired USAF Major, an electrical engineer, wildlife photographer, fly fisherman, bow hunter, mountain man and hermit. He is a devout Christian and lives at 8500 feet elevation in the middle of nowhere north of Cotopaxi, Colorado.
Land of the Cold Sky Book 2 * by Bruce Dunavin
SHANE MCQUAID SERIES
Publication Date: July 30, 2013
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