After having his rich mine stolen out from under him, Hard Luck Yancey has been helping the Sisters of Charity at the hospital. Now that gold has been discovered by Yancey it may be more than the town can handle. Things are about to blow in the town of Yancey and Hard Luck Yancey, the town founder, is right in the middle of things.
This book was not too bad, I wouldn’t call it great, but it wasn’t bad. I was captivated by finding out just what was going to happen and how Yancey was going to handle the situation. It did take a while to get into the book, but the ending was very good. The characters were decent, and the villain was very hateable. It was interesting to see how Yancey was able to deal with the situation without violence. It had a great lesson for all of us to learn. The landscape was perfect for the setting, the middle of nowhere, someplace where no one would normally want to live. It did take a while to get into the book, but the ending was very good.
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